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Las Flores : The Spanish Restaurant with a Catalan Twist
Las Flores Spanish Restaurant offers Spanish Cuisine with a Catalan or Mediterranean Twist
When in Manila, you might have already learned way back in grade school that a great deal of our culture in the Philippines has Spanish influences. The Philippine culture, including the food that we eat and most especially how we cook it, owes a great deal from our Spanish neighbors. However, it was actually a surprise for me to see that most of the meals served at the Las Flores Spanish Restaurant were creatively served to us. Most of the dishes were served on different plates and all the specialty drinks had their unique glasses or jars. The food and drink tasting revealed that all food and drinks, including the dessert, served to our group were appealing to our taste.
Kudos to the interior designer of the Las Flores Spanish Restaurant for an exquisite design
The Las Flores Spanish Restaurant occupied a huge McKinley address that has several ceiling lamps as both decor and utility plus intricate decorations and trinkets
Plenty of tables, chairs or just hang-out at the bar and grab a few drinks
The Sangria Blanca is white wine mixed with fruits plus a bit of sausage on a stick
Moscow Mule (a buck or mule cocktail made with vodka, ginger beer and lime)
The Red Sangria, Beer Jared Margarita, and Las Flores White Lady
Our lady friends enjoying the different types of drinking and getting a little red from the liquor
Uri Singla, part-owner of Las Flores Uri along with Dani Aliaga and Sergi Rostoll. They brought in Chefs Gerar Villarobia of Barcelona and Dani Vazquez of Galicia
They say that the Catalan cuisine is considered a part of western Mediterranean cuisine. It relies heavily on ingredients popular along the Mediterranean coast, including fresh vegetables, wheat products, all sorts of pork preparations, all sorts of cheese, poultry, lamb, and many types of fish like sardine, anchovy, tuna, and cod.
Hola! My friends and I (all smiles) really enjoyed the food at the Las Flores Spanish Restaurant. One of them even said he fell in love with the place