|View from the main entrance|
Kain, Kape, Kwento. Sounds catchy right? But these are the perfect words to describe Santiago. Kain and Kape pertains as they offer both main dishes and desserts. Kwento because they have stylish and comfortable place. The feeling is like you are at your own home and can discuss everything under the sun. I love their flooring!
I also love that they have extra space at the 2nd floor for mini gatherings or for private use.
They have this mini bakery and they also sell delicacies such as Polvoron, Banana Chips, Toffee Sansrival, breads and etc.
The bold colors of their cakes makes me want to try them all! Especially the purple one! But instead, we ended up trying their best seller Sapin-Sapin cheesecake.
My favorite part at Santiago! Feels like you are in your own room. There are books where kids can read/browse while waiting for their food.
|Hope you can read ’em|
In homage to my hometown, slow cooked beef ribs, sirloin, belly, chili, pickles, cheese and prepared with a lot of love.
|Vegetables in Coconut Milk 383Php|
Sigarilyas, squash, okra, string beans, malunggay leaves and eggplant, smoked tilapya flakes and grilled pork Liempo
Of course, this food experience will not be completed without bringing home their best seller delicacies.
Overall, the food was great and full of flavor. Besides, you will never go wrong with Filipino food right? Cost-wise, they are reasonable given that it can be shared by two or more people per order. Great customer service too! The place is perfect for a family dinner. Will definitely come back to try other dishes on the menu.
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A millenial mom (of two boys) who has passion in makeup and motherhood in between.