When my wife and I discovered this place I never failed to dine here at least 2 times a month. It has always been a top choice for my family. When I step inside the place I feel very welcomed and appreciated. Kare kare bagnet...More
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I liked the food choices. Pinoy food with a twist. We arrived at 6:45pm on a Sunday and we were the only customers. By 7:30pm the restaurant was already full. The food selection was interesting. Tacos with sisig. Ceasar salad with chix inasal. Kare kare...More
Highlights: a. The Bagnet Kare-Kare! Twist to bagnet and kare-kare gets my vote. Generous serving, can be enough for 2 people and the best I've tasted so far. Lowlights: a. The menu can be diversified.
Was here maybe 5 years (?) ago and visited it again as a companion read a review. Familiar Filipino food with twists like crispy bagnet kare kare (deconstructed - 2nd picture below) dry, with the peanut butter sauce/gravy under the bagnets. There were other familiar...More
We've always liked the karekareng bagnet. But from our last visit, the pork was overseasoned (too salty). The kare kare sauce was still great though. We also tried the gambas with aligue. It was very tasty and it really matched the bread that they served...More
We (a couple) came in on a weekend for an early lunch, the first customers for that day. We ordered crispy calamares for starters, had fruit shakes, and shared an order of Bagnet Ribs Lechon Paksiw (fried pork ribs which was supposed to be stewed...More
Came here for the annual get together with friends. Checked the reviews and tried kare-kareng bagnet, nori cheese sticks, chicken binakol and pancit bam-i. Everything's good! Service is fast. Value for money. Worth coming back.
Coffee crust beef was really something it is flavorful and tender not only that the Nacho longanisa was really good too both of the ingredients taste fresh and compliments to each other. Amazing experience i had in pino resto.