We ate at Dream Cafe (will blog about it soon) for breakfast instead, afterwhich we went to Sto. Nino Shrine of Tacloban (this one too.). By noon, we were super starving and we still couldn't get over Sunzibar being CIERADO. So we went there just to make sure that it was still closed. To our delight, it was ABIERTO!
The interior was small and had only about 9 small tables for two. It had a nice mexican rustic feel and was very detailed in the design. It smelled like paint when we came in, maybe due to the ongoing construction. Glad my asthma didn't respond to the heavy air.
I liked the lights!
I loved the wooden chairs and the scratchy floor.
Loved this frame. Was wondering where the other half was.
Little mexican painting.
It had this spanish note on the wall. Charm translated them to me and I totally can't remember a thing she said.
This is the view when you enter the resto.
Price : 60 - 250 Php per person
Plus : Inexpensive food; huge serving; fast service
Minus : no wifi; no signboard outside; closed on Sundays