When we went there at past 7 in the evening, most of their patrons have done with the buffet which would cost about P350 or so.
So we ordered ala carte knowing that most of the dishes at the buffet table have been through a lot of picking and nudging not considering most were dishes of pork or veggies with pork.
The only thing I did not like it there was this dessert of fried ice cream which was too oily and the ice cream inside was too small to notice.
The piano player in the background meanwhile played Filipino songs using just one beat (tempo) like he was wanting to end his repertoire very urgently. I understood. At his age, he should not be playing in public anymore.