"A dynamic, constant, reliable, affordable and excellent in providing travel service equipped with facilities and resources accompanied with competitive and hospitable staff thereby creating a healthy relationship among guest."
Have you been to Calaguas? Share yourexperience below. I'd love to hear them.
I think we ended up, being surprised by the one who celebrated her birthday! ahaha
We also had pancit! This pancit is good! It met or exceeded my taste (standard). Two thumbs up for this!
We also had this set of viands, Barbeque, Cheesy Chorizo/Longanisa and Liempo. I'd say it's yummy!
If none of those above food we've had are your choice, you can browse their menu here. I've taken a picture of each page of their Menu so I can share it here.
But before the menu, let me feature this Boy Zugba "Paper Placemat" in a comic format.
So here's the complete Menu:
All names of their viands and recipes on the menu are in funny visayan term. To live up to their greeting, Visayan Kitchen!
Time to evaluate the place:
Satisfactory, but not outstanding. Nothing is really outstanding, but it also has good taste.
I'd have given them 4 or 4.5 had they been good at taking down orders and responding to our needs promptly. First, our friend was asked if we will be eating the cakes we brought in coz there is a corkage fee. Which hinders us from partaking of the cake if we're not willing to pay the corkage. Second, one of our friends is late, and well, food were nowhere to be found in the table except for the cakes, she ordered tuna belly I guess. Waited for 20 minutes or so only to be told, it was not available. Third, when we tried to negotiate about the corkage fee, we were advised the good manager that we can partake of the cake without corkage fee! Now, we're allowed! Thank you! So we did. When the bill was paid, yeah, we're a bunch of accountants, they saw the corkage was charged. The crew said, it'll be adjusted, but when the receipt was given, still the corkage was paid and charged on the card! Wow! So that's it! bingo! I cannot let that pass. Not to mention there was no stationing of crew (which I already expected), and most of the time we'd have to wave our hands several times to be noticed. I should also mention that they are friendly, they even volunteered to take our pictures, but it's not all there is in service. My friends in HTM academe would attest to that.
The place is great! It's well ventilated. It's cool. No it's cold! We sat at the table just infront of the A/C. Well lit. Full packed even on a Wednesday night!
Price is reasonable. But the corkage charge is P200? Really? Well, our friend would have to return the next day to get the P200 supposedly waved by the manager.
What's your Boy Zugba experience? Share it below on the comment box. 🙂
Everyone of us alive in this moment has the power to go to work each day and express the Absolute Best within us. And you need no title to do that.
Every one of us alive today has the power to inspire, influence, and elevate each person we meet by the gift of a great example. And you need no title to do that.
Every one of us alive with life can passionately drive positive change in the face of negative conditions. And you need no title to do that.
Every one of us alive to the truth about leadership can treat all stakeholders with respect, appreciation, and kindness - and in so doing raise the organization's culture to best of breed. And you need no title to do that.
Here's her Kebab.
And my Breaded Malasugi.
Food: 4.5/5 Food tastes well, not 5.0 because it's not really outstanding but it's also more than satisfactory.
Ambiance: 5/5 Well ventilated, well lit, cozy and fit for dining.
Price: 5/5 Very reasonable.
Service: 4/5 just a little bit delayed, but not too late on serving. Friendly crew and welcoming!