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1/12/12 UPDATE: This restaurant is now closed.
Laya is the latest private dining place serving Southeast Asian cuisine in an intimate Antipolo setting. Laya means “freedom” in Tagalog and it was coincidental that we checked it out on the 4th of July.
A young rock band couple turned restaurateur and chef decided to convert their family’s Antipolo resthouse into a dining destination every weekend for foodies. The couple reminds me of a young version of Claude and Maryann Tayag, and the resthouse reminds me of a modern Bale Dutung.
Currently, they serve a set 4-course meal, with the food choices changing every weekend at a special introductory price of P500. (Eventually it will be P650, but it’s still cheap, considering the overall experience you get.)
(I forgot to bring my Canon DSLR, so all photos taken in this blog post were taken using an ordinary Canon point and shoot camera. I had to be creative to get usable photos from that camera, especially at night. 🙂 )
This week is very significant for me in my blogging/ internet marketing career. It is my first time to teach in the Internet Marketing elective in the AIM MBA class and the first day of Maven Secrets.
Here are the 3 Things I learned on My First Day in AIM:
1. I’m now a professor…
I felt old at the same time honored. The label of “professor” or “guru”, I think needs to be earned and since I’m just starting, I’m here to prove that I’m worthy of the title. I like to be Professor X of the X-Men who nurture young people to enhance their natural capabilities. (Not the stereotyped image of an old power tripping professor)