2. Kanin Club
Kanin Club is a Modern Filipino type restaurant and was once the hidden gem of Paseo de Santa Rosa, in the province of Laguna. Eventually, its popularity soared thanks to strong word of mouth, and this restaurant has since seen expansion to Metro Manila, particularly with its branches in Quezon City, Mandaluyong, and Makati.
The interior design of the Kanin Club appears like a Filipino home. From the tables and chairs that made up in dark-stained woods, walls that covered with big mirrors and are framed with capiz windows that give an illusion of looking out of the window and lights to provide the restaurant with a view of an old-style glow.
Kanin Club is a place where you can experience real deal Pinoy food without all the frills and fuss. Kanin Club still frequently packed, and people always line up for the original menu like Sigarilyas Express, Crispy dinuguan, Crispy Liempo appetizers, Green Mango, and Bagoong, and Nilagang Tadyang ng Baka. They accept reservations, but only for dinner while lunch guests are walk-ins only.
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