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The food choices here had the run of the mill Filipino dishes like kinilaw (raw fish cooked in vinegar), but it also had interesting choices like crispy kangkong (water spinach breaded and deep fried like tempura) and roasted banana with ice cream and caramel. We ate so much, but spent comparatively less to what we would've spent for a similar meal in Metro Manila. I especially enjoyed the ambience of the restaurant. While we did miss the chance to dine on a barge, the less mobile part of the restaurant overlooked the point where a freshwater river meets the saltwater from the sea. If you looked into the water, you'd see schools of fish swimming close by.