Sol Gelato. We have finally visited this gelato corner in Venetian Mall at McKinley Hill (close to the same street heading to the Manila American Cemetary and Memorial and Gate 3). It’s partly owned by officemate Ken Lim (thus the visit). And invaded! First off, the soon-to-be “it” mall is worth a visit on its own. Beautifully landscaped and well conceptualized, we’re guessing that it’s going to be the next Eastwood. As for the main purpose of food invasion, I tried a piccolo (Italian word for “small”) serving of pistachio for P95. I’m not a gelato connoisseur but I sure did enjoy it. Forget that I know one of its owners, it’s a must try. Some celfone pictures here.
Montano: The First Impression. On its last day of exhibit (November 29), I went to Ayala Museum’s ArtistSpace to check out Cesar Montano’s works as a visual artist. The small open space near the museum entrance housed the actor’s 20 or so pieces of watercolor pieces and more. Most of it was already sold out, so I heard. Subjects vary from forest trees to flowers in the vase and I was, err, impressed with what I saw. Some celfone pictures here.