Punchline Comedy Bar

PUNCHLINE COMEDY BAR

A comedy club is a venue, typically a nightclub, bar, or restaurant where people watch or listen to performances, including stand-up comedians, improvisational comedians, impersonators, magicians, ventriloquists and other comedy acts. The term “comedy club” usually refers to venues that feature standup comedy, as distinguished from improv theaters that host improv or sketch comedy and variety clubs that may also host musical acts.

PHOTOS TAKEN IN PUNCHLINE COMEDY BAR


Location: 1399 Quezon Ave. West Triangle, Quezon City, Quezon City, Philippines

Hours: Mon – Sun: 7:30 pm - 3:00 am

Parking: Street and Parking Lot

Payment Options:

Services: Takes Reservations, Walk-Ins Welcome and Good For Groups

Specialties: Dinner and Drinks

Phone: (632)411-0662 or (632)373-3541

Chinese Foods

CHINESE FOODS

Chinese cuisine is any of several styles originating in the regions of China, some of which have become highly popular in other parts of the world – from Asia to the Americas, Australia, Western Europe and Southern Africa. The history of Chinese cuisine stretches back for hundreds, if not thousands of years, and produced both change from period to period and variety in what could be called traditional Chinese food, leading Chinese to pride themselves on eating a wide range of foods. Major traditions include Anhui, Cantonese, Fujian, Hunan, Jiangsu, Shandong, Szechuan, and Zhejiang cuisines.

THE BEST CHINESE FOODS:


1. CHOP SOUY


2. CAKES MADE OF CORNMEAL


3. SWEET AND SOUR PORK WITH BROCOLLI


4. CRISPY SHRIMP


5. FRIED EGG WITH BLACK FUNGUS


6. GARLIC CHICKEN WITH VEGETABLES


7. GINGER BEEF


8. PORK WITH MANDARIN SAUCE


9. JING JING FOOD


10. POT STICKES


11. SHREDDED PORK WITH GARLIC SPROUTS


12. SPICY SZECHUAN EGGPLANT


13. DICED CHICKEN WITH CHILI


14. FRIED DUMPLINGS


15. SPRING ROLL


16. STIR FRIED BEAN SPROUTS WITH DRIED TOFU


17. STIR FRIED CHICKEN WITH BELL PEPPERS


18. SWEET AND SOUR PORK WITH PINEAPPLE

MAP OF CHINA

Hapag vicentico’s

HAPAG VICENTICOS (Ang kainan ng bawat Novo Ecijano)

OUR HISTORY

A once abandoned old residence in one of the main streets of Cabanatuan City was transformed into an elegant and stylish restaurant in over a year. Bit by bit, piece by piece, each and every detail of VICENTICO’s was put into perfection. Named after the patriarch, Engr. Jose Vicente “Tico” Salazar Jr., it was catchy, different and gave the restaurant a unique tang of class and stature, indeed the perfect name for the perfect family restaurant. After a decade of offering a vast array of menu options that suit all palets and budget, made this the restaurant to go to for exceptional creativity and mouth watering native dishes, and thus propelled Vicentico’s into the spotlight.

Now Hapag Vicentico’s, “Ang Hapag kainan ng bawat Novo Ecijano”, Vicentico’s is the only Hapag kainan in the province that has the ability and facility to provide an all inclusive Pinoy style dining experience.

Hapag Vicentico’s is passionate to provide personal, professional and hands on services with its good food, great service and unforgettable experiences the Pinoy way.

OUR VISION

Hapag Vicentico’s is passionate to make its products and services more accessible to its clients, determined to become highly competitive in the food and catering business, and strong minded in the betterment of all its “kapamilya”.

OUR MISSION

We, at Hapag Vicentico’s is Committed to offer a vast array of menu options to suit all palets, budget and dietary requirements in a sophisticated ranged of services by providing one of a kind dining experience with its intricate interiors and timeless collections.

FACILITIES IN HAPAG VICENTICO’S

FOODS OFFERED IN HAPAG VICENTICO’S

HAPAG VICENTICO’S BASIC INFORMATION

LOCATION: 1077 Del Pilar Street, 3100 Cabanatuan, Philippines
TELEPHONE: (044) 600-3237
TELEFAX: (044) 463-0452
WEBSITE: http://www.vicenticos.com
EMAIL: pia@vicenticos.com
gilbert@vicenticos.com
gina.roxas@vicenticos.com
lord.soverano@vicenticos.com

Microtel Inn & Suites (Cananatuan City)


Sta. Arcadia, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija 3100 Philippines


The same great Hotel wherever you go!


