Picture Feature(d): Olé Tapas Bar and Restaurant

Excerpt from A Taste of Olé by Kristine Fonacier for SEAIR InFlight April 2010

With its brightly painted walls and exuberant logo, Olé in the daytime is every bit a nice family place serving good Spanish and Latin food; at night, the place takes on a slightly edgier vibe.”

At night, the restaurant turns into a setting that wouldn’t be out of place in an El Mariachi movie

“The robust flavors and colors of Spanish, Mexican, and Cuban cuisine make up the extensive menu of Olé. Chef Ronnie Manansala, who has been with the restaurant since it opened, serves wonderfully good food.”

Paella mixta, a house specialty

InFlight's April Indulge page. Designed and layout by Jocas A. See

“Food and drinks arrive quickly, and even while the waitresses can get chatty, they are surprisingly efficient with order-taking.”

Gambas al ajillo, shrimp cooked with plenty of garlic (PhP349)

InFlight's April contents page. Designed and layout by Jocas A. See

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Jocas A. See. Art director. Visual journalist. Visual communication designer. And a casual tourist

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