July 07, 2016

Taste Filipino Comfort at Lasa Bistro in Alabang

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  • Delight your tongue with the classic Filipino cuisine of Lasa Bistro. Opened in 2014, Lasa has been serving flavorful, fresh, and comforting Filipino dishes at Commerce Center in Alabang.

    South people will definitely love how the bistro is giving new flavors to popular Filipino foods. The menu presents a long list of unique formula of foods popularly known in the Philippines, like kare-kare (beef stew in peanut sauce), sinigang (pork stew in tamarind sauce), crispy pata (deep fried pig trotters or knuckles), empanada (stuffed bread) and more. They offer foods that are perfect for some gatherings or celebrations with your family and friends.

    Everyone must try their highly recommended Krispy Kare-Kare (P380). Don’t expect the usual serving for this; they did some Japanese fusion by frying the vegetables such as tempura. The fried yet very tender beef ribs falls on top of its creamy peanut butter sauce.

    Lasa Bistro (1)-watermarkedThis kare-kare is being beautifully served for pure Filipino feels.

    Lasa Bistro (2)-watermarkedLasa’s modish interior

    Feel even more delighted while dining with its laid-back environment as the natural sunbeam flows freely from the glass windows surrounding the space. It is really restful with the touches of Filipino wall accents and decorations in calming earth colors. Visit now and feel at home!

                 
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