You Can Now Order The Popular Kare-Kareng Bagnet Again From This QC Resto

IMAGE courtesy of Pino

If you live around the Malingap-Maginhawa Quezon City area, chances are you've heard or even tried Pino's Kare-Kareng Bagnet. It's an indulgent dish made with smoky, tender bagnet coupled with a rich and thick kare-kare sauce that doesn't scrimp on flavors (it's not too sweet, too). Pino and its sister restaurant, Pipino Veg, has reopened its doors just in time to welcome customers as quarantine restrictions eased. 

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Expect a space that's refreshed and a menu that's been updated. If you're one of those who started taking baby steps towards a healthier lifestyle in the past few months, Pipino Veg's meatless and dairy-free dishes gives you more options: there's a veggie curry dish and even a vegan halo-halo!

Store hours start at 7 a.m. so you can easily swing by for local breakfast favorites such as their signature-blend tocino, and longganisa and corned beef that are both made in-house.

Visit Pino Restaurant and Pipino Veg at 39 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City. For inquiries and orders, contact 7004-3701, 0915-2301649


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