I had dinner (Kare-kare) and then lunch with a friend (adobo and sisig). Good Filipino food with some of the traditional/must-have fares -- adobo, sisig, lechon kawali (dinner only), chicken inasal, pancit, etc. The dishes I had still had the traditional flavors but served in a modern way -- for example, kare2 (oxtail stew in peanut stew) had veggies grilled/steamed on the side instead of stewed alongside the meat. It made for beautiful presentation. Food was good though I still miss the traditional food.
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