Treat yourself with Campsite’s artisanal hearty kamote bread sandwich.
Images: Kusina ni Tito Ernie Facebook Page
Kusina ni Tito Ernie, one of the successful homegrown food businesses in the city, has pitched a tent at SM City Puerto Princesa and named it Campsite by Kusina ni Tito Ernie. Tito Ernie is a family-owned and managed restaurant specializing in making its own artisanal ingredients. In this newest venture, the selection of snacks lives up to the standards they are known for: organic, slow-cooked, fuss-free.
When you drop by, try Campsite’s freshly fried beignets (PhP25 to PhP35), artisanal hearty kamote (sweet potato) bread sandwiches (PhP100 to PhP200), refreshing tamarind and all-natural drinks (PhP70), and also their “straight to the point-good quality” Batangas brewed coffee (PhP50).
The food spaces we listed here would certainly make you feel right at home. Their decadent dishes plus their cozy ambiance are nicely put together. If they pass your lavish taste, then head over to one, if not all of them!