Ridiculous as this may seem, a house constructed upside down or have your world turned 180 degrees. This building is actually a restaurant, probably the first upside down diner in the Philippines or in the world. Located along the stretch of Katipunan Avenue, cars coming to and fro passing by here, would stop and look at it.Wacky, amusing, crazy, whimsical, call it what you want ...but sure you will find this one of a kind, if not, please do let me know, and give me reasons why.
Wait till you get inside. . .
The place is cozy, along the indoor garden feel is the music from Sitti, or acoustic artists and singers.
Price is super low, such good value. Not pricey but the service is good and food are amazing.
A family that eat together have fun together!
This I can say,
It's more fun eating as a family in the Philippines
|Hand washing area.|
|The path to the bathrooms.|
|They blew a whole in the roof just so we could enter. Warning make sure you know how to read upside down before entering.|
NTBN: Super mad about Openrice.ph for misguiding us, while we look for the place. It took us an exhausting one hour of circling Katipunan Ave. where in fact it is at the other side of Katipunan, in White Plains.
Be sure to google for yourself with the exact address shown below.
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