Sunday, June 8, 2014

Degustation at the Mega Fashion Hall (Mega Mall) 3

The following is continuation from Degustation at the Mega Fashion Hall (Mega Mall) 2.

Our next main course is just next door, at the Boqueria. It serves authentic traditional Basque (Spanish) foods with ingredients mostly sourced from Spain. 
The Boqueria in Mega Fashion Hall of Mega Mall.

Check out this menu of authentic Boqueria delicacies and specialties.

Chocolate Churros. The churros would also comes with your chice of white, milk or dark chocolate dip.
Churros in dark chocolate dip.

The paella queso manchego. The aged manchego cheese is from the milk of sheep of the manchega breed in Spain.

The Boqueria made their own chorizos (pork sausage) and it is one of the few delicacies they made that uses available local premium pork. It is used in paellas and other dishes.  

A pair of sangria roja (red sangria) in canister-like mason glasses, a homey serving of Spanish burgundy wine with fruits juices and bits of cubed fresh fruits.  
Cheering a serving of sangria roja (red sangria), the kick would come later subtly. Drink moderately.

Jamon Serrano from Barcelona. Slices of it may also be included in paella dishes.
MIS DOS NUEVOS AMIGOS BARBUDOS - Edgie Polistico with Javier Garcia (left) and Daniel Garcia (right), the chefs of Boqueria restaurante and chocolateria in Mega Fashion Hall of Mega Mall
Just in case you may ask if  Javier and Daniel are brothers. No, the duo said they are not.
Ola Boqueria! Muchas gracias!

To contact, make reservation, or know updates from Boqueria, check the following:

We moved to our main course. This time Abè proudly presented to us the Capampangan cuisine, giving us pride that Philippine cuisine are now treated at par in the international food scene. Take a look at the following, or better yet visit any of the Abè branches near your place. Last January 2014, it opened its fourth branch in SM Megamall.

Abè is the Cabalen (fellow Capampangan) word for "friend" 
It is where good friends dine with good and even exotic foods, served gourmet-style.  
Kirk Ngo modelling Mouton Cadet white wine, a generic Bordeaux wines, considered Bordeaux's most successful brand. One of imported wines served in Abè.

Though Abè is specializing in Capampangan cuisine, this Filipino restaurant also offered fine foreign drinks and wines. It also modified traditional Pinoy dishes by fusing foreign and local ingredients as a twist then served a la gourmet-style.

Tamarind shake
Tamarind shake is a refreshment of processed unripe sampalok (tamarind) fruit.
A serving of Abè's lamb adobo meal with cooked plain rice.
The lamb adobo. A fusion of foreign and the favorite Pinoy cooking style using unconventional meat.
A serving of lamb adobo.
Jam Anyong of Have at you! reaches a bottle of Côtes-du-Rhône-Villages, a high quality  French wine served by Abè in the Degustation food tour. Also in the photo is Jill Bantang (in hot pink spaghetti strap) of The food scout

Visit Abè at the Third Floor, Mega Fashion Hall of SM Megamall in EDSA-Ortigas, Mandaluyong City.   Or check its Website at:

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