After dipping around the waters of White Island and immersing in the cold splatters of Katibawasan Falls for half a day, there’s no other person hungrier than us in the island. So we asked our multi-cab driver slash semi tour guide to bring us to somewhere we can fully indulge our food lust. He brought us to 4R’s Foodhaus and Family KTV Bar.
For ₱125.00, we gobbled (slowly, please don’t misunderstand) a banquet of Filipino home-made dishes (lutong-bahay). Yeah, it was eat-all-you-can but no matter how much we tried to taste everything in there, we couldn’t. ‘Twas because of the tight competition – they had plenty of patrons. Just kiddin’, we couldn’t just take everything in.
My favorite was their squid adobo and the humba. They had the tastiest humba in town and was the main reason why I returned to the buffet table thrice. Too bad – I wasn’t the only one who appreciated it – so, it was one of the first to run out.
Well, that was one of the most awesome lunch I ever had, and maybe, yours too, if you try it (given that you’re a fan of Filipino Cuisine).
4R’s Foodhaus is in the island’s capital, Mambajao, so every tour guide or multi-cab driver knows about. Just ask them to bring you there and experience a great feast.