Mostly, the customers are in clusters of families having eat out..and once inside, you'll see sea creature dolls plastered on the posts..although the atmosphere they want to imbibe is that of a native one, i don't feel like it when i see these sea creatures..and don't be surprised if you don't see any thing that's got to do with samurai inside...though, the staff are courteous, and the service is fast...
Just like most of the seafood restos, they also offer the customers fresh seafoods, where you get to choose (just like a talipapa)...although the cooking is okay, what i like about this place is that they offer a wider array of selections, like Aligue rice (which was not that heavy on the bloodstream), baked scallops, and you get to choose what kind of cooking will you eat your shellfish (may it be diwal, nylon shell, or green shell)...and the price is just right to satisfy the belly and not hurt your pockets...
So as you will see when you enter this place, ALL ARE WELCOME to have a dining experience with SAMURAI TALABAHAN....they are open on Sundays to Thursdays from 10am to 10pm...Fridays and Saturdays they are open until 11pm..
Food - 3/5
Ambiance - 3/5
Value For Money - 5/5