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Thanks to Malate resident Carlos Celdran, we found out that Chicken ala Kiev was back on Café Adriatico’s menu!
So now we have an excuse to eat there every time we find ourselves in the area.
Like yesterday after the screening of Ang Nawawala at the CCP. Four of us looked forward to early dinner at Café Adriatico despite the storm brewing up—delubyo levels, as Grace put it.
We shared a salad, garlic mushrooms, and spicy gambas for starters. Patty had salpicao for her main course, while Pia, Grace and I each had a plate of the best Chicken Kiev in town.

Chicken ala Kiev
Chicken ala Kiev

We finished this off by sharing Sans Rival, Canonigo and coffee. And I’m hoping to do this again on Tuesday!

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To know more about Café Adriatico, click here.

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casino espanol de manila has good ala kiev too!

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casino espanol has good ala kiev too!

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hopefully i’d be able to get a taste of this yummy  Chicken Kiev. (crossing fingers)

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Christine

i’m drooling right now. it makes me want to jump on the next train heading to gateway! i’m just 1 stop away!

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Patriciabetita

Omg!!! Ang sarap naman niyan! I’ll order that nga next time:-)

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Juliajulia84

OMG…feeling nostalgic. I suddenly miss and crave for their squid tactics (the best appetizer for me). Sana they also bring it back. Na miss ko tuloy Bistro Lorenzo…so near my place 🙁

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Talagang bumulwak yung oil n’ya nung binuksan n’yo 🙂

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CVS Reply:

butter naman, hindi oil >.<

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literarybulimia Reply:

‘Bumulwak’, there’s a word.

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literarybulimia

‘Bumulwak’, there’s a word.

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Marimusing

Chuvanness. Can you ask the people at Gonuts Donuts to bring back Coney Island’s Mandarin Orange Royal? Any other flavors we loved. 

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OMG. I can comment from Twitter. It was always a pain for me to sign in with wordpress. Amazing! 

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It’s the food I ate at the Prom. Polo Club also had a good Chicken ala Kiev. :o)

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the photo looks soooo good! ah i want to try it! i will try it! soon!

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the second photo of the chicken ala kiev, the one with the butter oozing out – looks effin amazing!!!! 

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