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There are hundreds of food establishments up and about that serves fine meals. But what happens if you get tired of the same old taste you eat day in and day out?

Just like the rest of you, I'm looking for new and exciting places to eat and have some fun at the same time, which is why this blog was created - to share with you the adventures (and hassles) that a food lover has to endure in search of a good find.

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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Vibang's Food Delights' @ BF Resort Las Pinas

Nothing beats a good ol home cooked meal. This is what Vibang’s Food Delights’ is known for around our side of the town. It’s conveniently located smack in the middle of BF Resort Village here in Las Pinas City along Abel Nosce Street near STI Elementary School. They offer a wide variety of different dishes, desserts, pasalubongs and drinks. From the humble adobo to the complicated kare-kare, you name it they have it. Once in a while they also serve california maki which is reasonably priced and I make it a point to order or take-out some when we visit. Barbecue’s, inihaw na liempo, bangus, tilapia, talong and soup dishes like bulalo, sinigang, sinampalukang manok and tinola - you’ll have a frenzy choosing what you want. Everything looks and smells extremely delicious so take a grip of yourself not to over order.

There is a also a fruit shake stand so you can order your favorite fruit shake. Want a four season shake? No problem. They can mix you up to 4 fruits for your shake! There’s always lots of fruits to choose from and the owner of the fruit shake stand is very accommodating.

The establishment is reminiscent of a beach kubo. The faint whiff of barbecue smoke makes it a little more appetizing to eat and ups the ambience a bit. There are lots of tables for customers, however this place can easily be jam packed during lunch time. You can park on the side of the road but it can be quite a walk when there are lots of diners. Also, don’t forget to lock your vehicle and bring your valuables with you. I heard there was one incident where a customer’s car was broken into and some stuff were taken.

This time we ordered gindara steak, halaan soup, kinilaw na tanigue, inihaw na liempo and talong (with bagoong) and ginatan na tilapia (which was just cooked and still piping hot). Everything tasted delish with particular applause to the gindara steak. There is also free soup and you can choose from what soup dish they have that day. Halfway through the meal our drinks were served which included watermelon, strawberry and melon shakes and saging con yelo.

We really love going to this place every now and then and with the variety of dishes they serve, you can pick a different one every time you visit. I highly recommend this place.

They're closed on mondays by the way.


Anonymous said...

please avoid eating in vibangs, owners of the said establishment are not concerned with their customers, they are very much aware of the basag kotse incident in their plae but they don't cooperate with the baranggay to solve the problem... see police report dated feb. 26, 2011 and march 4, 2011, a span of 6 days, same crime was committed on the same place...

Anonymous said...

Yeah, the basag kotse incident looks common in the BF and Las Pinas area. BF security and Las Pinas police should be more watchful. As for us, we should not leave anything that looks valuable inside the vehicle. If they don't see anything, they won't need to break-in your car in the first place. I hope somebody catches those criminals.

Anonymous said...

I've tried eating in this restaurant. I was satified and will recommend this to my friends.

Anonymous said...

i miss the food when i come back from the states for sure ill be eating my favorite sinigang baboy and drink my favorite fruit shake (mango) xlarge....

Anonymous said...

There's alot of food selections here but the place is hot and the food is kinda pricey and also their staff isn't hospitable and friendly enough. Their always in a frowning face.

miumiu said...

My reply to the last comment: Untrue! They're really hospitable. I think you just have to befriend them. When my mom goes there, they're super accommodating. Hindi naman sila masungit. As for the pricing, okay naman. Masarap yung pagkain so okay lang sa akin yung price. Mainit lang kasi nga bukas siya, hindi naman air-conditioned kasi palaging nag-iihaw. lol

Anonymous said...

Kinda pricey for a karinderya. 5 of us ate there last week w/ one order of viand (bangus adobo, gizzard, chicken may gata, pork menudo/giniling and embotido) and 2 bbq each. We did not order any drinks; just service water. Bill was P759. Paid premium for an ordinary food.