Another food stall that caters to all-Mexican dishes is Plaza De Taqueria Mexicana Cantina. We were able to try their Quesodilla and Beer-Braised Carnitas which placed my love for Mexican food to a whole new level yet again. The Beer-Braised Carnitas was new to me and one serving was not enough – it is that good.
(Quesodilla – Php 95)
(Beer-Braised Carnitas – Php 150)
If you are craving for Spanish/Pinoy dishes, Angel Treats will satisfy your needs with their Beef Estofado, Callos and Barbecue. One thing I loved about their dishes is that they absolutely nailed my Pinoy palate. The meat in their dishes is very tender and goes very well with their side dish of pickled okra, papaya and ampalaya which are all homemade. They sell it for an affordable price per bottle, too.
(Callos Meal – Php 148)
(Korean Beef BBQ Meal – Php 148)
(Tapalog – Php 108)
(Pork BBQ – Php 98)
Gourmet Products (Php 58 – Php 158)
How about pork dishes? Not just pork dishes, but our favorite among the pork dishes: pork cracklings. Lechon kawali is my dad’s specialty and I thought nobody cooks lechon kawali better than my dad. I was wrong. Porkfolio’s Nachos Supreme, Quesadilla Overload, Kare-Kare Crackling and Saigon Crackling made pork cracklings even better. They are so crunchy even when dipped in sauce. If you are on a diet, I would consider having a cheat day to try all of them, especially since you will be requesting for more rice here.
(Nachos Supreme – Php 140)
(Quesadilla Overload – Php 140)
(Saigon Crackling – Php 155)
(Kare-Kare Crackling – Php 155)
Still more stalls up ahead! Read page 4!