Hapag Heritage Cuisine will be your new favorite traditional Filipino restaurant


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There’s no place like home… cooking.

With all the new mashup cuisines popping up in Manila’s food scene, getting a whiff of lola’s traditional home cooking is always a welcome detour, and that’s exactly where this Filipino spot in Maginhawa takes you.

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Hapag Heritage Cuisine serves traditional Filipino dishes such as kare-kare, kalderetang baka sa gata, beef morcon, and bagnet.

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One look around the place and it feels like you’re a kid again, waiting to have lunch at lolo and lola’s house.

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This homegrown restaurant in Maginhawa stays true to its Filipino roots with classics like lechon kawali, Bicol express, kare-kare, and sinigang. What sets Hapag apart is the love like lola’s that goes into the food.

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Fun Fact: "Hapag" means to offer or to lay down on the table.

Unlike many restaurants nowadays, Hapag refuses to give in to the fusion food fad and so everything you’ll find on their menu is a traditional family recipe made from scratch, without MSG. No frills, no shortcuts.

Beef Morcon

Their beef morcon takes three days to marinade, stew, and roll. Now that’s a lot of love!

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Kare-Kareng Baka

Hapag uses homemade adobong mani which is ground to create the base of the sauce. Kare-kare will never be the same.

Fun Fact: The restaurant was going to be named Angelina's after the owner's lola, the originator of Hapag's recipes.
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Co-owner Julio Carlo Lara laments that the Filipino roots of cooking are being forgotten amidst all the competition in the food scene. Hapag wants to bring back the tradition of authentic Filipino cooking.

Ginisang Hipon sa Taba ng Talangka

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Inihaw na Tuna Belly

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Tinapa Rice

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Pochero

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Manok ng Hapag

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Buko Tart

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If all that’s not enough, they also sell Hapag-made bagoong, atchara, and tinapa that you can take home with you!


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140 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 813-9672

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