I've eaten at their Manalo St. branch twice. Here's my roundup:
1. Nice setting - Filipino native huts for each group of diners. It does feel a bit lonely though if you are to be alone.
2. Food portions - Generous.
3. Taste - ok: 4/5. Their famous squid sisig which my friends egged me to try (knowing I dont eat squid) is actually quite good. I broke my diet rules for a while there but it was all good.
4. Price - fairly reasonable.
5. Service - just ok. Sometimes difficult to call the waiters as the huts are isolated and they are not always around.
6. They open until 10pm - good for us because we came from a night trip from El Nido and were famished and not many restaurants were open at around past 9pm.
1. mosquitoes at night - better bring your repellants!
2. the famous birds nest soup - there is probably only like 1% birds nest ingredient in there - too little to appreciate. the soup overall is good, though.
Overall - it is just ok for me, not particularly memorable. But it is still not so bad. I can recommend to friends (after I've recommended other restaurants).
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