Microtel Inn & Suites Cabanatuan offers unmatched comfort in a limited service hotel. The minute you step into the lobby, you’ll recognize the consistent quality of an international brand. Our cozy accommodations exude modest elegance that never goes out of style. We also go the extra mile to provide the service you deserve. Because of such quality offerings at a remarkable value, our hotels have been ranked highest in guest satisfaction among budget hotel chains.

Your stay at Microtel Inns & Suites isn’t just about having a good night’s sleep. We also bring you closer to one of the Philippines’ most important historic districts.


This limited service hotel is located in the heart of Cabanatuan, an urbanized city north of the metro. Here stands the General Luna statue and marker – a landmark that is a testament to heroism. Cabanatuan also served as the backdrop for the Great Raid, an event that spelled the freedom of more than 500 prisoners of war in the 1940′s. A visit to the Pangatian Shrine and the Pangatian Concentration Camp would be a good reminder of this province’s importance to the country’s history. This city within Nueva Ecija also serves as a jump off point to other popular destinations in Northern Luzon. About 3 hours away from Metro Manila, it is accessible via public transport and private vehicles. It is the gateway to Tarlac, Pangasinan, Bataan, Zambales, and Baguio. The Cabanatuan bus depot is only a few minutes from Microtel Inns & Suites.

This Cabanatuan hotel is the ideal venue for your leisure or business trips. It is easily accessible, yet it is at a comfortable distance from the busy streets. Microtel Suites Cabanatuan is located in the quiet enclave of Sta. Arcadia, which provides scenic agricultural surroundings and a truly relaxing atmosphere.

ROOMS

Inviting rooms that feel like home.

Microtel Cabanatuan offers 50 stylishly furnished rooms – 44 Double Rooms and 6 Suite Rooms. All accommodations have queen-sized chiropractic beds that ensure utmost comfort. Guest rooms are also equipped with modern facilities such as a colored TV with cable channels, multi-function phone system with IDD/NDD, in-room WiFi access, keycard entry system and more.

All 50 rooms and suites at Microtel Inns & Suites are well-maintained and charming, providing you with comfort that goes beyond the ordinary. Hotel guests can choose between Double and Suite room types.

All accommodations are furnished with individually controlled air-conditioning systems, queen-sized chiropractor-approved mattresses, colored television with cable channels, multi-function telephone system, and toilet and shower with hot and cold water.

Double Room

Suite

For Suites, additional amenities include:
>Queen Sofa Sleeper
>Refrigerator
>Coffeemaker
>Microwave Oven
>Kitchen Counter with Sink
>Bath Tub


Microtel hotel rooms are also equipped with an Internet-ready data port, radio clock, fully automated fire safety system, keycard entry system, and window seats that offer a relaxing view of rice fields.

Baby cribs and non-smoking rooms can be requested, and children below 12 years of age can stay with their parents for free. Your stay comes with complimentary breakfast.

FACILITIES AND SERVICES


Best-Value Comfort and Convenience

Microtel Inn Cabanatuan provides guests with functional and practical facilities. Enjoy a dip in the outdoor pool or a warm meal in the restaurant. You can also simply spend the day relaxing in the lobby where free flowing coffee is readily available Microtel Suites Cabanatuan provides basic facilities and services that cater to all types of guests, from business travelers to backpackers and honeymooners.
•Restaurant – Rustica, the in-property restaurant at Microtel Inn & Suites Cabanatuan, offers a wide range of international dishes at an affordable price.
• Outdoor swimming pool
• Wireless Internet access
•Photocopy, fax, and mailing services

LOCATION


Microtel Inns & Suites is located in Cabanatuan, a bustling first-class city in the province of Nueva Ecija. It is a recognized historic district that has served as the backdrop for the assassination of General Luna and the Great Raid that freed more than 500 prisoners of war during World War II.
Cabanatuan is home to more than 200,000 residents and the city buzzes with the sound of about 30,000 tricycles plying the streets, earning it the title “Tricycle Capital of the Philippines.”

Nueva Ecija in Central Luzon is an agriculturally rich province, forming part of the Rice Granary of the Philippines, along with Bulacan, Pampanga, Bataan,
Tarlac, and Zambales. This region produces about one third of the nation’s rice production.

