Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Kanin Club (Ayala Triangle)

Kanin Club (Ayala Triangle) was full when we got there.. and it still was when we left :)
(So you could just imagine how noisy the place can be during lunch or dinner time.)

Since I love crab fat, we ordered the ALIGUE RICE (Php 149 - good for 3-4 pax)
This was a bit disappointing because they weren't able to bring out the aligue taste :(

FYI: Kanin Club also offers ALL YOU CAN KANIN for 60 pesos only

"Our most copied signature dish! Pork heavenly deep-fried to a crisp then set in a semi-dry stew of pork blood. Proven to have convinced non-dinuguan eaters to like the dish" - Kanin Club
The description said it all!!!! 

This was like chunks of meaty chicharon in a bed of bagoong sauce. Yummy!

Kids loved this crispy pork ears!

Nothing special, just plain fried tilapia.

SEAFOOD KARE-KARE (Php 298 - prawns, mussels, squid and veggies)
They served the super yummy seafood kare-kare on a plate and not in a bowl. But if you want more sauce, you may ask for more, free of charge :)

All in all, KANIN CLUB is a great place for a large group of people because the serving is huge and the price is cheap :)
Average cost per person would be 200-300 pesos only :)

Kanin Club
Ayala Triangle Gardens
Ayala Avenue, Makati 
Telephone Number: (02) 621-6109

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