Porky's Bagnet Station

G/F Shopwise Libis, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. (C5), Libis, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Porky's Bagnet Station
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  • 11 Reviews
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Sous V.
5.0 Stars

Dined here couple of times, usually after grocery shopping at Shopwise. Food is still good. Crunchy pieces of twice deep fried pork cutlets served with ensalada. Your choice of either kare kare, bag-bet, binagoongan, or the classic with bagoong isda and sukang iloco dipping sauces. Above is binagoongang bagnet served with diced onions and tomatoes with bagoong dipping sauce and chili labuyo. Food is cheap too (145 with rice).

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Sous V.
5.0 Stars

Ordered the bagnet pakbet and ensaladang talong. Very crispy and tasty bagnet, the ensalada was great too! Cheap food prices! The resto is quite small though. I hope they'd expand to other locations.

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Kathleen L.
4.0 Stars

Ordered the Bag-bet! Bagnet strips were ok, although I wished it had more meat than skin. The pinakbet part was ok too. The serving of the rice is enough for the amount of ulam so I wasn't able to take advantage of the unli rice.

Also ordered Tokwa-Bagnet which was good for two, and extra rice. Since three of us ate, we asked for an extra play and the kind server also included rice -- which was not billed because she counted it as part of my meal's unli rice. Now that's customer service! 128077

The kangkong with garlic is really good. You can remind them not to overcook the kangkong as that's usually my problem when I order this vi and elsewhere.

The restaurant ambiance is good and the servers were polite and attentive. I'll surely come back and order some of the other bagnet varieties! 128516

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Triggerhappyfoodie C.
4.0 Stars

We were super tired after our monthly grocery run. We just wanted to sit down and eat something good.

Hubby's Original Bagnet Meal was ok. Would have preferred more ulam though.

My "Bag-bet" meal was awesome! The thinly sliced bagnet were mostly crunchy. After a while though i stopped eating the balat. The veggies underneath were seasoned just right. The bagoong wasn't overwhelming. I think this is more sulit at p5 more than the Original Bagnet Meal.

All budget meals come with unlimited rice and soup. I didn't need extra rice though and i even gave some to hubby.

*hubby's plate had chips (parts na may basag/tama). I don't think they should still use that 128513

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Rei E.
4.0 Stars

It looks like a normal bagnet but damn, when combined with their killer "bagoong na isda" this simple dish becomes food for the gods. 128525 And if you're a big eater then you're in for a treat because they serve unlimited rice 128513

Price range is less than 100 to 300 php, not bad for a simple yet awesome meal.

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Soleil C.
5.0 Stars

Bagnet binagoongan will always be my fave!

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Rob D.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Tanya M.
5.0 Stars

You don't have to travel to Ilocos for your bagnet cravings! They have the best bagnet in metro manila. Try their kare kare bagnet and binagoongan bagnet!

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Marlon E.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Mcsy J.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Carlo L.
5.0 Stars

Note: the place is still on its soft opening (at least when i visited but, what the hell, right? haha)

Ok here we go...

After arriving here in Manila (Feb 28), we were looking for a place to eat. My dad decided to go to Shopwise in Libis, he's thinking of buying groceries after eating. But lo and behold, we saw a new place to dine.

The place is Porky's Bagnet Station. At first, we were kind of hesitant, specially my dad since he is part Ilocano so he is very familiar with Bagnet. The place was small, there were at least 3 tables for 4 inside and a table for 4 outside. We saw a paper saying "soft opening" so we did not expect much of the availability of food on their menu.

I tried their Sisig Bagnet meal, which costs around 130-155 (can't remember, last time i ordered that was back in Feb 28). The serving was enough, as you can see on the image. The sisig was crispy because of the bagnet, i think they put the chopped bagnet late on that dish to retain its crisp, brilliant! It also tasted great, which really surprised me. My dad ordered their Orignal Bagnet ala carte which costs 255, serves 2-3 persons, and even he was surprised that their bagnet's good!

Their free soup is also good, a bit garlicky but it kept me coming back for more. Oh by the way, if you order any of their set meals, rice is unlimited! Which i think i had 2 and a half servings, haha!

As far as i can remember, they offer Sisig Bagnet, Binagoongan Bagnet, Bagbet (a combination of Bagnet and Pakbet) to name a few. Their ala carte orders play around 210-275 pesos, good for 2-3 persons. Their set meals play around 125-165. To some, it might sound a bit pricey but to me, i'd pay good money for authentic bagnet.

Oh, last one... We also got to talk with the owner, she was very friendly and i think Ilocana since my dad and her threw a sentence to each other wherein i thought they became aliens for a short period of time (no offense to Ilocanos, i'm part Ilocano myself i just didn't get the privilege of learning the dialect). And on that note, im definitely coming back to this place and have myself a Bagnet. :)

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