It was our first time to try out Bagoong Club Resto in Quezon City, somewhere near Tomas Morato.
Located in a residential area along Scout Dr. Lazcano, it is not surprising that the entire restaurant must have been an old house and was just converted into this cozy restaurant.
We tried their Bagoong Sampler which was served with strips of singkamas. Three kinds of bagoong were served and the sweet type always wins my vote.
Our salad of choice was their Ensaladang Bagnet. A bit disappointing, though, since there were only a few slices of crispy pork which weren't really bagnet slices, I think. But the plating was good.
And as expected, their Traditional Kare Kare was a delight.
I liked their Bagoong Rice. It was well mixed and not too salty nor oily.
Sorry for the blurry shot, but this was the surprise star of the meal... Inihaw na Hito! It was cooked and spiced very well. I am not a hito fan but this was hard not to like!
Bagoong Club is a great place to go to if you want those native dishes, cooked traditionally or with a twist.