I mentioned here that we stayed at The Linden Suites for Jeff's birthday celebration. We also had a dinner reservation at Mannang in SM Megamall. Linden has a shuttle service going to SM Megamall, but we missed it. We arrived at Mannang 15 minutes before our reservation time, but our reserved table for 10 people was ready. I was impressed, considering the line of people waiting to get seated.
Mannang serves Filipino cuisine with a certain twist and even if you eat in Mannang, you can also order from their menu at Mannhann. For starters we ordered their steamed dimsum, followed by the main courses: Sinigang na corned beef (which was really super tender beef cooked sinigang), crispy pata, steamed fish in coconut sauce, stuffed tofu (this was soooo delicious), garlic kangkong, dinuguan, roast chicken from Mannhann, Mannang fried rice in beef and pork, and pansit palabok bihon. We find the prices of their food reasonable and their waiters are attentive and courteous.
And that was how we celebrated hubby's 33rd birthday. Everyone was happy with the stay at The Linden Suites and the sumptuous dinner from Mannang. My apologies for not having pictures from Mannang because we digged in as soon as the food arrived. ; )