Dining at piYESta KTV & Resto|Bar has always been a rewarding experience
I consider this my happy place because of its superb service and great food
In this food trip, I will be focusing on their piYESta Meals
piYESta has upped the bar by offering combo-meals for groups of five
Each combo meal includes hot soup, brown steamed rice and pampagana (appetizer)
piYESta Meal #2 consist of Battered Chicken and Pansit Canton (P550.00)
This is Breaded Chicken cuts that are delicious but has no greasy after-taste
I’m a pansit-addict so I know a good pansit when I taste one – this one get’s an “A” from me
The combination of two of my favorite comfort foods is just perfect
I actually forgot about the brown steamed rice and just dug in
piYESta Meal #5 is Lumpia Shanghai and Sweet & Sour Pork (P550.00)
This is one combo meal that you will need your brown steamed rice
I particularly like the lumpia shanghai because the stuffing used is TUNA
It does not have the seafood taste of tuna and actually taste like pork
The sweet & sour pork balances this combo and does not overpower
The meat is tender and its sweetness does not have the umay-effect
piYESta Meal #4 is Breaded Pork, Pinakbet and Sweet & Sour Fish
Their Pinakbet is the best pakbet that I’ve tasted ever with choices of pork or seafood variety
The vegies are not overcooked and the bagoong mix is just right
piYESta must have perfected their sweet & sour viands because the fish variety is also good
Their breaded pork didn’t need anymore sauce – it really tasted just fine, as is
piYESta Meal #6 is what I call the Seafood-Lover-Platter that is muy magnifico
It consist of Tuna Buntot (tail), Binusog na Squid, Kinilaw na Chada and Crispy Shrimps
The Tuna Buntot is first cooked as paksiw then deep-fried in vegetable oil
Binusog na Squid is grilled and stuffed with onions and tomatoes
Kinilaw na Chada is tuna kinilaw topped with “imported” CDO lemon slices
Now can you spell M-A-G-I-C-A-L?
piYESta KTV & Resto|Bar is located along the right wing of Al Fresco Strip of Robinson’s Place Gensan. They have a variety of food offerings and their different variations of mixed drinks. They have three KTV rooms for the karaoke enthusiasts. piYESta is open from Monday to Thursday and Sunday (9:30 am to 12:00 mn); Friday to Saturday (9:30 am to 2:00 am). For inquiries and reservations, you may cal them at (083) 554-2139.
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