The Unique Filipino Restaurant That Puts You Directly In A Waterfall
Ask any wanderlust explorer what they love most about travel and you’ll likely get a similar answer: experiencing the world through native foods and local customs. As the saying goes, “the world is your oyster,” especially when it comes to wildly unique dining experiences in far-flung destinations. With trends like farm-to-table and agritourism, restaurants stretch preconceived boundaries in fresh ways. As noted by Insider, “adventure dining” even encompasses underwater dining, an ice castle restaurant, spy-themed passport entrance, and bank vault bar food.
Mother Nature shines when its bounty incorporates natural surroundings and local fare. It’s the perfect way to immerse yourself in cultures outside of your comfort zone while also expanding your culinary palette. One restaurant located at a resort in the Philippines transports you to a bygone era surrounded by swaying palm trees, coconut groves, and traditional dining customs with no overnight stay required. Just be prepared to cool off in the spray of a waterfall while you eat.