The open- air resto offers native Pinoy menu that include their other best-selling dishes Crispy Pork Kare Kare, Sinigang Sa Miso na Salmon Belly, and Sinigang na Bulalo. “We have a very relaxing ambiance as our place is surrounded by greenery and rice field”, said owner Brix Dizon. He also shared that actor Dominic Ochoa, one of the 50 vintage cars owners who stumbled upon the restaurant, was impressed by the food and ambiance. “Parking is not a problem. We have a spacious parking area.
Online food blogger Travel Tayo Ph listed Marres Kitchen in the Top 10 of must try restaurants in Bataan. Dizon said he is happy that there are plenty of good reviews and feedback on the internet from customers who have been to Marres Kitchen. Renalyn Villanueva wrote on her Facebook account, “Food is delicious, has good location and spacious parking area, and staff are very kind, and nature lovers can enjoy the food in the middle of the rice field with the view of mountains”. Franklin Ong posted on his social media account, “We ordered sinigang na bulalo, fried okoy and lechon kawali, they were very delicious especially the sinigang na bulalo. The cucumber lemonade was very refreshing”. Marres Kitchen is also a good venue for wedding receptions, birthdays, baptism receptions, and other events with a small budget. The resto is also into food deliveries and catering services. They can be contacted at these numbers: 09989598098 and (047) 633 4916 for inquiry.
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