Monday, January 30, 2012

Pinoy Food Revolution

We had a taste of Filipino food at KKK yesterday. The Hubby and I just had our late snack so we didn’t participate in the food ordering anymore and basically just accompanied my MIL and SIL as they had dinner. Pero shempre I had to taste din what they ordered for purposes of blogging, hehe! ;-)

The name itself suggests all things Filipino. Although the restaurant's KKK stands for Kainan sa Kalye Kanluran, it is a derivative of the KKK, that we generally know as Kataas-taasan, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan. Hmm, wouldn't you feel like revisiting the Philippine history? I am still up to that Bataan roadtrip! ^_^

We were surrounded by native wall decors! The walls also had images of people in their native Filipino attires during the Spanish Era.

Aren't those in the wall photo Dr. Jose Rizal and Antonio Luna?

I so like this chandelier that is made of bottles!

Their menu offers Filipino comfort foods. I would have loved to order suman and tsokolate if I weren’t concerned about my tummy bursting anytime from over-eating earlier that night! They have bottomless sago and gulaman! Very Filipino indeed!

My MIL and SIL ordered for Sotanghon Guisado, Bagoong Rice and Crispy Pata. 

Bagoong Rice comes with Tocino Bites, Egg and Green Mango Strips 

The skin is so crunchy! 

They gave us a complimentary serving of Kropek while we wait for our food, which Amber devoured as soon as she saw it. She won’t even let our hands go near the bowl of Kropek. She just handed it to us one by one when we asked. At least nag-share naman. ;-\

What I really commend about this restaurant is the great service! Service staff that go the extra mile to do their job shouldn’t be left unnoticed so I’m going to talk a great length about it!

I like that my SIL who ordered for a bottomless sago and gulaman, doesn’t have to call them to refill her drinks. They came in for a refill as soon as she put down her empty glass.

One of their managers immediately assisted us with Amber’s stroller as we entered the restaurant. He offered us to park it in a nearby empty space himself. In some places, we still had to ask the staff where we can park the stroller. He even offered to throw away the empty disposable cup that I put on the stroller’s cup holder.

They were very attentive to our requests and delivered them promptly.

I hope that they maintain this level of service. Since we, the Hubby and I, didn’t get to eat and order much, we will definitely come back and try more of what they offer. 


  1. Sarap ng Crispy pata! Are you sure you were not tempted to eat? Kung ako mapapakain ako niyan. hehehe :)

    Iba talaga pag ok ang customer service no? Binabalik balikan :)

    1. eh shempre kumain ako! ako pah! hahaha! tikim lang talaga, promise. ^_^

  2. Replies
    1. ...and miss pinoy foods a lot? ^_~ thanks for dropping by kim. nice photos you got on your blogs! ^_^


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