We dropped by Isaw Haus last Sunday on our way home from Greenhills shopping center. At first, we were in doubt if we could find a decent parking outside this resto until their security guard lead us to their parking area. We were surprised to see that there was a car wash service inside and their parking can accommodate about 20 cars.
You can choose from dining inside their restaurant or at their nippa huts so you could watch your car while it’s being cared for.
I (Alaine) took the liberty of ordering our meal. I ordered 5 sticks of isaw ng baboy, 5 sticks of isaw ng manok, crispy tokwa’t baboy, 2 bottles of iced tea and 2 cups of rice. Our orders were served in less than 10 minutes. We loved their isaw but didn’t enjoy their sauce that much. We think they add water on their soy sauce because it tastes awful. But the good thing is, their isaw can be eaten as it is. Probably the best isaw we’ve ever tasted.
Their towa’t baboy was perfectly done – crispy on the outside but still tender on the inside. But again, the sauce is just not the perfect match. We only paid P319.00 for our meal (we had to take home the tokwa’t baboy because we had too much isaw).
The car wash by the way only cost P80.00
If you guys are looking for a place to eat isaw or a decent car wash, then Isaw Haus is the perfect place for you.
Enjoy the rest of the week!
Migs and Alaine