We left on the day of my birthday for Dumaguete. We arrived there around 4:30pm. Our hotel had a van waiting for us at the airport to pick us up. We were supposed to get our ferry tickets from Coco Travel Safari along Rizal Blvd. but they were not ready yet when we arrived so we asked our contact person if they could bring it to our hotel instead. Happily, they obliged. After we settled in to our room, we went out to have an early dinner. It was drizzling when we got there so we didn’t really have the opportunity to go around the city plus our little one was so hyperactive that time (we blame it on the chewing gum we gave her on the plane – for her ears!) so we didn’t really have much choice but to go directly where we want to have dinner. We went to Sans Rival of course. We went to the smaller store first but we can’t figure out if it was the main restaurant or just the cake shop so we transferred next door. You can also order your sans rival and sylvannas from the main restaurant.
|This was taken along the baywalk of Rizal Blvd. just in front of Sans Rival|
For dinner, we ordered their salpicao and Paella Negra. Gosh just typing this now makes my mouth water. I can’t forget how delicious those two dishes were. Now I’m craving for their Paella!!!!
|Oopps Joema ordered a pork dish pala but I didn't like it as much. Talagang paella and salpicao yung tinira ko hahaha!|
Sans Rival is a very nice restaurant and very homey. It only seats a few people. Good thing when we arrived there were tables available. But the place can easily fill up.
|This was taken at the entryway of the restaurant while waiting for our food to arrive. Pati payong di pinalagpas ng anak ko.|
|Look how likot! She didn't eat much that night, she was running solely on the sugar from the chewing gum hahaha!|
To be continued...