DINING AT LILIW, LAGUNA

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TOFU

 

I never thought that dining at Liliw, Laguna would be as pleasant as dining in a reputable restaurant in Manila but at an absolutely cheaper price tag for every dish in the menu. At first sight, I was intrigued with their appetizer Fried Tofu Teriyaki. I have always loved fried tofu but I usually dip tofu in my mom’s delicious blend of sauce – soy sauce, vinegar, sugar and lots of garlic. So it came as a surprise that it could be mixed with teriyaki sauce. Covered in layers of flour, eggs and breadcrumbs, the crisp fried tofu was topped with teriyari sauce. It was simply divine. And at Php50 per serving, I was in tofu haven. I almost finished the entire serving while Mike was taking photos of the other dishes. Ooops, sorry Mike!

 

THAI TILAPIA

 

Six dishes at their seafood selection and I got to try Thai Tilapia for only Php95. For starters, the tilapia was huge. Coated in flour, deep-fried to a crunch, and served in a soy-based sauce with minced red onions and garnished with spring onions.

 

COZY DINING AT CHEF MAU

 

Chef Mau Luto ni Tatay sa Bungkol is owned by Chef Mauro Arjona, Jr., who is also part of Manila’s fine restaurants like Kusé and the Old Vine in Mckinley and Eastwood. With such reasonable price, good service and mouth-watering dishes that is so good even to the last morsel, Chef Mau Luto ni Tatay sa Bungkol is just one of the reasons to visit Liliw, Laguna on a whim.

 

For more food adventures, follow Pie Rivera via Instagram or check out her Twitter better yet, drool over a collection of photos at Pinterest or simply like the Facebook Page of Eat To Your Heart's Content. Bon Appetit!   

 

All photos were captured by Mike Caballes.

pie rivera

She's a self-confessed chocoholic even before the term was coined. After 10 years of non-stop television productions, she embraced the call of taking trips, enjoying gastronomic sojourns and living in this epigram: live well, laugh often and eat to your heart's content. With the latter in mind, she developed her food blog: eattoyourheartscontent.blogspot.com in 2011, followed by her travel blog savvysojourns.net. Join her as she journeys to a world of pleasurable discoveries.

Website: www.savvysojourns.net

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