KKK Pinoy Food

LG/F Mega B, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

KKK Pinoy Food
3.8
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  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 8
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Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6326346077

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱230 - ₱530

Most Recent Reviews

Anthony A.
4.0 Stars

Food
Delicious!

Kate-Kare: flavorful. Beef is very soft.

Lechon Sinigang: not a typical sinigang but not good to me. I still prefer the conventional one.

Pinakbet: delicious! I love it.

Fried Tilapia: fair.

Bangus Sisig: fair.

Ensaladang Talong: really good! But unfortunately, we've seen a worm in the eggplant. Good of them; they replaced it immediately.

Turon with Ice cream: good!

Service
Fair.

Cleanliness
Fair.

Price
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There's value for money for this group meal.

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Camille S.
3.0 Stars

The interiors of the place will automatically catch your eye since it's very localized. There was a jeepney facade at the center of the restaurant and the chairs were made of rattan. Even the servers were dressed up with Filipino costumes.

As for the food, we were served with complimentary appetizer - kropek with vinegar on the side. I think it was shrimp-flavored kropek and it was okay. It reminded me of my childhood where my mom used to fry these for our merienda. For the main dishes, we ordered Kanin ng KKK which was their version of fried rice (sinangag). It's a bit similar to the Chinese's chao fan because it had pork bits, egg and green onion. The serving's also good for 2-3 people. We also got Pinakbet ng KKK, Krispy Bangus Belly sa Manggang Hinog Sarsa and Inihaw ng Liempo (Bacon Cut). Their version of pinakbet was a bit dry and some veggies were hard to chew. The bangus belly itself tasted good and the sarsa/sauce did not taste like it had mango in it. It was a plus for me since I'm not really a fan of mangoes. The liempo was indeed sliced like those of bacon - long and thin. It was marinated before it was grilled which was enough to put flavor on the whole dish. We also ordered pandan iced tea and it was okay. It's actually a good alternative to the regular lemon iced tea most food chains offer.

Their menu was a bit confusing and weird though. Some items were printed in red and some were in blue. If I remember it right, those in red were the dishes that didn't have service charge while those in blue has 5% (?) service charge. This is the first restaurant I visited that had this kind of set up.

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Ianne V.
4.0 Stars

128076binagoongang bagnet
128076kanin ng kkk
128076watermelon and yellow mango shake
128077kare-kare is okay
Would definitely go back to try other meals on their menu.

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Neriza Erna D.
3.0 Stars

Ordered their best seller sisig and fried rice. Ayos na ayos and busog much! :)

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Michelle A.
4.0 Stars

128079 for the bibingka regular
128077 for the pansit luglug
128079 for the brewed coffee
128077 for the calamansi juice
128079 for the bottle chandelier and overall restaurant design
128077 for the price
128077 for the service

Too bad the waitress dropped the glasses from the neighboring table

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Anne C.
5.0 Stars

If you want the best Filipino food, this is the place to be.

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MJ L.
3.0 Stars

We ordered bagnet, laing, and soup. Which i find their food just ok but not worth going back to. I love their Sago Gulaman though!

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Alex C.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Archie C.
5.0 Stars

Filipino food with a twist... just tasty and yummy!

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Shelyn S.
3.0 Stars

laing was definately better than the one i tasted frm elias at the boni high street.. the pampanga sisig was so so and ilokanong bagnet... hmmm was ok too.. the coffee jelo with peanut ice cream came out differently with how it was on the on the picture.. plesant and attentive staff over all its average. 110881108811088️ for kkk

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Michelle S.
4.0 Stars

They do delivery!!!

Because of the heavy rain, I opted to just call Quick Delivery to satisfy my craving for their superb Adobo ni Jake Espesyal, Gising-gising and Ensaladang Talong.

A nice homie meal, esp. for that savory adobo with tender meat, and crunchy meat flakes. oh, i forgot to add the saging na saba, 2 of them, yummers!

I love their ensaladang talong, that calamansi base really adds on the citrus flavor to complete the dish.

With the gising-gising it was ok, still prefer Recipe's version.

They have other great dishes you could try on, and if you don't have time to go out, you can easily call 02-2121212 for delivery. 9786

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Richmond A.
4.0 Stars

Liked the revolution of pinoy food, it just homey and traditional flavor with a twist of ammami! Must try - Sinigang na Lechon, Pinakbet, and refreshing Buko Pandan. Thanks for the complimentary Chicharon as starter.

