Kiapo: Okada Manila’s Filipino Food Stop

? Kiapo – ❤️❤️❤️??

? Okada Manila, Paranaque City

Overall:

Located inside Okada Manila’s Casino area, Kiapo offers traditional Filipino foods served with finesse and class. The restaurant is the most packed one among other Okada restaurants.

Here are the foods we’ve tried. Price is quite overwhelming seeing the serving size we got for each food, one thing we expect from fancy restaurants.

Chicharon Bulaklak (P330) – these are sinfully delicious! Finely spiced and salted and deep fried perfectly. It’s not oily thus not messy to eat. We crave for more though as the serving size isn’t that proportion for its price.

Pancit Canton (P390) – stir-fried egg noodles with pork, chicken, shrimp, and vegetables. If you like pancits that’s a bit salty because of soy sauce, then this one’s for you. We find it tasty to our liking.

Lemongrass Fried Chicken Wings (P400) – this lemongrass and garlic marinated wings are tender and juicy enough. Same with the Chicharon Bulaklak, we wished we had more.

Barbecue Pork Ribs (P460) – of all the foods we’ve ordered, this one’s were most happy about despite the hefty price. The meat is tender and tasty, and they got the classic sweet and salty barbecue we’ve always love.

Beef Bulalo (P450) – once served, we kinda forgot that this one’s labeled as Bulalo when in fact it looks like our homecooked Nilagang Baka. The meat is very soft and the soup is wonderful. We wished they put in more meat and corn for this bowl.

Value for money: If you’re really into Filipino food and happen to be at Okada, then is a good place to stay and relatively cheaper than the other restaurants in the hotel.

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Kiapo: Okada Manila’s Filipino Food Stop

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