New dishes at Kulinarya Kitchen! ♥
One of my family's favorite restaurants and go-to places whenever we're in Rockwell is Kulinarya Kitchen. They serve really delicious fare that's relatively affordable, compared to other restaurants in the area.
They started the new year with several new dishes. For the appetizers they have this Hoisin Marinated US Beef Skewer with beef cubes---impaled alongside some bell peppers and shallots---that still manages to maintain that tender trait even after being left in the open and already cold. A hint of peanut sauce, aioli and chili oil, wraps over your tongue as you finish off each bite.
Then there's the Sriracha Wings, orange-hued and guaranteed to whet the appetite, but you might be surprised. It isn't as hot as its name suggests; in fact there's a tinge of sweetness that cloaks the crisp fried wings, perfectly treading along the line between sweet and spicy. The end result is an addicting mouthful that will compel you to lick those fingers, and reach for another piece.
If you want something light, go try their Summer Salad, brimming with fresh elements such as watermelon, tomato, apple, pistachio, and feta cheese. Arugula is thrown into the mix with some Romaine, and finished off with drizzles of honey-cider vinaigrette.
Speaking of arugula, it is also present in a pizza that easily becomes a part of my favorite list. Kulinarya Kitchen's Pizza Bianca has white cheese for a base, topped with huge and juicy oven roasted tomatoes, diced pancetta, feta cheese, then drizzled with balsamic glaze and truffle oil that's heady and very apparent, you can't help but fall in love with the whole thing.
They also have something for vegetarians or simply the health-conscious: Pasta Primavera laced with oven roasted tomatoes, fresh vegetables, and nuts peppered with parmesan cheese. I'd rather partner it with some meat, though.
An ingenious collaboration of two popular ways of serving rice, Kulinarya Kitchen has dished out the Paella Risotto -- the goodness of paella and the comforting creaminess of risotto using the traditional arborio rice. Have it with Seafood and Chicken or eat it with Crispy Pork Belly (which I prefer simply because I don't have the patience to de-shell the prawns) that amazingly stays crisp despite being submerged in the tomato-seafood broth.
If you're craving for a heavier pasta, there's the Linguine with Lamb Ragu laden with tender lamb bits in an ossobuco style tomato and marsala wine sauce. I prefer mixing it before eating, letting the noodles soak up that savory ossobuco sauce.
A new twist to their popular salmon dish (Grilled Asian Salmon) is the Salmon Beurre Blanc. This time, the fillet rests on top of potatoes amid a sea of white wine butter cream sauce. Cut a small portion and smother it with that lovely sauce, savor, sigh, smother, savor, sigh... you get the point.
Though technically not a new dish, it was my first time to try this dessert. The crisply coated rice cake is bathed in sweet coco jam, with mangoes to counter its saccharinity. Take each bite with a spoon of vanilla ice cream for that cool ending to a once again great meal.
Spot: P1 Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati City
Contact Nos.: 898.1738 or 898.1864
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