Travelers and vacationers staying at Microtel Inn & Suites in Cabanatuan Nueva Ecija will find plenty of interesting places to visit that are within proximate distance from the hotel. Its central location also makes it a perfect jump-off point for exploring nearby provinces.
• Camp Pangatian Shrine
• San Leonardo Ostrich farm
• Divina Pastora Shrine

Visit as http://facebook.com/microtel.cabanatuan

Tropical Garden Resort

TROPICAL GARDEN RESORT

A garden is a planned space, usually outdoors, set aside for the display, cultivation, and enjoyment of plants and other forms of nature. The garden can incorporate both natural and man-made materials. The most common form today is known as a residential garden, but the term garden has traditionally been a more general one. Zoos, which display wild animals in simulated natural habitats, were formerly called zoological gardens.

Western gardens are almost universally based on plants, with garden often signifying a shortened form of botanical garden.
The etymology of the word refers to enclosure: it is from Middle English gardin, from Anglo-French gardin, jardin, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German gard, gart, an enclosure or compound, as in Stuttgart. See Grad (Slavic settlement) for more complete etymology. The words yard, court, and Latin hortus (meaning “garden,” hence horticulture and orchard), are cognates—all referring to an enclosed space.

You see in TROPICAL GARDEN RESORT


The term “garden” in British English refers to an enclosed area of land, usually adjoining a building.This would be referred to as a yard in American English.

Some traditional types of eastern gardens, such as Zen gardens, use plants such as parsley. Xeriscape gardens use local native plants that do not require irrigation or extensive use of other resources while still providing the benefits of a garden environment. Gardens may exhibit structural enhancements, sometimes called follies, including water features such as fountains, ponds (with or without fish), waterfalls or creeks, dry creek beds, statuary, arbors, trellises and more.
Some gardens are for ornamental purposes only, while some gardens also produce food crops, sometimes in separate areas, or sometimes intermixed with the ornamental plants. Food-producing gardens are distinguished from farms by their smaller scale, more labor-intensive methods, and their purpose (enjoyment of a hobby rather than produce for sale). Flower gardens combine plants of different heights, colors, textures, and fragrances to create interest and delight the senses.

Gardening is the activity of growing and maintaining the garden. This work is done by an amateur or professional gardener. A gardener might also work in a non-garden setting, such as a park, a roadside embankment, or other public space. Landscape architecture is a related professional activity with landscape architects tending to specialise in design for public and corporate clients.

Basic Information

Location
San Pascual, Talavera, Philippines
About
Tropical Garden Resort & Hotel, San Pascual Talavera Nueva Ecija,cp#09282155151-09173489195
Email
lorenz_inos@yahoo.com
Phone
09282155151 : 09274423683 : 09185103412

Filipino Foods


FILIPINO FOODS
Philippine cuisine consists of the foods, preparation methods and eating customs found in the Philippines. The style of cooking and the foods associated with it have evolved over several centuries from its Austronesian origins to a mixed cuisine with many Hispanic, Chinese, American, and other Asian influences adapted to indigenous ingredients and the local palate.

Dishes range from the very simple, like a meal of fried salted fish and rice, to the elaborate paellas and cocidos created for fiestas. Popular dishes include lechón (whole roasted pig), longganisa (Philippine sausage), tapa (cured beef), torta (omelette), adobo (chicken and/or pork braised in garlic, vinegar, oil and soy sauce, or cooked until dry), kaldereta (meat in tomato sauce stew), mechado (larded beef in soy and tomato sauce), puchero (beef in bananas and tomato sauce), afritada (chicken and/or pork simmered in a tomato sauce with vegetables), kare-kare (oxtail and vegetables cooked in peanut sauce), crispy pata (deep-fried pig’s leg), hamonado (pork sweetened in pineapple sauce), sinigang (meat or seafood in sour broth), pancit (noodles), and lumpia (fresh or fried spring rolls).

Several Delicious Filipino Foods:


Pork Afritada is simply “Stewed pork in tomato sauce“. This dish is similar to Menudo and Kaldereta (or Caldereta) and is usually cooked with wedges of carrots and potatoes. Bay leaves are also added for extra flavor and aroma.


Tinolang Manok is also known as tinola, tinolang manok chicken soup is light and refreshing. A simple broth with chicken, spinach and green papaya, it is a favorite home-style dish in the Philippines.


