One of our friends who was with us in our recent Davao trip (who was doing a paper on carabao meat) told us that we have to visit this place and check out what the fuzz is all about, so we did. I had some apprehensions that they may be serving only carabao meat, and that I will not enjoy. But I was assured that they do serve other dishes too.
This is Pochero, somewhat like the Tagalog nilaga, but with carabao meat, instead of beef (but they have that as well). I tried a few bites, and found it to be good. The meat was really tender and soft! Unfortunately, this is the only carabao dish that they serve, much to the dismay of our friend who was hoping to try other dishes.
And the adobo looks so good I had to try it too!
These beans look so fresh and crunchy so I had one as well!
And these vegetable salad, or Lato, they looked so good, I had to try them too. I have never eaten these before but I totally loved them! Cruncy and fresh, and spicy at the same time. A real winner!
And the best part, aside from the food being so good? It is so cheap! All of the dishes have, plus 3 orders of rice, only comes out to P181.00! Really best value for money!
The happy couple, looking so hungry, ha ha ha!