Apag Marangle

G/F Park Square, Palm Drive, Ayala Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Apag Marangle
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Sheena D.
4.0 Stars

Oh, yup. I am always getting sick lately. He suggested that we get the Sale Manuk for PhP245, it's chicken with lemon grass soup. The soup was good, but the chicken itself tasted a bit bland.

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Jon-erik P.
4.0 Stars

If you are looking for authentic Kapampangan cuisine in the metro, Apag Marangle is a good choice.

The restaurant is located at the ground floor of the newly constructed Park Square in Makati. I like its "probinsya" vibe because of its bamboo-made furnitures and decorations and even parts of its flooring are made of bamboo. It also has a fish pond on one of its dining areas.

When I got a look at their banana leaf shaped menu (this might be the longest menu I've ever seen), i really got interested to try their exotic items like the camaro or mole cricket, (on picture),which can be ordered fried or "ginisa" at Php 185.00. It doesn't taste bad at all and I like how it was prepared. Another one is their stuffed fried frog or "betute" for only Php 85.00 for the small one. It's like eating a chicken. You may want to try these also when you eat here.

Expected waiting time for the food is about 20 minutes or it may take longer during peak hours like lunch and dinner. So be sure to be there early. Good thing they served us "nilagang mani (boiled peanuts) while waiting for our orders.

Finally, our orders arrived. I love their presentation. We have to eat on wooden plates topped with banana leaf. I love their Ningnang Hito (fried catfish) paired with aligue(crab roe), Nasi Marangle( it's like pinakbet rice), tidtad (chopped pork blood stew akin to the dinuguan), sisig, Sale Manuk (chicken and lemon grass soup with corn). Their servings are good for 2 or more persons. It's good to share it with your friends or your family.
They also serve this weird flavor of ice cream. The Ebun Malat Ice Cream or the salted egg ice cream. Somehow, it tasted awkwardly good.

Kapampangan cuisine at its best.

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Ern P.
4.0 Stars

The food is great. I love the signature ice tea. 128513128513 they also have frogs. If you want to try one

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Jackie A.
4.0 Stars

The first thing that caught my eye when we got here was honestly the huge poster of their camaru (mole crickets) dish so of course I had to try it. We ordered the fried camaru which tasted like adobo flakes. It was soooo good! A tick off my bucket list! ✔️

We also ordered buttered shrimps and sisig which were also good.

Everything in that photo fed all five of us which was awesome. Definitely enjoyed eating here. 128513

ALSO, they gave us flyers which we can show the next time we're there to get 10% off our meal. I don't know how long they're going to do that, but it's cool, right???? 10024

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