Minced Manila | Review | Antipolo City
It was after church on one unassuming Sunday morning that The Memet and I found ourselves on our way to Antipolo, looking for a new breakfast haunt.
I happened to look at the commercial building across from Unciano Medical Center, and although most of the restaurants were still closed (it was 8:30 in the morning), I spotted one that looked like it was open. The Memet immediately drove into their parking area and upon closer inspection, we saw that it was indeed open. So we parked our car and up we went.
Not long after we were seated, a waitress approached us and gave us two menus. One was their regular menu and the other was their breakfast menu.
I took a picture of both the menus, but the regular has too many menu items (lots of food options!), so posting it here would be useless. You won't be able to read all the tiny texts. Haha! Here's a photo of their breakfast menu though:
|Longganisa Lucban - P200|
I'd also like to add that I don't usually like atsara (definition HERE), but the one that was on my plate was absolutely divine. To say that I loved my meal would probably be an understatement. My plate was CLEAN.
|Arroz ala Cubana - P195|
Our meals each came with a cup of brewed coffee.
Aside from the two breakfast meals that we ordered, The Memet also a bowl of Chicken Binakol from their regular menu. He wanted some soup (note the word "some), but what we got was a huge bowl of Chicken Binakol. Haha!
The photo below is quite deceiving, actually. It's bigger than it looks.
|Chicken Binakol - P290|
If you have an account with Zomato, you can review Minced Manila right then and there. When you're done with your review, just show it to your waiter and they'll give you a Maja Blanca Panna Cotta!
My app was acting weird that morning, but I didn't give up. I had to re-type my review 3x! Haha! It was well worth it though, because the free panna cotta was yummy!
Overall, I'd say Minced Manila is a gem that Antipolo City should be proud of. They serve absolutely delish modern Filipino food. Their waiters and waitresses were very warm and attentive, and the place is a breath of fresh air - figuratively speaking.
If you find yourself in Antipolo, Minced Manila is definitely worth a visit.
EM Gems Bldg., L. Sumulong
Circumferential Rd., Antipolo City