Tried their sinigang na isda, kalamares, lato (ar-arosep) and seafood pancit canton. The lato wasn't fresh and has a funky taste. The calamares was rubbery and breading was thick. I tried using the dipping sauce just once. It was just ketchup with a swirl of mayonnaise on top.
One thing I noticed are the vegetables on the food, they are undercooked and insufficient. This applies to the sinigang and pancit canton. The saving grace is that you don't need to have a whole fish for the sinigang. Some restaurants in the area require you to buy the soup with the whole fish only which is too much for a couple.
I love pancit canton and usually order it when it is in the menu. The one they served was sweet and too salty, yuk!
Service was slow even if there was only 2 couples in the restaurant!
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