Although it may not be the easiest establishment to get to for non-hotel guests, diners will certainly enjoy Apu's traditional and authentic Filipino dishes.
Apu may have some hits and misses when it comes to food, but the service and ambience more than made up for its shortcomings. Start your meal with Apu's kinilaw na tanigue, a spicy-sour fish marinated in vinegar dish. Highly recommended on the menu is their sinigang. With options such as lechon, prawn, and pork, it can be difficult to choose just one. The prawn sinigang, however, was the perfect balance of sour, salty with a little spice that most Filipinos are familiar with. To end your meal, have the leche flan. Apu has perfected this creamy and rich dessert.
Apu sizzling sisig PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PERSON