We incidentally discovered Kainan sa Dalampsigan through a road signage along the Nasugbu Main Hi-way (JP Laurel). It isn't really located within the shoreline but accessible via R. Martinez St, the road leading to the stretch of Nasugbu beaches. We just followed the directions posted on the road.
We arrived past lunch time at around 1pm. Staff exudes the natural Batangeño hospitable charm. We are swiftly accomodated.
It's a heritage restaurant that serves authentic Filipino dishes. We ordered Bilao - great mix of garlic shrimp, baked tahong, liempo, quarter bangus priced at Php990. It's relatively value for money and good for the entire family of 3-4. Our other food orders include Ginataang Hipon, Pinakbet Lumpiang Shanghai. Serving is generous and we only paid a sum of Php2000 inclusive of rice and drinks. We were so full and passed on the sweets but the dessert selection looks promising as well.
Kainan sa Dalampasigan instantly became a restaurant I swear by. Its a bonus that we get to come across roaming sheeps and turkeys near the parking area.
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