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3.5 based on 6 reviews
There aren't a lot of options in the small village of Mariveles, but this place serves decent Chinese food and cold beer. There were a few vegetarian dishes, but don't count on tofu being available. The server also had no idea what vegetarian or "no meat, no fish" meant, and initially steered me toward the beef balls? Anyways, I had an order of the steamed cua pao (plain, no meat) and the broccoli with garlic. The cua pao was actually really good - it looks like it might be bland and tasteless, but it actually had a sort of addictive subtle flavor. The green tea served was quite good. Everyone else in my group had meat and seafood and they were quite happy with the food. Probably one of the better places in Mariveles, though I haven't tried that many yet.
3 based on 5 reviews
While the service at the restaurant was beyond reproach, the food itself, a virtual copy of the Max's Restaurant menu, was just okay. I ordered a barbecued chicken with java rice and it tasted pre-cooked and reheated. Which would explain why a grilled chicken dish was served so fast. The other food we ordered throughout our stay was okay, but nothing to write home about. I hope the food quality some day matches the service quality.
2 based on 4 reviews
This place does not offer brewed coffee. When I ordered a cup of coffee, it was instant with sugar, which was already added. A good thing is that a waitress immediately made again instant coffee without sugar when I complained. Usually the grade I put is 1, but since it was air-conned, which was rather unusual in Mariveles, I put 2
3 based on 2 reviews
The restaurant is quite big. It can accommodate many people, so the factories and your department can make a party here. It has a stage and a roof. So do not worry as far as there is electricity in the city. Taste? Do not ask me.
1 based on 1 reviews
Mariveles has a long way to go. This is a franchise, so the taste must be the same everywhere. The pizza seems to be heated by the microwave or somehow, i.e., not crispy. Could be fine if you take it away with you and put it in your house's oven for a few minutes before eating.
3 based on 5 reviews
2 based on 1 reviews
This place is good for a small group. This offers karaoke as well. The food is ok with reasonable prices. 2nd floor is air-conned, and they can accommodate a big group on the 3rd floor.
4 based on 4 reviews
We usually go to Meksi Coffee for lunch or dinner. Nothing very special here or any food worth highlighting for, although most dishes usually are flavorful but then they come with a fairly higher price. I usually order the Cheese Hungarian platter (either with garlic rice or pasta), a slice of carrot cake and green mango shake.
3.5 based on 18 reviews
We were en route to camaya coast and we passed by this place so we tried it out because we were famished. Their food taste average. Probably the best in the area because we were unable to see other competition. They have an area like fast food that offers silog, lugaw, pansit, burgers and etc. and they have a place with real cooking and they also hace a place for drinking that overlooks the sea. The fast food place has really good deal with its price as their pansit is only 40 pesos and has good taste. Their silog meals are only 61. We had merienda here and was satisfied. After checking out in camaya, we tried the real cooking area and their price. We tried their food hoping that it would match the price but sadly its just average. Anyway, our opinion may be different than yours.
2 based on 2 reviews
I ordered sisig. I ordered beer, but it did not come immediately. Garlic toast, came first, but need to want sisig. Hard to go up and down stairs. After eating, I vomited in my house. I do not know why.
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