Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Kabab Roll

Chicken Tikka

SM Mall of Asia
South Wing
Pasay City

(Located infront of Kenny Rogers in the South wing).

Pakistani halal fare offering kabab rolls, roti wraps, chicken bihari and other authentic Pakistani fare. There is an open grill and kababs are freshly made to order. The dipping sauce that comes with it is delicious and the portions are decent sized. All meat used is halal, infact the owner slaughters the animals himself (zabiha).
The booth in Mall of Asia has been open since August ’09, and offers seating.
Kabab roll offers free delivery to Makati areas on orders over P500 (Tel 514-2057/ 514-2059) and some other areas upon request depending on a large order.

You can also order groceries like basmati rice and halal meat (per kg) online directly from the website. Available are mutton/whole chicken/ beef or chicken qeema and even parts like lung/heart! Only deliver to certain parts of Manila.

Check out to view their delicious menu and order meat and rice.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Moud Halal Roasted Chicken

827 Globo de Oro St,
Quiapo, Manila

(02) 488-5006

Price Range: P

A hole-in-the-wall in the Muslim district of Quiapo. Famously known for its juicy rotisserie style chicken freshly roasted all day, Mouds also offers shawarmas, burgers and typical Maranao dishes at very affordable prices.

Touted as the best chicken in Manila, do not be deceived or put off by the hole-in-the wall style restaurant- you will not find chicken as delicious as this with a delicious price tag to match.
A piece of chicken will set you back P60- try it with one of the 3 styles of rice- kabsa, java or plain for an extra P10.

Mouds is not only popular among the locals but also has a following all around Manila. During Ramadan, tents are set up outside selling noodles, pancit (a steal at P20 for a generous serving), fried chicken, samosas (P10 each!) and other sweet treats at very affordable prices!

The Observants buying last minute snacks before iftar!

Choose from yummy delights from food tent during Ramadan (only!)

The restaurant sign can be easy to miss, but ask anyone and they will point you in the right direction- it is just a few steps from the Golden Mosque, or you'll notice it by the roasted chicken outside. Modest seating is available over 2 floors. Condiments like hot sauce, calamansi and chillis are provided free of charge.

Read reviews about Moud’s here:

Bijan Specialty Foodshop

GF, RSG-5 Lifestyle Center
Greenhills, San Juan City
(02) 723 – 4264 / 3604
Cell: 0922 – 844 – 4423

This gem of a store has everything you need if you are planning on cooking up a tasty Persian storm! Sells everything from dried fruits, nuts and seed, pickled vegetable (torshi), traditional Iranian spices, olives, foul, saffron, Lavash bread even traditional Persian sweets.

There is a freezer section for halal chicken, beef, and lamb which is of very good quality and clean. There are different cuts of meat and poultry- beef cubes, ground beef/lamb, lamb ribs/leg of lamb, whole chicken, breast/drumsticks and chicken sausages. Prices start at P150 per kilo.

Be careful not to miss this treasure-trove- its easy to miss! Its nestled between Chowking and Kenny Rogers in the Lifestyle Center.

For map of Greenhills click here :

Maharlika Halal Meat Market

The Blue Mosque - Worth a visit!

Here you can find muslim butchers and get fresh slaughtered meat, mostly beef, goat and chicken. On occasions you can get lamb/sheep.The market area is very near to the Blue Mosque. The prices here are more reasonable then in the city, and you will get fresh meat and whatever cut you like, also minced/ground is available.

How to get to Maharlika

Taxi: Tell the driver your going to the main street in Maharlika Village (muslim village), near to The Blue Mosque. When you drop off ask or look around for butcher shops, there are many there so feel free to ask around what they have available and what the prices are.

Jeepney: Depending on where in Manila you will go from, ask someone who is familiar with your area and if they know how to go to Maharlika. Otherwise please send me an email and tell me where you are located and I could give you more detailed description on how you can travel there the best way.

Note: From Maharlika you can try and find a taxi, but it might be difficult. If you are not lucky in getting a taxi, you can take a tri-cycle from the main street, and tell them to bring you to the jeepney terminal. From there you can take a jeepney to wherever is best for you, they go to all parts of Manila.

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