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How the hell did this place ever get any recommendations at all? A friend (apparently with a alead tongue) referred us to this resto in Powerplant and it failed on so many levels. Why bother to put a chef's name on there? Has he tasted...the food? Save your money and go somewhere else...anywhere else. Tried 4 dishes recommended by our server ... all were terrible. This definitely was a first and last.More
We love wooden spoon! When its 1st door open along Katipunan Avenue infront of Ateneo, we are one of the people I guess, na, na-addict talaga, we kept on coming back, almost every weekend. Apparently, it is no longer there anymore, but, they now expanded...and number of Wooden Spoon available within the Metro and, super happy kme for them! We always reco this place amongst our friends or visitors from the US. Definitely GREAAAT, YUMEEH, DELICIOUS, QUALITY FILIPINO FOOD!More
I used to live in a condo just beside this small restaurant. The servings are such that you can order, at least, three dishes and get to taste a variety of food that the place can offer. The prices are very reasonable. The dishes are...mostly Filipino with a twist. Parking is a problem, though.More
I joined my parent for lunch for the first time. Found out it was amazing foods and good price. For the second time I enjoyed eating with my family then I invited my old friends for lunch for the third time. My friends from states....They like this foods here. Very delicious and good price. I encourage the tourists to try to taste them and not too much expensive but cozy place. Have other branch better and amazing foods. 👍🏻More