5 Reasons Why You'll love Ang Kamalig Restaurant

May 12, 2017

Good Food is central to the DNA of an Ilonggo.  It can be said whenever Ilonggos have visitors, they worry about what to feed them so they will enjoy their stay in Iloilo.   In fact for most Ilonggo families, every good memory is tied up to food.  The table is where everyone hangs out, everyone can relax and exchange happy memories over a good meal.  It is a known fact that Ilonggos are more discerning eaters, and they also look for food that they are familiar with.
“Good food is meant to be shared especially with your loved ones, so please enjoy yourselves today and welcome to Ang Kamalig Restaurant,” was the greeting we all got from Chef Miguel Trenas, Chief Executive Chef of Ang Kamalig Restaurant,  during the preview of the launch of new Ilonggo Family Fiesta Favorites at Ang Kamalig Restaurant.   “Family and food are the two things important to an Ilonggo, and today is a celebration of that, ” as per Chef Miguel.  
Batwan Roast Chicken 

Here are 5 Reasons why you'll love Ang Kamalig Restaurant:

1. They've launched the Ilonggo Family Fiesta favorites - It is the right time to launch the Ilonggo Family Fiesta Favorites given more and more Ilonggos are looking for alternatives on where to eat and dine together with their families for special get togethers or celebrations.  May is also the Fiesta Season so Kamalig made the selection available to families who may be looking for them.
2. You'll find Ilonggo grilled favorites such as baked oysters, grilled fish in banana leaves, Batwan Roast Chicken – simple fare found only in our own province
Baked Oyster
3. Aside from Ilonggo grilled favorites they also have Ilonggo Heritage Food - aside from callos and lengua that Ilonggos are known for, new offerings were served such as our Kinilaw na Taningue, Pancit Molo, Fish Head soup in Miso, Aligue Pancit Palabok or Gambas in Aligue Sauce
Palabok
4. Executive Chef Miguel has incorporated unique local ingredients from spices such as batwan and ginger, to fresh catch of seafoods and shellfish to make these Ilonggo family favorites.  These cannot be compared to any province
Seafood Lomi
5.With 2 two branches in Iloilo City - Atria and Robinson’s Place Jaro.  Families can order from Ang Kamalig for take home, or ask them to cater in their houses for special occasions.
Baked Oyster
Special Steamed LapuLapu 
 Nena's Laing
 Coastal Heritage Kinilaw nga Tangigue
With cafe Ilonggo Antoine Greg Flores and Daily Guardian Zedrick Seneres
Chef Miguel will also be offering a Junior Ilonggo Chef school to 10 students only starting May 19 and children ages 10 to 15 are welcome to register for P3000.00.   They will have three sessions to learn about native Ilonggo fare – Ilonggo favorite appetizers, main meals, and desserts.   Chef Miguel will be their teacher every Friday from 2pm to 4pm, and for sure, kids will look forward to eating and learning at the same time.  Ilonggo food is so unique, Chef Miguel wants to continue the tradition in teaching the basics to the kids so Ilonggo culture and traditions can continue.
Get in touch with  Ang Kamalig Restaurant:

Facebook: Here
Contact: (033) 501 5002

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