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Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Sarsa Kitchen + Bar

I had a lovely dinner with my college friends at one of newly-opened Filipino restaurants at The Fort: Sarsa Kitchen + Bar by celebrity chef JP Anglo. 

I was told beforehand that I should call for reservations, because this place can get really jam-packed during lunch and dinner. 

True enough, there was a queue outside the restaurant. However, the server was kind enough to get our orders as we wait for our table. We only waited around 15 to 20 minutes for our table. 

For appetizer, we munched on the free cornick and the Crispy Dilis (Php 120), with chili pineapple glaze. 

Crispy Dilis

The spiciness was bearable and the flavors made better by the pineapple. Loved it!

Our main dishes include Tortang Talong with Crispy Sardines & Kesong Puti (Php 165) and Inasal Sisig (Php 335).

Tortang Talong with Crispy Sardines and Kesong Puti
Inasal Sisig

I'm not much of a fan of tortang talong, but I loved how creative and delicious this version of tortang along is. A lovely surprise is the Inasal Sisig, a pleasant combination of Chicken Inasal and Sisig. I'll take this sisig anytime. 

Much hardcore dishes we had are the Sizzling Kansi (Php 380) and the Twice-Cooked Pork Belly (Php 270).

Sizzling Kansi

Twice-Cooked Pork in Ginamos Gata

The Sizzling Kansi (or Ilonggo version of Bulalo) is topped with batwan gravy. Batwan is a fruit that can be found in the Negros Islands and is used as souring agent. However, the gravy wasn't really sour and the kansi was very tender!

The best dish we had that evening was the Twice-Cooked Pork with Ginamos Gata. I loved the Ginamos Gata so much that I started putting it on top of rice. The ginamos gata complements the pork perfectly. More rice please!

We skipped the dessert and decided to move somewhere else to grab some coffee and desserts. 

Sarsa Kitchen + Bar is an ultimately satisfying experience. The dishes are delicious and very affordable, a lot more affordable than I expected, actually. It is no wonder that people line up for this restaurant. I wouldn't mind queuing again just to eat here. :)


Sarsa Kitchen + Bar
The Forum
7th Avenue corner 25th Street,
Bonifacio Global City,
Taguig City
Contact Number: 09277060773


  1. I like the interiors, reminds me of a classroom for some reason. Ever since I've tasted kansi in Boracay I'd been wanting to eat it again. So if ever I go to Sarsa I will order their kansi.

  2. Mouth flooding, este mouth watering ang food! Inasal sisig!

  3. It's past midnight, and now I feel hungry after reading this post. The Twice-Cooked Pork looks mouth-watering!

    1. It's very delicious. You must try it, Czjai! :)

  4. Love how creative their dishes are! Everything you ordered seems yummy! Reasonably priced too.

    1. Very reasonably-priced. I can't wait to go back! :)

  5. OMG tortang talong!!! Super favorite ko yan. I'm definitely trying this out. :)

  6. the crispy dilis sounds interesting.

  7. Looks promising! I usually don't prefer to go to Pinoy restos but if they have twists to their dishes, then I'm all for it. See you again soon! :)

    1. You'll definitely love this place, Lovelee. Hope to see you soon! :)

  8. Michy!! I will have lunch here tom!! :) Hehehe..
    Excited!!! :)

    See you soon Michy!

    Love, Didi

    1. Will wait for your review about this place, Didi. See you soon! :)


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