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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Kamayan sa Palaisdaan, Bay, Laguna

It was not hard for us to go along with my brother’s suggestion about having the reception for our baby’s christening and first birthday celebration at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan in Bay, Laguna. We’ve dined in the Palaisdaan in Tayabas, Quezon many years back so we imagine this restaurant in Bay, Laguna to be no different or even better.

The distinguishing feature of Palaisdaan is the floating cottages, each of which can accommodate a small group of diners. The ambiance-- water and lush vegetation-- is perfect for a refreshing meal of favorite Filipino dishes.

For Nadine's christening and first birthday celebration, we reserved the ground floor pavilion that can accommodate around 50 guests (another group has reserved the second floor). The place was just right for our 40 plus relatives and friends.

Other attractions include musicians who'll serenade guests while they eat, the beautifully landscaped entrance with distinct sculptures and white carabao near the main hall that can host up to 200 guests for bigger gatherings, the swings and slides that appeal to young and old alike, and of course the fishes that can be seen from along the water's edge.

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3 comments: on "Kamayan sa Palaisdaan, Bay, Laguna"

merocel.briones said...

paano po b ang byaran dyan /cottage?/food?magkno po b ang cottage at ang food?

Papa Sez said...

Hi merocel,

The cottages are free for use by customers. Food is reasonably priced at the range of similar class of restaurants in Manila.

Hope this helps.

Anonymous said...

saan po makikita ang mga menu

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