"Saan tayo kain ng lunch?"
My sister-in-law inquired as we departed from the Pililla Wind Farm. She directed the question to me as I was the designated navigator for our family field trip on this weekend of Aug 5-6. Truth be told, I had no ready answer for I was expecting by 12 noon would have us checking in already in the Bakasyunan resort in the hills of Tanay. But I had to have an answer as many of us in our 2-vehicle convoy were hungry already. I looked out of the Starex and on the left side of the Manila East Road was a sign announcing that a restaurant was just nearby. I promptly directed the driver to slow down and told my sister-in-law that we are eating in
She queried back - "Is it any good?"
Without batting an eyelash, I replied confidently - "Yes. It is the best restaurant in this area."
She retorted - "Really?"
I answered back - "Yup. It is the best coz it is the only restaurant in these parts."
With this reply, I heard snickering from the back. Must be my son.
|Big parking space inside the Kawayan Farm compound. No need to park on the side of the National Road.|
|One of the dining cottages inside the Kawayan Farm. This one is near the side of the National Road.|
|We got the best table.|
|The kitchen crew busy cooking the food.|
|A photo of President Cory with the ...|
|...owners of the Kawayan Farm.|
|The bamboo walk inside the farm.|
|One of the open dining cottages.|
|Dining area overlooking the valley.|
|The walkway towards the other dining cottage.|
|The male urinal was bamboo-inspired.|
In a way, the culinary experience in Kawayan Farm restaurant was a symbolism of our delightful experience in visiting the towns of Pililla, Tanay and Baras. The bounty of the sceneries and adventure is a pleasant surprise.
|Pililla Wind Farm|
|Regina RICA in Tanay|
|ATV in Bakasyunan Resort|
|Palo Alto Falls|