What is Apag Marangle?
Apag is a term of Kapampangan origin which means “handaan” or where a food is laid down/ served. Marangle in the other hand means “bukid” in Kapampangan. So ‘Apag Marangle’ means kind of like “hain sa bukid” in Tagalog.
Makati city, Philippines.
Kapampangan food is one of the local cuisines here in the Philippines that is very much known to us. From its bold and savory dishes to its one of a kind dishes such as Camaru or crickets every Filipino is surely enamored by it.
And Apag Marangle will surely tickle your taste buds without traveling outside of Manila for it! Located at the metro’s business hub – Makati city, they offer great deals good for the whole family.
You can choose from the variety of boodle fights which is great for 5-6 people And prices would start at 1,100 pesos. They have four offerings which are
ASIKAN (Bukid) (1,100 php)
Ensaladang Paco (Fiddle head fern salad with salted eggs and special apag marangle dressing)
Sale Manuk (Chicken and lemon grass soup with corn)
Ningnang Liemp (Broiled pork belly)
Pritung Tilapia(Fried Tilapia)
Nasing Marangle (Apag Marangle’s version of paella)
DAYAT MALAT (Dagat) (1,700php)
Ensaladang Manggang Bubot(Green Mango Salad)
Sigang Paro King Sampalok(Shrimp cooked in fresh tamarind juice)
Pritong Bangus (Fried Milkfish)
Minantikilyang Ema(Buttered Crab)
Ningnang Pusit (Broiled squid stuffed with herbs, tomato and onions)
Tabang Talangka Rice (Crab paste rice)
MANANGU (Biyahero) (1,600 php)
Ensaladang Ampalaya (Bitter Melon Salad)
Balatung (Mongo beans soup with peeled shrimps)
Pelutungan Manuk (Fried Chicken)
Pepalasing Paro (Drunken Shrimps)
Nasing Marangle(Apag Marangle’s version of paella)
KABALENAN (Bayan) (1,500php)
Suam Mais (Corn soup in clay pot)
Humba (Pork belly braised in yellow bean paste)
Kare-Kare (Filipino stew of beef oxtail and tripe on a creamy peanut sauce)
So make sure to head over at Apag Marangle with your friends and family and have a boodle fun time!