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KKK Food Revolution

This is my first time to dine at KKK in SM Megamall although I've seen the restaurant last year. What caught my attention though was the "jeepney" decor/doorway that leads to the restaurant's kitchen. Very nice and it adds a unique touch to the overall concept. I heard that there's another branch in SM MOA.


Lemongrass Iced-Tea. Its refreshing but would've tasted better if the taste lemongrass is much more prominent than sugar. I like the glass though. ;)


Crispy Kangkong. Two thumbs up! Even the vinegar tastes great. You just need to devour this as soon as it lands on the table so that you can enjoy its "crispiness."


Sinigang na Lechon. Not a fan although I heard that this is one of the restaurant's bestsellers.


Kare-Kare. This is l-o-v-e. The ox tripe is very soft and the meat- tender. The peanut sauce tastes good and flavorful.


Bangus Belly in Mango Sauce. Just okay. I find the bangus belly "fishy." I love bangus belly when its crispy. ;)


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