We came 2nd of Jan, first impression was great as it looked very native and was a "floating" restaurant.
We ordered seafood pinakbet, grilled squid, lechon kawali and garlic rice. Everything was lovely but the kawali. It was dry and tasteless, as if they re-used the oil to cook it in. But overall it was a great experience.
The air was cool. The service was great. Food arrived fairly fast. The halo halo was tasty and had lots of ingredients! They also serve filtered/mineral water when you ask for normal water.
There is a nice fishing area and you can hire their boats too.
The toilets were clean too.
Will definitely come back again!!
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