Just like Pancit Batil Patung. A well-loved dish in Cagayan Valley makes its way to Space Food Park through OK.NOM. This is made of noodles with sauteed meats and vegtables. A piece of egg is cracked on top and stirred in simmering beef stock served as sauce on the side and this looks like an egg drop soup.
And of course the ever popular in all parts of the country, the crispy sisig. It’s made from parts of the pig’s head and liver with onions and chili.
Dinakdakan (Good for Sharing) Php250
Boiled and grilled pig parts-ears, liver, and face (mascara) are the most commonly used
Crispy Sisig (Good for Sharing) Php250
Made from parts of the pig’s head and its liver, chopped up and mixed with onions and chili
Longganisang Tuguegarao Php99 (solo with rice) / Php198 (double with rice)
Tangy, salty, garlicky and cooked on its own rendered fat
Chicharon Bulaklak/ Bituka Php125
Deep-fried ruffled fat often consumed with alcoholic drinks and is best eaten when dipped in spicy vinegar
Pancit Batil Patung (Good for Sharing) Php300
Composed of two parts: noodles with toppings, and the sauce which looks like an egg drop soup. Poached egg along with sauteed meats and vegetables are topped over the fresh miki noodles, while a piece of egg is cracked and stirred-in simmering beef stock and poured in a bowl. Both components should be present when eating this dish to experience optimal flavor.
“Crispy” Dinardaraan (Good for Sharing) Php110 (a la carte) / Php120 (solo with rice) / Php199 (double with rice)
Which is also known as Pork Dinuguan is made of pork belly, pork liver and pig’s blood with a touch of chili pepper
Lechon Kawali (Good for Sharing) Php145 (a la carte) / Php150 (solo with rice)
Crunchy deep fried pork belly
Crispy Pata (Good for Sharing) Php399
Crispy, flavorful deep-fried pig’s leg
Chicken Skin Chicharon Php125
Deep fried chicken skin similar to Pork Cracklings, best when accompanied with beer.
Address: Space Food Park, Menlo St. corner Leveriza St., Pasay City
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