Isdaan - Gerona, Tarlac

One of the most unique restaurants in the Philippines. Isdaan, a floating restaurant concept with a fusion of Buddhist and Filipino culture. It's kinda weird but somehow works well, has earned and continuously earns patrons from both North and South food adventurers.

I'll let the pictures do the talking! ;)

Precious Moments at Isdaan: December 2010
Shopping for Products
made of indigenous material
Stone fish decorations
What most tourists, Overseas Filipino Workers, elderly and Philippine culture enthusiasts enjoy - Filipino Entertainment.
Philippine Folk Dance performed by Isdaan entertainment group
Local Filipino Dishes served with love!
Another attraction of the restaurant aside from the statues, games and the food is Tacsiyapo wall - a wall where you can smash housewares from dishes to vase and televisions. Shout whatever grief or stress your'e going through. 

Tacsiyapo wall - release your stress, let it all out!!

San Kilo Bridge - For one kilo of Fish, you'd have to cross the bridge, packed with surprises, you got to experience this!

It's awesome to have these gigantic Buddhist sculptures merged with Filipino Architecture. Though I find it kinda weird that no Thai/Chinese food were served, in fact the menu is purely Pinoy. But it's cool, all for the love of having fun with family and friends.
If you're wondering, the average cost per person including dessert: Php450-800.

All in all, I'd rate it at 8/10 (1 being lowest and 10 highest). 

Thank you and I hope you enjoyed reading my blog. 'Til next time :)

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