Finally made it to Sari Sari couple of Sundays ago. We got the sisig friend rice, bbq ribs and a skewer of the chicken bbq. We loved the two entrees! Great flavors, not heavy or greasy. The bbq ribs were not traditional american bbq nor did it have a lot of traditional filipino spices, but they were cooked well and tasty. The only disappointment was the chicken skewer. Three tiny pieces for $3 and pedestrian. Entrees were $12/13
This past Sunday we were at the Cuba exhibit at Annanberg and the Porto’s pop up was there. We got the cappucino mouse, $5.50, couple of iced cuban coffees, $4.50 ea and the boxed assortment for $5.50. Everything except the coffee is packed to allow you to grab and go. But they also had the side cafe dressed up a bit like a bar. The bar has a virtual reality set up to let you wander the streets and it was done pretty well.
The exhibit is worth going, great photos along with an interesting documentary and it’s Portos for those of you who like it.
Raspberry filling on left. Caramel filling on right. Top is a coconut with sugar glaze. Chocolate on the bottom
Neon sign says Havana Cafe and the screen showed scenes similar to the virtual reality.