Classic 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
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