We wanted to try crispy pata (deep fried pork) with a range of vegetables and it was excellent. There was also a very good musicians duo. All together we had a pleasant evening and at a reasonable price.
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Did an advance order for this restaurant since food shops are usually packed (especially this long holiday weekend). The staff was very accommodating (they even called us up when some of the items were out of stock). The food was good but rather small in...More
the food was delicious. espcilly the chicken adobo. however the desserts are a bit yucky, and coctails not so good. prices are average.
Good restaraunt would come here again, food was good, beer was cold, live music was great, beautiful beach views.
The restaurant looks good the menu is big but don't expect all the dishes are available. They gave me a really poor juices actually two they were just water and few fruits. Once I complained twice they bring me the same quantity I left in...More
... I was there for lunch at noon ... I felt satisfied, all was expected on-time, dishes I eaten were fresh and good ( calamaris ). Service was good also with the typical filipino smile. I recommend this restaurant for families coz many tables and...More
We had dinner here last night on White Beach, with the intention of trying a few Filipino dishes off the a la carte menu. We had the fried calamari for starter, with a chicken kaldereta and crispy fried pata (slow cooken then fried pork leg),...More
We chose the restaurant based on the menu (obviously) and the pictures which accompany the ingredients list - big mistake! I ordered gambas, the menu said prawns peppers chilli etc (looked like Spanish gambas in the picture) - it came with carrots and green beans...More
We chose this place as it seemed less brash than most on the strip. First off, couldn't do gin and tonic as no tonic. Ordered and waited, ten minutes later told starter was off. Reordered. Ten minutes later new starter and one main arrive, second...More