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Sunday, May 17, 2020

Abe Restaurant

Abe

One of the few restaurants that recently open in SM Megamall Fashion is Abé (pronounced as ah-beh), which specializes in Filipino food mostly of Kapampangan origin. The restaurant was named after the late artist-writer E. Aguilar “Abe” Cruz, father of Larry Cruz of the LJC Group of Restaurants. We have a guest from Pakistan and he would like to try some Filipino Dishes that’s why our Team manager decided to have a dinner with him together with the whole team in Abé.

Abe

Moving on to the food, the serving sizes at Abé are pretty small, so I suggest you order a bit more than what you would normally do in other restaurants. What’s pretty interesting about Abé, though, is that they offer unlimited rice (Php65.00), which is almost unheard of in places like Abé and is more common in fastfood places. They use good quality rice, too.

Abe

Gambas al Ajillo- Php330.00
Spanish-style shelled shrimps sautéed in virgin olive oil and garlic

Abe

Lumpiang Ubod- Php135.00
Spring roll of fresh heart of palm

Abe

Shrimp Sinigang in Sampaloc – Php399.00
Another version of the natural dish, Shrimp Sinigang in tamarind broth with vegetables

Abe

Gising Gising- Php265.00
Sliced kangkong stalks sauteed in red hot chilli peppers and coconut milk.

Abe

Binukadkad na Pla Pla- Php399.00
A Bistro Remedios original, overgrown tilapia butterfield and fried to delightful crispiness, served with balo balo relish and mustasa leaves

Abe

Abe’s Morcon- Php320.00
Fiesta meat roll with chorizo, egg and paprika, slowly cooked for hours

Abe

Green Mango Shake- Php135.00
Tanglad Juice- Php115.00
Pineapple Juice- Php135.00

Abé is one of the best Filipino Restaurants that I’ve tried so far. I will definitely go back to this resaurant, next time with my family.

Abé

3rd level, Mega Fashion Hall,
SM Megamall, EDSA, Mandaluyong City



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