It’s called Blue Wave, actually.
My sister and I went there with her kids for dinner after we picked up their new passports from the DFA office. I’ve seen it before, though it doesn’t look appealing.
It’s at the corner of the Diosdado Macapagal Avenue and EDSA, in between Roxas Boulevard and the vast track of land owned by SM.
Think of it as a smaller version of Eastwood, set up like Melrose place, sans the swimming pool in the center and all the romantic drama. Instead, the center is an open space with tables and tents, and a stage in the center for live bands.
The local favorites are there: Max’s, Starbucks, Jollibee, Chowking, KFC, Hotshots and Gerry’s. There are also other restaurants if you’re craving for French crepes, Italian pasta, Chinese dumplings, Japanese sushi or spicy Thai dishes.
What’s great is that when you’re inside, you forget that you’re practically in the middle of nowhere, or that there’s a busy highway less than a kilometer away.