Discover the best restaurant in Angono, Philippines including Abe Serendra, Balaw Balaw Restraurant and Art Gallery, Vieux Chalet, Crescent Moon Cafe, Marison's, Yoree Korean Barbeque Dining - BGC, Isaw Haus, Salad Stop, The Bang Cafe, Ace International Buffet
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4 based on 360 reviews
I was craving for Filipino foods and was wandering around Serendra when a staff of one restaurant recommended us to try Abe.
I was so excited because I liked the Abe in Alabang so I am already expecting the true Pinoy selections here.
I am not disappointed because the service and the foods were copacetic.
We chose to sit in a cozy little corner and enjoyed our food.
I ordered Sigarilyas sa Gata at Hipon because I rarely see this in a restaurant; Knockout Knuckles which was really a knock out and of course not to miss the Klassik KareKare.
Due to excitement, I forgot to take photos of the foods we ordered but I can assure you they were really mouth-watering.
Did I mention that I was not feeling well that day?...I have no appetite when I devour those foods :D
4 based on 40 reviews
This restuarant is overrated. It offers exotic food such as ants soup and snails but the other main dishes tasteless. The rice was fine and a soup made with cow testicles and snails was ok the duck was bony and tasteless. The only interesting thing about this restuarant is the art collection in the second and third floor including alcohol
In a jar with a snake.
4 based on 84 reviews
In the dining room, we sat by the window to have a closer look and make sure we won’t miss any of the admirable view and the surrounded beauty. Serenely rustic elegant ambiance hugged the scene, with lots of family pictures and interesting displays and decors on the walls. Jackets and heavy clothing are not required as the restaurant is open-air and there’s no AC. When the sun went down, we saw the city in the great Panorama and enjoyed the breeze in the air. A jewel in Antipolo City, Vieux Chalet Swiss Restaurant is an epitome of feel-good, convivial fine dining. I hope its appeal never dims.
4 based on 39 reviews
With a koi pond and a small Fountain surrounded by trees, shrubs, and palms, this place is an oasis considering the noise and traffic just a few meters away. The place has a pottery shop and they sell some interesting and practical pieces like mugs, bowls and plates.
Sundays they serve buffet. Outstanding among the dishes is their pumpkin soup and the salad. The salad is served using alagao leaves which you use to wrap other condiments including a good shrimp sauce. The fish served is grilled with a special eggplant pâté. The vegetable served was a curried mixture of potato, eggplant, and others. Good dish.
In spite of all these, the buffet price of P600 is a bit steep. I guess if they added a couple more dishes or maybe throw in the first drink free, this perception may change. Another suggestion is for them to stock on wines and spirits. This could put them at par with other P600 per person buffet venues in the area. This is what keeps me from giving this place a 4.
On the other hand, I will definitely come back to this oasis in Antipolo. Courteous service, great ambience, and good food.
4 based on 92 reviews
Antipolo's number 1 local and homegrown restaurant. Savor Marison's own unique versions of traditional Filipino food. Enjoy a relaxing ambiance with friends and family only at Marison's.
This is located in the Robinson shopping mall. We dropped in on a Saturday afternoon about 3.00pm as a group of 9. Not quite empty.
We all had Halo Halo which was good. Service was cheerful and quick. Very clean. They don't take care payment.
Will go back as their menu looks interesting. Variations on the usual themes.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Yoree is one of the great concepts of Mr. Jin Kwon Oh, founder of Dining Story LTD., in Korea. Yoree, which means 'to cook' in Korea, treats customers to a smokeless grill, assuring a gastronomic experience anytime. It first opened its doors in the heart of Metro Manila last December 2013. It prides itself in serving authentic Korean dishes and finest prime meat for an authentic Korean dining experience. Visit Yoree at the Forum, Bonifacio Global City and Molito Lifestyle Complex, Alabang.
This is my first time in this restaurant, and this is a great korean restaurant that you must try with your love one's, Family or group of friends. Thank you To Mr. Matt for his good service to us, very accomodating and approachable staff of...MoreDear Ms. Karlene P, Thank you so much for recommending us and for choosing Yoree to dine at. All of us here and Matt are so grateful and looking forward on seeing you again with rest of your family and friends.
4 based on 24 reviews
If you want very affordable grilled foods like BBQ, Tonga, Isaw and the like, this is the place to go. Located along Ortigas Ave Ext in Taytay, this place offers other Filipino dishes aside from their grilled specialties. They also have several small "kubos" at the back for Barbara gathering. They also offer dome car wash service while you eat and dine. Your money will go a long way here!
4 based on 64 reviews
It was a great salad with many options. The price is comparable to us prices. It's in a great location but has ok customer service. Don't expect to be served, you will have to ask for them to work. Other than slow service it was good considering all the misses at other restaurants. I would go back again.
4 based on 5 reviews
Okay, I was attracted to the concept that this cafe is a LOCAL cafe. “Bang” is a local word that roughly translates to “excessive” or some superlative expression. And they have local cuisine which, for a local cafe, a great addition to their otherwise ordinary menu.
The ambience is laid back and relaxed. Service is very friendly albeit orders tends to come late and not in a logical manner e.g. appetizers before mains.
The tofu we ordered was okay. However the pasta was, well Filipino pasta - creamy and sweet. In fairness the cafe is not claiming to be serving “authentic” Italian dishes. The honey glazed chicken was just okay. One cannot go wrong with chicken. I had the bangus tapa - a rare dish nowadays. It was not cooked burnt brown so the dish did not have that “kick” one would expect after dipping the tapa in a dish of vinegar.
I do not usually (in fact this is the first time) come to Taytay and stop for lunch. If I do come back, I wouldn’t mind coming back.
5 based on 133 reviews
Food - There’s a wide variety of delicious dishes. Their shabu-shabu is also pretty decent. Moreover, they have unique Makis and rolls. Servers - Everyone’s nice and accommodating. They’re quick and responsive. Place - Clean, well lit, and spacious. There’s a clean restroom as well.Dear Darwin P, For every word you have said on your feedback really makes us smile. Thank you so much for sharing your experience here at the TripAdvisor Community. Looking for more positive experiences from all the guest. Best Regards, The Management
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