Adobo Connection

Nicanor Reyes St., Morayta, Manila, Metro Manila

Adobo Connection
3.6
3.5 Stars

11 Reviewers

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  • 11 Reviews
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  • 11 Reviewers
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Mea W.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Phevee L.
3.0 Stars

Deliciouuuus! But too expensive for a student like me 128542

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Kristine A.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Jocelyn M.
3.0 Stars

After waiting at prc for mah license, i and mah mother was so hungry looking for fast food then finally, We found adobo connection. Foods are delicious and at the same time.. The place is quite good for relaxation.. Good ambience..

I ordered cheesy adobo.. High five for this although the taste was almost similar with mah own version of adobo.. Drinks arent that good and cold...

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JohnNeil E.
4.0 Stars

While waiting my PRC renewal, lunch break at traditional food cuisine, adobo connection yeah! I like the soup here.

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Ayen P.
4.0 Stars

It was my first time to eat here and I'm happy with my order, the traditional adobo flakes! Tasted so good! I should've avoided rice meals but it was really tempting so I gave in. 128553

The crew were attentive and the place was clean. I might come back for more. 10024

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Haaze G.
3.0 Stars

The very first time I ate here, I ordered adobo flakes and meh was I disappointed. Felt more of "adobo floss" and it kinda stings in my tongue(or maybe it's just me idk) so i never tried it again. But because of my high expectations to this resto, boyfie and I also tried all their adobo meals and the best was the adobo sa gata (i forgot what it's called sorry).
Also tried their seafood kare kare and again, compared to the poster i saw outside the place, i was a bit disappointed. The veggies weren't fresh it had a little funny taste and it didn't have squid on it. Just dory(?) and 2 pieces of shrimps.
Boyfie tried their beef kare kare and it was good!128077
I've also tried their chicken sopas and it tasted really good the first time i tried it (when they were newly opened) and tried it again a few days ago..tasted very different from the first one. It was too salty and too plain.

The waiters are very accommodating:)
I recommend you guys stick with their adobo meals nalang though. 127860
HAPPY EATING!

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Me-an E.
4.0 Stars

Sulit ang price. Although sisig medyo hindi okay. For a 300 worth of meal super busog.

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Politz P.
5.0 Stars

The service is good,can serve many customers because they have a 3 floor building.:)

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Harold James S.
4.0 Stars

Sarap

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Yohan C.
4.0 Stars

A friend invited us over for this branch's soft opening. We ordered quite a number of dishes and decided to share.

Lola's classic adobo was as classic as the name suggests, with that very flavorful but not too salty sauce. Kuya's fried chicken adobo was no slouch either. It was fried chicken with a touch of adobo and some garlic bits on top. I found myself craving for more of the lola's classic sauce though. We wanted to try their sisig but it wasn't available yet, so we went with the fish and tofu adobo. It was okay; somehow the sauce was little bit too sweet for our taste. Their beef kare-kare wasn't super amazing, but it was not bad either.

The ones I mentioned above are not only rice meals; they're rice-all-you-can meals! Around 100 per meal and 120 with a drink.

They also had sides like fried egg and soup such as chicken sopas, which was really really good. Also, gising-gising! Wow. I think their version of gising-gising was the spiciest I've ever tried. Not a bad combo with the adobo+unli-rice you're having. And then they also had the adobo spaghetti. Spaghetti cooked in adobo sauce with adobo flakes on top. It was the first time I'd seen such a dish, and it turned out to be quite good.

We had some classic desserts--pandan jelly with vanilla ice cream, and leche flan. The leche flan was too sweet. I love leche flan and I like sweets, but this one goes a bit over the sweetness threshold. We also tried the unique flan turon, which was turon but with leche flan inside instead of banana. Strangely, this one was nowhere as sweet as the leche flan on its own.

I doubt I'll be returning to this place, but only coz it's quite far from my place. I'll be sure to visit their other branches though!

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