Chatote Guisado or Sayote Guisado (Sautéed Chayote) is one of the Filipino recipes found in the recipe database that my family and me loves to eat.


Pinakbet or Pakbet is one of the Filipino recipes that I love to cook and a dish that my hubby likes to eat. He’s very fond of eating any kind of food recipes that contain vegetables. No matter how it was prepared and cooked. It is very easy for him when it comes with vegetables.


Chopsuey is a Chinese dish primarily made up of mixed vegetable with meat like chicken, fish, beef, shrimp or pork, added for extra flavor. Chopsuey is widely believe to be an American-Chinese immigrants creation, and not an authentic Chinese dish. They said, Chinese farmers was inspired to cook a stir-fried vegetables known now as chopsuey and ate them after a long day working in the fields.


Lechon Kawali (Pan-Roasted Pork) is my mom’s favorite Filipino food dish. When I have a time to cook back then, she’ll request me to make some. She even asked the recipe so that whenever she craves for it, she can cook lechon kawali (pan-roasted pork) by herself.


Adobong Baboy Adobo (a famous filipino dish cooked in vinegar and soy sauce) is a filipino food favorite. May the recipe be done with pork, chicken or a combination of both. It could be also good with beef. There are lots of variations in cooking adobo recipe, which I have listed below after the adobong baboy recipe.


Chicken Curry is one of my favorite Filipino chicken recipes in the database. In my family, chicken curry is a dish that we usually make during birthdays and parties back in the Philippines. But here in Canada, I continue cooking this chicken dish during special occasions because this is one of my famous Filipino recipe that my family and friends loves. They said that when they start eating this chicken curry, they feel a little burning sensation in their mouth and wow really spicy delicious.


Nilagang Baboy Nilaga in filipino means ‘boiled’. Nilagang Baboy is another filipino food recipe that is easy to make that you just throw everything in the pot and let it cook until tender. It can be with pork or beef of any kind you like and just add any vegetables of your choice.
Corns and ripe saba (banana plantain) is also good in this dish. You may or may not add pork and beans — it’s up to you if you’ll like it thickened or just a clear soupy dish. You can even add a thumb-size ginger for a pungent flavor. Nilaga is good in any kind of weather.


Munggo Guisado Munggo (mung beans) can be found in any Asian Store. It’s one of the staples in most Asian country. Guisado (sautéed) as what we Filipino are calling mostly of our food because of the way we cook it.


Humba (Braised Pork Belly) is one of the comfort foods of every Filipino household. It’s a popular filipino food dish somewhere in the Visayas and Mindanao regions (I knew it because I used to lived from this two areas). I don’t know how they called it in the Luzon region, but I knew they have a version of humba too.


Embutido is a Filipino style of meatloaf. This filipino food dish is one of the favorite filipino dish that my hubby loves to eat. He even consumes the whole wrap of embutido in a single setting. My kids love also the embutido especially with the portion of hard-cooked eggs and sausages.
They said that “embutido” means that it is wrapped with the skin of the pig’s intestines. But this embutido is just wrapped with an aluminum foil because my family especially my hubby doesn’t like to eat food that contains internal organs of the animals.


Tortang Talong (eggplant fritters or/ eggplant-omelette) is a very simple dish that does take a little bit of patience to prepare, but the result is very rewarding. You will find it at just about any restaurant in the Philippines and it is very popular at Turo-Turo eateries.


Pancit Bihon Guisado “Pansit” or Pancit bihon is one of the variety of Pancit Guisado is somewhat a Chinese-Filipino food dish that I love to cook always. I like to cook this pancit bihon guisado during my husband and sons birthday celebration but the rice noodle stick that I’m looking for is not available in the Asian Store. There are other rice noodle stick brands in the store but based on my experience, I don’t like those other brands.


Pancit Canton A dish of Chinese origin that has become very much a part of Filipino cuisine, pancit canton may refer to lo mein or chow mein, depending on who you’re talking to. Basically, it is a stir-fried dish composed of egg noodles, meat, poultry or seafood and a medley of vegetables.


Pancit Molo is an adaptation of wonton soup, is a specialty of the town of Molo in Iloilo a well-know district in the province. Unlike other pancit, pancit molo is not dry but soupy and it does not make use of long, thin noodles but instead wonton wrappers made from rice flour. Leftover wonton wrappers can also be cut into strips and drop into the hot broth.


