I had an exciting dinner in Greenbelt 5 earlier with Tracy and Raiza. Imagine a floating buffet, and a giant cube where you have to "catch" your food from bare human arms! :D
“Glory Holes” allows guests to get closer and appreciate art better through munching on some delights served from bare human arms protruding from holes of this large cube container:
They handed us sweets, even meat & seafood, and all sorts of treats:
Meanwhile, “Floating Buffet” is an act that features helium balloons with boxes of edible delights freely hanging from the ceiling. Ang saya mag photo op dito, hehe:
Two of my most favorite things: FOOD and ART!
I got a brownie! :)
Each time you get a boxed treat, you'll have to let go of the connecting balloon (and make a wish? Hehe!)
Aside from shopping and dining in Greenbelt (since high school!), I also enjoy the cultural and artistic events they hold for their patron's enjoyment. A favorite today is La cellule's one-of-a-kind food meets art installation earlier at the Greenbelt 5 Gallery, something that I hope everyone gets to experience at least once!
Last June, in partnership with Alliance Francaise de Manilla and the French Embassy, Greenbelt celebrated French Month with La Fete at Greenbelt, where they held the annual French Film Festival, a French language classes, and a musical party at Fete de la Musique. To close the celebration, La cellule's world class, creative duo French female artists Emmanuelle Becquemin and Stéphanie Sagot transformed GB5 into an interactive performance installation. Definitely the most creative and even inspiring dining experience I've ever had!
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