We were at Mega Food Hall again last Saturday, discovering new foodie hangouts. I wanted to try Miguelito’s, so that’s where we bought dinner.
Hubby always makes it a point to order Callos whenever a restaurant offers it. Callos at Miguelito’s has beef tripe, capers, bell peppers and garbanzos. Hubby said the beef tripe was tender, the sauce rich and thick, but he wanted it less salty. He also wished for a bigger serving.
My choice was Edu’s Paksiw na Salmon Belly. It was sour (but not aggressively so) and slightly sweet. The subtle sweetness toned down the sourness of the vinegar and made this fish dish enjoyable to eat. I like it!
We ordered Cabanatuan Longanisa for our son. He ate some of it and all of the egg white. That’s because he wants the egg yolk well done. Hubby and I finished the rest of the garlicky longanisa which I found rather tasty.
There was nothing extraordinary about their Guinumis and Saba Con Hielo, but they were enough to satisfy my and hubby’s sweet cravings.
5th Level, Mega Food Hall