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Food Trip Friday: KKK Pinoy Food Revolution

Because hubby has eaten here quite a number of times already with his office mates and because he’s been raving about the delicious fare they had here, he brought us to KKK last Saturday, July 8, 2011.


We learned from our Philippine History class that KKK stands for “Kataas-taasan, Kagalang-galangang Katipunan ng mga Anak ng Bayan,” also known as Katipunan. Katipunan was a secret society of Filipino patriots, which aimed to gain independence from Spain through revolution.


Now, what does KKK in KKK restaurant stand for? I read from Joy Angelica Subido’s article that KKK here means “Kainan sa Kalye Kanluran.” The owners named their restaurant this way because their first food outlet was located on West (Kanluran) Avenue. KKK serves Filipino dishes with a contemporary twist.


Complimentary kropek (shrimp cracker)

While waiting for our orders, we were given a plateful of complimentary kropek, which my son loved.


Maquezong Lumpiang Shanghai, Php180.00

This was a yummy appetizer, and it’s also quite filling! This is special lumpiang shanghai served with homemade sweet chili sauce.


Sinigang na Lechon (Small), Php290.00

We all loved this! They used real sampaloc (tamarind) for their sinigang broth. It had the right sourness, and it was rightly salted, too, plus, they really used lechon baboy (roast pig) here. This was really delicious!


Krispy Bangus Belly sa Manggang Hinog Sarsa, Php250.00

If you’re a bangus (milkfish) lover just like me, I’m sure you’ll like this. This is crispy-fried bangus belly with singkamas (Mexican turnip) and celery served with sauce made from ripe mangoes.

We really enjoyed our stay and our food at KKK.

KKK Pinoy Food Revolution

Lower Ground Floor, Building B
SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City

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12 Responses

  1. a friend mentioned this resto about 2 weeks ago. i imagine this cheesy lumpiang shanghai, nom.nom.nom. and the bangus belly with mango salsa, mukhang masarap! i love bangus belly.:p

  2. wow, the roast pig soup looks really yummy!! sourness wt the right taste of saltiness.. yumm.. this soup reminds me of our chinese salted mustard soup. 🙂

    btw, thanks for dropping by my blog. I’ve added you in my yummy blogroll! Hv a nice day! 🙂

  3. everything looks yummy…sinigang na lechon sounds so interesting! nakakatuwa ang location, malapit lang sa bahay, hehehe! 🙂 parang ang daming bago sa megamal, hehehe, sana makauwe at makakain sa KKK. visiting from FTF, have a great week. 🙂

  4. kakagutom nga…tunoy na pinoy ang pagkain…
    the best uan lechon na sinigang,ginagawa namin d2 jan with leftovers lechon esp un mga buto-buto…

  5. Oh, I want to try that maquezong lumpiang shanghai but kind of expensive for that small serving. Sulit ba?

    Thanks for visiting my last week’s entry of FTF!

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