Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Homegrown flavors reinvented at Abbiocco

It’s time for something exciting and trailblazing! Today July 30, prepare for a unique culinary adventure with Abbiocco Alternative Filipino, featuring redefined Filipino classic dishes complemented by Italian, Spanish and Western cuisines. Travel through different continents with selections such as paella with a sofrito teeming with rich flavors or how about baby back ribs that melt in your mouth?

Abbiocco is the sleepy feeling you get after a big satisfying meal. At the core of Abbiocco Alternative Filipino is exactly what any modern-day Pinoy could define as fulfilling – big servings, timeless dishes, reinvented versions, and more. They built Abbiocco Alternative Filipino from the vision of honoring our authentic local flavors masterfully conveyed through contemporary elements and techniques.

With the restaurant’s commitment to sustain high quality standards and its advocacy towards supporting homegrown products, guests can be assured of being served with only the freshest and finest ingredients from local producers.

Fried Shrimp in Salted Egg Sauce (388) 
Lightly coated fried shrimps in special salted egg sauce and mango salsa.

Expect huge servings and elevated takes on familiar flavors served on plates resembling colorful visual treats -- imagine fried shrimps richly covered with salted egg sauce on a beautiful bed of purple cabbage.

Abbiocco’s Stir Fried No Pork Veggies (289)
Stir-fried chicken strips, baby shrimps, tofu, bell pepper, cabbage, celery, mushrooms, snow peas young corns, bok choy and carrots.

Montiel’s Special Palabok (388)
A Filipino noodle dish with shrimp sauce topped with shrimps, lechon kawali slices, squid rings, crushed chicharon, tinapa flakes, scallions, tofu and fried garlic.

You’ll know it’s Abbiocco when in each big bite, your senses instantly come alive. With each dish intricately planned and plated down to the last detail, expect to discover a new dining experience that will make you want something bolder, bigger, and better than your usual favorites.

Our top 3 are Palabok, No Pork Vegetables and Shrimp in Salted Egg. Perfectly fresh especially the vegetables and its satisfied our cravings from Filipino food in a level up mode.

Craving already?! Get ready for a new dimension of flavor. Abbiocco Alternative Filipino restaurant opens its doors today July 30, 2019 at Scout Rallos St., Quezon
City. Open Mondays to Sundays from 11 AM to 11 PM and until 2 AM on Fridays and Saturdays.

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