To top off the whole Sulyap experience is the food paired with music, still with Fil-Hispanic influence. Dine at their in-house restaurant.
Try pandesal with kesong puti then hot tableá or brewed coffee for breakfast while listening to folk songs by the azoteá. Rustic, nostalgic and ethereal all rolled into one. And of course they also serve classic viands with their own touch, Daing na Bangus Belly, Tapa and Tinapa to name a few.
So never miss a chance to have a taste of the past at Sulyap Gallery Café and Restaurant when in San Pablo City, Laguna. What are you waiting for? Pay ’em a visit now!
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