Oh yes, I went to India. More about that soon.
The Intercon opened in 1969 and is the oldest chain hotel in the Philippines. In the Manila of my youth, Prince Albert had always been synonymous with "fine dining". Nowadays, it's typically called "old-fashioned".
Well, sometimes old-fashioned is good. Sometimes it's a blessed relief.
|Bread basket and a hockey puck-sized portion of French butter, all for me. 4.25/5|
Every major city in the world has at least one restaurant like Prince Albert. It's very, very civilized and it positively reeks of old money. Within its walls, nothing ever really changes. Not the food, not the staff. The furniture and decor, sometimes yes, but nothing too modern.
|Amuse bouche: smoked salmon, prawn mousse, pesto, toast. Fork not necessary. 4/5|