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Ate lunch here and and we had seafood. Calamares, ceviche, lobster and more. They all tasted good and cooked well. Kudos to their chef. Also our waiter was really attentive, friendly and quick. I will return to this restaurant and would recommend it to family...and friends.More
I have been here twice in the last week. The first time was with a large family group of about 10 and the second only me and one other......so I will only comment on the second visit. The waiter kindly booted the stray dog out...from under the seat as we sat down and dropped 2 menus on the table. We had bbq skewers which were pretty bland and swimming in a pool of sweet bottled sauce. We then had a cheeseburger each which were small dry with half a slice of processed cheese and a bit of tomato. There just seemed to be no interest by anyone in their customers or the food and I can't recommend itMore
Service was very slow and terrible.
The staff were not attentive. We had to go to the cooking area for them to notice us. We had to stand up and transfer tables for them to notice us easier. They even forgot our order...- adobong pusit.
We were already hungry when they served the rice, chicken and soup. We were already halfway when bicol express was served. We already finished our meal when adobong pusit was served.
Contrary to others' reviews, I did not like the food here except for the adobong pusit.
We ordered sinigang na baboy (pork was not cooked well), sweet and sour lapu-lapu (very pricy and we didn't like the taste), bicol express (nothing special, didn't like it also - other restaurant's bicol express taste much better), fried chicken (wasn't able to taste this), and adobong pusit (i liked their version).
We wanted to try the kinilaw but it wasn't available. Most of the seafood weren't available. We'd want to go back again to try the kinilaw but we already found a much better restaurant - so.. Nope, I'm not going back again.More
You won't miss this simple restaurant with native huts in their grounds because it's right beside Virac Port. Place is clean and you will enjoy the as the name suggests sea breeze. You can choose to eat from a lot of choices but Indo recommend...the vegetable salad, grilled malasugue and sinigang.More
Seabreeze has always been a go to place to eat in Virac. However, the beautiful seaside scenery is presently undergoing repairs to make them stronger to protect the area from very violent storms. Food is okay but the service is quite slow.