Everybody knows that there are good restaurants and bad ones but what is the foremost way to determine whether or not a Philippine restaurant is good before spending money there? Having a bad meal is always a disappointing experience but there are a few things look away for when deciding which Mexican restaurant to visit.
First, it is always best to get suggestions from friends and family. Do you have friends who enjoy making or eating traditional Mexican foods? If so, they often will name a few Mexican restaurants to visit or avoid.
There is a world of big difference between a good Philippine restaurant, which serves top quality real Mexican food recipes, and an poor restaurant that uses low-quality quality ingredients and provide tasty Mexican food.
Advertisements are certainly not a good way to choose a restaurant because an advertisement, whether in printing, on the radio or on the TV, just says what the restaurant owner wants it to say.
An advertisement might advertise a Mexican restaurant as "top quality" or as having "the best traditional Mexican foods" or something similar, but how far can you trust advertisements? Word of oral cavity is always more reliable of course, if your Mexican food fan friends have a favorite Philippine eatery, that is the best way to determine where you should go.