Alan’s Grill is known for its Kare Kareng Bulalo and Crispy Pata. From Bakahan and Manukan in Megamall, Alan transfered his restaurant to Cubao eXpo and became the place to be for Filipino food in the area. People hang out in Alan’s Grill for “Barrio Fiesta” kind of food, or to enjoy a band’s performance in Genre on the second floor. The food is fine if you are already in Cubao eXpo, but I don’t think it will become a foodie destination like Bellini’s.
There are three options on where to eat — the first floor aircon area, the al-fresco area outside or in Genre (second floor). The ground floor gives one an impression of being in an art gallery.
The main dishes range from P200-P300 while the merienda menu is less than P100. Name a popular Filipino dish and they would most probably have it in their menu. Just lower your expectations, and you’ll be fine.
Halaan Soup (P173). A bit oily and lacks the pait taste I was looking for.
You can reserve this small area overlooking Cubao eXpo if you plan to have an inuman or just hang out with friends.
Genre has a capacity of 40-45 persons. You can rent the venue for P3,000.
Call the manager, Charisse Lozano, at +63928 236-0010 to reserve.
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