This rest is the cheaper alternative that eating at La Luz Rest which you have to pay 900 pesos for a 4 meals/day!!This is good to experience simple dining in a province with no 'usual' fine dining accomodations. You can customized your meal in advance for lunch,dinner and breakfast.. or just visit her rest and see what is available for the day.. During our stay, I requested her to provide us fried bangus fish with mixed vegetables. and at breakfast, Singangag with tuyo, fried hotdog,w sliced tomato!!! Really local food.. Of course, you can never compare the ambiance eating at La Luz Rest specially at dinner.. You can contact her at 09206192060.She is a La Luz Rest staff who handles the daytrippers area, though she told us that she just put the carinderia on the side for budget visitors..
Favorite Dish: Seafoods at your request!! (depends on availability)
The resort requires all guests to avail of their buffet meals for 800 pesos, which includes lunch, afternoon snacks, dinner, and breakfast. Iced tea, juice, and purified water are served bottomless. The dining area is clean and has a homey feel to it. The staff is friendly. The food is simple, just the usual homecooked meals. There are at least 4 viands and 1 dessert. Fried chicken. Fried fish. Soup. Rice cake. Fresh Fruits. Fried eggs. Tocino. Longganisa. Cereal. Nothing fancy or spectacular about it.
Favorite Dish: My favorite was dinnertime. We were served crab croquets, fish in special herbed sauce, and chicken pastel.