Thursday, March 17, 2011

Matutina Restaurant in Urdaneta, Pangasinan

If ever you need a good restaurant stopover along the stretch of Pangasinan to La Union/Baguio, I recommend Matutina's Seafood Restaurant in Urdaneta, Pangasinan. They have 2 branches in that city, though our group tried the one nearest to the city proper.

The ambience is very Filipino, also with lots of wooden furnishings. The food is also good at very reasonable price, which explains the huge turnout of diners. We really got a value-for-money meal at Matutina, than our very disappointing experience at the open-air food kiosk in Camp John Hay. 

Average spend per guest is less than Php 200, after partaking nilasing na hipon, bangus sisig (milkfish in hot iron plate) and bangus inihaw (grilled milkfish), another viand, rice, and drinks. Their complimentary bucayo (candied coconut) is also good with just the right sweetness.

Since we are so hungry, I did not bothered to take photos of our food. Besides, I'm only using a camera phone that night, and lighting is not enough to take decent photos.

We dined al fresco near the washroom and their private rooms. It is more relaxing outside, quiet and with tree lights providing illumination to the small garden.

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