Last weekend I was invited together with a group of Bloggers for a familiarization tour in a seaside residential property called Kawayan Cove. We were able to enjoy our visit at the Kawayan Cove dispite the rainy weather in Nasugbu. Although I was not able to take much landscape photos which is really my intention for joining the tour, I was not really that disappointed. Wanna Guess what made me happy? I think the answer is pretty much a give away!
Kawayan Cove Owners prepared a hearty Pinoy lunch for us right in front of the secluded Bamboo Beach. When I saw a lot of uncooked fresh sea foods in front of the beach house upon our arrival, I just told myself… the rain is perfect. Perfect time to pig-out specially with this kind of weather:)
Aside from freshly grilled tilapia, steamed crabs, grilled squid and shrimp kebab, they also served several authentic pinoy side dishes like sliced green mango with bagoong, ginisang kangkong, atsara (pickled green papaya) and salted egg with sliced tomato.
I love the way they cooked the Tinolang Manok because it has a Buko flesh which is perfectly blended with the sliced ginger, green papaya and sili leaves. The steamed rice was individually wrapped in banana leaves which makes the rice more unique and appealing. I also liked the chicken barbeque because its perfectly grilled to perfection.
They also served Lechon Batangas – a perfectly roasted pig, the Batangueno way. Batangas lechon was definitely not as good as Lechon Cebu, but Batangas Lechon is truly a must try.
After enjoying delicious pinoy dishes, a tray of creamy leche flan, maja blanca, sliced melon and sweet pineapple was served to complete our meal.
After the big lunch, the Puyat family – the owner and developer of Kawayan cove toured us around the facilities and amenities in Kawayan Cove and fell in love with the place right after.
Kawayan Cove is an exclusive seaside real estate property located in Nasugbu Batangas. Finally a real estate property that perfectly maintains a fine balance between infrastructure development and environment conservation. Its probably one of the best real estate property I’ve ever seen and hopefully not the last.
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