Since our weekends are mostly occupied with wedding preps – and although I love them and the Hubby to be, it can be quite tiring and overwhelming. And sometimes, I just need to step away from all that. Thus, our occasional leaves for a date day. ❤
The date, I suppose is bound for another post altogether. But here, let’s dive deep into our stomachs.
The place has a Filipino inspired surroundings, especially the ceilings. I love how vibrant and sunny the place is and how it faces the water. It gets a little too hot though during lunchtime since the sun is at its peak, but beautiful view nonetheless.
We ordered the Lechon Sinigang at Php 299. I enjoyed the soup since I wanted something hot though it’s not something I would order again. The meat is more of 80% bone and 20% meat. I particularly am not fond of meat that’s pale cause I feel like it’s not cooked. There was only a handful of veggies there.
Next, we ordered Lechon Sisig at Php 285. I know, one would think not to order (2) Lechon entree. But what can I do, the boyfriend insists. Absolutely loved this. It was crispy and unlike other sisigs, there are no small bones – which I usually stay away from. Pair this with Toyomansi with a bit of sili and you’re set. ❤
Last but not the least, Bantayan Baked Scallops at Php 299. You will never go wrong with baked scallops oozing with garlic & cheese. ❤ ❤ ❤
We also ordered their Leche Flan at Php 47. But I have no proof of it so forget about it. It was delicious tho.
Overall, I only regret ordering the Lechon Sinigang. The waiters? they are attentive once they see. The problem is the way the area is built. Waiters cannot see the entire place where they’re staying so we had to wait for someone to pass by every time.