I excitedly drove all the way to its obscure location in Tagaytay, navigating through roads that were too narrow even for a residential area. Sadly, it was not worth the trip. When I got there, there was a brownout and they had no emergency lights nor rechargeable fans. Good thing an entire wall of the dining area was made of screen so it was not too hot. The staff was polite but they played music that was a bit too loud and, in my opinion, inappropriate for the restaurant's European theme (mostly sappy novelty Filipino songs). I ordered French Onion soup which was too salty, and the baked salmon which was disappointingly overcooked and floating in liquid that was more like broth than sauce. If they want to lure people to such an inconvenient location, they really should work on their food quality.
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