Masamirey Cove Resort is truly a paradise—this we can really attest to because we just recently spent three days and two nights with them! The whole resort is just so beautiful and relaxing, and it definitely took us away from the busy and noisy streets of the city.
On top of the splendid environment, Masamirey Cove Resort is also loved for their food offerings which can be found on their Umbrella Tree Kitchen + Bar. Believe us, their dishes are top-notch and sumptuous!
For our first night with them, we had our dinner at their Umbrella Tree Kitchen which is an open enclosure space that is right at the center of the resort. From here, guests can have a view of their suites as well as their pool and the beach. It definitely is a plus that we got to enjoy their amazing food and drinks selection with a gorgeous view!
We first started our dinner with their Baked Poqui-Poqui (Php 280) which got us hooked in an instant! This one is eggplant dip that is oozing with béchamel and mozzarella, and comes with homemade bread.
Next we had some of their mains, and from this, we first enjoyed their Grilled Skewered Tuna (Php 395) which is a plate of tuna cubes, eggplant, miso, sesame oil, and leeks; as well as their Coconut Kaffir Lime Seafood Stew (Php 850) which is a homey bowl of coconut milk, kaffir lime, lemongrass, ginger, shrimp, mahi-mahi or parrot fish, and mussels.
Those two had us craving for more sea freshness, so good thing that Masamirey Cove Resort’s Umbrella Tree Kitchen + Bar also served us their Sinigang na Talakitok (300 grams Php 600) which made us reach for more rice and have more than just one round! This familiar dish is just oh-so-good!
After that, we then moved onto their pork-starred dishes! Their Lechon Kawali Binagoongan (Php 380) is crispy pork belly with shrimp paste & tomato sauce, and fried eggplant; while their Grilled Liempo with Green Mango Salad (Php 395) is of grilled pork belly, green mango, sili, heirloom tomato, and patis dressing. These two hearty dishes were both so flavorful, we are telling you!
Then, of course, to end our first night with them on a sweet and delectable note, Umbrella Tree Kitchen + Bar of Masamirey Cove Resort served us their Fried Patupat (Php 190) which is native rice cake, vanilla ice cream, and toasted coconut flakes; and their Inkalti (Php 230) which is sinakob fondue, banana, sweet potato, and bilo-bilo. We loved both of these, indeed.
Last, but definitely not the least, we also grabbed some of their sippies! Their Cookies and Cream Milkshake (Php 160), Mango-Banana Milkshake (Php 160), and Ube Sago Milkshake (Php 160) are perfect for kids and even kids at heart; while their Ube Colada (Php 220), and Peaches and Cream (Php 220) are yummy cocktails that are just so hard to resist.
Masamirey Cove Resort’s Umbrella Tree Kitchen + Bar really had our taste buds and bellies pampered on our first night already. Indulge in a luscious feast with Umbrella Tree Kitchen + Bar by booking a stay with Masamirey Cove Resort. For more information, visit Masamirey Cover Resort’s Facebook, Instagram, and Website.