The Nachos and Quesadillas were fine. The kitchen obviously sources fresh ingredients and uses imported seasoning, but the preparation is just okay. The portions are generous, but overall, it pales in comparison to more skilled Mexican restaurants in Manila, like El Chupacabra, Chihuahua, or Ristra's.
Back when Tia Maria's was the only game in town, so to speak, Badladz might have stood out, on its own merits. But with so many options back home in Manila, this place just seemed over-priced and disappointing.
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