Pancit Palabok or Pansit Luglog is another popular Pinoy noodle dish. It made up of rice noodles blanch in boiling water and topped with shrimp sauce called palabok, made up of shrimp sauce that is flavoured with annatto which also give a bright orange tint. It is then topped with the paalat, a sautéed mixture of garlic, ground pork and diced firm tofu. For added flavour and visual appeal it is garnished with smoked fish flakes, crushed pork cracklings, shrimps, boiled egg wedges, fried garlic and chopped spring onions. And served with kalamansi.


Lumpia Shanghai A recipe I know all Filipinos are proud of! Lumpia Shanghai type is a type of egg roll, except it’s mainly filled with meat. You could use pork or beef or both! It’s a yummy recipe and great to serve as finger food.


Turon Saba named in Tagalog, is a typical Filipino snack. Turon has many varieties that consists of plantain and jackfruit wrapped in a lumpia (spring roll) wrapper, dipped in brown sugar and then fried. This is somewhat resembles banana spring roll.


Maruya Banana Fritters Maruya (“Banana Fritters”) is one of my favourite merienda when I was in the Philippines. They sometimes place it in a bamboo stick and sometimes they shape it like a hand fans. I miss that moment especially after siesta that when we woke up, my mom cooks us merienda delicacies like this maruya during hot summer day.


Ginataang Halo-halo is a Filipino dessert dish. This is composed of different tubers such as sweet potato, purple yam, and taro root. Aside from the tubers, other ingredients include plantains, tapioca pearls, and glutinous rice balls (bilo-bilo).Dishes that are cooked in coconut milk are locally called “Ginataan”. This word was derived from the root word “gata”, which means coconut milk. On the other hand, the word “Halo-halo” refers to the combination of different components or ingredients that were used to complete the dish; this also refers to a popular Filipino summer dessert wherein several sweet ingredients are combined with crushed iced, evaporated milk, leche flan, and ube halaya.

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Cowboy Grill


GOOD food and music combine once again in the latest Cowboy Grill branch along Quezon Avenue corner Timog.
For patrons of the franchise, the newest addition comes as no surprise. The Q-Ave branch is familiarly yellow trimmed with reddish shingles, complimented with red and orange accents and lots of woodwork, each decorative element coming together for that cozy Country-Western atmosphere – minus the guns, of course.
With its roomy interior and choice of decoration, Cowboy Grill multi-functions as a family restaurant, a party place and a resto-bar.
“We do welcome everybody,” said operations manager Solomon Caasi Jr.
At 6 p.m., when the restaurant opens, majority of the clients are families and younger diners that later shifts to employees enjoying meals after work.
“After midnight, they’re more of bar employees,” added Caasi, until the closing hour of 6 a.m.
Unlike other resto-bars, added marketing manager Ruel Padilla, there is no entrance fee at Cowboy Grill.
“Even when we have events, they can come in,” he said.
Cowboy Grill Q-Ave officially opened on May 15 with Harlene Bautista, Quezon City Mayor Herbert Bautista’s sister, as special guest for the ribbon-cutting. The day-long activities closed with a special “Achy Breaky Heart” line-dancing number by the waiters and guests and a fireworks display at night.

MENU

Cowboy Grill’s menu is decidedly local with a sprinkling of “foreign” comfort food like onion rings and nachos. Sisig, the house specialty, is still a must-try.
“Our sisig is the most popular dish,” said Padilla. “It’s cooked in the traditional Kapampangan way – grilled, not fried.”
Its offerings are diverse, from steaks and crispy pata to veggie sticks and “sizzling [squid] tentacles.” Apart from the obvious beers, the place also provides a variety of cocktails.
But while the menu is quite like that of many local and Filipino-style eateries, Cowboy Grill isn’t exactly the typical resto-bar either.
“It’s a little classier,” said Caasi. There’s a strict no-sando, no-slipper-wearing policy, though he jokes that the line is crossed if the customer is wearing imported brands like Havaianas and Crocs.
Entertainment is also nonstop. Bands start playing as early as 6:30 p.m. without pause. Every night, three bands perform at different sets, and dancing is allowed. The bands alternate among the five Cowboy Grill branches.

