Imagine crispy, meaty chunks of liempo smothered in rich dinuguan sauce.
Are your arteries clogging right about now?
If you like pork and dinuguan I think you’re going to love it more with Kanin Club’s Crispy Dinuguan. Or if you’re averse to blood stew maybe this dish will change your mind.
We ordered Tinapa Fried Rice to go with our pampabata dish (Bakit pampabata? Because you won’t grow old if you order Crispy Dinuguan often, haha).
Plus Adobong Kangkong to complete the food pyramid.
One can’t go wrong with Filipino comfort food served hot and fast.
Kanin Club is at UP Ayala TechnoHub, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. Tel. No. 332 5978. Also check out Kanin Club in Westgate, Alabang (Tel. No. 771 1400) and their first branch in Paseo de Sta. Rosa, Laguna (Tel. No. 049 – 544 0332).