|Ginataang Monggo – Php 180
*Serving size: 3-4
|Leche flan – Php 50
*Serving size: 1-2
|Sizzling sisig – Php 250
*Serving size: 4
|Rice platter (left) – Php 120
*Serving size: 2-3
A. Food options
I like that Kuya J has a large food choices. If you are like us who wants a simple “lutong bahay” menu, you’ll have lots of options here. And if you’re like me who’s a little kuripot, the prices here range from Php 50 – 400 pesos per serving. It’s not bad at all! We use to dine at fast foods and I must say, this is just about 200 peso different from our usual fast food dine.
B. The Place
The place is clean, even though it’s a bit small. You’ll also have the chance to be able to chat with your companions here while waiting for your food to be served. It’s not so crowded.
C. There’s HIGH CHAIR! lol.
I say this because I have a toddler and on most restaurants I visited, there were no high chairs at all! High chairs are such a convenience to moms like me! It helps us eat properly since we don’t have to devote that much attention to our kids while eating. So restos with high chair will always have a plus for me!
D. Good service.
The waiters were accommodating, but I can’t say it was outstanding. They’ve done nothing above and beyond but they’re definitely not like those who are unapproachable and unhappy with their jobs.
I’ll be honest there’s not much downside for me. I am an easily pleased person so this restaurant is perfectly ok with me. One thing I noticed though is the very small washroom space. You’ll have to be alone or it’ll be a tight place for 2 people together.
|That’s my sister in the washing area (middle photo) and them squeezing themselves to get a mirror shot! lol.|
Our overall experience was good, we all love the food and we’re definitely going back due to the reasons stated above. Plus, we haven’t tried their bagnet and crispy pata yet, I would loooove to try those out! I hope soon! lol.