Sizzling Crispy Sinigang Exists and Here's Where to Try It
It'll be available for a limited time only!
(SPOT.ph) With its telltale sourness and hearty mix of meat and veggies, sinigang is always a treat. We'll always have a soft spot for its classic hot-soup iteration, but it's worth exploring the other ways you can have the dish, too. How does a sizzling, crispy dish with the signature elements of sinigang sound? Here's where you can get it: for a limited time, Manam is offering the Sizzling Crispy Sinigang (P300/small, P550/medium, P905/large)—chunks of crispy pork kawali in a slightly-sour sinigang gravy and garnished with cherry tomatoes, radishes, sitaw, and kangkong.
Along with the Sizzling Crispy Sinigang are other new offerings available for a limited time. If it's seafood that makes your heart beat, be sure to try the House Squid Sisig (P190/small, P280/medium, P415/large), which has crispy-chewy bits of squid in a tangy, creamy sauce, sprinkled with fresh green chili and kamias. And if you're not one for meat, go for the House Tofu Sisig (P160/small, P280/medium, P415/large), which has fried tofu cubes doused in a meatless version of Manam’s secret sisig sauce, plus fried okra, scallions, and fresh green chillies.
Get your fix of these dishes for delivery by logging onto The Moment Group's delivery website. You can also find Manam on GrabFood or Foodpanda.
Manam is a Filipino restaurant that's owned by the Moment Group of Restaurants. Formerly called NamNam before expanding in 2014 with a new name, it serves both classic and modern renditions of Filipino dishes.
Still hungry? Don't hesitate to try out Manam's other dishes—some of their other bestsellers are the House Crispy Sisig (a.k.a. our favorite sisig in Manila) and Sinigang na Beef Short Rib and Watermelon. Don't forget the extra rice!
For orders, log on to Moment Food. You can also find Manam on GrabFood or Foodpanda.
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