The restaurant is famous for its Chinese buffet which includes crabs, seafoods, different entrees and desserts which are all superb. This time we tried the ala carte menu. This is served on the first floor of the restaurant. The prices are reasonable if you consider the serving size, the taste, quality, choices and the service. Try the Braised Pata Tim and the Baguio Beans with Minced Pork. The ambiance is also modern and dining area is clean. There is ample parking at the side of the restaurants. Just don't come here on heavy rain days as the streets get really flooded.
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