Angelina Canaynay Ave., Parañaque, Metro Manila
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Just a few blocks away from our house stands an eatery that offers various Pares and grilled food. It's called KumPARES, which sounds like a common go-to biz name catered to the masses. Good thing they didn't add 'Mang', 'Lolo' or 'Kuya'. LOL!
This was once a mere carwash place where private cars and cabs alike had their automobiles become squeaky clean. I guess the owner decided to add a carinderia due to the requests of the cab drivers. It was the thing in the past, because it's now a powerhouse eatery along Canaynay Avenue.
I was able to dine here out of curiosity when I'd been noticing that a lot of people were eating. Some people with cars just stop, dine, and then leave when they're done.
Even though their specialty is pares, I opted to have their pork barbecue instead. Good thing the free soup is that of pares', sans the meat. Their barbecue tasted great that I was able to devour 3 sticks with just one cup of rice. The soup was okay, but could use less salt in the future.
I can't say much about their pares, but their grilled food would be the reason for me to go back here. After all, I'd just walk to and from this place.
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We had a birthday salubong for my friend in Paranaque and at 3am everyone was a bit tipsy and need some "greasy" food to keep the alcohol at bay so we walked over to KumPARES.
It's nothing fancy but heck, it's open at 3am and they serve PARES, that's good enough for
I don't actually eat rice but I had to to appreciate the PARES (3 subo lang naman haha). The pares was spicy but had a rich broth. Konte lang meat but it's really meant to heighten the flavor of the fried rice.
Oh, did I say that the fried rice is unlimited? Wild.
An order of beef pares and sago't gulaman ALL FOR p73 ONLY. might not be super Sarap, but it sure is super SULIT!
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