If not because of a Filipino musician’s liking for the originally Middle Eastern foods like kebab (grilled meat) and falafel (deep-fried ball), this one of the best-loved restaurants of the community in Los Baños in Laguna would have not existed. Since 2011, Chubby Habbi’s Mediterranean Grill has been offering foods inspired by the best of Mediterranean cooking.
Have a beautiful plump skin with Bulalo. Aviles Restaurant is famous for its Bulalo, a well-loved Filipino boiled soup made with beef shanks and beef marrow bones. The beefy soup is said to be good for the skin because it is rich in collagen. You may also add calamansi juice or soy sauce as desired. You can order a generous amount of tender meat in Bulalo for P 520.
Craving to drink something sweet? Then, drop by at this café! Enjoy the stunning view of Mt. Makiling from the terrace seats CEC Beanstalk Café is located at the 5th floor of The Green Glass Boutique Hotel. There aren’t any large buildings around the area so the unobstructed and stunning view of Mt. Makiling can be seen from its terrace seats. For only around P100, you can enjoy and choose from a wide variety of tasty large-sized drinks. Satisfy your thirst with tasty large-sized drinks at affordable prices You can savor both milky sweet cheese and sour blueberry flavors by ordering the Blueberry Cheese Frappe (P120). If you prefer mild […]
A chic café with delicious food at reasonable prices. The café’s interior design has a retro American feel Tabelle Diner Café is a retro American-style café that opened last November. Since then, locals and students have been patronizing it so every day here is a busy day. The cafe offers 13 kinds of Frappuccino. One is the bestselling Oreo Green Tea that has an excellent combination of lightly sweetened green tea and crushed Oreo cookies. There are also light meals available such as pastas, sandwiches and finger food or “pica-pica.” All items on the menu are available for less than P220. The delightful and affordable Oreo Green Tea. (P90) A […]
Old world charm, timeless cuisine. Calle Arco is a 70-year–old ancestral home that was converted to a restaurant in 2008. It’s the kind that reminds you of a relative’s home you used to visit in the province in your childhood, conjuring up images of warm relationships, home-cooked meals, and other nostalgic memories. Inside the restaurant are vintage pieces like the colorfully painted oars, a century-old piano, and other uniquely Filipino classic decors. There are some Spanish influences, as well as a vibrant feel with its bright pink walls inside. Vintage furnishing gives the restaurant an elegant, classic feel Calle Arco offers authentic Filipino home-style dishes with some infused with interesting […]