Towns Delight - Intramuros Manila Catering
Towns Delight The Caterer is well known for the company contribution in the food service industry in Intramuros Manila. Intramuros Manila is one of the many locations where Towns Delight The Caterer is showing their food catering expertise.
The company brings out their very best to really satisfy their guests as well as also the locals of Intramuros Manila.
As being a part of the Intramuros Manila caterers, we see to it that we are giving out the menu and cooking style that the Manilenyos love the most.
Intramuros, Manila Venues
This very historic place is known for its cobblestone streets, old Filipino-Spanish rustic architecture and of course, the very beautiful San Agustin Church , which is also one of the most popular churches to get married in Metro Manila .
There are almost endless choices for you to hold your reception after the mass, since everything's pretty much in the Metro. You can either:
(maximum capacity of 1,000 guests)
Whether for 150 or 500, Puerto Real makes it really cozy. Perhaps it's the enormous Intramuros wall dominating one side of the garden that actually dwarfs the huge size of the garden. Maybe it's the fact the sheer expanse of the garden that provides unobstructed view or everyone present.
The best part: the cobblestone pathway from the tunnel.one could imagine the days of Old Manila come to life. Beautiful romantic pictures await the newlyweds as they walk hand in hand along this weather beaten path.
Father Blanco's Garden
(maximum capacity of 800 guests)
The bonsai plants are really spectacular if one takes time out to walk around. The ruins are dramatic backdrop of truly memorable wedding photos.
Baluarte San Diego
(maximum capacity of 1,000 guests)
A window to our Hispanic past.the walls of Baluarte de San Diego make for a perfect backdrop for Fil-Spanish inspired weddings. Barbara’s (Casa Manila) Plaza San Luis Complex, Intramuros, Manila 527-4086, 527-3893, 527-4090 firstname.lastname@example.org
Casa Manila is a government museum located in a reconstructed Spanish period house of the mid-1800s. The reconstruction is a replica of the original Spanish period house that once stood in that area along Calle de Jaboneros in San Nicolas, Binondo. It is a Colonial Lifestyle Museum, which is part of Plaza San Luis Complex.
The furnishings and artworks displayed in Casa Manila range from the 17th to the early 20th century. It showcases the Intramuros lifestyle of upperclass Filipinos at the turn of the century. Included in this lifestyle is a collection of antique furniture and furnishing from China and Europe, which dates back in the 19th century, most of which are crystal chandeliers. It also showcases Persian rugs, Chinese ceramics, four-poster ebony bed, religious images, antique piano and harp, marble-top tables, and such other items that show the luxury of the era.
The Casa Manila museum is a 10-minute walk towards Aduana St., an alternative route would be to take any pier-bound PUJ in Quezon City and get off at Aduana St c/o Intramuros Administration, Gobernador Del Palacio Bldg., Intramuros, Manila 527-3138, 527-3084
Palacio de Maynila, is specifically designed to house events. It is the preferred venue for medium-sized (600-650 people) corporate and social events such as product launches, sales rallies, awards nights, testimonials, anniversaries, corporate parties, trade shows, weddings and other celebrations.
Palacio de Maynila, with the picturesque Manila Bay as its magnificent view, is an 800 square meter tent located strategically and conveniently in Malate. It is along Roxas Boulevard and Rajah Sulayman Park, a short walk from the Malate Church. Its location is easily accessed via public transportation and it also has spacious parking for private vehicles.
We have accredited caterers to handle the food and beverage requirements. We also have technical support agencies to provide for various requirements.
Puerta Real Gardens
These small but lovely gardens are laid out by the remnants of the defensive moat that used to surround Intramuros . From here you catch a glimpse of Puerta Real, the royal gate that was reserved for stately processions, and a section of Intramuros' moss-covered walls. With their highly evocative atmosphere, Puerta Real Gardens provide a fitting venue for Intramuros Evenings, a series of cultural shows staged annually under the management of the Intramuros Administration.
San Diego Gardens
Baluarte de San Diego (Intramuros, Manila)