30 years ago, Bistro Remedios was born. The fact that it still exists today is a testament of how good the food is that they serve to their patrons.
I loved their spicy pusit. It's soft and cooked just right. You see, squid is one of the hardest things to cook because if you overcooked it, it becomes rubbery. This one is far from it.
The sisig was also very good. It was crunchy but not overly done. It was cooked to, dare I say it, perfection.
Now this ... this was a wonder. Sinigang sa Bayabas na Bangus. One sip and I went, "ooohhhhh!!!!" The bayabas was really visible in the taste. It was wrapped around the fish and the veggies and strongly tasted in the soup. It was amazing.
The Kalderetang Kambing was another winner. The taste was too good I literally had to push away the plate or else I would finish a huge bowl of rice to go with it.
And finally, the other star of the night was the pandan cake. Isn't it pretty? It was sweet too. :)
Thank you Bistro Remedios for reminding me why home cooked meals are still the best. Your food made me feel like I was home.
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* I was invited to review the food. I did not pay for my meal. However, the free meal did not in any way sway my opinion and everything you read here is MY PERSONAL OPINION.