We drove all the way to Banaue (part of Quezon City, which I rarely frequent nowadays unlike before) to try this resto of an acquaintance of ours. They have access to great meat, and good bread, hence the opening of the restaurant. Still in its soft launch, it is barely noticeable with a lack of signage (coming soon!). But we did find it.
Upon arrival, we were greeted with meat. There prepared on our tables were baby back ribs. The menu spoke of the variety of the cuisine. There were the ribs, steak, bibimbap, tapa, etc. The one thing in common was it is supposed to be “comfort food” from, I am guessing, a lot of corners in the world. But everything is a bit familiar, with the rice and ulam (viand) combination that Filipinos are so accustomed to.
The food was plentiful, and as opposed to giving a play by play, I ‘ll rate per pic! 🙂
The one great thing about this place is despite the seemingly pricey options, the prices are manageable enough! Enjoy!