The place is a favorite among the locals since the prices are quite reasonable and the place can easily be reached. It serves basically Chinese and Filipino dishes.
The last time we went there was last Maundy Thursday and the place was almost full, aside from those waiting for take-outs. I guess one reason for it being full is people doing the Visita Iglesia drop by to have their lunch.
Very hungry from our travel which took us from Paranaque to Kawit, Cavite passing by Cavitex, Alabang-Zapote Road and SLEX,before finally reaching Sta. Cruz, Laguna, we immediately ordered our lunch. We ordered miki-bihon, buttered chicken and litson kawali, rice and 1.5 liter soda. After about 20 minutes wait, our order finally arrived.
The first to arrive was pancit miki-bihon special (P75). The noodles look more like bihon-canton. The pancit we usually ordered at the office during occasions tastes better. However, it's got lots of toppings including shrimp, liver, pork, squid and veggies. And for the price, I can't complain.
If you happen to arrive in Sta. Cruz, Laguna at meal time, I would suggest you have your lunch there before proceeding to your final destination. There are a number of fast food restaurants near the church inside the town, like Chowking, Mcdonald's, Jollibee and Greenwich Pizza but you still need to take another jeep going there or face the traffic and parking problems if you bring your own vehicle.