BEGINNINGS

To anyone who frequents Quezon Avenue, Cowboy Grill used to be a Shakey’s Pizza branch – a sister company of the resto-bar. The building was remodeled for Cowboy Grill, which the owners believe complements the area better.
All branches launched a special anniversary promo last May 19. Prizes include motorcycles, iPads and cell phones, said Caasi. A raffle ticket is earned for every P500 purchase, and individual Cowboy Grill branches draw winners every two weeks from May 27. A Chery car is up for grabs for the final draw.
Visit www.cowboygrill.ph

Crystal Wave


CRYSTAL WAVE, FIRST WAVE POOL IN NUEVA ECIJA

May 1 is Labor Day and a regular holiday. Since it falls on a Saturday, Monday or May 3 was declared as holiday. We took advantage of the ‘long weekend’ as it gives us time for bonding. That’s the difficultly when you have a large family, we have to find a time where everyone is available. Anyway, we went to see a new resort here in Nueva Ecija. It’s called CRYSTAL WAVE and located in Talavera. It’s very accessible as the entrance is along the national highway. The resort is new, they had a soft opening, if I remember it correctly, last 28March.

The place is awesome! They have a nice pool and a small Jacuzzi where kids and babies can play. The main attraction of the place is the wave effect on the big pool which happens every hour. I swear, the wave is so realistic you can actually feel that you were in a beach. There is also a small Jacuzzi pool where small children can play. Raine loves swimming in the Jacuzzi pool, he stayed there for almost an hour.

Since the place is new, facilities are clean and in order. Statues of superheroes like IronMan, Hulk, Superman, and Spiderman can be seen at the entrance. While the pool is surrounded by statues of Snow white and her dwarves, animals like crocodile, tiger, and even a dinosaur. But be ready to pay a price – entrance is 250pesos and cottage prices ranges from 1000-2000pesos. And by the way, any kind of bottle, knives or sharp objects are not allowed inside. They will confiscate it at the entrance so don’t dare bring any of it.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Maharlika Hi-way Bry. Dinarayat, Talavera, Nueva Ecija

Telephone #:
(0923) 719 – 4074
(044)411-0834

Chateau Royale Sports & Country Club, Inc. Hotel in Batangas, Philippines

In the heart of Batangas and just an easy 2-hour drive from Manila, lies Chateau Royale Sports & Country Club. Spanning 15 hectares of prime real estate, this hotel in Batangas offers a fine accommodation that will surely take you away from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan life.

Ideal for relaxation, retreats, team-building activities, weddings, seminars, and almost all business or leisure gatherings, Chateau Royale Hotel in Batangas lets you experience fun recreations while enjoying nature’s beauty and serenity.


A world of endless possibilities

Embark on the excitement of nature-tripping, games, sports, and entertainment as Chateau Royale gives you a handful of hotel facilities to cater to all your leisure or business requirements.


A true return to Nature

We bring you accommodations in Batangas that assure you of great comfort and tranquility. Chateau Royale is home to 140 log cabins, air-conditioned rooms, rustic in their charm and delightful in their appointments and facilities.

HOTEL FACILITIES

Other hotels in Batangas, Philippines can only offer limited facilities to their guests. Chateau Royale, however, welcomes you to a world of endless possibilities.

Truly, Chateau Royale is much more than the average hotel in Batangas, Philippines. From the whimsical log cabins that let you experience the ultimate country-living style to the activity areas spread on fifteen hectares of resort property, Chateau Royale makes certain you and your family or friends get the best vacation ever.

A perfect getaway for an urban professional or a vacationing family, Chateau Royale hotel gives a Batangas accommodation that has lots to offer. No matter what the occasion is, rest assured that only Chateau Royal brings you a complete satisfaction among the many hotels in Batangas, Philippines.

The nature has set the mood to a relaxing treat for you. Walk through our Orchidarium and Organic Farm or take a horseback ride while enjoying the fresh, crisp air of our country club.

Pamper yourself with a massage in our spa or take a soothing dip in our pool or jacuzzi. Or you can always have a fun bonding experience with your family and friends with our recreation and amusement facilities such as billiards, wall climbing, paintball wars, and obstacle-course race.

Our function rooms and our Ballroom is an answer to your every need. Be it a corporate requirement or a social affair, Chateau Royale offers personalized service and delectable meals. Your meetings or workshops will be taken cared of. Your most important dates can be celebrated in a grandeur or intimate way.

Entertainment


Theater and Videoke room

Nature


Orchidarium, Organic farm, Fishing lake, Horseback riding and Lotus Garden

Team Building Facilities

Minimum of 25 persons at least 1 week prior reservation required.

