Kanin Club is a destination restaurant for those who love Filipino food whether you are a foreigner or a Filipinos. Tucked in the UP AyalaLand Technohub Mall along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon city, the restaurant has a very welcoming air with its very native interiors of wooden chairs and tables. The walls are decorated with Filipino work of arts typically classical and impressionists paintings. My two guests from Los Angeles, USA were quite impressed with the restaurant's interiors coupled with the excellent native cuisine. It was their last day of vacation and they will be flying off by the afternoon. So, Kanin club was a perfect place to eat native dishes....from crispy dinuguan, daing na bangus, pakbet and laing. While, these dishes were typical Kanin Club always gave an extra twist. The pakbet had fried liempo, the laing had chunks of pork meat and the crispy dinuguan was just succulent. They even ordered the native drink of sago and gulaman which they compared to be better than the Vietnamese drink in LA. The restaurant was quite packed even on an ordinary working day. People came in all sorts of attires...from summery frock to denims to children''s costume of sgt. peoppers band of the Beatles. Teenies in high heels and shorts and the ordinary man looking for a good lunch. As we left the restaurant, my guests exclaimed.....Hmmmmm ......that was good!!
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