Thursday, February 24, 2011

San Miguel by the Bay

San Miguel by the Bay is the long stretch of restaurants found along the Seaside Boulevard of the Mall of Asia. As its name implies, it is located beside the Manila Bay and has replaced what used to be the Baywalk.

There are a lot of restaurants there: from Seafood restaurants that accept palutos from the Seaside wet market, bars like Pier One and Giligan's, coffee shop like starbucks, to food carts that sell street foods.

Dad and Mom's Restaurant. For 5 persons, we ordered shrimp with butter and garlic, pork sisig and bulalo (deadly :D). We spent around P1700, inclusive of drinks and rice.
Dad and Mom's Shrimp with Butter and Garlic
Shrimp from the Seaside Market: P480/kl
Cooking Fee: P200/kl
There are also several things that can be done to kill time: bungee fun, picture-taking with human statues, playing basketball arcade, trying out the zipline, riding what appears to be a zorb (large balloons that move afloat a small pool) and also the bump cars.
Bump Cars
We also played a game of bowling inside the mall. A few strides away from San Miguel by the Bay. The place appeared to be cozy since there are several couches provided in the lane area.
SM Bowling Center - Mall of Asia
Operating Hours: open until 12 MN on weekends
Rate: P140/game
Shoe Rental: P30

couches in the playing area
And also, as an added attraction, there is a fireworks display every Saturday at around 7 or 7:30 pm. :) 

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