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    Arabela: quiant small town cafe (Part 2)

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 29, 2014

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    part two of my arabela tips plus more pictures

    This Quaint Restaurant is one of the favorite stops of people going on a shooping at liliw for shoes and flip flops and those going to Nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. The restaurant is a local mom and pop operation where they are serving international plus local dishes but their specialty is pastas, pizzas and the assorted cakes.The Restaurant was named after their daughters Ara and Bela. The goodness of their assorted cakes and sweets and the pasta dishes means the only nice restaurant in Liliw Town is packed full of people.

    Opens: 11:30 am to 7:30 pm tuesdays to Sundays, Mondays-Closed

    Favorite Dish: a lot!

    a lot, their pasta dishes like the lasagna cost 180 pesos an order, spaghetti with meat balls (not the sweet filipino kind) at 170 pesos an order, their local T-Bone Steaks with rice and gravy at 300 pesos an order, their 12 inch pizzas from 380 to 450 pesos an order and their yummy cakes like the yema cake or cheesecakes or black forest cake at 130 to 150 pesos per slice.

    inside cream dory fish chiken cordon bleu pudding dulce de leche cheesecake
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    Arabela: quaint small town Cafe (part1)

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 29, 2014

    This Quaint Restaurant is one of the favorite stops of people going on a shooping at liliw for shoes and flip flops and those going to Nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. The restaurant is a local mom and pop operation where they are serving international plus local dishes but their specialty is pastas, pizzas and the assorted cakes.The Restaurant was named after their daughters Ara and Bela. The goodness of their assorted cakes and sweets and the pasta dishes means the only nice restaurant in Liliw Town is packed full of people.

    Opens: 11:30 am to 7:30 pm tuesdays to Sundays, Mondays-Closed

    Favorite Dish: a lot, their pasta dishes like the lasagna cost 180 pesos an order, spaghetti with meat balls (not the sweet filipino kind) at 170 pesos an order, their local T-Bone Steaks with rice and gravy at 300 pesos an order, their 12 inch pizzas from 380 to 450 pesos an order and their yummy cakes like the yema cake or cheesecakes or black forest cake at 130 to 150 pesos per slice.

    to the cafe goodies menu pizza bread porterhouse steak
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    Graciano's Pizza and Pasta: pizza pasta galore

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 28, 2014

    another small restaurant in liliw but is less popular than the quaint Arabela. This is actually a branch of the Local Filipino Pizza Chain that started in nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. They offer assorted Pizza's and Pastas which are suited to filipino taste (sweet instead of being slightly sour) which are cheap as they don't use sun dried tomatoes or mozzarella cheeses, only local commercial cheddar cheese. They also have Mexican dishes like burritos, tacos, nachos, and tortilla wraps plus other local favorites chicken burger, hotdog sandwich, and french fries and more.

    Opens: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: the spaghetti here cost 90 pesos an order, baked penne pasta at 120 pesos an order, a 12 inch hawaiian pizza cost 190 pesos an order, a 12 inch italian pizza at 250 peso an order.

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    Arabela: Best Quaint Little Restaurant

    by litekimchi Written May 1, 2006

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    Ever since visiting Liliw for the first time in 2004, I've been a patron of this quaint little restaurant. It's very small, operated on the ground floor of a local's home. It's run by the family, which makes this little place very warm and cozy, anyone will fall in love with it.

    Aside from the ambience, it's the food that makes this a darling of Liliw. Arabela has a good selection of pasta, pizza and steaks. Their brownies are to die for, too. Not to sweet but very good.

    The price makes this a gold mine. It's the cheapest nice place I've ever eaten in. The funny thing is that it's probably the most expensive place to eat in Liliw--but it's still soooooo cheap!

    It's simple perfect. You must try Arabela whenever you're in town. Just come in early because it gets really, really, really packed during the lunch hours.

    It opens at 11:30am and closes at 7:30pm daily.

    Favorite Dish: I love their thin crust pizza. They come in three sizes: small, medium and large. If you're a healthy eater, the small-sized ones may not be enough. The large pizzas are good enough to share between 2 to 3 people.

    I ate there yesterday, and my small-sized Margherita Pizza cost me Php90 (less than US$2). They use a generous amount of mozarella and local tomotoes which are small, so don't be surprised if you see your pizza served with tomatoes cut really small. I ordered a potato salad for Php80 (about US$1.50). My dad ordered carbonara (Php50 or US$1), which he loved.

    My mom and sister-in-law ordered Baby Backribs, for Php115 (a little over US$2). My mom thought it was a little too sweet for her taste, but my sister-in-law loved it. When you order steaks, you have a choice between a cup of rice or two small scoops of mashed potatoes. My brother ordered a T-Bone steak for Php155 (about US$3).

    Don't forget their brownies and fudge bars. My choco-walnut fudge bar only cost me Php35 (less than US$1)! It's good, it's not too sweet. And it's served in a good size, too--not too small nor too big. My brother ordered a tiramisu for the same price. I like it, too.

    Choco Walnut Fudge Bar Baby Backribs and Cream of Mushroom Soup Halo Halo and Tiramisu
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    Arabela: Best Steak / Pasta in Town

    by arni_ph075 Written Jul 12, 2004

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    Arabela is a small cafe, around 20 person capacity, just an extension (ground floor) of the owner's house... Its the only air conditioned cafe/restaurant, a welcome break from the hot weather.

    The cafe offer steaks (sirloin,rib eye, porterhouse), pasta's, pizza, brownies, tacos and coffee (hot and cold). .

    Its self service, and very efficient, the male owner is the one that personally serve and manned the cashier..

    Ambiance is great, with Zen feel, you would hear sound of water rushing, :-) , also there are a lot of foreign tabloids, and fashion magazines available for browsing while waiting..

    Favorite Dish: For lunch, Ive ordered sirloin Steak, its yummy and already got mashed potato and mixes veggies, price is 90 pesos.

    For snacks, I love the pepperoni pizza, and the lasagna, its at 40 pesso only.. Great price, and its really delicious, home cooked meals..

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