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“Munch” (to chew or eat audibly or with pleasure) and “Gulps” (to swallow rapidly in large amounts). A blog that sprung out of two sisters' passion for food. A compilation of food trips, food finds, recipes and other information akin to food. Be it high end or street food. Be it home-cooked or chef-made. Be it eaten hot or cold. Be it eaten cooked or raw. Let’s list and hunt for ingredients..let’s chop, slice, dice, mince, julliene..let’s boil, marinate, poach, bland..let’s stir-fry, barbecue, deep fry, bake..let’s plate and decorate..let’s mix, blend, squeeze and concoct. Let’s share recipes and other food information. Let’s Munch and Gulp..Bon Appetit and Cheers! =]

Thursday, March 31, 2011

Cafe Año: "Whatever you crave for, we got it!" (and more!)

Cafe Ano's facade

Crispy Chicken Skin - crispy chicken chunks and probably the best one we've tried

Chipirones - baby squid sauteed in olive oil with garlic and bay leaf that "tickles" your palate

Crispy Kare-Kare - their take on a classic that we truly enjoyed; a bursting experience of crispy meat, veggies and creamy peanut sauce; a must-try

Pata Bawang - a signature dish and their take on another classic; its Crispy Pata but with lots of deliciously olive oil fried garlic and other condiments

Lechon Kawali sa Bagoong Kamias - another signature dish; a genius combination of Lechon Kawali and Binagoongan but the twist is the use of Kamias (english: camias ginger lily; french: carambolier bilimbi), a pantropic firm sour fruit we enjoyed during childhood'; *hats off to you Chef!*

Corned Beef Sinigang - their version is served with chunks of meat and lots of veggies; the taste is a combination of sweet and sour that is truly classic Filipino Sinigang

Isda ni Juan Tamad - the name and look says it all; its crispy fried boneless Tilapia preferred by the Juan Tamad in us; no more picking and slicing, just savour!

Bangus Ano - another signature dish; big boneless Bangus (Milk Fish) fried in olive oil

Angus Beef Steak - the use of Angus Beef is definitely a treat in itself

Refreshing and fresh coolers and fruit shakes

Canonigo - big serving of fluffy and creamy Spanish dessert served with Mango balls

Suman sa Lihiya - Filipino rice dessert sans the banana leaf wrapper; served with deliciously light sweet sauce

Mango Turon - the shell is light and crispy and the Mango filling surprisingly intact firm and fresh; served with a creamy sauce that in our thinking, may also be a separate dessert

Maruya ala mode - Filipino dessert of fried banana topped with a scoop of ice cream

Location: 807-808 Westgate Precinct, Westgate Center Alabang, Muntinlupa
Reservations: 771-1281

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