Finding comfort in restaurants may not be a rare instance but it surely is a wonderful feeling if you find one that fits your fancy. Concha’s Garden Cafe is one of those restaurants that will fit on that aspect and we recently had the opportunity to try some of their dishes.
Concha’s Garden Cafe offers homey dishes and some of them puts some interesting twists to it. Some of the dishes on the menu also has some notes that they highly recommend which somehow made our lives easier in choosing. Some of the dishes we will be featuring in this food review have those notes and some of them aren’t which gives a little bit different kind of interest too. So let’s get on with the food review shall we?
One of Concha’s recommended and best-selling dish, we don’t want to pass up the opportunity to try this dish out this time. And we believe that true enough, the hype is real on this one. The sauce is superb with the creaminess evidently tasted all throughout. The meat is almost melting in your mouth as you chew along and the veggies are well cooked too.
I think it’s fair to say that we are all used to the sour taste of the Sinigang mix and we may have forgotten what the actual Sampalok extract’s taste is. We’re glad Concha’s have this dish which has this old-school extract The result is the sour taste that you’ve not tasted in a long while, which is very good. The tenderness of the Chicken is the sour taste that seeped through the meat. The sourness may not be the usual that you’re used to, but its’s worth every single bite and sip of the soup.
Considering it is enormous, one would be amazed upon seeing such a Tilapia being served in front of you. Its breading is well-placed onto the meat and the crunch can be tasted all over. There is some ensalada type of a sauce which you can absolutely try but what we recommend is to make the usual sauce comprising of Siling Labuyo, soy sauce and a hint of Calamansi.