|Lechon Chami Php70|
First of all, my favorite lechon chami seemed alien to me. I used to order this all the time as the texture produced by noodles, meat, and chicharon was just exquisite. I may have tried this a dozen times already. Sadly though, the way it was cooked during my last visit was bland and boring. I don't normally put additional condiments to my food like soy sauce and calamansi, etc. but that faithful day, I had break away from that routine. I just hope that if fate permits and I find myself ordering the same meal, it would be just the way I enjoyed it before.
|Lechon Lomi Php70|
But of course I gave them the benefit of the doubt. However, all four of my companions weren't too happy with their meals either. Even the guys weren't able to finish their Lechon Lomi and with the company I keep, that's really saying something.
The Adobo is mediocre for me but a lot of people loved it. This may be because I prefer Adobo cooked twice (drained and crispy unlike traditional Adobo).
Another usual favourite of mine is pork giniling. This is something similar to the arroz ala cubana but taste quite differently in some way. I was not able to take a bite during this time but would definitely try it sometime.
I still firmly believe that their Tapang Taal taste awesome. So I better stick to this the next time we eat here.
Hmm, the garlic fried rice tasted great though :)
Price Range: Php70 up
Verdict: What Happened?
Landmark: Lipa Bus Stop