Another full on Tagalog post? Yeah, I know that this post’s title somehow made you think that but I am sticking to English. Besides, the dishes we had that day aren’t completely Pinoy dishes so I might not be consistent. So yeah, let’s go head to this corner (see what I did there 😉 ).
Situated at this corner (“kanto” in Tagalog) is this all-day breakfast restaurant. Dining style is of the al fresco type. I’m unsure if they have an airconditioned area but it adds to that dining experience. They had multiple seating and enough fans to cool their diners. I wouldn’t recommend dining here during the summer though. Maybe during night time or wee hours of the morning where the weather is bearable.
I was alarmed when I saw the caramel at the bottom. I guess, I had every right to be for I found this drink to be just sweet. It was lacking the coffee that I needed that day.
I had a taste of their Chicken Longganisa which was pretty good. It was best to have it with some vinegar. But their Honey Garlic Chicken was the dish that blew me away. It was so friggin’ good! It had this slight sweetness to it all thanks to that honey. It was so crispy and juicy on the inside. I can imagine and reminisce on its flavor as of writing. I MUST HAVE IT AGAIN. Hihihi 😀
As a dessert, we had their French Toast which was okay. For that price, it was yummy and cinnamony.
And I really want to go back here! There are other dishes that I want to try such as their Chocnut Champorado with Tuyo and Ube & White Chocolate Ganache Pancakes. And yes, more of that Honey Garlic Chicken! I didn’t mind the slight heat coming in. Good thing it wasn’t hot that day. In terms of service, it was okay. Most servers were busy attending other diners. But for the price, I feel that I should be paying more for the prices of their dishes. I can’t believe that it was priced at that point yet having it taste that good. Really value for money and worth coming back to 🙂