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With the Kanin Club, its all about the food. We saw that there were a lot of people on an ordinary weekday, and it certainly speaks well of the place.
The food is Filipino with a twist. We ordered crispy liempo, and noticed that it was in the appetizer section. When it arrived, we knew why, it was like chicharon, but nevertheless it went well with the rice.
I ordered brown rice, and rice for my companion, and it was truly worth it. The pork salpicao was soft and juicy, and just right. The Thai salad was divine. The nuts in the Thai salad were a good contrast to the rest of the ingredients. I thought there will be some "bagoong" (shrimp paste) but it was still quite good
Other dishes to come back for are the sinigang, and the crispy dinuguan. Yum. Maybe in time for halloween.
It was well worth the trip, although there is another branch in Westgrove, Alabang
Favorite Dish: My favorite dish from the restaurant is the Thai Mango Salad. it really went well with our other orders, like the crisply liempo and the pork salpicao. It was my first time to try this type of salad, and I was really satisfied. The strips of mango were really good along with the rest of the ingredients. Somehow this was made more special put all together.
Written Oct 15, 2012
Address: Paseo De Sta. Rosa, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
If you were to ask me what this means, I would say Thank you, Thank you or Thank you for the friendship or Thank you friends ;)
We have wanted to eat here since we frequented Nuvali, but when the waterway started its renovation, we would just go to the glasshouse area so our plans became of naught.
Yesterday, we were blessed by having a chance to eat there. When we arrived it was not open yet, but one of the employees entertained us and chatted with my mom. They conversed in Cebuano (Visayan LANGUAGE...variants of it are dialects).
I was not aware that this was the "sister" or "brother" company of Oki-Oki(well, oki means in the middle of the ocean), a Japanese restaurant I have tried at the Mall of Asia.
The servers were nice and since it was still very early, we were the only clients there. I was able to take some wacky photos, that I don't think would win, but I submitted anyways. =p
Favorite Dish: We just had some sashimi, sushi, glass noodles, yakitori don, liver nira itame, niji rolls, unagi california maki, iced teas, house teas, and water. So far, so good!
We love everything we ordered.
Cash and Major Credit Cards are accepted
Written Nov 24, 2011
Address: Solenad, Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
Phone: +632 - 2151959
"Wherever I go I would wonder if they would have a Serenitea branch and such thoughts played in my head the first time I went to Nuvali. There is a variant of Serenitea drinks that is suitable for certain types of people...if one is fond of milk teas, there are flavors that will satisfy their discriminating tastes. If one prefers citrus drinks, then they would be happy to find a flavor or several flavors that would suit them. I love almost all variants and sinkers...I look for Serenitea everywhere I go, and I always become sad if I could not find it "there". I'm so glad that there are more branches now to quench my thirst and uplift my spirit whenever I am down...and every drink is a cause of celebration too. Wow...I really love "MY" Serenitea ♥♥♥♥♥" (Because of this I won a Serenitea mug and PhP300.00 worth of gift certificates)
This particular branch has a welcoming feel. I can now say that it is my favorite, but I love all branches.
It also gives a romantic atmosphere and I think it would be nice to have a date here while drinking different tea concoctions or maybe, I could bring a laptop here to work.
It is also very clean and lovely to look at.
There's a Serenitea flavor for every mood I have...I love everything!
Written Nov 24, 2011
Address: Solenad 2, Nuvali, Sta. Rosa, Laguna
The place is very "attractive" and for that reason it was the first ever restaurant we tried at Solenad 1, Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna.
We're still trying the other restos, but we will definitely be back.
John Bamboo is part of the Red Crab family, just like our favorite that is sleeping, Fish Out of Water. If Fish Out of Water was sort of a Filipino restaurant, John Bamboo is generally Indonesian in theme.
The food is good and the taste is competitive.
It's really hard to determine if its more expensive than all the restaurants in the province of Laguna because there are many places in Laguna that have low cost eateries and stuff, but if I would compare it to the other restaurants in Nuvali, it's just about average.
We were served well and I must say, sincerely too!
Favorite Dish: I love Indonesian food, so I guess, except those we're allergic to, we love everything...and everything is worth trying.
If I could name a favorite, then it's their drink cum dessert called Soup Buah. It's an Indonesian Fruit dessert that is so refreshing that it quenches your thirst and satisfies your need for dessert at the same time.
Written Oct 4, 2011
Address: Solenad1, Nuvali, Santa Rosa, Laguna
Phone: (02) 861-9563
My review about the hotel where this is in and how we discovered the place
The minute we entered the simple, but welcoming place, we knew that we did not make a mistake. Yes, we've seen better places, but the place is clean and the people are friendly.
The food did not disappoint either.
The chef even went out of his way to check on us...if we were enjoying our food or not.
We told them in advance about our allergies and they gladly accommodated our needs.
