Discover Restaurants offering the best Asian food in Lipa City, Batangas Province, Philippines. Lipa (Tagalog pronunciation: [liˈpaʔ]), officially the City of Lipa (Filipino: Lungsod ng Lipa), is a first class component city in the province of Batangas in the Philippines. It is one of the three cities in Batangas aside from Batangas City and Tanauan. It is located 78 kilometres (48 mi) south of Manila and is the most populous city of Batangas with a population of 332,386 people according to the 2015 census.
Things to do in Lipa City
Advenchurros Cafe serves freshly made Churros, brews coffee using Syphon, and creates refreshing Taiwanese Bubble Tea and Milk Tea. We are also serving pita pocket sandwiches and corndogs. You can also just sunk your teeth in our sweet and eye capturing c
Churros served hot and fresh! Milk tea is one of my favorites. A must try when you visit in Lipa âï¸â¤ï¸
Just a small nook that you won't notice since it is located across De La Salle Lipa and so people might think it it just one of those places offering student budget meals. Technically it is, but worth visiting by people from all walks of life - from students to professionals.The name speaks for itself since their servings come with a heap of rice topped with choices of grilled chicken, pork or fish and then customers will just have to pick among the wide choices of sauces. Their iced tea also comes in a big tumbler so this really differentiates them from the stereo-typed student budget meals.I like their hot wings. One serving is good to be shared by 3-4 persons and it's less than 100 Pesos. You should try this on your next visit to Lipa City. Since the city is well known for Lomi, noodles in thick sauce, you can't miss Big Belly's because it is right beside Lomi King in Lipa City.
4 based on 13 reviews
situated along the stretch of national highway in the province of Batangas is this restaurant which offers some of the most craved Filipino dishes. Since this restaurant is highly accessible, you will find the counters always full of people lining up to select their sought-after dishes and pick them up altogether. usually, people come in droves that's why you will often find their area crowded. ingredients for their dishes are often fresh and you get the best- tasting Maliputo fishes used for several dishes.we, at times, prefer to go in this restaurant because their dishes provide and create a different type of appetite rather than go to fast food chains which litters the adjoining cities. there is ample space for parking and they have the upper floor for some other functions.
3 based on 26 reviews
This is a classic place known to all locals. They serve good food in the same place as they have for the x number of years. Although there is wear & tear obviously, the place is clean. You will enjoy the ample parking and the pasalubong corner. Be sure to try their chopseuy and krispy pata. The shimp dishes were likewise yummy!
4 based on 13 reviews
Food is good but not exceptional. Ordered lechon kawali: nothing extraordinary ; stir-fry veggies: very ordinary.Service was fast enough but servers are not attentve. Gave us the bill when we didn't ask for it and we're just starting to eat..There are other more affordable local restos.
4 based on 12 reviews
The food is good but service and place needs improvement. Food takes a little bit longer than average serving time and the floors are dirty. The food is great though, especially the krispy kare kare. If you are not really particular with dirty, disgusting floors and sticky tables then the food is worth it.
We stoped by Publiko for lunch before heading to our resort destination. The food served were all delicious especially the wagyu salpicao. Soo tender and juicy. The price is also very affordable. They have an airconditioned room and al fresco. People can choose whether they want to sty inside or outside. There is also a bar, probably opens around 6pm.
4 based on 32 reviews
Not so happy about its regular food that is expensive. When in Lipa (for foreign tourists) you are better off in a sidewalk eatery or a palengke food place. Eat what the locals do. The prices here are, I believe, expensive for what is offered.
4 based on 64 reviews
The atmosphere is great, had an ample of parking area at the back, offer other menu other than lomi. Other than lomi, a must try is lechon chami.
4 based on 68 reviews
I love everything from their Bulalo, sinigang to shakes and desserts. You can go here to celebrate birthdays and have many guests because the place is spacious. They renovated. They still have the huts for reception venues and others
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