Kumpares is located at Chino Roces Avenue Corner Kamagong Street, San Antonio, Makati City. This is a Philippine restaurant near the San Antonio.The average price range at Kumpares is around ₱ 100 / Person,and the opening hours are 7:00 - 22:00.Kumpares is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the San Antonio area. There are different kinds of food in Kumpares that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63283596432, +639984401118.
Never judge a restaurant/eatery by its exterior. This may look like one of those ordinary pares places, but their food is actually very good. I was delightfully surprised by their Sizzling Bulalo. Very big portion of meat (with the bone marrow of course) with rice and corn. To those people who are complaining that there's not enough bone marrow in their Bulalo or Sizzling Bulalo, piss off. Set your expectations straight. You're not in Batangas or Tagaytay. Anyway... The significant other ordered T-bone which is equally good. The real star for me however, was their Tokwa't Baboy. The pork and tokwa were crunchy, and the sauce tangy. It also had a lot of sili and onion which I love. And damn it, it's only Php 40. I chuckled inwardly when they served their iced tea and iced coffee in mason jars. Hipster much? Haha. Will definitely dine here again. :)
BULALO SPECIALmapanlinlanghindi lasang beef broth ang sabaw. lasang generic na sabaw ng mga karinderyapre-cooked na yung karnematigas yung cartilage ng karnehindi sya special.sinungaling sya!RICE SERVINGkarampot. patuka sa manok levelsSISIGmasarapTOKWA'T BABOYmasarap. masarap yung suka toyo solutionORIGINAL BEEF PARESsuper sarap at napakadami ng serving. isa sa pinaka satisfying na pares na nakain ko
Beef Pares is a favorite when on a tight budget. Their version is sweet with a generous serving and free soup. Do I get value for the 70 pesos I pay? Well, I wish it would be slightly lowered to around 60, but that's just wishful thinking, right?I enjoy sitting on the stools outside but those coming by the packs can take the couches inside. The food joint is open-air so expect some heat and a small amount of exposure to pollution because it's at an intersection. But who cares about the pollution when you're hungry, right? If you take public transportation regularly, you should be immune to this by now.
Tapsilog was generally good. The beef/carabao meat was tender and succulent marinated in sweet and fragrant sauce. The garlic bits were a good addition to this classic Pinoy dish. The Tokwa't Baboy didn't disappoint. The tofu and pork cubes were fried perfectly. But the main star of the dish was the sauce made of soy sauce, vinegar, cucumber, chilis, and more. Perfect combination!Service was commendable and fast. Attentive all throughout our stay. Space and table top were clean. No sticky or greasy feeling.
Tried the following:Hotsilog - Php70Hotsilog was served with free soup. Considering that it was only Php70, I was surprised to see how big the quantity was.