November 4, 2010

Bienvenidos!

Alba Restaurante Español probably has the best-value weekend lunch and dinner buffets in Metro Manila. The buffet always has paella and includes their most popular meat dishes—Cochinillo Asado (oven-roasted suckling pig), Lengua Sevillana (stewed ox tongue with mushrooms and olives in sherry gravy sauce) and Callos a la Madrileña (stewed ox tripe in tomato sauce), among others. They also offer several desserts, including their yummy Canonigo (soft meringue cake with vanilla custard sauce). All for only a third of what hotel restaurant buffets cost nowadays.

Alba Restaurante Español

10 comments:

Boise Diva said...

You had me at paella :)

George said...

This post made me hungry! It sounds like a great place to eat.

Olivier said...

j'ai jamais mange de cochon de lait grillé, cela doit etre bon

Cezar and Léia said...

The menu looks fabulous!
The entrance is beautiful, with the palm tree details!
Léia

VP said...

Count me in!

Missy said...

Interesting restaurant, where is this located? I wonder what paella taste and look like here ;-) any pictures?? hehehe

Jacob said...

It is certainly a nice-looking place...and I think I would like it, but vegetarians not so much! :-)

Photo Cache said...

playing catch up now.

that would be my choice if i were there.

Francisca said...

I've seen these around but have never ventured in... I may have to now.

☺lani☺ said...

Had dinner here once with Willy R., when he's trying to recruit my niece as co-host in Wowowie... actually my niece was still in Eat Bulaga that time :)... memories :)

Yeah, I love their Paella :)