Located at Ayala Triangle, Kanin Club will surely make your breakfast, lunch, dinner, or any other meal of the day totally complete.
I think by now, every one knows that their Dinuguan is amazingly good. I love it. As compared to other restaurants who serve dinuguan, this one’s pretty hefty in servings, as well as the meat content (some just pack on the sauce but don’t really put on too much meat).
Calderetang Nueva (P297.00)
Flavorful beef stewed in coconut milk, tomato sauce and other spices.
Seafood Kare-Kare (P 313.00)
Instead of meat, they put in prawns, mussels, and squid
Crispy Dinuguan (P274.00)
Pork heavenly deep-fried to a crisp then set in a semi-dry stew of pork blood.
The food didn’t take too long to cook like what you would expect from above casual dining. The crew are efficient. Their service charge is only twenty pesos so I encourage people to give tips to these guys. They refill water even without us asking. Definitely coming back.
Bon appétit, mon chéri!
Address: Ayala Triangle Gardens, Makati Ave, Makati, 1209 Metro Manila
Contact No.: (02) 621 6109
Operating Hours: 11:00 AM to 10:00 PM (Mon-Sun)