Sinigang na Lechon (P180) Malutong na lechon, sinampalukang sabaw with chichacorn.

I’ve visited Mall of Asia in search of new restaurants but apparently most of them will still be open in June. Although there was one restaurant that caught my eye because of its unique filipino interiors and K.K.K. was interesting enough to check out. But as expected since most of them are just in their soft opening phase, they were not able to cope up with the volume of people so expect slow service, some of the items in the menu are not available, and in our case, all the food that we ordered were too salty. What I love about it is that it is a Kapampangan Restaurant with a twist of Thai (very good concept). They also attempted to provide an innovation by putting Sinigang and Lechon together similar to the famous Sinigang Corn Beef of Sentro in Greenbelt.
The verdict: the food is just O.K. and I think the serving is too small for its price.

This is located in the entertainment mall in the ground floor. It is in between music hall and IMAX theater but nearer to the music hall side. The interiors where eye catching and I actually forgot to ask why the name K.K.K.. Hmmn, let me guess Kay sarap na Kapampangang Kainan? Help please…

Bacalao Daing (P230). with kamatis, piemento, patatas. This taste like salted fish in tomato sauce, quite similar to the taste of canned sardines. Interesting, but too salty!

Let us check the menu. I was hoping to eat another innovation which is sisig vegetarian but it is not available. I decided not to eat the famous stable food in Pampanga like Inihaw na pinadapang Hito with Buro, or Sisig Pampanga. As you can see from the menu, it should have been exciting enough to eat here and I’ll give them a benefit of the doubt that it was just opening day. I’ll check them out again.