Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Food to partake this Holy Thursday and Good Friday

It is that time of the year again!   Yes, once a year the great Philippine nation celebrates with the whole world "Holy Week", as we join in prayer in remembering the death of Jesus on the cross, as we all wait for the coming and resurrection of Christ on glorious Easter Sunday. 

As we celebrate this holy season with our family and friends, let us put the Lord Jesus in the center of our faith.  This is also the season where we experience an exodus of people out of Metro Manila, mostly going to our provinces to see our families, and some going abroad as well to spend quality family time in vacation spots, not to mention visiting our sprawling beaches.  But still some of us will stay behind to enjoy the empty streets and silence from the daily chaos that is Metro Manila.

Well, for us the lucky ones who will be staying behind, since this is practically a food blog, let me share to you what restaurant establishment will be open in Manila to serve us during Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.  

As most of the malls in the metro are closed for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday, where almost all restaurants have opened recently, some of our good friends shared their info as to who and where are the establishments that will be open to serve our hungry stomachs.

Starbucks is Open!

For a full list of Starbucks stores open please visit this LINK

Sandwiches fans unite, Elbert's Sandwiches will be open throughout the Holy Week!  Our operation schedule from Maundy Thursday all the way to Easter Sunday is from 10am to 10pm.

Elbert's Steak Room Apr 2 (Thu) to Apr 4 (Sat):
closed for lunch
steak dinner service - 6:30pm onwards

Riedel Room will have its normal operation hours - Mon to Sat, 5:30pm to 2am
Sad to say Vikings and Four Seasons Hotpot City will be closed on Holy Thursday and Good Friday.
Yehey Aristocrat is open!!!

Yumi and Kessaku will also be closed April 2 and 3, regular operations back on Saturday

Do also check our cool hotels in Metro Manila, such as Diamond Hotel, Edsa Shangri-La, Makati Shangri-La, Marriott Hotel, Sofitel Philippine Plaza
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