Looking for a place to bring your foreign friends here in Makati? Take them to Kanin Club in Ayala Triangle Gardens. Aside from the wide selection of delectable Filipino dishes, the place also gives a nice feel of Filipino culture.
Here’s a view of the facade. The interiors are like that of traditional Filipino houses and cathedrals. It’s also full of Filipino art and paintings which makes it homey, warm, and comfortable. Exactly what most people feel when visiting a Filipino home.
This window is so pretty. It makes me imagine a girl opening it to listen to a boy doing a harana.
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The restaurant’s name itself expresses Filipino culture. Kanin (rice) is something Filipinos cannot live without. It’s as staple as kimchi or bread for other cultures. Some Filipinos try the no-rice diet but I, for one, feel like I cannot live a day without it. Well, it might be because it’s good source of energy.
I was with my cousins and one future cousin that night a few days before their wedding day. The place was perfect especially that I was with people that resemble a home. 🙂