We so love the place and the food. The ambiance is so homey.We highly recommend it to our other friends.
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Everytime i want a taste of comfort, i come here. It is a house turned restaurant full of native products and delicacies. My favorite things to order are the humba, bacalao, monggos, and fried fish. They also serve "binignit" on Fridays, which always runs out...More
I'm looking for a restaurant that serves salad that I came into this place. I Google it and first in the list was Abaseria. What I love about the place was how it was design. Its like you are in a store surrounded by variety...More
This is a very small restaurant cum gift shop with only 3 or 4 dining staff. The filipino food like crispy lapu lapu fish, the best laing ( taro leaves cooked with pork and coconut milk crushed with chili), bacalao with a lot of crushed...More
From the moment you walk through the doors, you know this will be a great experience. They decor is tasteful as are the unique variety of foods. The owner Carmella and her staff make the dining experience outstanding. Don't miss this hidden gem.
Its a hidden jewel, and its great. The food is exelent, the ambiente pleasing the service personal and kind ..and the prices are resonable.. actually.. way to resonable for the quality and the exelence of there quinine.. this was the best food i got while...More
To summarize everything that I experienced today with Abaseria: Great food, a very nice and accommodating staff and a wonderful ambiance. What more can you ask for? They also sell Philippine delicacies and other trinkets. The place has this home-y vibe and they can only...More