Famous especially for their delicious Classic Chicken Barbeque, the Aristocrat Restaurant, since 1936 has continuously been providing delicious dishes to the upscale community. With 10 branches in the Philippines, the Aristocrat restaurant brings its sophisticated menu and affordable dishes to those who love food for royalty. Over 75 years in the business and still, the hard work of Alex and Engracia “Aling Asiang” Reyes is still being celebrated in this indelible icon in the Filipino food industry.
During our weekend in discovering the best places to hang and eat in Subic, Aristocrat restaurant was one of our destinations for extreme stomach orgasm. Served with the best dishes, we enjoyed a sumptuous meal that was greatly appreciated after being a few hours off-lunch time.
We started our lunch with a delicious bowl of soup, ideal after a cool ride in a van.
The famous Chicken barbeque was soft and tasty, especially when dipped in peanut sauce. The serving was also large, a whole chicken on a stick, accentuated with java rice on the side.
Other dishes we enjoyed:
Besides a complete meal, we were also treated to their desserts, a definite plus for me because I got to taste their lecheflan – a famous Filipino dessert which I totally love.
I’m pretty sure Aristocrat was able to perfect the blend of sweetness with syrup and the softness of the cake of the lecheflan. Delicious!
Aristocrat also offers other Filipino desserts including gulaman sago, halo-halo and banana split.
While the Aristocrat restaurant may definitely look sophisticated and luxurious with its comfortable atmosphere, glass windows and cozy set-up, the price range of food is actually mid-range and affordable, starting from P100 – P400+ per meal which can already suit a group of 2 – 3 people.
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