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Jun 22, 2011

Foodie Critic: HOUSE OF CASHEWS

My mama and I share the same cravings for roasted cashew so when I heard about the opening of a more accessible House of Cashew. I brought her there together with my other sisters.  With the purpose of simply checking the place if its worth a second visit, I came up with this review.




AMBIANCE. The 5-tabled place (4 inside + 1 outside), housing different cashew dishes got a homey feel to it. Best for a couple or a small group of four, the House of Cashew located in one of the spaces of the new ECA Building, made a wrong decision in furnishing their Showroom and Delicacy House with bulky hardwood tables. They should rethink of putting tables and chairs that would make a small space look bigger. They can put the bigger tables outside instead. Anyhow, the use of recycled and handcrafted menu board and other stuffs inside the resto is commendable.


FOOD. We came to the House of Cashew for what they became famous for - their FRESH LUMPIA. The grounded cashew as a substitute to peanut gave the dish an oomph. The taste is indeed better compared to the other available local fresh lumpia. They also have a generous serving that would make you consider the Fresh Lumpia as a complete and satisfying meal - good news for those who are on diet. I would highly recommend people to go and try the House of Cashew's FRESH LUMPIA.




A pasta lover in me also tried the House's Lasagna. The regular serving for the price of Ninety pesos can be shared by two. The crunchy texture of the cashew made it unique and worth trying. I find the lasagna too sweet for my taste though, maybe my taste buds was used of loads of cheese on my lasagna.



SERVICE. It is really good to note that if you dine at the House of Cashew you will surely be take good care of. The owners are really hands on in managing the place that you would really get a quality service from their staff. Orders usually arrive the customers table after three to five minutes from the time the waiter took your order.


If you wish to visit HOUSE OF CASHEW:Showroom and Delicacy House they are located at #5 ECA Food Arcade, ECA building, Dadiangas Heights, General Santos City.

9 comments:

  1. san banda ang ECA building Dimpz?

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  2. yung bagong building straight ng VERANDA cids.. :)

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  3. House of CashewsJuly 11, 2011 at 1:03 AM

    I just came across your blog.. thank you. hope to see you again.. =)

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  4. gwapo ang waiter...haha mkamiss ang mga food... :D God bless po ate..pkiregards ko ila madam :)sana mkapunta ulit ako jan.. :)

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  5. @Anonymous - If you wish to visit HOUSE OF CASHEW:Showroom and Delicacy House they are located at #5 ECA Food Arcade, ECA building, Dadiangas Heights, General Santos City.

    ECA Building is a new building near VERANDA..

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  6. Wow there's a restaurant that specializes in cashew?! Astig. I wish there was one near our city :(

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  7. @personal cook - come and visit House of Cashews if you happen to get lost in the city of Gensan!.. :)

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