Apu

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WHY GO

Al­though it may not be the eas­i­est es­tab­lish­ment to get to for non-ho­tel guests, din­ers will cer­tainly en­joy Apu's tra­di­tional and au­then­tic Filipino dishes.

TATLER TIPS

Apu may have some hits and misses when it comes to food, but the ser­vice and am­bi­ence more than made up for its short­com­ings. Start your meal with Apu's kini­law na tanigue, a spicy-sour fish mar­i­nated in vine­gar dish. Highly rec­om­mended on the menu is their sini­gang. With op­tions such as le­chon, prawn, and pork, it can be dif­fi­cult to choose just one. The prawn sini­gang, how­ever, was the per­fect bal­ance of sour, salty with a lit­tle spice that most Filipinos are fa­mil­iar with. To end your meal, have the leche flan. Apu has per­fected this creamy and rich dessert.

Apu siz­zling sisig PHP 1,500-1,999 PER PER­SON

Kini­law­natanigue

Seafood kare-kare

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