Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Greenhills Opens at Noon on All Saints' Day

Lifestyle Center parking building. 9-10-11.
Of all the establishments that I emailed, only Greenhills Shopping Center has replied to me:

'Hi Amity,

The tentative schedule is as follows:

November 1, 2011
November 2, 2011

In case there are any changes to the schedule, i will just send you an email.



Thanks, Benedict.  Do you realize that your map page is down? 

Mann Hann at Shoppesville.9-8-11
Feel free to post your holiday skeds and other announcements either in the comments section of this post or in Classiifieds.

I also told Benedict that a tiangge tindera (tianggera?)  told me this afternoon that they will open from 12 to 9 pm on November 1

So what to do in the morning, before 12 pm, aside from maybe homemade ginataan for breakfast?

I emailed Via Mare to ask which outlets will be open on November 1.  As it has outlets in Landmark, Rockwell, Eastwood Mall, Shangri-La Plaza, Greenbelts 1 and 3 and Morato, it would tell me which places will be open on All Saints' Day.

I'm most interested in something like lato, one of their new dishes.
Via Mare St. Luke's Global. 5-4-11.

While googling for lato salad, I chanced upon Freska, one of the restos that JK and I had been to and declared not that interesting.  

But for the sake of lato, I'm willing to check it out for maybe the third time.

The reason why lato is so special is that DK said that there's nothing quite like it anywhere else.  We went to Ortigas Home Depot--twice--to eat lato salad.  The market is not exactly the cleanest place, but we enjoyed our meals both times.  One was at a resto beside the market, and another at a resto behind the market.

The more recent trip was at the resto beside the market, because my friend had recommended it to me.  Aside from lato, we had fresh whole buko, which EK said was not something you could get everywhere.

We also had grilled scallop, even though our waiter was pushing for baked scallop with cheese, which I thought was not so interesting for Canadians.

We also had mango shake and another drink which I don't remember.

Now how is lato different from Abe Restaurant's paco fern?

Casa Veneracion has a photo of paco, which I might not have tried before.

So what is the difference between a fern and a seaweed?

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