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Pagkain Club 

Pagkain Club 
Location: Aseana Power Station, Macapagal Blvd., Pasay City , Pasay, 1308  
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A Brand New You
Smile 2011-12-31
It’s been a long time since I have dine with Pagkain Club, this time a lot of changes has been done to this place. Before, they are just a simple resto that offers Filipino dishes ala home-cooked style, now their space was bigger with a small stage for their nightly performers. It became some sort of a bar as they also started offering different viands and drinks suitable for a bar, but then they still offer the usual food that we know.

That afternoon, I ordered for TapSiLog, I was really craving for this breakfast meal. The Tapsilog was fine, it’s delicious and the beef was tender, and I must say that the serving portion gave the amount satiety value I was looking for. Yes, they still have their free Bulalo soup, which I really love.

 

 

As for the service, nothing has changed, they are still as accommodating as ever, though they have new staff member, we’re still glad to see some familiar faces. I think we should try them out at night, to compare the service and the environment with all the music and on stage performances.

Spending:
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Php120

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Just OK 2011-07-01
My wife asked me to accompany her to renew her passport. With a lot of time to waste, there is only one thing in mind to keep or seem busy...eating. Across the street of Macapagal, there's power station where you got some nice places to eat or have a cup of coffee. It was the NBA finals and I had to see Dallas win. So I got in this restaurant called Pagkain Club, the place is somewhat huge and can accomodate like a 50-70 persons. I got attracted to it thinking it's like a food court being the cheapskate that I am but instead found myself in your average filipino restaurant.

I was low on budget and this place has meals as low as 75 pesos up 200 pesos. 200 pesos is a good budget for this place. I ordered tapsilog for me and my wife. Serving was ok and it's something like 100 pesos. There are other dishes like Sisig, Bulalo and other filipino cusines but the man was low on budget.

I'd give their tapsi a 3 of 5 with 5 being the highest. It's good but can still be improved. Anyway the place was nice, there's like 3 huge TV s, though dallas lost game 2(they won the series anyway). And they've got a stage where a cross dresser sings to the patrons. The place is also fully air conditioned and there were a lot of people dining in.

Overall, the experience was good and if you ask me if I'll be coming to eat here again, well it's a definite YES.

 

 

Date of Visit:
2011-06-01

Spending:
Approximately
Php200(Lunch)

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  • Clean (4)
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Pagkain Club
Smile 2010-10-16
We have many restaurant choices that caters Filipino food, but if we just wanted something simple, our stomachs belong to Pagkain Club. They serve nice tasting home cooked meals at very reasonable price.

Location

Their establishment is located within Aseana Powerstation in Macapagal Boulevard along with other different food chains. Their interiors are very simple, but the area is air conditioned and now they have two live TVs.

Food

Bulalo Soup

Their soup was just so perfect that we would usually ask for a refill every time we dine at Pagakain Club, and that's for free.

Dinuguan

One of my personal fave. I cannot just resist the (slightly) sour and salty combination of its taste. I can really give two thumbs up for their dinuguan. Apart from the perfect taste, it was also meaty, which I always look for in this dish. Their serving size is good for sharing.

Tortang Talong

This is the vegetable that my husband and I both enjoy. Pagkain Club's Tortang Talong is a very simple dish, but it was something that is perfectly cooked and seasoned. They only used one eggplant and probably one or two eggs. The size can be considered for sharing, but ideally it's just good for one person.

Service

Their service crew were really friendly and attentive. They really know how to take care of their customers and ensure dining satisfaction.

   Bulalo Soup -Free!

   Tortang Talong

   Dinuguan

Date of Visit:
2010-10-12

Spending:
Approximately
Php150

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  • Taste
    4.7
  • Environment
    4.3
  • Service
    4.3
  • Clean
    4.7
  • Price
    4.3