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I believe it's the oldest restaurant in the area.
Serves good food.
you could also buy a few souvenirs and some homemade products.
You'll also find old photos of Philippine actors and actresses and / famous celebreties who have dined/visited the place.
We went here assuming that it will only be a restaurant but we were pleasantly surprised that they have an actual garden too. The food is delicious, especially their bagnet. We took a tour of their garden facilities with nursery where you can purchase plants....More
Good food at affordable price. Very nice ambiance. The place is clean and well maintained. The garden theme makes you feel at home. Some posters are quite humorous and will make you smile. Nice and friendly staff which are fast and efficient. I highly recommend...More
The Hidden Garden was a personal venture of a retired engineer, Mr. Francis Flores, and it started out as a sprawling garden. It was opened in1991 to the public, and a few years later, Mr. Flores added a cafe to serve refreshments to garden guests....More
Tbh, I wasn’t why it’s a tourist attraction. I mean, it’s just a restaurant surrounded by a lot of plants and buddhas. I think the lover’s lane is kinda cute tho. Overall, I think it’s just an okay spot. Not much to really see.
We had late lunch on this place. Nice ambiance and concept. Food was so-so. Mostly Filipino food. But place was crowded. It took 40-50 minutes to serve the food. They have garden area. Tiolets are nice. Parking was crowded too.