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Manila Pop Up

Sorry for being so delayed with my post.

I had a crazy busy week and it seems things will not slow down.

I’ll try and post next week before i head out of the country for 5 days.

But here is something i’ve been working on that i wanted to share with you.

check it out.

ManilaPopUp.com

We created a one night only restaurant. Who knows, if it works out we might just pop up again soon…

Barba-Cua Pop Up from erwan heussaff on Vimeo.

 Popping up this week is Barba-Cua. March 24th at the current location of the awesome straight forward Thai restaurant, Songkran in Salcedo Village (G/F Valero Car Park II, 149 Valero St). A south american vietnamese inspired small plate restaurant and pucnh cocktail bar concept brought to you by Chef Bruce Ricketts, Manila Pop Up and Erwan Heussaff.  We are taking reservations for 6.30PM, 7.15PM, PM, 8.15PM, 9PM. Only 15 seats are available for each seating. To reserve, please email us at mnlpopup@gmail.com and we will reply with a confirmation or let you know of another available time slot. Please try and reserve at least by Saturday, 23rd of March in the morning. Please come with cash, come on time and more importantly come with an open mind!  Follow the Bulb.

3 COMMENTS

    1. Diana armas March 23, 2013 at 6:36 pm

      Looking forward for this.

    Reply
    1. joy anne March 24, 2013 at 7:23 am

      This is exciting!! let us know if when it will pop up again!! pls!!!

    Reply
    1. iamatravellover March 25, 2013 at 12:53 am

      Was also wondering if there would be an invite or something before it pops up- again! Hmmm this further inspires me to start my own food truck- popping anywhere and anytime!

    Reply
 

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