I had the oysters rockefeller and the surf-and-turf degustation menu so that was quite a bit of food.
Good points: the complimentary wasabi oyster (which was divine) and the perfect oysters Rockefeller; possibly the best risotto in the QC area which came with the steak sampler; and the perfectly seared salmon.
Less-than-good points: the teeny tiny little soup espresso cup; and the bland dessert. I expect my crème brûlée's to be denser, and with a top you can crack with your spoon. The one I got was soft on top and of a thick pudding consistency.
Ninyo's prices are typical of a fine dining establishment, expect to pay more than PHP 1,000 per person if you go for at least an entrée and main each, even more if you add drinks and dessert. The degustation menu was PHP ~1,200 so that's a good bet if you don't know what you want to eat. Also, their special iced tea, while somewhat disappointing in size, was delicious.
I'd definitely go back to this place. Nearly missed it was I was driving past— it's hidden in the foliage in the same way Likha Diwa is, but thankfully the street numbers gave it away. And I quote, "Number 67... 65... where is 66?!" Though next time I'll try a different dessert.
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