The best kind of cooking is STILL Mama’s and Papa’s home cooking. Twice a month, I spend my weekends at my parents’ home in Las Pinas, the same house where I and my two brothers grew up. Aside from that time being family time, it is also my time sleep and eat to my heart’s content.
Filipino food is good food. It reminds us of family, of get togethers, of eating outside the house with children running around and titos and titas talking about the latest family chismis.
Isla Una, a Filipino restaurant in Citygolf, Pasig, gives off the same vibe. There you will find food that you would find on your own dining table. Crisy pata, pancit, kare-kare, pakbet, palitaw…
I recently got invited to visit Isla Una, together with other respected bloggers. Aaaand here’s my take on this restaurant:
Prawn Aligue (no photo huhuh) is the best thing I tasted from all the dishes served. It’s so good I regret not getting the take out. Highly recommended.
The restaurant is located at Citygolf, Pasig. With traffic nowadays and the parking situation there, you may need to get out of your house an hour or more before your reservation. It has 3 floors – 1st floor is just tables, 2nd floor has the bar, 3rd floor is the restaurant’s own observation deck of the city. With a great view of Pasig and its neighboring cities, I suggest you get a table on this floor, fairly romantic too! ❤
Isla Una is located in City Golf Plaza, Pasig. Contact numbers: 09151338091, (02) 6502153
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