The establishment is like a food court that we always see inside the mall but this one is just a sole cafeteria along the sidewalk. The interior is inviting because it is homey and so colorful because of the artworks and paintings created by the Romano Family.
This place can accommodate a lot of dining customers and this is even accessible to all the surrounding establishments in the city - schools, banks, offices and more because it is situated at the heart of the city. Also, they have a separate room for conferences and special occassions if you want to celebrate it here.
Let's take a look what my brother and I ate that evening.
|Chicken Afritada - Php45.00|
|Roasted Pork - Php50.00|
|Pork Menudo - Php45.00|
|Pork Ginaling - Php50.00|
|Lechon Paksiw - Php55.00|
|Balbacua - Php70.00|
They also have a line-up of different kiosks. They have their own lechon stand, buko bar, Bon Appetea for milk tea lovers, Dipolog Cupcakery for desserts and more.
The only request that most of their customers that I've talked to want to happen is to put up an airconditioning unit because the place is really warm especially if it's crowded already. They can't take the heat. Also, I observed there were a lot of flies dining in too.
If you want to experience affordable dining, try this new cafeteria in the heart of Dipolog City.