November 24, 2015

Calle Arco Restaurant

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  • 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 ingredients like the Sinigang na Baka with jack fruit, giving it a distinct flavor. Other classics offered include the Kare-Kare, Pinakbet, Lechon Kawali, Pork Sisig, among many other local favorites.


    Jack fruit-infused Sinigang na Baka (P270)


    Paco Salad with Kesong Puti (P130)

    Complementing the ambiance and the menu are the piano performances held every weekend between 6pm and 9pm.

    Relive the historic past through a period setting and heritage cuisine at Calle Arco.

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