When my brother and his beautiful wife, who both resides abroad came to Manila for a visit, me and my husband stepped into to our tour guide shoes.
We thought it would be cool to bring them to Bataan to visit Las Casas (See related post here Las Casas de Acuzar Bataan Tour)
On our way to Bataan, we decided to make the most of our road trip and took a half day detour to Subic Bay.
We brought them to Magaul Bird Park, a birds amusement park with birds' shows and interaction programs (Check here our wacky-surreal park adventure: VIP Treatment at Magaul Bird Park).
It was almost lunch time, when we finished touring the park so we popped up to the nearest restaurant in sight
As the restaurant name suggests, Kawayan "Bamboo" Kitchen cooks using bamboo, a technique used by Subic's natives the "Aetas".
Kawayan Kitchen offers varied menu via a forest to table concept experience.
Kawayan Rice (P120)
Sinampalukan "Tamarind Base" Manok (P180)
Lechon Kawali (P199)
I just have to share, how they served our order of Sinampalukan Manok.
- Eating food prepared using bamboo cooking art is a unique experience.
- Price is very reasonable and servings good for sharing.
- The place is clean and a portion of the restaurant is air-conditioned.
Check their complete by follow this link
JEST CAMP, Upper Mau, Cubi-Triboa
Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Zambales, Philippines, 2200
tel 64 47 252 1489
globe: 63 0977 093 8435
smart: 63 998 5747974
sun: 63 922 8832763