Club Victorina for a Good Meal or a Lazy Swim


Tucked away inside Baseview Homes Subdivision in Barangay Sico in Lipa City is this delightful clubhouse-cum-restaurant-cum-resort called Club Victorina. With its spacious hall that is easily converted into a dining area, the clubhouse is more commonly used for large catered events like weddings, promenades, seminars and other gatherings.

What is less known is that the clubhouse is open as well for walk-in customers looking for a quick meal or snack or even a lazy swim in the pools to relieve the tropical heat and humidity.

The restaurant is versatile rather than thematically specific, capable of serving up a meal in the true spirit of fine dining. There is a wide assortment of appetizers, soups, salads and desserts to choose from. For the main entrées, diners may choose from an assortment of chicken, pork, beef or seafood recipes.


Club Victorina was first opened back in December of 1996, initially for use by homeowners inside the subdivision. As the club’s restaurant’s reputation grew in the region, management subsequently decided to open the place up to be of service to the public.
Steaks and other sizzling plate orders are also available; as are combo meals for those who do not have time to pore through lengthy menus. All offerings are priced comparably with most other fine dining establishments.

Club Victorina is, however, not just for the uppity. Budget meals and an assortment of sandwiches are available in consideration of students and office workers who may wish to treat themselves to a meal or a snack in an altogether different atmosphere.

A shade costlier, perhaps, than your average diner; but the ambience alone is well worth the few extra pesos.

For those with time to spare, there is even the added attraction of the pools – PHP 95 during the day at 145 for night swimming. There is a large pool for adults and a small lone for children. Thus, the club is even attractive for a weekend daytrip family getaway.

Club Victorina was first opened back in December of 1996, initially for use by homeowners inside the subdivision. As the club’s restaurant’s reputation grew in the region, management subsequently decided to open the place up to be of service to the public.


Any interested parties may call (043) 757-1100 or (043) 404-2582 for bookings and inquiries. Please ask for Mylene, Thelma or Imelda. You may also send e-mail to mail@clubvictorina.com or leave a message at the club’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/clubvictorina.

















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