I am not going to give a biased review about his food just because he was a friend of my brother-in-law.
The place wasn’t really that big but it was cozy and the people were friendly. Unfortunately, I wasn’t able to take picture of the place.
It taste like bagoong rice which is anchovies sauce. It doesn’t smell nor taste very fishy. The saltness of the rice was okay but it could be better and I was probably expecting something more from the taste.
It’s fish cooked in blood sauce. It was a but salty for my taste. The fish used in this dish was really soft. It would easily melt in your mouth. The sauce taste something some a Chinese cuisine. Probably more like of the sweet and sour fish fillet.
He made a side dish. He said he still doesn’t know what to name it as he only cooked it on the spot. I think the beans was cooked in butter and has either a bit of sugar or pancake syrup since it has sweetness in it. And, also some shredded salted duck eggs which was a good combination.
And, chicken adobo. Honestly, adobo is one of my favourite Filipino cuisine but this adobo’s sourness and saltiness was too strong. Though, I enjoyed the pepper taste of this dish. The chicken was okay. It wasn’t hard but it wasn’t soft as well.
Create Institute is a culinary school and not a restaurant. The utensils and the kitchen was really clean. I liked it.
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