Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Rose&Grace + Paseo De Sta. Rosa + SM Southmall Dave's Fun House = Sunday Bonding Day

Last Sunday Daddy invited us to come with them to Paseo De Sta. Rosa, Because last Friday at the Mall of Asia Sale he found a jacket at Marks and Spencer and the staff informed him about the factory outlet at Sta. Rosa where he can buy discounted items. We arrive at Sta.Rosa at about 12:30 pm and planned to eat at Kanin Club since we're craving for our favorite Stuffed Squid and Crispy Dinuguan. Unfortunately the resto is already full so we ended up eating at Rose & Grace Bulalo Resto.

Kimi playing with his Itouch while waiting for the order
Our hot and yummy Bulalo (Php 380.00)
"thumbs up for this pinoy classic bulalo,
with just the right taste and tender bulalo meat"
Crispy Tawilis (Php 60.00 per stick)
"so crispy...you can even eat the head and the fish bones"
My boys wearing polo shirts with number 3
for Kimi's 3rd birthday tomorrow
Lolo and  Kimi @ Rose & Grace entrance
Rose & Grace Bulalo Resto Sta. Rosa Branch
here's a proof of how yummy our lunch was, talking about total-loss
"you can ask for more bulalo soup because it's supah unlimited"
Rose & Grace is really the home of Classic Bulalong Batangas and Crispy Tawilis.
It's always a must try

After a yummy lunch, we proceed to Paseo De Sta. Rosa Mall. It's now bigger than before with more additional stores and brand outlets. It's an open air mall with an upscale ambiance and look. Here you can find Factory Outlets of  Nike, Speedo, Adidas, All FlipFlops, Crocs, Levi's, Marks and Spencer, Benetton, Sisley  and a lot more. They also have classic foodchains and coffee shops, like Cafe Breton, Starbucks, Kanin Club, Pancake House, Jollibee, Chowking, Greenwich, Shakey's, Razon's and Yellow Cab.

Other stores if found in Paseo De Sta. Rosa...

But Daddy was so disappointed because he was expecting a big Marks & Spencer Outlet, just like the one's in US and other countries he has been. The outlet was so small and contains only few merchandise. Since it's an open air mall and that after noon was so hot and humid, we we're a bit uncomfortable that we weren't able to explore the place. Daddy then decided to transfer to SM Southmall, since it's been a year since his last visit to the said mall.
Me wearing the 75 pesos white shorts i bought from divisoria 
At SM Southmall we decided to split up. Mommy and daddy went shopping together, hubby and Kimi played at Dave's Fun House while i look for shoes inside SM Department store.

Kimi really enjoys playing at Dave's Fun House. He's first experience was in ATC Branch. Before they have SM Hypermarket Las Pinas Branch but now it's closed already (Kimi is one of the regulars there). We're glad to find a bigger branch at SM Southmall. Here you can pretend whomever you want to be with matching uniforms, complete accessories and stuff. It can even bring out the child in you. They have mini Hospital, Hotel, House, Fire & Police Station, Fast food, Grocery, Beauty Parlor, Pet shop and Repair shop. Honestly i enjoyed playing here with my kid.

Dave's Fun House Prices
the big slide and the ball pool
Police & Fire Station and the Grocery store
(the fire & police station has cute fire extinguishers and complete uniforms
 while the grocery store is complete with grocery items, cute push carts,
atm machines and cash registry)
The Kids Hotel
(with reception area, beds and tiny keys)
The Pet shop
(with pet cages and stuff animals with complete grooming kit)
Kimi and Hubby playing at the Ball Pool
Kimi grooming his pet daddy...hehehe
Kimi munching on his Dunkin Big Dunk (Php 25.00)
After an hour of tiring play for Kimi & Hubby and shopping of Mommy & Daddy we then headed home to prepare for the 8:30 Sunday Mass.

That's another tiring but fun Sunday Family day for us...

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