Cafe Juanita is a highly wrought restaurant somewhere in Kapitolyo; interiors were crammed with antique artifacts which were also for sale.
Menu was extensive and price of food were reasonable; a meal would cost around 150 to 400 and is good for sharing... Service was just ok.
Here's our order, from left:
Yang chow fried rice.P140. - I so love these tasty fried rice!
Pinoy ratotoy. P149.Inspired by French ratatouille- a mixture of tomato and fried eggplant. I honestly didn't like these...
Crispy pork binagoongan.P242. Is a crispy fried belly with shrimp paste - I was expecting this to be a little saucy like the usual binagoongan meal here but it wasn't. Literally, the shrimp paste was on top of the pork belly.
And the last one(in the pix), really stood up, uhmmmm... but I forgot its title, it taste like our very own danggit,( a fried salty thinly cut fish)- It was actually in their appetizer list but in my point of view it is best with rice....
Well, the place was really cozy and quaint, I shall return to this place!!!That's All!
#2 United St. cor. West Capitol Drive, Barrio Kapitolyo
Pasig City, Metro Manila