Balaw-Balaw Restaurant: the Good and the Odd Food Fest

If you are more of the adventurous foodie, you will enjoy Balaw-Balaw Restaurant in Angono.

Balaw-Balaw Restaurant boasts of both the ‘normal’ Pinoy dishes we love and the odd list of food to feast on.

You’re visit to Balaw-Balaw would not be complete if you don’t try the dishes that make their menu unusual. Probably the best sellers among the odd dishes or the “exotic food” they have are the fried kamaro (cricket), nilasing na palaka, uok (larva of beetle), soup no. 5 (butt and balls of cow), and rose petal tempura to name some.

If you don’t like your taste buds to go crazy, satisfy your cravings for the good old lutong Pinoy. Try their Minaluto, it’s basically steamed rice on banana leaves topped with tahong (mussels), shrimp, kangkong, fried adobo, sometimes with crab, and half-boiled egg. Of course, there are a lot more Filipino dishes to select from.

Inside Balaw-Balaw restaurant are displays of art pieces. Being located in the Art Capital of the Philippines, the restaurant also poses artistry of the RizaleƱos. I don’t know the impression these would leave you but you would see quite a number of masks hanged, paintings, statues, and other figures made of papier mache.

A visit to Balaw-Balaw Restaurant will surely make your gastronomical adventure an unforgettable one.

Balaw-Balaw Restaurant is located at 16 Don Justo, Dona Justa Village, Angono, Rizal. Telephone No.: 651 0110

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