My aunt said that this is a pit stop for people who are traveling to Baguio, and indeed the road to this restaurant was reminiscent to our long trips to Baguio or Pangasinan. We were so hungry, our last meal was on a 9am breakfast at Subic. It was a busy Sunday, at 2 in the afternoon, the place was full. On another time, our eyes could've feasted on the big statue designs and the fishes freely swimming beneath.
The photos taken below were one hour after we finally had our table and the food was served. We were halfway through our meal so we managed to smile. We ordered a bilao of seafoods with rice served on small kalderos, my uncle Emvie commented that he could easily cook the same menu if we opted to go to our ancestral house instead of the 3 hour road trip. Its funny but I understood the emotion since we're famished that time.
When were done eating, we began to appreciate the visual sensations brought by the statues of fish, Buddhas and other creatures that make us think were in Thailand. There's even a San Kilo Bridge challenge where people can get a free 1 kilo of fish if they can successfully cross the bridge. Dont worry that's just a fake crocodile, but that's really steep!
One of the highlights of our Isdaan experience is the Tacsiyapo wall where we can buy anything from vase, glass, plate, even TV and smash it mercilessly on the wall. I think I spent a hundred pesos for various things that I gladly smashed to an undisclosed caption hahaha. This goes to show that we are very supportive as a family, my cousin was going through a break up and she needed a release.
Overall: Good food, poor service, very good ambiance! Maybe, try going there on a weekday instead.