KKK Food Revolution

Mom and I went out for dinner last week. I suggested we try something new, a restaurant we haven’t been to before. We were going around Mall of Asia when we saw KKK Food Revolution. My mom was in the mood for Filipino food so we went inside and ordered.


Here’s what we ordered:

Sinigang Salmon P290
Ulo at tiyan ng salmon na niluto sa sinampalukang sabaw

Sinangag sa Tinapa at Itlog na Maalat P150
Kaning puti na guinisa sa itlog na maalat, kamatis at tinapa flakes

Garlic Pusit P250
Guisadong pusit sa wansuy, oyster sauce at maraming bawang

Buko pandan juice P140

Mom also ordered Guinataang Pancit [pancit canton, iba’t ibang gulay at sahog na guinisa at niluto sa red curry at gata] (not in photo) for take out. Their serving is good for 2 and everything is delicious. The rice alone is good enough to make your stomach full. We were bloated by the time we were done eating, we could not not finish our dinner. I would definitely go back to this place and try something else.

Mostly writing about my life and experiences, I started blogging in 2005. This current version of the blog has been established since 2011. Professionally, I'm a homebased SEO Expert for a UK company with international clients. With a wide range of interests and hobbies, it took me a while to narrow down my blog niche. I own and care for 5 dogs in a small studio apartment in Las Piñas City, Philippines. I love traveling locally when I have the means, otherwise, I spend most of my time at home.

4 Comments

  1. fruity@fruityoaty.com
    9 December, 2011

    Yum! I’m jealous. Buko pandan. Fresh young coconuts are hard to come by in my part of the world. Always frozen buko meat in Asian groceries, if you can find it.

    But I question the restaurant’s unfortunate use of KKK – acronym for Ku Klux Klan. Kinda dumb. Mmm, racist restaurant food! LOLZ.

    I’m sorry it took me so long to drop by and comment. Swamped with work and end-of-year projects (Christmas time crunch, uggh).

    Reply
  2. nicklelove
    9 December, 2011

    No problem. I haven’t dropped by your blog yet too. I will do it later.

    KKK is what they called the revolutionary group back in the day. 😉

    Reply
  3. Sarjie
    9 December, 2011

    wow, inggit ako sobra!!! lahat nung inorder nyo ang saraaaaaaaaaap!!! pag umuwi ako, let’s go here!! meet tayo!!!

    Reply
  4. Sarah & Things
    9 December, 2011

    yun din nasa isip ko nung una… ku klux klan, pero naalala ko ang mga Katipunero!! Andres Bonifacio!!!! KKK, filipino style. Nauna tayo.

    Reply

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