Have you heard of the dancing lights in Ayala Triangle? Well, if you have and havent dropped by, it starts when it gets dark. Around 6pm.
One thing that you would need to find also is a place to eat. Preferably not too expensive right? Well, we went there last week and the kids enjoyed the dancing light show.
Then they got hungry. We saw a restaurant that we havent tried before called Chef Lau’s Pugon Roasters. They looked good, not too expensive and had plenty of chairs free.( at that time right after the show while everyone was still talking selfies and groupies)
Its pay as you order, so go inside and fall in line.
They have an eating area inside that is air conditioned with a small restroom inside.
Here’s a quick look at their menu.
We ordered the Pugon Roast Chicken
And the Chunky Chicken Croquetas which I dont have a picture of. I liked both the pugon chicken and the sisig.
And for dessert we had some cakes.
Dark Chocolate Cheesecake
Total: 744 php with 3 iced teas.