Banana Leaf is one of the favorites in The Terraces. You know when a place is favorite because a restaurant is normally populated (meaning full, no available seats, or lots of waiting to be seated) by families, by people with visitors (personal and business visitors), by office-mates celebrating, and even by tourists.
|Unique and interesting door handle|
|View of the interiors from the outside|
|Interior of the Banana Leaf...|
|There is additional space at the loft|
|Kit, my sister and partner in foodie and travel trips|
|Beautiful Design - tables and chair are made of native twine|
True to their name, instead of ceramic plate, you use a banana leaf as plate...
|The food we ordered, can't order more, there's just two of us...|
|Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce|
|Dessert similar to our Maja Blanca|
First the food... the girl serving us said their food is Asian. I'd say, more of Thai. Thai or Asian, the chicken satay was good. I thought I would never enjoy a peanut sauce, but I did. The Mee Goreng would have been delicious but a bit salty for me. I enjoyed the dessert which seems like Maja Blanca? Or was it Maja Blanca actually just pretending to be otherwise...
However, customer service is not good. Seems the girl serving us was tired or angry at something. Good thing, the place though not 5 star fine dining, has a nice ambiance and location (overlooking the gardens and activity center).