Pork Tales: Street Treats
The popular phenomenon of Philippine culture is echoed in the casual, tongue-in-cheek approach of Dennis Cunanan Pork Barrel Grill in providing diners with a delicious experience that is a ‘steal’ – grilled specialties that are so good and so well-priced that you’d be guilty!
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Pork Tales: Street Treats
Pork Tales: Scoops and Snoops!
In this part of the Dennis Cunanan Pork Barrel Grill Restaurant website, we’ll be updating you on
the different delicacies that we’re shining the spotlight on for the month or for the season, depending
on what the talk of the town is—you know how the issues spread like wildfire. Mark your calendars,
because we’re ready to take your orders.
Whether it’s a change in the restaurant’s atmosphere, a fresh new take on a familiar recipe, or an
event at Pork Barrel that you just can’t miss, you’ll be able to find out on Scoops and Snoops, where
the latest secrets of Manila’s guilty Porkers will be unraveled. Scoops and Snoops is best viewed on
the latest version of your internet browser for high resolution screening and multimedia content.
–Ang Lasang Kalsada
Your favorite street treats at Dennis Cunanan’s Pork Barrel Grill
Your childhood, your college life, and your unhealthy working life probably all had one thing in
common—your love for convenient food that was easily accessible and that the traditional tastiness
and strange hominess of the street. That’s right, many of us have vivid memories of Manong’s deep
fryer brimming with fish balls to be coated with sweet-spicy sauce, kwek-kwek in bright orange
batter, squid calamares, and rich isaw manok and isaw baboy.
There’s an option to sample some of the street food that you remember from Dennis Cunanan’s Pork
Barrel Grill kitchen, where we prepare these morsels under the safest of standards, but still preserve
their traditional taste. Although we have yet to serve any one of these varieties ala carte, we offer
wonderful examples of Filipino street food in our Kalsada Platter: isaw manok and isaw baboy (spit-
grilled chicken and pork intestines); betamax (cubes of pork blood); adidas (chicken feet); fish balls;
squid balls; chicken balls; fried calamares, and kwek-kwek. The platter comes with patis, sinamak,
suka, sweet-spicy, and Pork Barrel Grill signature sauce on the side for tasting. Soon to come is
Dennis Cunanan Pork Barrel Grill-label homemade ice cream reminiscent of the dirty ice cream that
vendors used to sell in carts!
Dennis Cunanan’s Pork Barrel Grill highly recommends the Kalsada Platter (isaw manok; isaw
baboy; betamax; adidas; fish balls; squid balls; chicken feet; fried calamares; kwek-kwek;; patis,
sinamak, suka, sweet-spicy, Pork Barrel Grill sauce) with Dennis’s House Iced Tea or San Miguel
Beer. The dishes are also available for takeout, delivery, and large-scale order when the staff of the
restaurant is contacted in advance.
The popular phenomenon of Philippine culture is echoed in the casual, tongue-in-cheek approach of
Dennis Cunanan Pork Barrel Grill in providing diners with a delicious experience that is a ‘steal’ –
grilled specialties that are so good and so well-priced that you’d be guilty!
Dennis Cunanan Pork Barrel Grill is managed by an able-bodied staff (fondly named ‘The Porkers’)
who is longtime professionals in the dining and hospitality industry. You can find Pork Barrel in
Freedom Park Avenue, and a branch is upcoming in Tomas Morato Avenue, Quezon City.
Pork Barrel is open from 9:00AM-2:00AM, and provides takeout and delivery services. Live band
sessions are held in the cabanas every Tuesday and Thursday. For package deals and group bookings
for seminars, meetings, and conference, contact us accordingly.
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