If you’re craving for Filipino food with a twist, I highly suggest you dine at Neil’s Kitchen. They offer our very own comfort food with a touch of art to make us all the more excited.
The ambiance is industrial but very homey. Books are also up for grab for you, bookworms. You can borrow books while waiting for your food or you may also buy them.
The writings on the wall are already Instagram worthy. I also love how they turned the Mason Jars into little chandeliers too.
I could say that all the food we had were impeccable. Everything looked so good and it was spot on delicious.
We tried their new dishes:
Alabang Fried Pork Chop: It was juicy and tender. This comes with gravy and the very delicious Macaroni salad.
Oh La Laing: I really love the presentation of this dish and the taste as well. Layers of Grilled Rice Patty wrapped in Nori, Coconut Sauce, Shrimp Patty, Taro Shoestrings, green chili finger. Springled with their own green powder mix made of crushed Vegetable Rice Crackers, toasted Garlic, and Chicharon.
Menudo Mani: Your Mother’s Menudo with Shoe string Potato underneath. The crispiness of Potato while munching the meat added more thrill to this dish.
Sloppy K: Just like Sloppy Joe, but the bun was deep fried breaded rice patties topped with coleslaw, plated with shoestring potatoes with cheese sauce. Just the smell of this dish will make you drool.
And here’s their Classic dishes:
Wagyu Beef Sinigang -Gyudon Style : Not your usual Sinigang as this one was served dry so you can control the amount of sauce you want to put on your bowl of rice along with its vegetables.
Sinigang Paella with Grilled Pork Belly: Rice was steamed along with Sinigang broth. The sourness is already on the rice. Brilliant idea! Grilled Pork Belly was cooked to perfection. Who knows Sinigang can be so good, sauce -less?
Boneless Chicken BBQ and Chicken Inasal w/ Java Rice: A familiar taste. You can never go wrong with ordering this dish. The sauce is flavorful.
Grilled Chicken and Crispy Pork Dinuguan Fondue: Again, the sauce was served separately from the meat making it crispy.
Fried Suman, Mangga and Chocnut: Suman at the bottom, topped with Mango Jelly with chocnut. Add coconut cream to your liking. This was really addicting.
Puto Bungbong with Buco Jelly and Toasted Coconut: Hands down, the best Puto Bungbong in the Philippines.
Not yet release on the menu
Beef Papaitan Pie : This is by far the most picturesque Papaitan I’ve seen. Not only great in photo but the taste was good as well. It was creamy than your usual Papaitan.
Baked Sisig Cannelloni (: Was a bit surprised with Cannelloni on the Sisig. But it was such a clever way to have the flavor of Sisig be evenly distributed to the whole dish. Layers of Cannelloni then Sisig. Very tasty!
I definitely look forward to my next visit at Neil’s Kitchen with my family and friends. The venue tends to be packed during lunch or dinner so make sure to drop by early. Giving them 5 stars rating because of the new experience to my favorite comfort food, homey ambiance and friendly staff.
Address: Westgate Center, Filinvest City, Muntinlupa City