If you are craving for Filipino dishes, I would highly recommend Casa Reyes
because they do serve good food if not cheaper but at par with other famous Filipino restaurants. Apart from that, Casa Reyes has already established itself to the country for being a well-known Family of Barbecues.
I didn't get used to eating Champorado when I was growing up. It is not like my mom doesn't cook them but I just find it odd eating chocolate rice for breakfast.
When I got older, some of my friends eat it and told me that Champorado is actually a tasty food that can also be eaten as a snack be it in the afternoon or night time. My mom also told me that when she was little, she loved eating Champorado with Dried Fish (Tuyo) which she wasn't able to impart it to us her kids.
Casa Reyes offers Champorado with Tuyo
which is not a common dish or dessert to other Filipino Restaurants. They usually serve halo-halo, leche flan, and other famous kakanin but seldom Champorado.
It was delicious because it wasn't that sweet and it was creamy. They served the tuyo separately. When I placed the tuyo in my Champorado, it was okay. Although I have noticed that the tuyo was slightly burnt. I guess it would taste even better if the tuyo wasn't burned and still crispy. Four and a half spoons
for this Filipino Delicacy.
Champorado with Tuyo
Date of Visit: 2012-01-18