This is my first time to enjoy San Pablo. I would normally pass through this busy town on the way to the Bicol Region and our travels around this area would be characterized by heavy and slow moving traffic due to the volume of vehicles and the busy streets of this urbanizing city.
We would normally look at San Pablo with disdain as it is such a pain to be stuck in slow moving traffic and so I was pleasantly surprised to have had this chance to experience a lovely place with great Filipino food.
The first time we ate was a dinner with colleagues and the experience was so enjoyable that we just had to go back the following day for lunch.
Within the compound of the restaurant is an art gallery. We were not able to look around the place as it was closed during our visit.
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