But for those who want to get immersed in the history of our capital city, a tour of Intramuros is a must, and synonymous to that is sampling the food and night life in Malate.
|Get the Island feel in the City!|
There are a few establishments in this part of Manila worth trying. As I recently discovered, Vest Ramen along Adriatico St. gives you a glimpse of how diverse our culture is. The place reminds me of an Island Shack somewhere in Boracay where you can just hangout over a few bottles of beer paired with our local favourite beer-match the sisig, while watching people pass by. Except of course, the place is located on a busy street, and surprisingly among the items that made them popular is their Ramen.
Don't be discouraged by its appearance. The Ramen they serve here is among the best in the city. and the most expensive variant they offer is only 90 pesos (2USD). Its no surprise that the place is always full, and you would probably wait a bit longer to get seated and served.
|My 90 Peso Tantanmen|
It's also the cheap and safe place to try other Filipino street food. Take a chance on the unfamiliar offerings from their menu.
If ever you find yourself in Malate, don't forget to check this place out! It's located close to Remedios Circle beside Malate Pensionne.
|Its this good!|