Best Fusion restaurants nearby. Discover the best Fusion food in Los Banos. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Fusion restaurants near you. including Satya Graha Cafe and Restaurant, Seoul Kitchen (Nadeuri Kitchen Foods), Bugong, Haraya, Danielito's Kitchen, The Plumbers Kitchen
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This mid-range restaurant (at least in Los BaÃ±os and for UPLB students) offers good food. Located inside the ES Plaza, it's at the back of some stores, you won't notice it right away. The signages will guide you. We've tried (with friends) almost everything that's available, and we can recommend the following: * Fried Sinigang * Boneless Bangus (but not-so boneless)* Crispy Diniguan * Spicy buttermilk chicken* Salted egg chicken And for the sweets, try an order of Smores! You'll love it! Price range -- P90 to P150 per meal. (This is cheap if you are coming from Manila)However, this place may not be friendly for vegans and vegetarians. But if you love chicken and pork, this is a place for you. Pay a visit if you have time. The Plumbers Kitchen is about 50 meters from the UPLB main gate.
Newly opened cafe and restaurant. We served native chicken and native pork dishes and wide variety of healthy and budget friendly meals for all ages.
Danielito's kitchen, being one of the newest restaurants set up in Los BaÃ±os, has an interesting concept wherein the dishes are not primarily under one culture. Their menu is composed of Filipino, European, American, and East Asian delicacies. However, the thing that enticed me to eat there recently was their unlimited korean barbecue promotion, which boasted unlimited samgyeopsal for Php 299 and unlimited galbisal for Php 399. Being a student, I personally found it to be aptly priced as it was not too expensive compared to other korean barbecue restaurants. Despite my issues with their waiting time and speed of service, problems that are understandable due to their lack of space and the quantity of their customers, the taste and quality of their food compensated for them. According to their employees, the lot of the current restaurant has been purchased, something I believe would greatly improve the quality of their service in the following years. As for more details regarding the food, I was immensely pleased with the authenticity of their samgyeopsal and lettuce, something that made me feel like I was in South Korea again. On the other hand, the rice, due to its lack of stickiness, could have been improved on as it was difficult to eat with chopsticks. Overall, the food was delightful and I hope to eat in Danieltio's Kitchen soon!
We are a fusion restaurant and artspace in one. We serve Spanish/Italian inspired artisan dishes and have the widest selection of wine and beer in the area. Aside from providing good food and drinks we inspire to elevate the art scene in Los BaÃ±os and in
I love Haraya. It has great atmosphere, with the art changing regularly, there is always something to catch your eye. The food is great. Tapas - delicious cheese, sausage, wings and more. I like to go here to catch up with my friends or have a date with my husband after the kids are asleep.. have a glass of wine and a beer. Sarap! Hi, Joanna! Thanks for the great review of Haraya! It is always a pleasure to hear that our guests enjoy our food, drinks, and place. See you again soon at Haraya! - Paul
4 based on 22 reviews
If you want Southeast Asian food that's fit for your budget, and will definitely fill your tummy, this is the restaurant for you. Try their JLC salad and poori pockets for a quick healthy snack. Or if you opt for rice meals, try their chicken meals with a side of plain or flavored rice. I will not recommend their penne pasta though, as it is too salty, and the meatballs does not complement the saltiness of the sauce. Otherwise, experience is great if you are on a budget.
4 based on 32 reviews
If there's one word that can describe this place, it's KPOP. The restaurant's overall ambience is cute, with music videos by various idols continuously playing in the background. The food here is definitely korean fusion, and frankly, not that special. I still come here though, but only for my weekly dose of kpop (and maybe some dessert).
4 based on 34 reviews
Satya Graha is best for vegetarians and vegans. They offer good organic and vegetarian dishes. This humble place is good for friends and couples who would want to try something new and unique. The Philippines is not a vegetarian- or vegan-friendly country. Places like this one is treasured. This is one of the places to visit here at Los BaÃ±os Laguna. Price range: PhP230 to PhP385 per meal. Must try: Vegetarian BBQ and lechon
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