A haven of exquisite international dishes in a sleepy laidback island. A very good surprise for foodies on the prowl. A Very photogenic little piece of valhalla
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Our first meal during our first time in Camiguin was here for a very late lunch. We sat at the table outside facing the ocean and the sea breeze was made more intoxicating by the magic the chefs were cooking up in their open kitchen....More
Good quality food but the portions are a bit small and the prices on the high side. It is a nice change from the usual pizza's or Filipino food.
I was a bit disappointed at the price I was paying, at first, not to have a bar fridge or flatscreen TV in my room. But after a couple of days here I realised that this is a place to chill out. It is away...More
Thanks Paul--quick update, bar fridges have just been installed for all villas. As you correctly surmised, the omission of TV is intentional. Who needs the food channel when you can experience it for yourself, why watch national geographic when it's right in front of you?...More
This is the best food we have eaten in the Philippines! Delicious Asian food, freshly made! The dishes are special and interesting! And the Vietnamese coffee is amazing! Offcourse the staff are great and the place is really nice with a great view! It should...More
In the groove of the farm to table trend but not so stuck up about it. Eating here is about taking it slow and sifting your thoughts while tending to your palate.
Great Food! We just called for delivery.i would have wanted to be there but can't leave. I requested a little modification on the food's spicy tickle and voila... they just made it happen. Everything was wonderful with a lemony twist - kalamansi tart- for dessert....More
I spent three weeks in Camiguin and I visited the restaurant several times always for having dinner with friends. The place is great surrounded with rice fields. They specialized in Asian cuisine and I tried several dishes: pad thai (pork and shrimps), viertnamese bun and...More