The Aristocrat always brings back pleasant memories. This place has been a witness of numerous family gatherings and special occasions, or it has been a place where you visit for your Filipino food cravings.
I found myself again at The Aristocrat to try the Pinoy Merienda that I'm pretty sure you'll be craving as much as I did while writing this post.
For something warm and comforting, they have the Sotanghon Soup (Php 70), Pospas de Gallina (Php 120), and the Arroz Con Caldo (Php 120).
|Pospas de Gallina|
|Arroz Con Caldo|
Pospas de Gallina is rice porridge with chicken while Arroz Con Caldo is rice porridge with ox tripe and entrails.
We also had the favorite Flying Saucer Adobo (Php 100) and the Pancit Luglog (Php 190), best partnered with Tokwa't Baboy (Php 145) or Tokwa at Tokwa (Php 135).
|Flying Saucer Adobo|
Pancit Luglog, my personal favorite, is similar to Pancit Palabok except for the noodles (called Luglog) which is thicker than bihon noodles.
Another classic is the Dinuguan (Php 150), best partnered with Puto (Php 50) or with Aristocrat's Cheese Rolls (Php 30).
|Dinuguan with Puto and Cheese Rolls|
I bet you wouldn't stop eating once you've tried the cheese roll with dinuguan. :)
Of course, I wouldn't miss out on the Lumpiang Ubod Sariwa (Php 90) and the Sotanghon Guisado (Php 285).
|Lumpiang Ubod Sariwa|
For sweet endings, we had the very popular Torta Delos Reyes (Php 190, petite) partnered with a cup of Native Chocolate (Php 60).
|Torta delos Reyes|
Aristocrat Pinoy Merienda is best enjoyed from 2pm to 5pm but these Filipino favorite are available all-day at all Aristocrat locations in the country. :)
What's your favorite #PinoyMerienda?
Thanks to Ms. Mary Jo Ferraren for having us.
432 San Andres Street corner Roxas Blvd,
Other locations are Robinson's Place Manila, Bel-Air, Mall of Asia Complex, SM San Lazaro, Shaw Blvd, Banawe, SM City Manila, Subic Bay, and San Pablo City