May 16, 2014

Crisostomo

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  • This restaurant’s theme and name is from Crisostomo Ibarra, a character in the famous Filipino novel Noli Me Tangere written by the Philippine’s national hero Jose Rizal. But this restaurant stands as a modern twist to this historical literature.

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    The interior is modern and elegant, from the pale green walls, wooden accents to the grandeur chandelier and decorative paintings.

    They offer traditional Spanish and Filipino cuisines. They also have seafood dishes like excellent crabs and large crunchy tempuras.

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    One of their most popular desserts is the Narcissa, a rich and yummy cheesecake.

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    This restaurant’s theme and name is from Crisostomo Ibarra, a character in the famous Filipino novel Noli Me Tangere written by the Philippine’s national hero Jose Rizal. But this restaurant stands as a modern twist to this historical literature. The interior is modern and elegant, from the pale green walls, wooden accents to the grandeur chandelier and decorative paintings. They offer traditional Spanish and Filipino cuisines. They also have seafood dishes like excellent crabs and large crunchy tempuras (Photo 2). One of their most popular desserts is the Narcissa (Photo 3), a rich and yummy cheesecake.

                 
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