Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Mano Mano na Greenfield

After getting a two-hour sleep at the hotel, Ellainne and I decided to take our brunch at the Mano Mano na Greenfield. For Php 60, we had a tricycle bring us to the restaurant in Sta. Maria Village. Mano Mano means using nothing but the hands.
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The restaurant is made of bamboo and the roof is made of nipa for a Filipino ambiance.
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Similar to an open veranda, cool breeze come and go giving the customers a comfortable dining experience.
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Mano mano serves Filipino cuisine mostly Seafoods. Ellainne and I had a feast with Grilled Pusit, Mixed Vegetables with Seafood, Sizzling Tanigue and a platter of rice. All of their food tasted a winner and they serve with such generous amount.
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Grilled Pusit, Php 105
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Mixed Vegetables and Seafoods, Php 75
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Sizzling Tanigue, Php 105

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Platter of Rice, Php 48

It was already lunch time when we left the restaurant, almost full of customers. It is of no wonder since their food was good, their service very fast and the prices very affordable.
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For food that is delicious and in big bounty serving with the right price in Zamboanga, I think Mano Mano na Greenfields hits the apot.

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Mano Mano na Greenfield
Gov. Ramos Ave., Sta. Maria Village
Zamboanga City

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