We were at SM Aura Premier two Saturdays ago. We were having a hard time choosing where to have dinner because of the many choices available for us, and we ended up dining at SM Aura’s high-end food court, Food on Four. And because we wanted rice for dinner, we opted for Eat Pinoy by Cabalen. Here, we ordered Kare-Kare, Embutidong Bangus and Sampelot.
Hubby’s choice was Kare-Kare. This oxtail stew in peanut sauce was already good on its own, but hubby still ate it with bagoong (shrimp paste) because he said he really liked the taste of Eat Pinoy’s bagoong. I, on the other hand, enjoyed the softness of the oxtail.
Because I’m a milkfish fanatic. I simply must try this Embutidong Bangus. As you can see, the price of Php150.00 was quite reasonable for the size of this fully loaded fish dish. Too much of it, however, could have a cloying effect, so we didn’t bother finishing the entire serving. It’s best paired with ketchup, by the way.
Sampelot or Ginataang Halo-Halo is hubby’s all-time favorite Pinoy dessert. This was by far the best food item we’ve ordered at Eat Pinoy that day. It had all the ingredients we like in Ginataang Halo-Halo, like sweet plantain, langka, sago (tapioca pearls) and bilo-bilo (sticky rice balls in coconut milk), plus the sweetness was just right.
Next time we visit Eat Pinoy again, we will try their Callos or Beef Kaldereta.
Eat Pinoy Corp.
Food on Four, Level 4, SM Aura Premier
BGC, Taguig City