April 01, 2013

Kabisera ng Dencio’s




After our Station of the Cross, everybody was exhausted, thirsty and hungry but looking for a restaurant is a challenge because some of the restaurants were closed and some were already full so we ended up in Kabisera ng Dencio’s because they can still accommodate 13 people. Actually, there were more seats available; surprisingly this restaurant was not full.


We haven’t tried this restaurant before except for my husband. We ordered Sarisari Sinugba, Bistek Pinoy, Chicken Asado. Bahay Kubo Gulay, and Ensalada Camote.

Sarisari Sinugba P609
Chicken Asado P425
Bistek Pinoy P399
Bahay Kubo Gulay P195
Ensaladang Camote P119 Steamed Rice P60 per cup Coke in Can P75 Bottled Water P50
After 15 to 20 minutes, our ordered came and we were shocked because the servings were small. It was too far from the picture in their menu. We were not satisfied with our order and gutom pa rin kami na lumabas. Hehe! Now I know, why the restaurant is not full compared to other restaurants. =) They should also improve on their service, it looks like that this restaurant is run by robots. The staff is not approachable, accommodating and their not smiling at all. Parang ayaw magwork o dahil Holy Thursday that day. 

8 comments:

  1. mostly kasi inuman sya michi... you should have dined sa crisostomo instead.

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    1. di ko natikman yung sinugba, mga kids ang kumain. sayang!

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  3. di tlga sya masarapa at di sya recommendable nu!

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  4. I think they're catered to a more casual dining experience. As if kumain ka lang sa food court or something. Sayang naman. They carry the name of Dencio's pa naman. =(

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    1. oo nga, suki pa naman kami ng Dencio's when I was still working.

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