Lifestyle Asia

FEELS LIKE HOME

So much has been said about Anita Celdran’s corner bistro on the less rowdy side of Poblacion. Whether it’s her Cochinillo Black Pig or her famous Fabada Asturiana, the place has gained a sophisticated following thanks to word of mouth from its more-than-satisfied patrons and customers. “La Collina means ‘the hill’—as originally, we were [planning to set up] in Tagaytay,” says Anita, “It is one of the few words in Italian and Spanish that has the same meaning, but in Italian, it’s spelled with two L’s. We chose the double L because graphically it looks like a hill.”

With a menu composed of both Italian and Spanish fare, the curated list of dishes is not just something Anita came up with to appease the average customer’s personal favorites. It was a passion project

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