We had a late lunch at Mannang in SM Megamall last Saturday, and because we were really hungry, we hurriedly ordered the following: Tofu Sisig, Kalderetang Baka, Adobong Pusit, Honey Lemon Tea and Buko Sherbet (this one’s from Mann Hann).
For sisig lovers out there, you should try this. It’s a bit spicy, has lots of onions and it’s really yummy, plus it’s healthy because it’s not laden with bad cholesterol, like pork sisig.
I wish they made the beef meat more tender, and it needed more salt, too.
Hubby loves adobong pusit, and this one did not disappoint him. The sauce was black and thick, just the way he wanted it, plus the vinegar flavor is not overpowering.
This one’s really refreshing, and it’s served in a nice bottle with a “wooden iced tea mixer” (I really don’t know what it’s called. LOL!)
We have eaten at Mann Hann several times already, and each time we visit the place, we always order Buko Sherbet. It’s made of blended buko, sweetened sago (tapioca pearls), nata de coco and pinipig (roasted and pounded glutinous rice grain flakes). This is served in a tall glass, and we usually request to divide one order into two smaller glasses. In this picture, we ordered two Buko Sherbets, divided into two, so there were four smaller glasses for the four of us (me, hubby, Justin and yaya).
Mann Hann and Mannang are sister companies. Because these two restaurants are located next to each other, you can order Mann Hann dishes while you’re seated inside Mannang, and you can order Mannang dishes while you’re at Mann Hann. Mann Hann serves Chinese food, while Mannang serves Filipino food.
Ground Floor, SM Megamall