Reviews on European food in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines. Dumaguete /duːməˈɡɛtɛ/, officially the City of Dumaguete, (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Dumaguete; Filipino: Lungsod ng Dumaguete), or simply as Dumaguete City, is a 3rd class city in the province of Negros Oriental, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 131,377 people.
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Enticing relaxed atmosphere. Downstairs attractive for lovers, upstairs ideal for larger groups. And the food? Well, it is terrific - paella or pizza or pasta or well known Italian or Spanish dishes. Upstairs is especially fun for the ladies - they can dress up in various costumes, take selfies - interesting and fun!
Great food, nice atmosphere, I recommend for those who like good European food. Service and price fantastic.
3 based on 23 reviews
We've eaten here several times in the past and were always pretty satisfied. This time, however, we were quite disappointed. Being a vegetarian, I ordered French Onion Soup, A Caesar Salad without Bacon and Anchovies on the side for my husband, and RÃ¶sti with Cheese. The soup tasted like instant boullion, so that ruined it for me. The salad was tasteless and watery. My RÃ¶sti was such a disappointment considering they are supposed to be a Swiss restaurant. I requested for Appenzeller cheese on top, so I was expecting it to come out like it came from MarchÃ©, instead, they topped it with tiny bits of cheese and toasted this to a crisp I felt like I was eating a Parmesan biscuit. My companions ordered Coq au Vin and Pad Thai. The Coq came very late and was not good, and came with a side of cold, hard rice. The Pad Thai was requested non-spicy but came extremely spicy we had to return it. Overall, I was truly disappointed. It felt as if they struggled to expand their menu too much that they lost what they truly were meant to be. And I loved this place before. But I don't think I will be eating here again anytime soon.
3 based on 59 reviews
Bogarts is one of my favorite places on the strip. The resto/bar facing the beach is laid back and unassuming. The alcohol is fairly priced--service prompt and accurate. They also have some excellent eats (try the chili con carne!). The white wine (an Austrian wine) is one of the best BTG wines you'll find in this little 'burg!!!He's also opened a separate more upscale bar next door--try it!
3 based on 265 reviews
still very happy with their restaurants, deli and daytime servicestheir disco sucks. sadly this time the music was great, but there was a repeating of allowing groups of young single men to get drunk and loud and even a little threatening.this is our third experience now and our last since we will no return to this disco againthe rest of why not we still endorese heartily
4 based on 75 reviews
Ciao Bella is Italian Restaurant and Bar. We have air-conditioned dining room and open air bar beside.
We ate here in 2015. Under the original owner, horrible. But he is deceased. The new owner has an excellent chef - at least based on one dish, she is excellent, well almost. The dish, mousaka, was one of three specials for the day. All the ingredients perfect, especially the super fluffy potatoes. BUT, she used the small Philippine bell peppers, not the larger. The Philippine ones have a tough skin that tastes and feels like the cellophane wrapping candy. Yech. I look forward to returning to Ciao Bella, but no bell peppers! Oh, excellent desert too!
4 based on 110 reviews
In the heart of Dumaguete City Flip-Flops Restobar is proud to offer a wide range of food from local Filipino dishes to American and European cuisines. We also offer a great variety of drinks including Cold Draught Beer, imported/local spirits, cocktails
I have eaten breakfast at many restaurants in Dumaguete; and, as far as I am concerned this IS the go to place for an excellent western breakfast. I had the "Hungry Man Breakfast." Two eggs; two large sausages; a generous serving of bacon; hash browns; baked beans; toasted French bread with a generous portion of butter and jam; and a large mug of brewed coffee (about 2 1/2 cups). I had a second mug of coffee for a very reasonable up charge!
4 based on 325 reviews
A Taste of Authentic Italian Cuisine, PIZZA ALA ROMANA, PASTA ALA TOSCANA, GELATO ICE CREAM, CAPPUCCINO/ESPRESSO and a few Filipino Dishes, Seafood and Hamburger to please all palates.
My husband and I live near Dumaguete City and have visited Pasta King at least once a week and many times more often than that. This past May was my birthday. After we finished our meal, I remembered that they give away a dessert on your birthday. I asked for mine from a staff that knows us well. She asked for our ID's and then went to ask about our free dessert. She returned to the table and said that the free dessert only applied to those not on a visitors Visa. WHAT??? You know us, we live here and eat at your restaurant often! Well that did not change their minds. On that day, I said I would not return to this restaurant nor would I encourage others to do so. So disappointed that they do not understand some rules can be broken with the right discretion.Dear Maâam,I am very sorry to hear on what had happen to your birthday last May.I have asked my staff if they can still remember this incident month of May, but no one can recall.We usually have Promos and Discounts, some exampleâ¦One is the âBIRTHDAY DESSERT PROMOâ this supposed to be you want to avail. With this promo any Pasta King Dinners can avail for as long as you Dine in on your birthday. Just let the waitress know that itâs your birthday and present your I.D. with the birth date on it. We are gladly to give a sliced of cake with a candle and sung on your birthday. We always wanted happy memories on your birthday with us.Second is Senior Citizen discount which is mandatory, with ages 60 years old above for Filipinos and Foreigners with permanent resident/visa. You can avail the 20% discount by presenting 1 of any valid I.D., Senior Citizen I.D., Phil. Government I.Dâs with birth date and for Foreigners are need to present permanent Visa, Filipino/Dual Citizen I.Dâs. or Philippine Senior Citizen I.D.Our cashier might thought that you are asking for a senior citizen discount with your Tourist/visitor Visa, this is usually happen to us. Tourist Visa is not valid for discount of Senior Citizen. Our staff can only recall foreign customers asking Senior Discount using I.Dâs of Tourist/Visitor Visa which are not valid to avail the senior discount. This is only my speculation that the cashier and waitress had miscommunication that the tourist I.D. presented was for the âBirthday Promoâ not for the Senior Discount . Itâs a miscommunication between the cashier and the waitress who served you. It was our mistake. I and Pasta King Staff sincerely apologize for our poor understanding and inconvenience that we had caused you. We are very sorry. We hope that we can clear our misunderstanding and we really appreciate if you and your husband can come again. We hope to see you again.Sincerely,Raquel and the Staff
4 based on 507 reviews
our guest had fried pork with rice and ate it all. wife had curried chicken and ate half. it was a yellow sauce and i concede a remote curry flavor. i had the special chimichanga with chips and tortilla soup. the chimichanga was about the size of half of a softball and completely soggy. the lettuce was limited and not crispy. i do not know if any of the serving was meat, i could not tell. the corn chips were tough and chewy which is a universal problem in the philippines. if you want crispy chips you have to buy a bag of tostitos at lee plaza. the cheese is also awful, only soft cheese or cheese sauce. they do not know hard cheese here. no chili, no cumin, no cilantrothe iced tea was good and so was the johnny black. the view of the harbor and walkway is good here. traffic is pretty heavy so do not eat outside if the wind is onshore. out tab was 1500 pesos plus tip. service was greatnearly 500 of our bill was two shots of jb. you can eat much better food at nevas at least twice and maybe three times for the same money, but no view there.if you are a tourist fine, if you live here, slit your wrists firsthi john thanks for the comments on our service but let me just a bit explain about the food yes the curry is yellow curry and it says it clear on the menue and the chimichanga was a lunchspecial with soup salad free icetea and main for 270 peso and was with chicken tomatoesalsa and cheesesauce your right but it was american nachocheesesauce if you want hardcheese we have available and your jb was doubleblack thanks but i need also to comment to inform our other guests about facts
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