Tres Cuisine

Because I loved the food and the service, I came back and brought my relatives to Tres one chilly evening: Tita Becka, my cousins Rome & Joffrey, my niece Chellie, my nephew Kakai. My sister who calls herself Anney is the one who took the photo.

 Crispy Kare-Kare {P313/$7.20}

Most of what we ordered are those we haven’t tried from our first visit but we also ordered some that we’ve already tasted namely: the Crispy Pata, Beef Salpicao and Banana-Ube Turon with Lanka Sauce.

Dinuguang Lechon Kawali {P233/$5.40}
This is the crowd favorite. Their dinuguan sauce taste really good and it definitely made the lechon kawali taste better!
Sinigang na Lechon {around P400++/$10+}
I so wanted to try this simply because I wanted to do my own version. It was very tasty but the soup was a bit too thick for me. It tasted creamy too, like it was thickened with ground taro.
Pancit Canton {P183/$4.25}
Sis didn’t like the noodles because it was a bit soggy but I liked the garlic-ky taste of it.
Orange Cake {P93/$2.16}
We finished off our meal with this orange cake with candied orange-peel. It was a great night and we planned on wathing a movie. It didn’t push through, though. Everyone wants to watch a different movie.
Tres Cuisine
G/F SM The Block
North EDSA
outside, facing Trinoma Mall

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Hi, Peachy here!

I'm a foodie mommy living in the Philippines. I'm a mom to two daughters named PURPLE SKYE and PERIWINKLE MOONE and wife to a loving husband I fondly call peanutbutter♥. I am a foodie by heart, a coffee lover and a froyo and yogurt junkie. Learn more →






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