The time a group of customers left the reserved seat for us, other staff lent it to walk in customers. Dad told us to find other restaurant as he nagged with disappointment (he's a low tempered person, mind you). Yet Mom insisted not to, since we have waited too much for a seat.
At last, our attending staff escorted us to a comfy and roomy couch good for four. At least they regained their customer's satisfaction despite the loathsome start. Hehe.
Mom, sis and Dad did enjoyed the pirate ship-like view inside the resto.
They have a lot of dishes to choose from. Vegetable dishes, fresh tuna sashimi and Filipino viands (steaks, salpicao plus cordon bleu, etc) are their specialties. Nothing new actually except from those All-Rice promos. Group meals include variety of viands, drinks plus unlimited rice serving.
Named as G1 (for Php500), we ordered this group meal for four pax which includes 1/4 Fried Garlic Chicken, Inihaw na Baboy, Sinigang na Bangus (Milkfish) Belly, Iced Tea and 1 Rice Platter (unlimited).
|Sister's favorite; Fried Garlic Chicken|
|Sinigang na Bangus Belly|
|Frist batch of our Rice Platter|
You'll find their food filling though. But their Sinigang was too sour and the belly was broken into pieces. You'll love to dine at Giligan's Restaurant if you have a large appetite. Next time, I guess we'll try their Chef's Specials' Roast Beef 178. ;D