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Late Lunch at Ka Inato (San Jose)

A long overdue post. I was so busy with my baby, hence have a little time composing blog posts.

Sometime August this year, my cousin got married. She asked me what's the best place to have a little salo-salo with friends and family that will be attending her civil wedding. I suggested one place, of course, Ka-Inato!

I've been to one branch only (Rizal Avenue Extension branch), so I suggested to choose the one that I've never been to. Ka Inato's San Jose branch. 


The Wash Area.. I love the wooden sink!

No walls. So refreshing!

I can't recall at the moment what we call these things.. But surely it's pretty!

Another angle..

Mini-Lanai.. 

I see hanging wooden miniatures..

A closer look..

Again, I love this wooden things on display.. 

Their famous CHICKEN INASAL! SO huge that you can't finish eating it with one serving of rice.

All time favorite! Mango Shake!

As expected, you'll be seeing colorful wall designs. Cool stuffs on display, really! Their flooring is made of white pebble stones. 

Surprisingly, the prices of the foods served here is a bit cheaper by P5-P10 as compared to that of the other branch in Rizal Avenue.  Rice servings is also bigger.


Though the venue is so pretty, refreshing and relaxing in nature, it's kind of far from the poblacion. But I must say, it's worth the 15 more minutes of travel. 

Crews were very friendly the time we had our late lunch after Ate's wedding.


All in all this restaurant is 4 out of 5 stars. 

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