In the past, I shared with you about my plans of going to Spain, hence, my studying in Spanish language, culture, and arts at Instituto Cervantes de Manila. Part of the topics we discuss on a daily basis in class is, of course, Spanish food! Now, when it comes to Spanish food, paella occupies the bulk of the discussion.
My teacher said that among all the restaurants she went to in the Philippines, the best paella she have ever tasted is the one at Casino Español de Manila. Before we ended our Spanish Level 2 Class last Thursday, she promised to bring us there; its just right beside the school and is considered as an international territory or technically territory of Spain.
I think I was in cloud 9 when I was eating paella at the Casino. It was the best I’ve ever tasted! Now I can call someone a cook! ¡Es muy sabrosa! Too bad, the restaurant inside the Casino Español de Manila is not open for everyone since its only for membership basis and for people working and studying at Instituto Cervantes de Manila. Let me share some of the pictures I took!
I don’t mind you using the pictures, but, please, give me some sort of credit when you do. Thanks!