Discover Restaurants offering the best Pub food in Camiguin, Mindanao, Philippines. Camiguin (Cebuano: Lalawigan sa Camiguin; Filipino: Lalawigan ng Camiguin) is an island province in the Philippines located in the Bohol Sea, about 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) off the northern coast of Mindanao. It is politically part of the Northern Mindanao Region of the country and formerly a part of Misamis Oriental province.
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4 based on 29 reviews
We ate here after reading the mostly excellent reviews on Tripadvisor, but it turned out to be a huge disappointment. Where to start? The path leading to the restaurant was pitch black, and quite hazardous in parts. The menu is old and tatty and needs a revamp as this does not create a favourable impression to the visitor. Items that had been removed from the menu had been crossed out by hand and it looked very amateurish. To be fair, the food was of good quality when it arrived, but unfortunately the service was so truly dire that it completely ruined our experience. We were the only party eating at the restaurant on this particular night so you might expect the service to be above average at the very least; but no - the staff spent most of their time on Facebook and on their mobile phones and completely ignored us. We sat with our empty plates for around 20 minutes and ended up with our daughter clearing the table herself by pointedly placing the dirty dishes on the bar. Even then the staff did not take the hint. The dessert (mango cheesecake) was delicious, but again we sat with uncleared dishes whilst the staff did their own thing. There were four staff in the restaurant that evening, but none of them appeared to be remotely interested. At one point, two of them sat eating at another table, whilst we waited for our bill.... and waited, and waited. It really was beyond a joke. This was the only restaurant on our island hopping trip to the Philippines where were were forced to pay a 10% gratuity - oh the irony! The worst service we've had, and the staff get an inclusive tip!!! When we finally managed to get our bill and pay it (with the inclusive service charge), we politely asked if they would be kind enough to phone us a tricycle to enable us to return to our accommodation some distance away. Initially this was met with hostile stares, and a completely unhelpful and disinterested attitude. It was only when my husband asked whether "the boss" was available (and was told he was not on site) that their attitude improved (slightly). At this point, they conveniently remembered the number of a local driver that could assist us. I really believe that the owner of this restaurant cares about the service his customers receive. The food is very, very good. But the service is appalling and the staff need to be spoken to and service improved upon. We left with a bad taste in our mouths and a tainted view of this place. What a shame. Tom, you need to take things in hand or your reputation will suffer and it's such a pity. Please take this review in the manner in which it is intended - for improvements to be made so that when you are absent from site, your staff do not take advantage by ignoring customers and offering a service that you yourself would not find acceptable.I would like to sincerely thank you for taking the time and effort to write such a truthful,helpful andconstructive review. I believe at the time of your visit my wife and I were in Singapore, not an excuse, just a fact. I must tell you that I am very disappointed in my staff, as the saying goes 'when the cats away the mice will play" I just never thought that it was a bad as your experience and I must find a way to try to acertain it does not happen again. It appears to me at this point that the very least is for me to remove the 10% gratuity, as these funds went 100% to our staff, Of the 4 staff, 2 of them have been working here for less than 3 months the other 2 for almost 3 years, I hope that I will not have to dismiss more than 2 personsWe will have a meeting this afternoon to discuss the details of this incidence and I will decide after the meeting and hearing what input they wish to contribute. As this has damaged my business (We have gone from the #3 Restaurant to #7 on Camiguin) I will be requesting ideas, plans with them on how they will assist in getting our ratings back in the top 3.I hope at some future date you will come by the Restaurant & introduce yourself and have a coffee with me. FYI our new menus arrived from Manila 2 days after we returned from Singapore,again you were right the old ones do not do our food justice.RegardsTom & Bida S.
Tried this place for dinner - located on the main road area of Mambajao with several other restaurants nearby. Tried the baby back ribs which were very good - a decent serving that I couldn't finish. My GF had the local Filipino style barbecue sticks which unfortunately were overcooked - I would say burnt ! were there in the off peak season but I would imagine that during high season it would be packed. An extensive menu to wade through.
Camiguin's Sunset Lounge inside Menado Island Resort, offers Chillout at the Pool with goosebump melodic Music. Lying comfortable with the closest view of White Island, the Sea and a breathtaking sunset, together with unique drinks and dishes.
This is the right place to relax, let your soul dangle and enjoy the beautiful sunset...a must for those who want to spend a nice time :) Right from the start we felt comfortable and welcomed. Their small but fine sunset terrace they have furnished with so much love and style, you can't help but feel comfortable! A really wonderful and respectful little family with a huge heart. Thank you very much for the wonderful stay that you made possible for us. and also thank you very much for your positive and cordial appearance that you passed on to us! we would be very happy if we could be your guests again when we come back to Camiguin, again and again :) Respect, love and only the best to all of you!
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