There's no service charge if you're just dining in. Only those who would avail "room service". Since it's the Philippines, cash is good, but please do it with a smile, because they have beautiful smiles.
Favorite Dish: They serve Japanese and Korean cuisine and I must say, they are mouthwatering. I'll post a few of the pictures(only five can fit).
Written Oct 3, 2011
Address: Makiling Heights Subdivision, Lalakay, Los Baños,
Phone: +63(49)8272866; +63(2)5208380
We never fail to have lunch at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan sa Bay because we like their value for money food fare. Kamayan sa Palaisdaan...
specializes in grilled freshwater fish,pork belly & chicken;
offers a variety of sizzling plates like gambas & sisig;
wide choice of drinks- Fresh fruit or coconut juice,soda,iced tea,beer;
delicious desserts- Halohalo (sherbet mixed with sweetened fruits,beans,custard,etc)
We like the nice ambience:
Tranquil atmosphere is a welcome respite from the tiring trip;lush greens are ideal for either resting/relaxing or even energizing;
Nice,friendly,attentive waiters (though during peak season,it is understandable that they become slow in serving your orders);
Many interesting things to explore and videotape/shoot while waiting for your food;
You have a choice of the floating cabanas, huts or the dining hall with nice native design.
Favorite Dish: Grilled liempo(pork belly), grilled tilapia & catfish, eggplant or green mango salsa, "sisig", catfish in coconut cream w/ yellow ginger & mustard leaves, much, much more...
Updated Jun 27, 2010
Address: Bay, Laguna
RSM Lutong Bahay restaurants are a familiar sight in national highways of different provinces. They serve local foods with a distinctive homecooked (lutong bahay) taste. The food is showcased ala-fastfood style, but your choice of food will be served to you on the table by waiters. Interior decoration is native-inspired. Safe, guarded parking is a plus. So-so customer service.
Their location is very convenient. You can stop by for meal and use of their CR before entering ((northwards) or just after exiting (southwards) the expressway.
Favorite Dish: "Binalot" (Steamed rice topped with your choice of dish, w/ boiled egg and fresh tomato, wrapped in banana leaves)- we usually have chicken-pork adobo as topping
"Halabos na Hipon" (Unlike the usual "halabos" which is just stir-fried w/ salt & pepper, their version has tiger prawns stir-fried with sweet-chili sauce)
Updated Sep 19, 2009
Address: Brgy. Real, Calamba, Laguna
Cool, clean and beautiful resto bar that offers good-tasting food at reasonable prices and excellent service...this is how I remember Ralphjoy's Resto Bar. It surely made a good impression on us on our family's first visit:-)
Favorite Dish: Adobo, lechon kawale, and beef steak were very delicious. Their halohalo is great for dessert although it has less ingredients than Exotic Restaurant and Kamayan sa Palaisdaan. It has just the right sweetness: not too sweet; not too bland. The ingredients were of good quality; prepared in just the right amount.
Written Aug 22, 2009
Address: Brgy. Bambang, Nagcarlan
Phone: (049) 8071259
Exotik Restaurant is a Hall of Famer for being the cleanest and most beautiful landscaped restaurant in Laguna. Aside from its exotic foods, it has an impressive collection of flowering and ornamental plants, 5 huge pythons, monkeys, rabbits, tropical fishes, exotic birds, a swimming pool, souvenir shop with Paete wood carvings & unique wooden bags, and a Cave TV Bar (inspired by KTV). Their restrooms are beautiful and clean:)
Favorite Dish: We've been to Exotic Garden Restaurant only twice. The first time, we had late lunch. We weren't adventurous enough to try their snake and reptile recipes. We had the usual native dishes like "inihaw" (grilled), "sinigang" (Sour soup w/ vegetables and meat or fish) and "ginataan" (chicken or fish cooked with coconut cream and some vegetables). They all tasted good.
This last weekend, we went there for merienda, and had "halo-halo" and leche flan. Their "halo-halo" which had grated cheese topping instead of icecream, and was served on a special cup made of coconut shell was soooo delicious. They didn't scrimp on ingredients, unlike other restaurants that had more crushed ice than assorted sweets. Exotik "halo-halo" had just enough crushed ice to make it cold, had more milk than the usual, had much ingredients which included gelatin, sweet potato, red beans, "ube" (yam) jam, caramel, pinipig, and sweetened "saba" (cooking banana).
Updated Apr 22, 2009
Address: National Hi-way, Brgy. Longos, Kalayaan, Laguna
You'll feel at home when you see Jollibee & McDonalds and even Chowking. You need not worry where you'll take your meals, as your favorite burger meals and other fastfood fare are all there.
Favorite Dish: At Jollibee & McDo, hamburgers & fries, of course. Siomai & other Chinese food @ Chowking
Updated Dec 13, 2008
Address: Sta. Cruz,Laguna