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.

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    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.

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    Jack fruit-infused Sinigang na Baka (P270)

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    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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