On a typical Sunday for us, dinner time is usually spent outside of home. Right after the mass, we would either head out to our choice restaurant or look for new places to dine in. A recent happy discovery is Marison's, a relatively new Filipino restaurant.
That evening we were there, they were on soft launch.
Marison's had homey interiors.
Mostly in warm wood finish,
the colored 'sampaguita' glass panels on the false windows & kitchen overhead cabinet doors provided the accent.
The wooden pendant lamps in the dining area are eye-catching pieces.
Here is what we had that night on the dinner table.
Similar to the 'tinola', this popular soup from Iloilo uses coconut water (with coconut meat) in place of regular water.
Crispy Tripe Kare-Kare
The regular beef kare-kare is given a twist - crispy tripe pieces as toppings.
The two dishes were best enjoyed with steaming cups of rice.
Over-all, we had a pleasant dining experience there. Reasonably-priced good food, nice interiors plus the warm hospitality extended by the owners who happened to be there that time.
We will definitely come back to try their crispy beef tadyang & salmon. ;)
2/F The Village Center (Mille Luce)
Antipolo City, Rizal