Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Bagwang by Manila Q

Php140 per serving; Php160 with rice
My sister could not resist these. Not surprising considering that she loves bagnet, that wicked crispy porcine Ilocos specialty. Crunchier than lechon kawali heftier than bacon, Manila Q's bagwang is said to be "better than bagnet." 

Manila Q serves its famous bagwang either cooked and ready to eat or frozen for cooking at home. Cooked at Manila Q's stall in Soderno @ Molito, it is served with vinegar for dipping and a fried egg. It is a very filling meal with rice, but my sister, having had dinner at the time, bought some to have as a pre-midnight snack so she ordered without rice. For those who prefer a non-pork ready to eat meal option, Manila Q's ingenious fish ham is the one to try.

Aside from bagwang, Manila Q also offers other frozen food that you can take home and enjoy for later-- tapa (Php260 for 1/2 kilo), spicy Vigan longganisa (Php190 for 1 dozen), fish ham (Php360 per pack of 3), shredded corned beef (Php310 for 1/2 kilo), and my personal favorite, corned beef pansigang (Php350 for 1/2 kilo). When I tasted Manila Q's corned beef pansigang, sinigang has never been quite the same for me.

Soderno @ Molito is located at Molito Complex, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Visit its website at http://www.soderno.com/. Follow @soderno on Twitter and like it on facebook at https://www.facebook.com/soderno.

Soderno Night Markets (Friday and Saturday 6:00pm to 3:00am. Sunday 6:00pm to 12mn.)


i♥pinkc00kies said...

Love their bagwang too!!

Dante said...

Thank you very much. You guys inspire us to "innovate" more Filipino recipes. Fr. Manila Q-Product Development

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