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Talangkanin from Only You

Talangkanin from Only You

Saturday, May 23, 2009

Pin It The latest ABS-CBN teleserye "Only You" features a specialty dish, Talangkanin, made of aligue rice with seafood and vegetable toppings. All those intrigued with its taste whenever watching this primetime soap, can quench their curiosity by visiting Kaya restaurant which exclusively serves this extraordinary meal also called Aligue Bibimbap (P220).
Kaya only you poster
Though good for two people, one person can find himself unable to stop from gorging on the aligue rice. The fusion of flavors from this melting pot of shrimps, squid, mushrooms, beansprouts, carrots ang egg paints a mosaic-like feel for the palate. I would have loved more aligue for the rice but one cannot complain at the wholeness of the meal. There's also even soup that goes with this dish.
Kaya talangkanin
Kaya soup
Not knowing that the Talangkanin would be quite a stomach filler by itself, we had also ordered the Bulgogi (P160), pan-grilled marinated sirloin strips. The serving is quite small but actually just enough (though it may not seem so at first). Bulgogi is very much like any other meat dish save for the flavor of its sauce, which is distinct to Korean dishes. This brings me back to college days when a classmate of ours would sporadically bring Bulgogi to school and instead of having it as his lunch, ends up giving all of it to us (not at all unlike preschool bullies pushing little kids with lunch boxes around the playground, haha!). I really love the sauce, you can eat it with rice or just munch on it alone.
Kaya bulgogi
This is the first time I've tried Kaya and given the affordable prices, I think I'll be coming back to try other Korean dishes as well.
Kaya interior
Kaya
Spot: Concourse Level, Powerplant Mall, Rockwell, Makati
Telephone: +632 898.0934 / +632 898.0935
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11 comments:

MrsLavendula said...

funny you posted this, hubby and i were eating our ice cream yesterday on the first floor of powerplant and i was eying the poster of kaya with talangkanin on it! hmmm, we'll definitely give this a try soon!

Enchie said...

I enjoyed my KAYA experience too. I have to go back and try the dishes you featured.

Shalum said...

i love kaya! i love their rice, beef bulgogi and grilled mackerel! yummy!

wholesale sweets said...

Thank you for sharing. I enjoyed reading some of your post and hope to read more in my next visit.

maricel said...

wow, food looks yummy! :) gotta try them sometime.

By the way, I'm building my blog roll, care for a link exchange?

onyxx said...

i haven't really tried Kaya before, but after reading this post i just might :)

goodfor2 said...

interesting find...

TH said...

how you doing? I love to eat but I got to control myself. My friend says that after married better watch our weight worry hubby find other woman.

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brown pinay said...

i still have to taste the talangkanin....but from the looks of it...i will surely love it based on your post......thanks for the tip

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