When you google tourist attractions in Taytay, Rizal, Bahay Kawayan Restaurant is in the list. For the longest time, everytime we'll visit Mang Cesar in Teresa, Rizal, I'd ask my husband if we can drop by this resto. But each time, we'd get lost. Finally last week, we found the place!
The place is unpretentious. The people are simple. Everything around this place is modest. The food, hmmm...
Fresh buko juice, at P55, is much like the buko juice we buy from our suki, all-natural. Be sure to ask for sugar if you like yours sweet.
Adobo sa Gatang Hito, P150 for every 500 grams, brings back memories of my mother and grandmother who used to cook delicious gata viand.
Sinigang sa Miso na Kandule, P160 for every 268 grams.
Piniritong Hito, P160 for every 500 grams.
Sinigang na Hipon, P280 for every 242 grams.
Pinakbet, P110. I highly recommend this. Tastes much like Max's pinakbet.
Crispy Pata, P300, was a hit to my children. They liked the crunchiness.
Calamares Fritos with onion rings, P150, was so bland we weren't able to finish it.
Happy Diners we met at Bahay Kawayan
First time diners, Marj and Tito from Antipolo
Old diners and residents of Taytay, Sely and Jun San Victores.