Hello friends!! How are you all?? I’m feeling kinda hungry right now. But get bored off the meals that I used to eat daily. Now I just wanna have a change in the taste and the place too. Really it’s kinda boring to sit at the same place and eating the repeated dishes on the regular intervals of time. Just wanna like to have some place having that fresh feel of the nature that can makes a dumb alive instantly. Yeah, I’ve got one. It’s so beautiful to have a place like this as it has that crisp of nature in it and yes, it’s much different from that daily dumb spot where you have to sit like a serious nerd. Well this place offers one to have their meal with that immense pleasure that no one can gives you better than this. It’s the restaurant with feel of nature in it and popularly called, The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant- an eatery in a shallow river where diners can enjoy their meal mere feet from the base of an artificial waterfall.
The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant is a truly singular and memorable experience. Located in the midst of the palatial Villa Escudero resort plantation in the Philippines, offers a one of a kind experience for guests to get up close and personal with a roaring waterfall while enjoying their lunch. The Waterfalls Restaurant calls for a no-shoes policy as it is located right in the middle of a small river and waterfall. The falls are so people friendly, guests can even lie against the rushing water covered wall for quick massage or post-lunch rinse off. It’s a restaurant that promises diners a refreshing meal – when they’re soaked from head-to-toe between courses.
The Waterfalls Restaurant in the Villa Escudero resort gives guests a watery thrill, as its bamboo tables are right next to the Labassin Falls, a man-made cascade. The bamboo tables and cook stations at the watery eatery sit merely feet from the rush of a small waterfall, allowing guests to lean under the rushing waters after finishing their barefoot meal. Besides enjoying the authentic local cuisine, you can enjoy the almost untouched nature of the region formerly occupied by a farm and coconut plantations.
The entire villa is in fact a historical plantation surrounded by mountains and coconut trees. Once guests have dried off from their refreshing lunch, they can enjoy numerous local activities such as bamboo rafting, bird watching, and can even venture off to nearby rural villages on a ox-drawn jeepney. Coconut harvesting lessons are also available on the plantation grounds. The Villa Escudero resort is nestled deeply into its placid natural surroundings, offering breathtaking views of the Philippine countryside year round.
Buffet tables serve local dishes from grilled fish, pancit, and ensalada. There’s nothing really exceptional about the food but people come here for the experience of eating near the waterfalls and with running water at your feet. The small falls, known as Labassin Falls, is not actually a natural falls, but instead is the runoff from the Labassin Dam, the Philippines’ first hydroelectric plant. But despite being an artificial falls that runs beneath the tables at the Waterfalls Restaurant, the uniqueness of the experience is very real.