Mangan at Robinsons Galleria

In July, it will have been two years since we have last eaten at Mangan in Robinsons Galleria. Mangan serves authentic Kapampangan cuisine and all-time favorite Filipino dishes. We were there last April, together with my niece, Justin’s favorite cousin, and we ordered the following: Bistig Bangus Belly, Sisig ni Mely and Lengua with Mushroom.

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Bistig Bangus Belly, Php220.00

Bistig Bangus Belly is bangus belly cooked in soy sauce and calamansi extract and garnished with onion rings. Salty and sour blended perfectly to give this simple fish dish a delightful flavor that you couldn’t resist.

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Sisig ni Mely, Php260.00

What’s unique about Sisig ni Mely is that it’s served on a banana leaf, instead of on a sizzling plate. This is pork mask that is thrice cooked and chopped. Pork mask includes the whole skin of a pig’s head, including the ears. It was tender and tasty.

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Lengua with Mushroom, Php285.00

This Lengua with Mushroom was not a perfect complement to the Bistig Bangus Belly and Sisig ni Mely, but it was good nonetheless. This super soft ox tongue sautéed and cooked in creamy mushroom sauce is a must-try, but next time we’ll pair it with something else.

Based on my descriptions, you will already know that we enjoyed our dinner at Mangan. We also liked the fact that prices of food here are quite affordable.

Level 2, Expansion Mall
Robinsons Galleria,
Quezon City

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13 Responses to Mangan at Robinsons Galleria

  1. Nag-crave naman ako bigla for sisig! And for a change, it’s not served on a sizzling plate, ha. 🙂

  2. I just ate and I want to eat again looking at these hehehe, yummy!

  3. jane says:

    omg that sisig if to die for!!! i totally miss eating this foods! sounds like a very nice place to eat with family

  4. papaleng says:

    Do they serve ‘buro’? My wife hails from Pampanga and she just asked me a while ago kung kailan kami kakain diyan..

  5. I would like to try that bangus belly. That is one of the simplest and most preferred ways I like bangus cooked.

  6. Nova S says:

    A very nice restaurant to eat I believe, their food looks good and knowing that they are still getting stronger yearly that means the clients are loving their food.

  7. Eileen says:

    My husband loves bangus! This is one recipe I can make for him. My sons are sisig lovers. They’d go gaga over this. I hope Mangan has enough rice to serve once my sons enter their restaurant and order sisig. Haha.

  8. Juliana says:

    I would have been so contented with the bangus belly. I’m salivating:-) . Bangus belly is one of my favorites. In fact, that’s the part of bangus that I like the most.

  9. Dhemz says:

    I soooo miss pinoy food…these made me drool to the highest!

  10. Shengkay says:

    its been weeks that im craving for sisig..mas na miss ko sya. hehehe
    ..i am such a legua lover…i dont know basta super like ko talaga yung legua….na-miss ko tuloy yung legua estofado ng tingtings in bacolod.

  11. Anna says:

    Whoa, craving for bangus belly now !!!*drooling* 🙂

  12. marri says:

    Haven’t tried Mangan but these dishes are mouth-watering especially our fave, sisig.

  13. Marie says:

    Oh my!!! The sisig looks so inviting!!!

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