Lishui Beach Resort
Station 2, Boracay, Malay, Aklan
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After an extra hot transfer from Caticlan's airport to the Cagban port, leading to the beautiful island of Boracay, the team and I were so hungry and tired already that we decided to eat at the closest restaurant to our villa.
Lishui Chinese Restaurant is located at Station 2, near Johnny Rockets and Sea Wind. It's actually a hotel and resort, altogether, with a restaurant, having the same name.
From the outside of the restaurant, you'll see its native and provincial feels that were moved a notch higher than the usual. The entrance barricades were made of bamboo that made the place fit so well in its beachfront area.
Upon entering, a huge dining area awaits guests. With its very spacious area, you'll feel really comfortable while eating with large groups of people. The refreshing interior decors of sea elements made the place even fitter for the island.
The restaurant had round tables and wooden chairs that can accommodate one well. Each round table is actually good for a big family. They have the square tables too which can accommodate smaller number of pax.
OK! Time to eat Chinese food now! My boss took the time to mix and match orders for us. For soup, we had Beef Brisket Noodles and Nido Soup. For the entrees, we had the Sweet and Sour Chicken and the Beef Tenderloin Strips.
All the servings were for sharing and came in huge portions.
The noodles were a bit overcooked for me. What I liked about it was that the soup and the beef were both a bit spicy, giving it that ummph!
The Nido like soup was so served gigantically that 2 orders can actually be good for almost 10 people. It was a bit sad looking though, with its color and quite bland taste, it tasted like hospital food.
The beef was just OK, nothing to good about it. I only loved the sumptuous serving of bell peppers and onions in the dish.
The Sweet and Sour Pork was my most favorite! I loved its mixture of sweetness and sourness, nothing's overpowering the other. The pork was a bit hard to chew though but it's still yummy nonetheless.
For desserts, we had their Fresh Fruit Plate and I guess it'll be yummier if the fruits came fresh from the ref.
It might take me a while to check out this resto again but their hotel facilities looked promising.
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