We were driving along White Plains Avenue to Katipunan, when my family suddenly pointed out this really catchy upside down house with an inverted car on top of the structure. Apparently, this is the gimmick of Pan de Amerikana Bakery and Restaurant (1950's Pandesal) which is set to open early next month (or is it opened already?). The bakery had its original structure on the other side of the road which was near their new location right now. Check it out if you're passing by the area. I'm sure you'll notice it. :)
Taken from the restaurant's website:
Pan de Amerikana restaurant Katipunan, Quezon City branch is a themed restaurant featuring an upside down full size Land Rover 4x4 defender 90 with working lights. The interior boasts of a photo gallery and off roading video presentations and focuses on 4x4 countryside motif. Pan de Amerikana, which is known for its first chess themed restaurant in Marikina, aims to take part in the Department of Tourism mission of developing interesting spots for local and international recognition thereby attracting more investments and revenues through Philippine tourism.