I grew up in Malabon and I know where to go to eat the best food like the back of my hand. So when I received an invite from Master Garden Restaurant I was a little cautious. Master Garden is situated at the heart of Malabon near the town hall and next to San Bartolome church and St. James academy. When I first heard about the place and saw the restaurant from outside my initial impression was that it was another Chinese restaurant.
Me and my loving wife arrived and was surprise on what we saw. Inside the restaurant was an ambiance unlike anything else in Malabon. Master Garden has the ambiance of Filipino casual dining restaurant you usually find in Quezon City or even Makati City. It has a state of the art LED screen and all around the restaurant you will find pictures of all the famous establishments in Malabon promoting the city.
Here’s a picture our family less our eldest in one of their function rooms which is elegant and roomy.
We were served several of their specialties like Buencamino Oysters.
Sinuglaw, Baby squids with olive oil.
Kalderetang Baka ni Pepe which is a family recipe as what they told us.
Baby Back Ribs and Adobong Kambing ni Master.
Pinakbet and Master Garden Fried Chicken.
Seafood Sinigang and Picasso.
And for dessert we had Chef’s Dessert and Chocolate Suman.
Each dish has a unique take and some of them are original family recipe that was borrowed to showcase how the owners family love for food.
The big surprise to me was that Master Garden also has 2 function rooms and 3 KTV rooms. This is perfect for special events and family gatherings.
Master Garden offers affordable KTV packages which are good for 10 people already. Complete with food and drinks, you can choose from the different packages that will delight your palate. Here are their packages:
Here a view inside one of their KTV room.
Master Garden has the makings of a future landmark of Malabon. It is a place where the whole family can dine, celebrate being together and have fun while enjoying good comfort food.