Our niece’s christening (Yuna Mikaela) was held last February 2017 at Silang-Tagaytay Cavite. I was granted ninang duties and decided to write a blog post about it! Good thing that Bern, my cousin-in-law, gave me a thumbs-up in creating an article about her daughter’s event.
Kampare Inn, Bar and Restaurant is located at Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo High-way, Lalaan 2nd, Silang, Cavite. The facade of the establishment is very homey, somewhat woody (probably because of it’s Pinoy motiff). The parking area can fit 4-5 cars and has direct access to the high-way.
The ground floor is a restaurant which is open for walk-ins and reservations. The top floor is a function-room that can fit 15-25 people. It has billiards table and a provision for the karaoke system. There are around 4-5 tables which are neatly arranged. The resting area is decorated with Japanese cartoon characters, probably trying to make the vibe a little playful.
The balcony offers the view of the luscious greens of Silang. The temperature varies depending on the month. February is colder than most months, so there was a lot of fog outside. In the afternoon, the temperature drops to Tagaytay weather, so you’ll probably need a light jacket if you’re the ginawin type.
Their bar offers beers and a variety of hard drinks. Their menu is a mix of ala-carte and group meals. Here’s a photo of their available group meals.
We loved the sizzling sisig! I think we ordered 3-4 orders while enjoying the karaoke and billiards. Their menu sets are very Pinoy which include recipes for pork, beef, veggies and seafood.
I would say price is competitive. Not too cheap nor too expensive. If you want a small quiet place to celebrate, you can consider this restaurant as your event venue.
For more details, you can visit their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/kampareofficial/
P.S. As a bonus, here’s our family picture at the church after Yuna’s baptismal rites.