My colleagues and I went to Kanto Bar & Grill after our videoke session at Music Bank. We’ve been craving for some Pinoy comfort food so everyone agreed to have a quick dinner at Kanto Bar & Grill before capping the night off.
The restaurant’s interior was walled with some chunk of trees that makes us forget that we’re still in Quezon Avenue. All of us love the cozy ambience. It was relaxing and very casual.
Let’s take a look at their food! 🙂
There’s nothing really special about their rice meals. You wouldn’t get the value of your money if you order any of the above rice meals. I suggest that you order their Grilled dishes instead.
I’m a fan of street food and Kanto Fries saves the day. This is the best fried isaw (chicken intestines) that I ever tasted. It was flavorful and perfectly crispy.
Whoever said that Milkshakes aren’t for adults obviously never had a Frozen Mudslide. The combination of Kahlúa, Absolut Vodka and Irish cream together with vanilla ice cream makes the adult side say yum.
Going out with friends is a great way to end a very stressful week and to refresh your mind. We really had a great time with all the laughs and small talks that we had. Overall, it was still a great dining experience for us.
Kanto Bar & Grill
3 Sct. Albano, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila, Philippines