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Mangan @MoA: Contemporary Kapampangan Dishes

For this Weekend Adventure, the Gulay Gang goes to Mangan at Mall of Asia to try out their contemporary spin on traditional Kapampangan cuisine.

Mangan looks and feels quite fancy. But not too fancy, it's still not fine dining. But it's a very homey family friendly resto.

Tray Mirror Deco

Heavy spoon and forks

Bookshelf incorporated with the kitchen's window. Pretty cool, :D

The Gulay Gang is ready eat!

We used a voucher from +CashCashPinoy to get a discount at this restaurant. The voucher was worth P1000 and I only paid P600 for it. :)

We ordered a few drinks and food items from their menu:

Sisig ni Mely P260
Crispy Pata P600
Crispy Hito with Burong Mangga and Burong Hipon P180
Gatang Sitaw at Kalabasa P180
Tocilog :D
Me and my Dalandan Juice 
Papa and Mama, with their San Mig, and Mango Shake
Bingo with his Iced Tea
Let's take a quick review, we ordered four viands and ordered rice. We pretty much shared everything and we ate all of it. The best thing I tried here is the crispy hito with burong mangga. Oh my gosh that was awesome. I liked that the fish was really crispy and well seasoned, and the burong mangga was just tart enough to cut through the salty fish. 'twas GOOD! The Crispy pata was okay, a little disappointing because the amount of bones we had left was far more than the amount of meat we got to eat from it. Their sisig, ginataang kalabasa and tocilog were all okay. Nothing too impressive. The total bill was way over the voucher's worth but it was still well within budget. :)

Overall, Mangan serves pretty darn good Filipino food at an affordable rate. I can easily go back here even without a voucher.

SM Mall of Asia
SM Mall of Asia, Seaside Blvd
Manila Bay Reclamation Area, Pasay
(02) 556-2783

Gulay Gang: +Ana Carla Pagulayan +Carmelita Pagulayan +Renz Pagulayan +Ben Pagulayan
Visited: January 28, 2013