One Sunday, our family decided to go off our usual options when it comes to what we want to eat, and was game for a little adventure when it came to our taste buds.
It’s a good thing that Jupiter St. in Bel Air does not seem to run out of something really interesting, as far as eating out is concerned. On the 20th of this street, at the corner of Antares St., is a Pakistani & Continental Cuisine called Kabab & Curry, a casual restaurant that claims to serve what’s authentic, halal and organic vegetables.
Having gotten clues as to what might be worth ordering, thanks to the television and media, we sampled its Beef Seekh Kabab (beef barbeque) for starters. It is tender like a beef burger, and was served along with a special sauce and yogurt cream sauce. For the main meal, we tried Beef Biryani, which is simply long basmati rice that has an orangey color that will remind you of paella, until you taste it and realize it is much different and way lighter than paella. For our viand, we tried the Nihari, which is made of tender beef cubes with delicious brown sauce. This one made our adventure all worth it, as it is very delicious, and will definitely appeal to the Filipino palate. If only for this, we will surely come back some other time.
A delicious viand always triggers an extra rice, but not this time, as we chose to order a naan instead. This is almost exactly like our unleavened bread, and it is also fried version.
No. 20 Jupiter St., Makati City, Metro Manila
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