I’m back to blogging because it’s vaca-a-a-a-tion! I need a lot of rest since 2013 gonna be tight, tough and uber busy.
So as promised 178 years ago (lol) through this blog post, I’m posting about one of the two restaurants that we were able to visit on our first ever Mindanao trip.
After the exhausting White Water Rafting, we were looking for some good food and near our hotel was a restaurant that our van driver kuya Jun recommended.
Unfortunately, I didn’t bring my camera with me because I was too tired to bring something that wouldn’t fit in my shorts pocket. So pardon my somewhat blurred camera pictures, I tried my best 😉
I like the bowls, it reminds me of “palayok” and the dance that comes with it. 🙂
We wanted some crab but it was too pricey. I also have this bias with crabs that doesn’t come from Bicol. It just tastes a lot better and fresh if it’s from there but I wasn’t able to get a verdict. We just ordered steamed prawns instead.
We saw this menu with Ostrich in it and of course we decided to try it in Salpicao.
I haven’t eaten ostrich before so since it’s in the family of birds, I was expecting the meat to be like a chicken’s but it wasn’t. It looks like pork with a bit melts-in-your-mouth feel. It was heavenly =p~
So that’s my Kagay-Anon experience. If ever you visit CDO, try it too. 🙂