by: Darhelle Gannaban , Lovely Cauilan & Alliyah Portillo
One of the Best Recipe of Pan De Cagayan!
Drell, Lovely and Alliyah has always loved Spanish food and the quesadilla was no exception. The Filipino version of the delicacy gave the feel of our Filipino blood combined with the tradition of Spanish. When you enter the place, there was no sound other than that of the birds and the ruffling of trees. You could really feel at home even if you’ll only be there for a minimum amount of time. However the food was not garnished to be Instagram worthy to the point that id didn’t give any of the appetite to eat it. Moreover the food had an exquisite taste, this is the combination of the cheese and the home made dough which was the shell.
TASTE AND TEXTURE
On first glance the Quesadilla didn’t look appetizing at all. It lacked the colors that original quesadilla would have on the platter which are the different shades of yellow in complements to the cheese, the dough/shell was way too pale and it is evident that it was not freshly cooked due to the heavy cracking when it was served. The taste of the dish however was not with dish itself but the sauce that it came with. The quesadilla was straight out plain tasting just by its self the cheese tasted as if it was made locally, the shell had no taste nor spices added to it. However the sauce it came with gave the whole taste to the dish. The sauce tasted sweet like that of carabao’s milk, pepper and other unknown ingredients that we assumed are the secret ingredients
SERVICE OFFERED AND PRICE
The waiters not only serve but also they entertain. Their service was excellent and they are easy to talk to order taking wise. When we walked in you could see the history of the Philippines re lived in the 21 century. What also appealed to us was that the cardboard representation image of Jesus Christ. The price moreover was too expensive for the quantity but is worth it.
To rate the Pan De Cagayan Quesadilla up . its 4/5 the venue really feels at home gave the feel of our Filipino blood combined with the tradition of Spanish . you can do whatever things you like with a historical ambiance. Moreover the Quesadilla had an exquisite taste, this is the combination of the cheese and the home made dough which was the shell. but the dough/shell was way too pale and it is evident that it was not freshly cooked due to the heavy cracking when it was served. However the sauce it came with gave the whole taste to the dish.
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