What we ordered:
Ensaladang Mangga, Steamed Brocolli, Crabs with Oyster Sauce, Crabs with Buttered Garlic Sauce, Chili Garlic Shrimp, Steamed Lapu Lapu Chinese style and Halaan
Taste = 5/5
– Palutuan-type restaurants have the advantage of using the freshest ingredients, usually seafood, and Shylin had good cooks that did justice to the seafood. The crabs were very silky and sweet, Lyn liked them very much. The garlic butter sauce was sinful. I felt like I had a delicious glove made of butter after eating the crabs – that’s how much butter there was in the sauce. The shrimps were larger than what we expected. They were succulent and the sauce in the heads tasted very fresh. I like ginger very much and the taste of the halaan was very refreshing. Lyn liked the ensaladang mangga, it was sour, sweet and salty but more on the sweet side. The meat of the lapu-lapu was very soft and there was no fishy taste at all. The hint of sesame oil in the sauce made it more special. Fresh seafood cooked this well will always satisfy anyone.
Service = 4/5
– There were a lot of servers and were willing to serve us. On some occasions, we needed to call their attention to get service.
Ambience = 4/5
– In the area, there are two Shylins. The branch we went to had an air-conditioned area and an al fresco area. The tables and chairs were basic and the air-conditioned area was bright and clean.
Value for money = 5/5
– The total price we paid was very reasonable. The quality of the food they served exceeded my expectations.