Thursday, October 15, 2015

Enjoy KaKa’s Filipino Dishes, Generations of Filipino Cuisine

Photo from Kaka Facebook page
Kwento Ni Toto enjoyed Filipino dish in one of the restaurants in one of the busy malls in the metro. If you're one of those 80's or 90's kids who once lived in the rural areas in the Philippines then you'll definitely be missing the smell and taste of dishes cooked in that places. Worry no more because there's a restaurant that looks upon the Filipino's cultural heritage when it comes to cooking and serving food. Kaka is one of the restaurant's that serves authentic Pinoy dishes cooked in a very traditional way and process with natural ingredients. They pride their dishes without any artificial flavorings.

The name of the restaurant Kaka came with quite an interesting history itself. The restaurant was first named as Kahit Ano Kahit Saan but later on found out that there's an existing establishment with that same name. Then they come out with an idea of having KaKa which is a Tagalog term for an older brother or sister. So with it the name of the restaurant came about, KaKa.

Kwento Ni Toto was able to dig in with their selection of dishes and if to pick the top 5 dishes it would be having it into this list...

  • Kare-kare - Tasty, flavorful and nutty enough to indulge with. All natural that you can really enjoy in your palate and the meat is just right and tender.

  • Fried Hito with Buro - is just another Kapampangan delicacy that guests are looking for. If you like something different and your taste bus is as adventurous as mine this one is for you.

  • Tinutungang Adobadong Manok - if you like 'gata' with a twist of flavor then this kind of dish is to drool for. Not the usual 'gata' dish. For the Bicolanos this process is known to them where the coconut meat is grill a bit before extracting the coconut milk with a smokey flavor.
  • Sinigang Na Bangus Sa Bayabas - If you like Sinigang this particular dish can definitely boost more of your Vitamin C in take and of course the nutrients of 'bangus' (milkfish) and kamote tops. Another notable about this dish is its 'lapot' that you can really savor the natural flavor of the 'bayabas' (guava).
  • Adobong Baby Pusit - cooked just right enough to fully savor the inky taste of the baby squids. Just make sure not to smile when taking pics of the food escapade.

Aside from my top 5 list they also got other Pinoy dishes that will definitely lighten up your awareness of different Pinoy foods. Dessert and refreshments are also available.

So if you're tired of the usual fast foods better visit KAKA for some Pinoy dish adventure.

4th Floor, Bridgeway, SM Megamall, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City
Contact No.: 02 632-1213
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