Celebrated a dear friend’s birthday at the Blackbird. I would say it’s a bit expensive but it’s definitely worth a visit. The interior is very classy but a warm atmosphere can be felt.
It has a very distinguished history as it was an old airport before. In between 1937 to 1947, people used to fly through this airport. The Ayalas maintained the original structure of the building and it now houses Filipinas Heritage Library which serves as a resource center and the Blackbird for diners who want a different scene and feel.
The ladies are out tonight. Me and my good friends had fun that night.
The hallway going to the main dining area.
The bar by the door.
Beautiful flowers greet you as you enter the dining area.
For our soup, we had Seafood Bisque, Fennel and Prawns.
As appetizer, we had Prawn Scotch Egg, Betel Leaves and Coconut Chili Sambal. Should be eaten as a whole to fully taste its true flavor.
Our Main Dish.
Grilled Tiger Prawns, Nori and Wasabi Butter, and Spring Onion Roti
Lamb Cutlets, Rosemary and Pepper Dry Rub, Potato Gratin, Fine Beans and Chorizo Piperade
Dry Rub Wagyu Hanger Steak, Mustard Butter and Twice Cooked Chips
That night was a very beautiful night. Good place, great company and fantastic food is always the best combination!