Wall Climbing, Paintball Activity Area, and Obstacle Course

Business Facilities

Be it a corporate requirement or a social affair, Chateau Royale offers personalized service and delectable meals. Your meetings or workshops will be taken cared of. Your most important dates can be celebrated in a grandeur way or an intimate one. Our function rooms and our Ballroom is an answer to your every need.

Children’s playground, Veranda Cafe, Masssage, Billiard Hall, Jacuzzi (certain condition’s apply), Swimming pool, Floating restaurant, Gift shop

HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS

This famous Batangas hotel has air-conditioned rooms, rustic in their charm and delightful in their appointments. We provide you with facilities including bedroom, living room, and bath.
Overnight stays can either be in a log cabin or a condotel style. Our Standard, Superior and Deluxe Rooms are designed in a modern yet cozy ambiance.
All Chateau Royale rooms have:
>Air-conditioning
>Cable television
>Bathroom
>Complimentary bottle of mineral water in room
>Set Breakfast
>Telephone


LOG CABIN
>1 Queen bed & 1 double decker; or
>2 single beds & 1 double decker or
>1 Queen bed & 2 single beds or
>Queen-sized bed (2)
>Ideal for 4 persons
>Non-smoking rooms
Lowest Rate at United States Dollar (USD) 125+

STANDARD
STANDARD
>Studio-type
>1 Queen Bed
>Ideal for 2 persons
Lowest Rate at United States Dollar (USD) 120+


SUPERIOR
>1 bedroom
>1 Queen bed & 1 single bed
>Balcony / Deck
>Receiving area
>Dining area
>Ideal for 3 persons
Lowest Rate at United States Dollar (USD) 162+


DELUXE
>2 bedrooms
>2 Queen beds
>Balcony / Deck
>2 bathrooms
>Receiving area
>Dining area
>Ideal for 4 persons
Lowest Rate at United States Dollar (USD) 232+

LOCATION

How to get there

Chateau Royale hotel Batangas is conveniently located across Evercrest Golf Course, a twenty-minute drive away from Tagaytay City. Please refer to the map below for directions.

Location Map

Chateau Royale Sports & Country Club, Inc.
Km 72 Batulao, Nasugbu
Batangas
Philippines

CONTACT INFORMATION

Chateau Royale Sports & Country Club
Km. 72 Batulao, Nasugbu Batangas, Philippines
Tel. Nos. (632) 696-4374 / 696-4376
Fax No. (632) 712-9299

Manila Sales Office
Ground Flr. Ever Gotesco Corporate Center
1958 C.M. Recto Avenue, Manila, Philippines
Tel Nos. (632) 733-3822 / 733-9955
Fax No.632) 735-9353
Email: Jtg2@chateauroyaleresorts.com

Chives Cafe and Patisserie

A great discovery – this could well describe the delicious menu Chives café has to offer! Unlike the usual posh restaurants situated in the metro or urban streets, Chives is located inside the Central Luzon State University in Muñoz, a humble countryside city in Nueva Ecija.

Prof. Dana Vera Cruz, the chairman of the Department of Hospitality Management, manages the café along with the students taking up Hotel and Restaurant Management degree.

Chives Cafe and Patisserie is a Food & Beverage Laboratory of CLSU BSHRM students. Operated and Managed by the Department of Hospitality Management College of Home Science and Industy CLSU Science City of Munoz Nueva Ecija. Call: 044-806-3707 or 09063842928


The food served was superb! The Singaporean noodles with chili paired with pizza croquette was very tasty. A forkful of noodle is best eaten with the special chili that gives it a great kick on your taste buds. While the pizza croquettes are very crunchy and cheesy!


The carbonara was creamy as well – the noodle was very tender and so good to much on, paired with the perfectly fried buffalo wings bathed in a sweet and spicy sauce


The Buffalo wings bathed in sweet and spicy sauce

Chicken Burito wraps
The chicken burrito wraps are perfect for appetizers – matched with its special creamy dip with garlic – you’ll find yourself craving for more.

The best way to end the meal is through a soothing organic coffee. It’s being served cold and with just-right sweetness.

Every serving would satisfy you and your 2 other friends – for some 500 bucks all in all! You’ll have a good deal with your money! Plus, each bite of their yummy food also serves as a sign of benevolence to this state university and to their students!

Visit as http://choosephils.com

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