I like the cosy atmosphere of being in a former residence lined in cool trees and converted into an updated retro-resto design with historical feel [pictures of General/Ambassador Carlos P. Romulo, related to the owners of the place, adorn the walls]. Dining in local fare that has also been carefully prepared takes you back to past family gatherings where heirloom recipes are carefully brought back on the dining table. Try the kare-kare, lengua estofado, spicy gising giving, bulalo, crispy pata and lots more. Did I mention, they serve good cocktails, too so you'll want to linger in this place.
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