on all saints’ day i went out to dinner with my best gal pals kaye, jen, and our lovely preggo friend patti. after a bit of hilarious road mishap (we appear to be incapable of following road rules and directions) we found ourselves at ayala technohub, which was one of the few places that seemed to have open restaurants that day. KANIN CLUB was a no-brainer for us as it had been a long-time craving for me and kaye, while the rest of the group was just plain famished.
we ordered seafood kare-kare, crispy dinuguan and spicy tahong, (which explains the peculiar abundance of mussels on the table) and more cups of rice than i could count. the crispy dinuguan was the table favorite; but truthfully, each dish had its own undeniable yumminess that left each of us in utter, utter bliss.