Floating Restaurant: Kamayan sa Palaisdaan
Located in Tayabas City, Quezon Province, Philippines
When I was a child, Kamayan sa Palaisdaan “The OLD Restaurant” was our favorite destination when our family gathers for special occasions or when my parents just want to take a break. This restaurant has been operating for more than a decade already. And now, they can be considered as the number one tourist destination in Quezon Province and the best restaurant in the land.
Kamayan sa Palaisdaan is literally a Floating Restaurant with attractively unusual nipa huts placed over floating bamboo rafts that can accommodate 10-12 persons. Please see the image below.
The place is worth visiting because of its cool mountain ambiance and refreshing air and environment. The whole place was surrounded by running waters with abundant live fish “tilapia”. It is also perfect for those people who wants to do fishing since they allow their customers to catch fish. However, you will pay for all the fish you have caught. I do not have any idea on how much they sell the fish.
Let’s talk about the food quality. Whenever I got a chance to visit this place, here is my favorite menu. Pork Sisig which cost around P150 to P200 per order. This is probably my number one favorite dish on this restaurant. Sometimes, I will visit this place just because of this. I may say that this is currently the”Best Sisig” I have ever tasted so far. Me and my food buddy have already tasted many sisig recipes but we have a unanimous decision that this one is still the best of all. haha! I don’t know your preference with regards to sisig. But seriously, you should try it.
Next would be the mouth watering Pork Chop which cost around P200 to P300 per kilo, you can order 1/2 kilo if you want. This is also one of my personal favorite because of its powerful aroma that soothes your brain to convince you that the food is delicious. Well, their Pork Chop is also one of the best Pork Chop recipe I have tasted so far. No exaggeration.
Just to feel that I am in a seafood restaurant, I also order “Sinigang na Tilapia (Freshwater Fish)” that serves as my soup. There is nothing special on their “Sinigang” but it also tastes good. You can also order “Sinigang na Hipon (Shrimp)” if you want seafoods. If you are a vegetarian, you can also try their “Chopsuey”. But for me, their chopsuey just taste average. Sometimes I also order “Ginataang Hito (Catfish) and Pako (Fern)” but I am into foods cooked with coconut milk so this not always on my list. In addition, I also order Ripe or Green Mango shake plus water of course to quench my thirst. Don’t forget the Rice.
Overall, I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you visit this place in Quezon Province. I love the place, the food and the service they provide to their customers.
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