She told me to try the new restaurants in the east wing of Shangri-la. We were actually a bit early since the mall opens at 11am. After a few minutes of wondering around, we found our way to Maple.
Maple, according to Mike (our server), is actually owned by the same guys from Pancake House. This restaurant mainly offers all day breakfast food and some. The pancakes and the desserts were the best sellers.
For dessert, we had their bourbon bread pudding (220Php). In all honestly, this tasted the same with Wildflour's. Although, I like Wildflour's version more because of the burnt sides and it wasn't too creamy and rich. This was all soft bread.
L/GF of East wing Shangri-la Mall
By the way, this is the first time for us to use their east wing parking lot. It wasn't like the other two parking areas where you get a little nauseous. The flooring were all skid proof and the area is well ventilated with high ceilings unlike the ones in Eastwood.
Just a little reminder. It is not open 24 hours. Flat rate is 45 Php.