Monday, September 27, 2010

The common cuapao in not-for-commoners Greenbelt 5

A pleasantly surprising merienda option in hoity-toity GB5.

Amidst Restaurante Pia y Damaso’s baroque menu is the very earthy Cua Pao Pan De Sal. The pan de sal adds a slightly grittier texture & more salt into the over-all taste (vs the oh-so-soft & almost sweet mantou). With big chunks of pork asado, a thick serving of pickled mustasa & lots of nuts, it’s a heftier price for a heftier cuapao.


(Still, if you want a reeeaally sulit cuapao, then make the trek to Makati Cinema Square. But more on that later ;p Also, sorry for the blurry pic.)


Do you like cuapao?

8 comments:

Miguel said...

I love cuapao. Used to get my fix from Chocfull of Nuts in what used to be Virra Mall. I think they're still in Shoppesville.

mrtgeneration said...

Can't wait to post about Emer's (not the litsonan). Best cuapao ever!

But yes, Chocfull of Nuts is still great. It comes with a big side of nostalgia.

elpi said...

looks yummy. .super like pork asado! definitely I am going to try this. Additional on my list:)

sewa mobil said...

Very nice, thanks.

Christopher Hinn said...

I love this food! Super yummy!

Restaurants said...

These things look gorgeous and I am sure are delicious. I'm bookmarking these to try this weekend.

restaurants said...

Looks very delicious..great really..

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