Rose and Grace Restaurant

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Happy first day of November! So how was your holidays? This is the time of the year that our town is at its liveliest and becomes alive! Yes, during All Saints’ Day! The cemetery in our town lights up, loud sounds played, and there are LOTS and LOTS of food! Many people visit the cemetery to try all the food and get together with friends. Of course, many people still come to visit their resting loved ones, but for everyone who lives in our town, it’s the time to stay up late outside and get together with friends.

Speaking about food, last Friday, on our way to camp ( I spent my weekend camping! :)), we had lunch at Rose and Grace Restaurant. Its location is very strategic because it’s just beside the national highway, specifically, the part that is always traffic. Also, their parking area is big.

There are many, many viands to choose from! Seafoods, fish, chicken, beef, pork, vegetables, etc. And the lady who takes orders is very accommodating and gladly answers all your questions about their food.

Lots of food! I wasn't even positioned at the very end of the long display of viands.

Their service is super fast! We just got seated and the food was immediately served one by one! Size per order can generously feed 2-3 persons. My mom ordered Sinaing na Tilapia sa Gata. The fish was big and fresh and my mom loved it!

Sinaing na Tilapia sa Gata

I ordered Fried Tawilis because I really got curious of how it looked :). It was crunchy and the vinegar that goes with it was just perfect!

Fried Tawilis

Of course, we didn’t forget to order their house special, Bulalo. Their serving can feed 5-8 persons. It has a generous amount of vegetables, which I really like, and the soup was unlimited. A very good Bulalo, but there are even better Bulalo out there, that’s if you’re willing to pay more.

House Special: Bulalo

As for my drink, I ordered Ripe Mango Shake. I really like their shake! Fresh and pure. Just mangoes, ice, and a little sugar. No milk. I don’t like shakes that have more milk than fruit in it, it doesn’t taste natural anymore.

Ripe Mango Shake. See how full my glass is! 🙂

My dad ordered fresh coconut juice (No picture. :() The flesh was very young and soft!

All of these plus 3 rice for just 840php. Remember that their serving was good enough for sharing. And for their service, I give them an A+!

Food: 4/5

Price: 5/5

Service: 5/5

Rose and Grace Restaurant is located at Maharlika Highway, Sto. Tomas, Batangas.


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