One of the factors that made us decide to stay at Raymen Beach Resort is their in-house restaurant. It was very convenient for us to just walk from our room or beach to eat our meals. The restaurant decor was nothing fancy; it was like a big canteen or "carinderia" with long tables and plastic chairs, a counter for snack items (chips,bread,etc), freezers for ice cream and other frozen delights and a table with fresh fruits (mangoes of course!). We didn't mind the simplicity of the restaurant because it was clean and well ventilated.
What I like about the restaurant is their willingness to accept advance orders for meals. This enabled us to enjoy the beach and tour of other places with the assurance that our meals will be served at our preferred time.
Hubby and I were generally pleased with the food and service. The only minor problem we encountered was due to miscommunication on our first meal. The menu had local names of fish which we didn't understand. Based on the waitresses description, the fish I was asking about was supposed to be big, therefore I expected big fish head for our "sinigang". We were disappointed when our order came; there were slices of small fish instead of big fish head... Lesson learned: Don't order anything you are unsure of.
Favorite Dish: I liked their Beef Tapa, Beef Steak, Kinilaw na Isda, Buttered Prawns
After a long drive around Guimaras Island, this is a good place to refresh and recharge. The food is a fussion of American, Portugese, Italian and Filipino cuisine. The place is so welcoming, clean and well maintained, the staff are all polite and friendly. They have a buffet lunch every Thursday for P135. All worth it.
Favorite Dish: The pasta and pizza are great, Big serving you could share it with a group.