New Dishes Alert at Isobel Restaurant and Bar

Nov 27, 2018 by

New Dishes Alert at Isobel Restaurant and Bar

Our followers know how much we love Isobel Restaurant and Bar. We’ve featured them a couple of times in the past. It’s one of our highly-recommended restaurants because they offer good food at affordable prices in a cozy ambience.

In fact, I celebrated my birthday there.

They invited us for another feature because they have a whole new lineup of dishes. As lovers of good food, who are we to say no?

Will you say no? Let this feature help you decide.

Rice and Pasta

It’s our first time to try their Sisig Rice.

Isobel Restaurant and Bar is known for their rice dishes and I had high expectations for this one. I approve of this one. We love to eat sisig and rice, so why not combine them?

We also tried their Chicken Alfredo Pasta.

It has this creamy texture. It’s seasoned well. I always go for rice and ulam at Isobel but this is something I’d order when I visit for a snack.

Meat Lovers’ Delights

The Baby Back Ribs was a hit.

It’s meaty with a bit of fat for flavor. That glaze is amazing.

They also have Beef Caldereta.

I love how the beef flavor is really emphasized in this one. The sauce is just a bonus.

The Sinigang na Bulalo is a pleasant surprise.

The sour broth really complemented the fatty flavor of the beef bulalo.

For a lighter beef dish, try the Stir Fry Beef and Broccoli.

It’s light on the guilt feeling but still heavy on the stomach. The beef slices are tender and the broccoli is crisp.

Make sure to try the Isobel Fried Chicken.

There’s no need for heavy breading. It’s fried chicken seasoned to perfection.

For something different, you can try the Cantonese Fried Chicken.

It’s an interesting take on the fried chicken that’s worth a try.

Seafood Dishes

They have Fried Tilapia with Side Dish.

I love the taste and presentation of the fried tilapia.

The Sweet and Sour Lapu-lapu is a treat.

The lapu-lapu is fresh and fried to perfection, with the sweet and sour sauce providing a nice contrast in taste and texture.

They also have the Gambas Al Ajillo.

It’s the best among the seafood dishes we’ve tried and we loved all 3.

Sizzling Dishes

I got excited when I heard sizzling in the kitchen. They have Sizzling Bulalo Steak.

I’ve been eyeing this for a long time and it didn’t disappoint. It’s as tender and as good as I imagined it to be.

We also got the Sizzling Chicken with Mushroom Gravy Sauce.

Their chicken is good. Served sizzling style with mushroom gravy sauce? That’s even better.

I absolutely loved the Sizzling Crispy Dinuguan.

It’s one of the most sinful dishes I’ve seen and tried. It’s worth every dietary sin it comes with.

How about Desserts?

This plate of fresh fruits is healthy and refreshing.

It’s a perfect way to feel good about yourself after that filling meal!

That is, until you try the sinful Crème Brulee!

It’s worth the guilt feeling, though!

Visit Isobel Restaurant and Bar Today!

If you haven’t tried it yet, what are you waiting for? If you’ve tried it before, now’s a good time to go back so you can try their new dishes!

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Address: City Park Subd. Brgy. Sabang, Lipa, Batangas (It’s about 20 meters from the main entrance on your left.)

Contact No.: (043) 404 8697

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday, 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM

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As a frustrated chef, Jay puts his Certificate in Culinary Arts from the International School for Culinary Arts & Hotel Management to good use by eating...a LOT. As the co-founder and head blogger for Hello Lipa, you'll often see Jay touring the city for the best places to dine in and the most fun events to attend. If not doing Hello Lipa duties, you'll see Jay either at a Starbucks or at the gym, if not doing hubby and daddy duties at the Recinto/Hello Lipa HQ.
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