In this metro with sprouting board game cafes all over, Game Over PH is on top of their league. Game Over PH stepped up and changed the way we look at board game restos. They really are a gem of Xavierville area. Everything we got is surprisingly good, and heavy! The stretch of the restaurant — lovely wall decors and very neat interiors.
On the side is their impressive selection of consoles. Rate differs per size of couch. You may ask their accommodating waiters for rates and availability upon your visit. This may not be the biggest selection of board and card games but it is a lot.
Closer look of the wall art. They have plenty of room for everyone, for big groups and for those just having a date for two. Btw, they have an ample parking space which is a big plus. Not sure though when the crowd starts to flock in. The above are the ones left. They have this mini bar at the farthest end of the place, if you want to directly order drinks or just have some alone time sitting at the bar stools.
And oh, how cute are those Pacman decors! In the middle, you can see this huge TV with lots of space for bigger groups. This is quite impressive. Imagine if you are a group of 10, you just have to shell out 95 pesos each. Btw, this is the only area where you can play Wii. We ditched the board games and chose this spot to play PS4 instead. This area is enclosed by translucent walls 4 groups can fit inside.
They have a lot of games to choose from and you can play different games within the time period. Time for the food! We got two pastas — this one is their Cheesy Meatball Fussili. Drooling on those big meatballs now. Nonetheless, it was okay.
The other one, our personal favorite, is their XO Pasta. This seems like just a plain pasta with four large shrimps on top, but mind you, the spicy kick is superb! We love how the flavors were played to create this one.
The serving is very generous too, two persons can survive by just ordering these. But, of course we ordered more. The Teriyaki Buffalo Wings is our first pick for a dish to be shared. Meat is tender and the coating is overly tasty. We wanted rice TBH. Good thing the ranch sauce is right there to normalize the taste and keep us calm from ordering rice. Second pick is the Pizza Margherita.
This is not your ordinary version as they topped a right amount of pesto sauce all over, making this our another favorite. Pesto Lover here, there might be a tiny bit of bias. Lol With all these, would you believe we only paid less than pesos for everything?
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