Thursday, September 17, 2009

Trying the Crispy Dinuguan at Kanin Club

Kanin Club in Techno Hub, Commonwealth, Quezon City

We had the opportunity of trying out the food at Kanin Club last week. We were supposed to to try it on my birthday but when we drove to the Techno Hub along Commonwealth, Quezon City we were greeted with men in blue uniform directing traffic. The side Commonwealth where the entrance to Techno Hub was located was closed to traffic so we ended up at another restaurant somewhere in Tomas Morato.

Crispy Dinuguan

We have been hearing about Kanin Club's Crispy Dinuguan so we tried that out. It was something new and it tasted real good. But with only three of us eating, me, my wife and my son, the meat was too much for us. I think we would have appreciated eating at the restaurant better if we were with a bigger group so we could share viands.

Having early lunch at Kanin Club

The place was nice, with a Filipino touch. The music played was also Filipino band (drum and lire type) music. It was funny because our son danced to the music while eating early dinner at Kanin Club. I wondered why he enjoyed the music so much.

The counter

Kanin Club has a Filipino ambience

The price was reasonable, we got the Crispy Dinuguan for (PHP) P261 and it was more than enough for the three of us. We had the leftover packed and shared it with our in-laws. Over all, we liked our visit their and we look forward to trying the other specialties of Kanin Club.



ohmski said...

wow crispy ba tlaga? nahihilig ata ako sa mga crispy dishes. hehe

Nicely said...

Hi, Jeff! A friend recommends this resto, too. Seems like a nice place and good food. Will try this sooner. Thanks for sharing.