₱ 500 / Person
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open now: 10:00 - 23:00
Kanin Club is located at Ground Floor, UP Ayala Technohub, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. This is a Philippine restaurant near the UP Ayala Technohub.The average price range at Kanin Club is around ₱ 500 / Person,and the opening hours are 10:00 - 23:00.Kanin Club is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the UP Ayala Technohub area. There are different kinds of food in Kanin Club that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63283325978.
I have fond memories of this place and I associate it with rewarding yourself with good food after the day's work. The first time I went here was with classmates, after our comprehensive exam review. They have good kare-kare and other Filipino dishes. The ones I've tried recently are Liver Steak and Crab Omelet. For dessert, try their leche flan topped with Macapuno.
I have no negative things to say. Maybe because that time we were their first customers so they served us well. And the foods were beyond our expectations so they deserve a 5! Kanin lovers, go try them out.
We love their crispy dinuguan and seafood kare-kare, it's definitely their must-try dishes. We also tried their aligue rice, crispy tadyang, pad thai, crispy chicken, pancit bihon, binukadkad na tilapia and they're also good. Their service was great, the waiters were all courteous and attentive. While waiting to be seated inside, we were asked to order in advance and when we got inside, they were ready to serve the dishes that we ordered. We didn't even waited that long. Casual dining experience perfect for family bonding or bonding with friends. We don't usually dine at Filipino restos but I'm glad that this didn't disappoint.
Kanin Club for me serves Filipino comfort food! Sinigang Rice is my favorite. I love how they creatively modernized some of our Pinoy recipes. Thumbs up for Kanin Club for giving good prices for their food menu as well.
I love their unique take on classic Filipino dishes. Try their siningag na sinigang, crispy pla pla and crab omelet. Avoid the tokwa't baboy as it's too sour.