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Celebrating life’s occasion spells good food, endless conversations and lots of laughter.

This time, we celebrated my youngest brother-in-law’s birthday at this restaurant that serves Pinoy food which mostly of Kapampangan origin. Here we revisited some Pinoy favorite dishes: Crispy Pata and Kare-Kare to name a few.

IMG_8132_dpp_1200_sahagunBamboo Rice Php250. Mountain rice cooked with shrimps, wood ear mushrooms and bamboo shoots steamed in a bamboo shell.

IMG_8134_dpp_1200_sahagunGising-Gising Php240. Sliced kangkong stalks sauteed in red hot chili peppers and coconut milk.


IMG_8135_dpp_1200_sahagunKlassik Kare-Kare Php595. Traditional style with oxtail, tripe, and vegetables in a rich peanut-base sauce.

IMG_8136_dpp_1200_sahagunPastel de Lengua Php350. No Filipino fiesta would be complete without this tender ox tongue dish on the table, this time it’s baked!

IMG_8131_dpp_1200_sahagunKnockout Knuckle Php595. By unanimous decision, this Ang Hang take on the traditional fried crispy pata, won the heart of many foodies.

Abe Restaurant
3rd Level, SM Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall
EDSA corner Julia Vargas Ave., Mandaluyong
Metro Manila, Philippines

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