Finally back, and lusting for Filipino food! And among our favorites is this restaurant in Makati's Ayala Triangle bound by Ayala Avenue, Paseo de Roxas and Makati Avenue.
We first "discovered" Kanin Club years ago in Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Back then, we were intrigued and pleasantly surprised with creative dishes like Sinigang Rice and Crispy Dinuguan. Both pork-based but we didn't mind. Good is how we'd describe them.
Then we added more favorites like the Ginisang Patola and Tapa. We also tried the Crispy Liempo but found them too dry and ordinary.
But we really enjoyed the Tinapa Rice as much, if not more than the Sinigang Rice. The Tinapa rice is the usual fried rice or sinangag but with flavorful tinapa bits. Yum!
We enjoyed our lunch here as usual. Good comfort food with a twist. What clinched it is the budget-friendly prices, ambience and good service.