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FK House Of Cashews, Polomolok, South Cotabato, Philippines
Opening Hours
10:00 - 19:00
Distance From City Center
2.9 km
Family Friendly
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House of Cashews


For everyone craving for the healthiest and most delicious food in General Santos, House of Cashews is the perfect place for you. 

Tucked in Eca Commercial Complex of Barangay Silway 8, House of Cashews is an organic farmer’s restaurant at the middle of more than 50 cashews trees of the 6,000 square-meter land owned by the Fuentespina - the family known for instigating the cashew industry in Southern Mindanao.

After 14 years in their cashew venture, the birth of House of Cashews in 2010 serves as the testament of their hardwork and passion. Since then, the place becomes a popular destination for both locals and foreigners who want to have a laidback dining experience. In 2016, the House of Cashews was recognized as the most outstanding small enterprise by the provincial government of South Cotabato. 

Have a taste of their healthiest and yummiest dishes. The restaurant promotes healthy living thus the use of organic ingredients freshly harvested in their garden. For a more relaxing experience, visit a nearby spa to unwind. 


Food and Ambiance 

Like a perfect symphony, your dining experience gives a melange of flavors that will excite your tastebuds. The restaurant incorporates cashews into their dishes with menu freshly made from the family’s own recipes and organic ingredients. They prioritize healthy dishes so keep in mind that they don’t serve pork in their place. From pure wild honey as sweetener to alkaline service water, it is a perfect place for every healthy buffs. 

Savor in their gustatory delights and signature dishes such as Fresh Lumpia, Aurora La Beef, Pimped Shrimp, Cashew Chicken in Garlic Sauce, Steamed Pompano, Kare-Kare kon Kasuy, Garden Salad, and Lasagna. For drinks, replenish your energy with their juices or tea freshly made from their own harvested fruits and herbs.