“Ambos Mundos” literally means “both worlds”. And as its name implies, this restaurant, which opened in 1888 by Spanish immigrants, is a combination of the past and the present, The Philippines and Spain.
I gushed while browsing the menu written on a chalk board out front. The selections are pure Manila fare, with a cross of its rich history and Spanish influences.
Definitely not fine-dining, but amusing as is… It’s more on the rugged side. Actually, I was always with guy friends in the times I’ve eaten here. And those were during our adventures helping out / doing street photography in the slums. Prices are really affordable on the average.
I wish I took a full view of the lobster on this dish. Guess I was too busy munching on its goodness…