A Place Called Bedspace
I drove to Greenbelt III and we decided to look around first to check out the restaurants available. A small place located right beside Red Box on the 3rd floor caught our fancy. It was cool. The interiors were simply deocrated and lighting was in subtle blue and lilac. The most interesting thing was how each table was made up to look like a bed. There were plush cushions to rest your body comfortably against and one could choose how to sit (indian, legs on the side, lounging back). Each had a breakfast tray where they put the food on so really felt like you were dining in the comforts of your room. They had a small area set aside for what we presumed was the dance floor, right beside the DJ spinning danceable tracks. The food was okay and the prices were reasonable. I ordered garlic shrimp pasta and chicken quesadillas topped by their own strawberry tea concoction while Jen had their spareribs. (I've a feeling that they really earn on their drinks, though).
Jen and I were so taken with the ambience that we inquired about the cost of renting the place for intimate gatherings. Turns out it would be too steep to rent it for just a birthday or shower but would most definitely be a good alternative for product launches and stuff. Be warned, though. Since they are a relatively new place, the only credit card they accept is Visa. So if you don't have Visa, better make sure you have cash. All in all, not a bad way to spend a quiet and enjoyable evening with a dear friend.
See for yourself (shots unobtrusively taken by my trusty Nokia 6630):
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