January 14, 2017

Filipino flavors like no other at Arroz Ecija in BGC

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  • Arroz Ecija, a Filipino-Hispanic cuisine, is the newest offering of Advent Manila—the same group behind XO46 Heritage Bistro. Expect to have a dose of delicious traditional Filipino food in your plate – with recipes inspired by life in the 1930s in Nueva Ecija.

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    Bringhe sa sari-saring lamandagat (P385). Seafood paella. Image grabbed from Arroz Ecija’s Facebook page

    You will be delighted to see the variety of dishes they serve, from paella, breakfast food, appetizers and soup and salads.  From their menu, you can already taste the delicacies that each of the regions in the Philippines take pride of: from Cordilleran-grown rice, to Ilocos bagnet (deep fried pork belly), and Chorizo de Vigan. Now you can travel the Philippines through these tasty dishes!

    What makes Arroz Ecija a restaurant worth trying? Their kakanin (native delicacies) — which you can buy per piece or in a box of 12. If you haven’t tried Philippines’ very own Ube brownie, sapin-sapin (layered glutinous rice); or puto (rice cake), now’s the time to do so at Arroz Ecija!

                 
               
               
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