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We had several very good meals at this restaurant including dinner and breakfast. My wife and i were at this restaurant in November 2018. The restaurant is in the Acuatico hotel. The restaurant appears clean and the staff was very friendly. The food was good...and we enjoyed it very much. The selection was definitely adequate but not a large variety of selections. All of the food groups were represented but not a big selection in each group. It is served buffet style or made to order. Coffee, milk, juices, sodas and other drinks are included in the meal. I believe the meal is included with your hotel room price so i really don't know about prices. A very nice view of the ocean and pool from this restaurant.More
The resort is AWESOME.The view is simply breathtaking and such a sight to behold.
Staff are very friendly, welcoming and so thoughtful.
The hotel is clean, well maintained and very easy to find your way around.I like that the room doesnt feel cramped.
Food in...Oceano, is average EXCEPT for the Breakfast buffet which is very yummy, filling and tasty.During our visit they served Batangas tapaand several dried fish.That was so awesome😊 The rest of the meals we availed at Oceano is really just average so I do hope they can improve on this.More
Aquatico is one of the best meal in reasonable price,my family enjoyed the meals because different representations were there,ive love filipino delicacies at the buffet area.Attentive staffs and very friendly,too.
Stayed overnight in Acuatico to relax. The restaurant had a good dinner buffet with a good representation of Filipino food and traditional favorites. The beef bulalo soup was excellent and the pasta station had a good selection. The halo-halo station and pastries were a great...surprise. The best meal we had was at the breakfast buffet. There were 3 selections of fried salted fish, tapa, longonisa, goto nd Filipino breads and pastries. The coffee of course was the traditional barako. Our waiter Wilbert even had the barako made the traditional way. He also had the kitchen prepare the traditional tsokolate. We had a great and memorable meal. Exactly what a quick vacation should be.More