IHAP International House of Almusal ng Pinoy
30 Doña Soledad Ave., Bicutan, Parañaque, Metro Manila
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I have eaten in IHAP for four times now, trying out different dishes each time. I can say that all of them did not disappoint me.
My favorites include:
1) Squid adobo, which is really flavorful, undeniably fresh and cooked right - none of that rubbery mess. Served with aligue rice. No words.
2) Pork BBQ - half a kilo of pork ribs with a succulent sauce that has the right amount of sweetness, and spice.
3) Spaghetti with meatballs - this one's a winner. The sauce is well-balanced, and is something to die for.
4) Double trouble burger - this one's new as it isn't found in the menu as of this writing. For P475, you get 200g of pork, 300g of sirloin beef, and 100g of bacon. It's really delicious but not mainstream kind of delicous (ex. Chili's, etc.) and that's a good thing.
You don't come here if you want something mainstream. You come here for the quality, and the passion that goes into cooking. Think of Starbucks vs. third-wave coffee shops, or mass-produced vs. bespoke, if you catch my drift.
To the people who say that food here is expensive, let me tell you that cost is relative to quality. And with the quality of the food they serve, it really gives you value for money.
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A hidden gem in Bicutan.
It is located on a curve a few blocks past SM Bicutan, and on the opposite side of Teapioca.
The pork BBQ is definitely a steal at P295. You get a half kilo of pork ribs that are really tender, and succulent. I love how the bbq sauce isn't too sweet, and comes with just the right amount of spice.
The spaghetti with meatballs is also a winner as its sauce is well-balanced - something to die for.
You get so much for your money here and it is a place you should definitely try!
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