Located in Tayabas, Quezon, KAMAYAN SA PALAISDAAN is an ideal getaway restaurant for seafood lovers. The restaurant is a little hard to find– save for a sign that is lit up in neon lights at night – but has a charming feel to it, with quaint nipa huts propped above a huge pond. Equally charming are the restaurant’s owners, Rosauro de los Santos and his wife, Evangeline who started this business 15 years ago. Ross (as he preferred to be called) was really into fish since he was a kid so he decided to set up a fish pond and sold tilapia along the road. Then customers would ask him to cook the fish he sells them. That’s how he started.
The menu consists mostly of fish, since Tayabas is known for their light and delectable seafood compared to Lucban’s meat fest. Big winners are the Inihaw na Pla-Pla (also known as tilapia), and the Inihaw na Hito. All his cooks are native chefs, so one can expect an authentic taste of Tayabas in their dishes. Other dishes, worthy of praise are the Inihaw na Spare Ribs, Squid in Oyster Sauce, and their own version of Salpicao (mixed vegetable & seafoods).
Native designed function rooms for Cocktail parties, Conference, Wedding, Birthday and other Private Occasions. Formal and informal dinning with
lush appurtenances and grand artistically rendered interior furnishings and décor. When enjoying a banquet the surroundings and ambiance of the place transports one to the heady confines of the sophisticate and formal and good graces inclined.