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Zamboanga | Mano-Mano Restaurant


Filipino platter

When I told my new found friends in Zamboanga, Chuck and Almin, that my friend, Gino, is having his birthday, they suggested for us to celebrate and dine at Mano-Mano sa Greenfield [Mano-Mano in Greenfield]. There are actually two branches, the other one is found in Paseo del Mar but they told us that the ambiance at the original branch was better. 

Sinful crispy pata

Chandelier made of shells

Man-made mini waterfalls inside

So we took a tricycle and went there. We actually found the place the night before Gino's birthday but it was about to close so we opted to go to another restaurant. On the next day after our city tour, we went back and loved the Filipino feel inside. 

Kenny and Gino while waiting for the Food

Crispy pata

Grilled bangus

The interiors made of bamboo, aquarium, aviary, chandeliers made of shells and the man-made mini waterfalls made us feel at home, might be because of its nature/tropical feel with all the green colors we see around. They have several specialties of the house and just like the other restaurants in Zamboanga, which I loved most here, is that their servings in platter is more than enough for us to consume.

We chose the all time fave crispy pata, Filipino platter (bits of the Filipino cuisines in our country), and bangus. Aside from those there are other seafood and Filipino cuisines available.

Kenny and I with the birthday celebrant, Gino

If I were to go back to Zamboanga again, I'd never miss to visit this place to have a sumptuous and at the same time of good value.

For more about my trip in Zamboanga, click here.


Mano-Mano's is located at Gov. Ramos Avenue, 
Sta. Maria, Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines 
and Paseo del Mar, Zamboanga City, Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines 

Elal of The Shades of Grey Travel and Photography
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