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Tomas Morato is never short on new restaurants to visit. There’s always a new one popping up on every corner, and because the actual boundaries of Tomas Morato are debatable, there are a lot of corners. In a neatly tucked away food hub is a plethora of restaurants that will satisfy any sort of hunger pang including Kusina Juan Republika.
The interiors of the restaurant are a simple mix of white walls, black furniture, and an array of Filipino decor plastered on the walls. There’s also al fresco seating right outside the restaurant if you’re a fan of fresh air.
Kusina Juan Republika is your classic Filipino restaurant but they offer small twists to their dishes that keep things fresh. The recipes are all homemade and made with a lot of love. Don’t mistake them for fusion or modern Filipino though, you won’t find any of that here. Just vibrant, honest-to-goodness Filipino food.
A combination of grilled pork belly and fish ceviche
Perfect for family gatherings, dates, or even when you’re on your own and craving kare-kare, Kusina Juan Republika can seat your entire barangay for lunch.
Kusina Juan Republika specializes in Filipino food in general. They’ve got a long, long menu and if you’re craving adobong pusit, dinakdakan, and lengua, they’ve got you covered.
Blue Marlin Belly Steak
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Krispy Garlic Fish Fillet
Tadyang ng Baka
Twice cooked beef ribs; broiled in a sweet and salty sauce then battered and deep fried
What’s great about the hub is you can sit in any restaurant and cross order from all of the others. So enjoy your krispy pata from Kusina Juan Republika, katsudon from Bento & Co., and wine or coffee at Little Winehaus or The Brewology.
Sisig ala Pampanga
Krispy Garlic Hito
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