Hubby and I decided to dine-in here on a Saturday night to try their selection of Filipino foods. We decided to try their lechon, and ginataang langka (both dishes are inclusive with unlimited rice, which is enticing).
The lechon, although in a good serving size that could be shared by 2 persons, turns out to be not a good letchon. The letchon is too dry, not the expected oily and fatty letchon... fats (the best part of letchon) are all gone, but seems not a freshly made letchon.
However, the ginataang langka is good! It taste like Bicol Express, without the spicy taste, and instead of using full meat, they use langka (which is good), I ate more rice coz of this.
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