|the facade of the church|
|marker with says that the church was only built in 1939. all along i thought this was spanish era vintage|
|photo taken much later. people starting to arrive|
|a hole in the wall place|
|garden like environment|
The flooring was made of scattered white pebbles with flagstones of cut timber. The tables and chairs were also from cut trees and not what you usually find in restaurant. The eatery feels like your eating in a garden, with the walls covered in bamboos.
The menu was posted on the wall. All the silogs were priced the same (P60), noodles are priced at P80 per plate, and halo-halo ranged from P45 (regular) to P60 (special). We tried to order pansit canton but was told that it was unavailable. We also asked if they have hotsilog for Angel but unfortunately they were also out of it. We decided to order tapsilog for my wife and me and tocilog for Angel. There was nothing extraordinary with the food except that it was filling. The meat would have tasted better if it was cooked a little bit more and I don't understand why they had to put some sauce on it.
Nothing spectacular with the place except, as I said, for its layout and design. Next time we're in Paete, we'd probably try another place to eat. probably the chicken house across this place.