Discover the best restaurant in Calamba, Philippines including Jollibee, Burger King, Ding Hao Chinese Restaurant, RSM Lutong Bahay, Starbucks - SM City Calamba, Chowking, Yellow Cab Pizza, Tita Lettie's Grill & Resto Bar, Ipponyari Ramen House, Lady Christine's Baby Back Ribs
Things to do in Calamba
3.5 based on 5 reviews
Telephone + 63 49 545 9999; 834 1886.
On my first trip with friends I chose chicken which appeared to be entirely FAT with no meat I could see. Fried food is de rigeur in Philippines but this food chain is hard to avoid as it is surprisingly popular and being 24 hrs can be a useful meeting place ( like the equally dire McDonald's - which is getting better as it is clean and does offer porridge).
I must say the salad ain't bad and I have had the odd juice ( not comparable with Innocent or Jamba Juice)
4 based on 11 reviews
4 based on 23 reviews
Ding Hao Chinese restaurant has not lost its touch after many years. Their pansit bihon is always the best plus the Camaron Rebosado. It is recommended to eat here on an empty stomach as you would want to taste everything on the menu!
3.5 based on 37 reviews
This place serves local dishes that are staples in most Filipino kitchens. They have a food counter where you place your orders and once heated, will be served in the main dining area or in private huts outside. Their rice is wrapped in banana leaves with a hard boiled egg and tomato . Food is actually good. I would recommend the tawilis which are fried small fishes on a stick. The restaurant also sells local desserts like leche flan for take out.
4 based on 15 reviews
Don't get me wrong. I gave a low rating because of the overall experience. The Starbucks people serving this place is actually doing an excellent job. However,ummmm the people having coffee is ummm a bit of a more jologs crowd. sorry. it wasn't very nice...
4 based on 4 reviews
Though most Chowking branches generaly have the same food, theirs are more hot and well-made. Though the area, which consists of two floors, is a bit small, it is not usually crowded.
However, it has been out of business for a while now and their area is now for sale.
So, to whoever manages this page, the restaurant does not exist anymore.
4 based on 13 reviews
This branch has different 'faces.' Sometimes, staff are attentive, polite, and friendly. Sometimes they're timid, looking tired, and lacks passion.
But the food will definitely bring smiles to your face. Yellow Cab, as usual, offers good food - pizza, spaghetti, potato wedges, and the ice cream!
Now, my stomach is looking for 'Dear Darla!'
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Enjoy your Favorite Filipino recipes!... We serve some savory Thai dishes too! and with Live Acoustic Band
4 based on 26 reviews
I have visited this restaurant about 8 times. Very authentic food. Some of the servers are from Japan, a small language challenge, but other staff can easily help.
Dinner for two come to between 800 to 1,500 Pesos.
There is parking but it is tight, there is a large lot in the very back. Their security will assist you in parking and entering and exiting, as it is a busy highway.
The location is about 75 yards/meters off the South Luzon Expressway, exit 50.
4 based on 9 reviews
When you are famished or just plain hungry and can devour good old juicy and succulent baby back ribs, I highly recommend Lady Christine's baby back ribs. Not just the fall-off the bone meat, but their BBQ sauce are to die for (if I could just get my hands on their recipe). Their prices are really reasonable. Although their place needs a little extension to accommodate bigger crowd, still, I would wait in line just to get my hands on those ribs. Once you tasted their baby back ribs with their signature BBQ sauce, you will surely go back with your family here.
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