Everyone who loves Filipino food or would like to be introduced to Filipino food should head to Serye. Aside from their Classic Kare-Kare, Serye’s best sellers include the Boneless Crispy Pata, Binagoongang Lechon Kawali, Laing Con Camaron Rebosado, Bibingka Classic and Special Halo-Halo.
- SpecialtiesClassic Kare Kare, Boneless Crispy Pata, Binagoongang Lechon Kawali, Laing Con Camaron Rebosado, Bibingka Classic, Special Halo-Halo, Macapuno Pandan Cake, Pineapple Pie, Kinilaw na Tanigue, Tortang Alimasag, Chicken and Pork Adobo, Singing, Binagoongang Lechon Kawali and Bangus Belly ala Bistek, and Champorado
- BudgetP500 - P999
- ServicesDelivery, Parties
- PaymentCredit Card, Cash
- WebsiteSerye Restaurant & Cafe
Sérye’s culinary roots date back to the 1930s when Engracia Cruz Reyes, the Reyes family matriarch, began making diners happy by opening a store that can be considered the first Filipino restaurant.
The name “Sérye“ is actually a play on the letters of the family name, R-E-Y-E-S. It also is meant to denote what Sérye endeavors to do which is to carry on the family’s culinary tradition.
Enjoy the three of the most popular and best-selling dishes from the Reyes Family’s treasure trove of recipes: Our Barbecues, the “Honey” Style Fried Chicken and our Crispy Pata.
Source: Serye Cafe Filipino
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