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We got a bit lost on our way to Ugu Bigyan's Pottery. Waze was acting up and traffic was a bit heavy on the town proper. We arrived at 12:30pm and were ravenous. The staff was quick to acknowledge our arrival and immediately served our food. It was a feast of soup, ginataang puso ng saging, paco salad, calamari, pork... 更多
the place is difficult to locate since it doesnt bear signages for directions. only a few locals are familiar with the pottery. our biggest mistake was dropping in past lunchtime sans a reservation (at least 24 hrs ahead of time) since they dont prepare without confirmed reservations. the pots are artworks and quite pricey.
I had been coming back to this place especially for friend coming to town . And this place never disappoint our guest . The food is very good , fresh always . And with sidelines for pottery lessons.
It's located inside a subdivision and to get there, you have go to the side streets of Tiaong, Quezon. You need to trust Google Maps or Waze for this since when we went there, there were no signs pointing to the direction. Perhaps because it was election season and most of the walls and electrical poles were covered with campaign... 更多
On your way to Lucena province in south of Manila just a town after the busy streets of San Pablo City,you reach Tiaong.It's no longer as traffic but you'll feel a "home" atmosphere the coconut trees on both sides of the road seem to give one visual effect of wilderness.The nipa huts on the road side are inviting enough for... 更多
Initially, our idea is to take a look at the pottery made by Ugu Bigyan but we were lucky enough to be squeezed in the lunch. The food was tremendously great, especially the pako salad! We barely finished all the food served for us two.
This sure is a very nice place to go to unwind. I had been here once before - a few years ago and I recall leaving this place feeling better. My stomach was full, too and so did my eyes. My other senses were likewise teased. My wallet did get damaged. I seriously hope that many people get a chance... 更多
There are no directional signs going to their place (if there are, we didn't notice). Two out of the four locals we asked didn't know where it is. We had to make a U-turn twice to reach their place. No signage also in their gate, only the house number. We didn't eat but just stopped by to look at their... 更多
I've heard and read a lot of good reviews about Ugu Bigyan but it was just yesterday when I remembered to go here with my family. Tips: 1. MAKE A RESERVATION. I don't think they accept walk-ins as they need to prepare the meals for the guests prior to their arrival. 2. PLAN YOUR ITINERARY to arrive at Ugu's an... 更多
It's a long drive from Manila (around 3 hours) but it's SO worth it. The grounds are restful, beautiful and full of charming discoveries that make for a delightful walk; and the pottery pieces he has on sale are unique, impeccably crafted, and full of heart. Even if it was raining, and we didn't get to meet Ugu (he had... 更多