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Michelin Star Chef at Mandarin

We don’t have a 3 Star Michelin restaurant or chef in Manila.  There are restaurants which are named in Asia’s dining guides like Antonio’s and recently Masseto.  Masseto was named in The Miele Guide for 2010 – 2011.  However – we still do not have a 3 Star Michelin restaurant in town.

The House of Queens loves a great dining experience.  If it’s of Good quality – we do occasionally splurge.  Tonight, we revisited Tivoli at the Mandarin Oriental – Manila.   I will write about the whole dining experience in tomorrow’s post.  That dining experience was heavenly and we were actually amazed at how it has greatly improved from our last visit to the restaurant.  I am writing this post to highlight a poster that piqued our interest.

Next week – for those who would like to experience Michelin Star dining in Manila – you ay be interested in making reservations at Tivoli.  They are featuring Olivier Rodriquez.  They will not accept walk-ins.  You need to make reservations.  Call 750 8888 or  BTW – Ladies and Gentlemen,  I know that restaurants in Manila do not have strict dress codes but for a dining experience like this – I’d definitely recommend suit jackets for the Gentlemen and the women should at least wear their Little Black Dress.   I am setting up our reservations as we speak – hope to see you there.


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