Bicol’s Gastronomic Delights

It was already past 4PM when we finished all the uphill and downhill treks we did in Day 2 and we haven’t had our lunch yet. But we were so sweaty and dirty already that we asked Mang Ramil take us back to our place first before heading out to grab our linner (lunch and dinner 😛 ).

The charming exterior of Balay Cena Una in Daraga. It's located in a subdivision; so just ask around and you won't get lost.

The charming exterior of Balay Cena Una in Daraga. It’s located in a subdivision; so just ask around and you won’t get lost.

The interior is cozy and littered with antique memorabilia, adding vintage charm to the place.

The interior is cozy and littered with antique memorabilia, adding vintage charm to the place.

 

The food is slightly pricey than the usual restos in Bicol but it's worth it.

The food is slightly pricey than the usual restos in Bicol but it’s worth it.

 

Of course, there is always room for dessert. :)

Of course, there is always room for dessert. 🙂

With stomachs full, we have the renewed energy to stroll the streets again and at some point, we rode the jeep again in search of another dessert that is worth all the calories!

These are the ice cream flavors you should try at Colonial Grill: Tinutong, Sili and Pili.

These are the ice cream flavors you should try at Colonial Grill: Tinutong, Sili and Pili.

Tinutong Ice Cream is toasted rice and actually tastes like coffee (luvvv!). The pink ice cream is Sili (yep, chili!); it tastes sweet at first but as it goes down your throat, you’ll start to feel the chili kicking you from the inside. Awesome! (>_<) And then the Pili flavor which is the most ‘boring’ compared to the other two but just as delicious.

So when you go to Legazpi, don’t miss out on these restos and those that I’ve mentioned in my previous posts. 😉

 

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2 responses to “Bicol’s Gastronomic Delights

  1. I love the ever so dramatic pics! 🙂

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