|Ayala Triangle Garden with restaurants.|
Right across the other side of the street from the Condo, on Makati Avenue Side, is a bank of restaurants in the Ayala Triangle Garden
The Ayala Triangle restaurants also deliver food to the condo. The doorman will bring up the bill and you pay him for the food. Or if they aren't so busy one will accompany the messenger up to the condo.
If you walk toward the Shangrila Hotel area, you can also go on over to the Greenbelt Area where there are also tons of restaurants and other shopping, as well as Mercury drugstores and a couple of Supermarkets. "In the middle of a bustling metropolis, Greenbelt is an enclave of all things beautiful. A three-hectare park punctuated by cascading landscapes and carefully- chosen water features re-imagines the typical mall. With a roster of prominent and world- class retailers, restaurateurs and entertainment operators, it defines the premier Ayala Mall experience. Greenbelt is truly a fitting epitome of the Filipino taking on the world stage as it creatively blends the best of local ingenuity with the winner brands in the world of retail."
|Ayala Greenbelt Malls- Night life, restos and malls|
If you want more deals, across the street is the Landmark Department store building with locally made wares on the 2nd or 3rd floor, as the usual clothing, accessories, tons of shoes etc. You know, the usual department store wares.
They do also have a supermarket on the ground or basement level.
Of course there is the CAVA café just downstairs in the lobby area of the Somerset Condo and upstairs at street level is the Old Swiss Inn with very good European food and they are open 24 hours!
|The Landmark Department store also has a Supermarket in the ground or basement floor.|
Keep walking down Ayala toward Edsa, also on the Shangrila Hotel side is the Glorietta bank of Malls, with restaurants, SM Department stores, gobs of restaurants as well as movie theaters.
|If you are looking for some culture, then head on over to the Ayala Museum, across Ayala Avenue on Makati Avenue also. You can walk there via the pedestrian underpass.|