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Ivory V.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Rey A.
3.0 Stars

Thanks for the chicharon appetizer with vinegar. Their friedchicken were good. Serving Filipino dishes , Pinoy ambiance as well as how they greet and say "Salamat Po" completes the theme.

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Aileen L.
5.0 Stars

My family and I have been here for dinner last December 2011 for dinner.Every time I was in SM Megamall I was curious about this resto's name."KKK".You will see that the ambiance was very Filipino and not only the ambiance even the foods too.Waiters wearing the KKK costume too.Bringing us back on our revolutionary period.Cool right??There this also a jeep design near their kitchen where I had a picture taking. We ordered shrimps,ilocanong bagnet na may sawsawan na bagoong,beef Kare-Kare,Bicolano's spicy Laing,Pampanga's sisig,palabok and the halo-halo that taste like the halo-halo in Razons!!'-ang sarap ng pagkain dito.Most of our ordered dishes were specialties of different provinces of our country and all of these were my favorites.Im proud to be pinoy at masarap talaga ang pagkaing pinoy,pinoy foods will always be my faborite.You should try it here,one of my Filipino fave restaurant since then:))))

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Charmaine A.
5.0 Stars

They treat you like a ViP every time. You know how some restos make you feel unwelcome? Well you won't get that at KKK. You start off with the complimentary kropek while you're scanning the menu, then give you delicious filipino food served with rich taste and delectable spices.

I've been to KKk more than 10x already and I shall keep going back. :)

Here are my favorites:
Krispy bangus in ensaladang hinog mangga - the mango obviously tastes fresh and the fish is not salty.
Makesong scallops- scallops resting on the shell with cheese and garlic. Yum!
Bistek flakes - i only tried this on my last visit and it didn't disappoint. The flakes are crispy and there's a great blend of sweet and sour in the sauce.

Tip: the buko pandan is a treat but it comes only in a pitcher good for 4-5.

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Aris Paolo R.
4.0 Stars

What a nice way of bonding and eating heartily to dine in KKK. Named after the secret-society which aimed the liberation of the Philippines from Spanish colonization, the acronym's actual definition is Kainan sa Kalye Kanluran for its very first branch was opened in West Avenue.

KKK's nationalistic theme boasts of their motto, "Revolutionizing Filipino Food". As you can see, their way of serving our favorite Filipino dishes are very visually appealing, adding the excitement of eating such good food. I particularly like the fact that they serve refillable sago't gulaman, making the number of restos that I know would serve such to two. Upon seating comfortably in their cushioned couches, you will be served complimentary chicharon. We have ordered their famous Pinakbet, which has won an award for being the best and frequent food being served by the restaurant. We also tried their tokwa't baboy and sinangag (fried) rice with liempo (pork belly). Their crispy tilapia is really scrumptious. We just couldn't stop ourselves from eating with our hands, hence the Filipino way.

For balikbayans who wish to taste authentic local cuisine, KKK is definitely on the list of restos to go to.

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Joseph M.
4.0 Stars

I recommended this place to my parents since they have what you might call "traditional" or conservative taste in food, especially my old man. You'd rarely be able to entice him to go on a culinary adventure as he'd rather prefer to dine in places with a "safe" menu -- food like adobo or fried chicken and the like.

And so with confidence, I took them here to give it a shot. Aaaaand they were not disappointed.

For the main dish we ordered their version of the classic Krispy Pata and Paruparong Pla-pla. The pata was truly crispy and the meat was tender, I'm also happy to note that there was a lot of meat and skin (compared to other places which serve more bone than meat). As for the other dish, you may ask, "why paruparo?" Well, the fried fish is presented in a manner where the belly is opened, stuffed with bits of green mango and spread out like that of butterfly wings As for the taste, nothing too special as you've probably tried several fried fish dishes in your lifetime.

What Pinoy meal is complete without rice? So we added their Sinangag sa tinapa at itlog na maalat to our main selection. The rice is a complete meal in itself but really gets your appetite going when taken with the pata.

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Mafe O.
4.0 Stars

Affordable. Delicious food. Nice ambiance.128077

Kanin pa lang, ulam na! Solved!!128536

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Annette A.
3.0 Stars

A friend of mine suggested that we eat at KKK this time. I like the design of the place. They have a model of a jeepney and they have katipunero dolls in every table - very patriotic.

We ordered fried rice w/ tinapa and itlog na maalat, bacon cut liempo and pinakbet. The tinapa and itlog na maalat worked well with the rice. It would've been better if the liempo was a little crispier since it was bacon-cut. The pinakbet was good. The veggies are crunchy.

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