The Narra

5 Reviews
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Bangsilog

RM10.00 · 3 Reviews

Located in PJ's Dataran Millennium, The Narra opens to offer the area's growing Filipino community a taste of home. The Filipino resto lounge has the heart of our very own Manila-born Burpple Tastemaker Aileen Marie, who implores you to try silog, a common breakfast in the Philippines consisting of fried rice, an egg and a meat. Bangsilog (RM10) is a delightful version served with deep-fried milkfish (known as bangus, hence the name Bangsilog). Marinated in soy sauce and vinegar, the firm flesh is fragrant and a clever pairing next to plain fried rice. The authentic establishment also serves a mighty Lechon Kawaii (RM18) — bite-sized seasoned pork belly that's bound to please the belly (yours, we mean). Cap off your experience of the Philippines with a creamy glass of Avocado Shake (RM9).
Avg Price: RM20
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Aileen Marie

Silogs are one of the most popular breakfast meals in the Philippines. A combination of one dish, sinangang (fried rice) and itlog (egg). The silog can come with longganisa (sausage-like), beef tapa (sirloin), or anything - name it! Got one of my faves, Bangsilog (RM10). - note how we just suffix silog to anything haha.

The milkfish (bangus, thus the name) is marinated well with soy sauce and vinegar and was deep fried. It kinda has the taste of home that's why I love it ❤️

It is really a good thing to have a nearby Filipino restaurant in my place - relieves homesickness! You could try to visit on weekend nights as they have a live band playing Filipino music. Service is something they should work on though (slow ☹️).

Other defaults I order: lechon kawali (but you might find this very very oily), avocado shake

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Silogs are one of the most popular breakfast meals in the Philippines. A combination of one dish, sinangang (fried rice) and itlog (egg). The silog can come with longganisa (sausage-like), beef tapa (sirloin), or anything - name it! Got one of my faves, Bangsilog (RM10). - note how we just suffix silog to anything haha.

The milkfish (bangus, thus the name) is marinated well with soy sauce and vinegar and was deep fried. It kinda has the taste of home that's why I love it ❤️

It is really a good thing to have a nearby Filipino restaurant in my place - relieves homesickness! You could try to visit on weekend nights as they have a live band playing Filipino music. Service is something they should work on though (slow ☹️).

Other defaults I order: lechon kawali (but you might find this very very oily), avocado shake

  • 2 Likes
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