For my birthday this year, I decided to bring my family to Sarsa Kitchen+Bar at their MOA branch, Chef JP Anglo's popular restaurant offering Filipino food with a delicious and interesting twist. My first dining experience in Sarsa with friends was extraordinary so I figured I'd bring my love ones for them to try it too. Besides, this is after all a Pinoy restaurant so convincing them to check it out is really a no-brainer. We arrived early for dinner which was a good thing because we had no reservations and dining with a big group is quite difficult for a restaurant as popular as Sarsa.
A variety of condiments and sauces are placed on each table to give additional flavor to an already delicious meal. But the few times I've been to Sarsa, not once did a need to use any of these condiments arose as everything I tried were good enough for me as it is.
What we ordered
|Tanigue Kinilaw - Php330.00|
|Crispy Pata Negrense Style - Php495.00|
|Bugtaw-Bugtaw (Gising-Gising) - Php190.00|
|Sarsa Kare-Kare - Php340.00|
|Sizzling Kansi (Sizzling Bulalo) - Php380.00|
|Roasted Kalabasa with Green Beans - Php210.00|
We also ordered Pakpak Inasal (Php175.00) and Sinigang Fried Chicken (Php420.00) but it was hard to take a decent photo with so many forks reaching out to get a piece of it. Also not on the photo are Plain Rice (Php35.00 per cup) and Garlic Rice (Php50.00 per cup).
|Ginamos Fried Rice - Php60.00 per cup|
We loved everything at Sarsa! I never heard not a tiny complain from my hard-to-please family but only compliments that the food we had were exemplary, delectable and unforgettable. Even my grandmother who is a great cook thought that Sarsa's play on these classic and distinct Filipino dishes was a brilliant idea and worth the wait and certainly worth trying out.
2F South Veranda Entertainment Mall
Mall of Asia, Pasay City
Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel.: (63915) 307-1426
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