It’s actually a theme park with a restaurant :-p . That’s how I see it.
Upon entering the restaurant, you’ll find floating bahay kubos for dining. There’s a lot to see around the place. There are some giant urinating/spitting monkeys. It’s a multi-player game where the players try their luck staying dry. The winner (the one who stay dry until the end) gets 1 kilo of fish cooked any way the winner wants.
The tacsiyapo wall was featured many times on TV and on print. Guests buy a mug or plate (P8-15) or even a functioning TV (P1,500). Once you’ve chosen your “weapon”, take a deep breath, then throw your weapon unto the wall, break it into pieces and release your tension along with it.
That makes for a theme park, doesn’t it?
And then there’s the food, I almost forgot. A whole lot of comfort food, really. Seafoods, grilled and cholesterol-packed goodies, veggies! Ah, perfect for a stop-over on a trip between the metro and the north.
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