Zamboanga Restaurant

1619 Adriatico St., Malate, Manila, Metro Manila

Zamboanga Restaurant
4.5 Stars

4 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
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Ray G.
5.0 Stars

Here's an unusual place: a restaurant with a cultural show! If you come around 8 in the evening, then they have traditional dances for you to enjoy while you eat...and the food is wonderful. We had tortang alimango, spicy crab, steamed oysters and fried lumpia with steamed rice. They were all fresh and tasty. The servings were also generous: a single order of rice is good for two maybe three even. The crab is priced by weight so you do have to be ready to dish out a bit of cash but you get your money's worth. Two thumbs up!

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Shar P.
4.0 Stars

At first, I thought the place was just the same as the other Filipino restaurants I've eaten at before. Well, it was. The food was a bit pricey but because they serve Zamboanga's specialties (which happens to be seafood), well, I gave in. 128540

We ordered the sisig, lechon kawali and the Diver something seafood platter. The sisig was delicious. It was cooked just right and had plenty of meat, unlike the usual sisig I've eaten before which contains more fat and tendon rather than meat. The lechon kawali was the usual. But it was pretty okay. The seafood platter was also okay. It was cooked in Kikkoman sauce. The servings were big and was really for sharing. So we were able to eat to our heart's content.

But what I really liked about the place was the cultural show. The restaurant has a nightly show lasting an hour. It features the different dances of the Philippines. I had a really great time watching the performers onstage dance our native dances. It brought back high school memories. 128522 And it was really nice because my little brother and sister were also able to watch how some of our dances are performed. I also enjoyed the live band that played the music to which the dancers did their numbers. They played traditional Filipino musical instruments which was really cool. 128522 And they even have this portion at the end of the show where they invite patrons up the stage to teach them how to dance the tinikling. 128522

The place really has much to offer. It's the perfect place to bring tourists and other balikbayan friends. But it can also be a place to spend time with the family.

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Aleli J.
4.0 Stars

Love there cultural show, place is full of foreign visitor, they serve fresh seafood. Kare-kare is delicious, tempura shrimp is 128077128077128077

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Jen V.
4.0 Stars

best service!

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