Lunch at Ka-Inato's
First day in the city (Wednesday, April 25th). Had to go to Palawan State University to pay for my daughter's entrance exam for 1st grade and submit the forms to the Guidance Office.
We picked up Marnie at the office, for it's almost lunch time break. We headed to Ka-Inato, Rizal Avenue. I learned that this restaurant is partly owned now by Ka Lui's owner, hence the "Ka" in its name.
Took us some time to decide on what to eat.
A closer look of the naughty faucet.
Fresh Mango Shake for Marnie. As always, his all time favorite of all shakes!
Fresh Guyabano shake for me and Mikyla.
Hail on these fresh fruit shakes! Costs Php75 each!
Taste: 10/10 of course!
We all had the Original Chix Inato. This costs Php95.00
The best tasting chicken inasal in town! (IMHO).
Juicy chicken! Also available in Hot and Spicy!
Another shot. I love triangular shape of their "cup" of rice.. :)
The chicken meat is actually bigger in actual.
These are the fresh fruits being displayed near the cashier. So love aAll the fruit shakes on their menu. Guaranteed fresh!
Being widely open and less walls makes the place a little cooler despite being situated in very sunny spot/area in the city.
The "petromax" light set ups on the posts and ceilings added a "cool" factor to the venue along with all the paintings hanging on the wall.
The three of us in front of the the restaurant.