While me and my friends are looking for a good place to have dinner in Greenbelt, we stumble unto Recipes. The restaurant is located at the Level 2 of Greenbelt 3, Makati City. The restaurant offers affordable Filipino dishes and it has several branches already in Shangrila Plaza, Robinsons Ermita, Trinoma, Resorts World, Alabang Town Center and Ayala Terraces in Fairview.
Their restaurant here in Greenbelt is surprisingly spacious and neat. I was also surprised that their prices is really reasonable. I really love Filipino food and I am really excited to check out Recipes. We had their Vegetable Kare Kare, Lechon Kawali, Pork Binagoongan and Crispy Tilapia. Servings are really generous and it is good for up to 3 people.
Vegetable Kare Kare (175.00), I really liked their Kare Kare. It has no meat but it is still very tasty and well seasoned. The vegetables are cooked pretty well too. Masarap without reservations.
Lechon Kawali with Kangkong (P225.00), slices of crispy and tasty lechon kawali on top of fresh kangkong. Though I liked the idea of the kangkong, I just didn't like that there's too much soup. The kangkong soup base is also a bit bland. Masarap with a bit of reservations.
Pork Binagoongan (P240.00), tender pork belly sauteed in a very tasty and mildly seasoned bagoong with tomatoes, onion and garlic. The binagoongan is also topped with green mangoes for an added flavor which is perfect for the binagoongan sauce. I liked that the sauce is not too salty. Masarap without reservations.
Crispy Tilapia (P225.00), crispy tilapia fillets with a sweet and spicy soy sauce on the side. Well seasoned and not too salty. Masarap without reservations.
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