September 27, 2015

Coco Bango Café

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  • Located inside White Knight, a boutique hotel located in Intramuros, is Coco Bango Café—a personal favorite of the locals that has garnered regular patrons. The café serves no-nonsense comfort food ranging from Filipino to Italian, Japanese, Chinese, European, and Spanish cuisine. It may be too many of a choice for a restaurant but Coco Bango is able to deliver high quality dishes.

    A favorite amongst its patrons is the classic Beef ala Bulalo, a guilty pleasure dish perfect for the cold and rainy days, the fat from the Bulalo is considered the best part so don’t leave it out.

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    Beef ala Bulalo (P305)

     

    Those looking for the crispier side of Coco Bango can get Damasos’ Wrapped Prawns, a well-fried prawn wrapped with bacon making the initial bite extra crispier and succulent. Don’t forget to squeeze out some lemon slices to add a kick in the taste buds.

     

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    Damaso’s Wrapped Prawns (P395)

     

    A Filipino favorite in any household, the Inihaw na Pusit is considered a perfect pulutan (bar chow) for beer. It is also a dish enjoyed by Filipino families where the dish would be eaten by using their bare hands.

     

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    Inihaw na Pusit (P350)

     

    For those who find themselves in Intramuros and can’t decide where to eat, Coco Bango Café is an excellent choice as it offers a plethora of options for guests.

                 
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