Manam is finally open in Baguio. Manam is best known for it’s sisig in Metro Manila but if you are are looking for Filipino comfort food with a twist, this is a place you can check out.
House Crispy Sisig and the Original Sinigang na Beef Short Rib and Watermelon. We have yet to order that because we were (craving) out to taste their tapa and palabok.
But their menu extends to tapas, silogs, pansit, and Filipino kakanins. They even offer sizzling corned beef and oxtail kaldereta.
Manam Baguio is at Upper Ground Sunset Terraces in SM Baguio.
HOME-MADE TAPSILOG (P265 – S, P455 – M, P645 – L) is for the hungry. This classic breakfast was plated in a “bandehado” that’s why it looks so big when served. But the plating was actually cool, you can move and slice your food around without spilling rice all over the place.
PANCIT PALABOK (P180 -S, P330 – M, P590 – L) not just with chicharron but with shrimps and seared squid! ohlala this is so extra for me. I love the seafood in my palabok. Sauce is thick and savory.
Noah and her TINAPA RICE (P95 – S, P180 – M, P350 – L). She is not a picky eater but she eats so little that we have a problem looking for the right portions that are not too much for her. She still thinks this bowl is quite a big serving.
Have you been to any Manam Restaurant? Please share with us if you like it or not!