Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar in Quezon city is an events space, restaurant, and museum for the avid lovers of Philippine heritage. It’s also known for its patriotic preservation of 18th-century Spanish-Filipino homes in Bagac – Bataan, the majority of which were saved from complete ruin and neglect.
Me and my friends went here for a day tour that costed each of us ₱300. The tour allowed us to go around the the place for photoshoots and leisurely walks. The tour includes a merienda of special Filipino kakanin and beverage.
The feeling of strolling around here gives the visitor a spark of interest with Philippine culture, which is sure to be rich with plenty of forgotten history. There are churches, houses, and other structures that showcases the architectures our ancestors lived with. It’s a blast from the past with preserved elegance and culture.
The place hosts a variety of events including weddings and birthdays. People go here on dates and engagement proposals can be witnessed sometimes. It’s a romantic place to be, away from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila.
The food can be a bit pricey and there were a lot of negative reviews from other customers in their Facebook page regarding their dining experience and service. But I experienced very friendly staffs who accommodated me and my friends.