We live nearby and we are frequents here. Good cooking, pastries baked each day and staff are warm and helpful always.
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It was the first time for me in this place. It has a unique architectural design, with its upside down house style and ceiling design likewise. The place is not airconditioned, kinda dim light, frames / pictures of 1970's moviestars can be seen in the...More
My partner and I usually eat here since we dont cook as much due to busy schedule. Their menu is mostly filipino foods, so this is a good place for balikbayans, ofws on vacay and people like me who doesnt cook. The prices are very...More
I love this place from the ambiance to the price on their menu. All are affordable Filipino dishes. Their pandesal is a must try Php7 each and it's humongous. I also ordered mango shake (Php65). Limited parking but it's worth to checkout the whole setup...More
It has been quite sometime that our group, Amerasia, have been planning to eat out. But since it's either one of us is absent or out of budget, it has never been push through. Finally, a day after we received our 13th month bonus that...More
if you are fond of a happy place to dine in, look for the one that has a red land rover suspended on its signage.the same car model is parked on ur way to the comfort room. the resto's interior is even more exciting. old...More
The decor will certainly catch your attention and they deserve decent food. Specialty of the house is their breads but they serve other dishes as well. For lunch we tried their Igado, tinomok and adobo. Serving size is a bit small but flavor is quite...More
Rustic and upside-down interiors with awesome outdoor 4x4 shots, old sampaguita picture actors' portrait wall, warm and simple Filipino food served, Nice no fuss brunch place.