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Warm Up Your Day At Sabao
Posted by: jovy avisado ( Member ) on 2015-12-21

We all love the month of December -- the cold breeze of the wind and the colorful Christmas decorations that awaken our spirits. Indeed, the holiday spirit comes alive in this month. And what better way to celebrate the joy of Christmas season than to have a warm bowl of soup after a long day? Luckily, you can have one at Sabao.


About Sabao


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Sabao is a Filipino soup bar located at the ground floor of Signa Designer Residences, Salcedo Village in Makati City. Owned by Mothership F&B Enterprise (which includes restaurateur Erwan Heussaff), Sabao features numerous Filipino soups that we love. In the city filled with restaurants that serve international dishes, Sabao is indeed a change of air that we need. 


Sabao’s Hearty Broth


            Experience Filipino dining to a whole new level at Sabao. What makes this restaurant unique is that you can customize your broth! You can reinvent your beloved Filipino meals with these steps:


Choose Your Soup


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            Once you enter Sabao, a staff will give you a form, a marker, and a menu so you could start your gastronomic adventure. There are five soups to choose from and they are:

Bulalo (P326)

Tinola (P296),

Sinigang (P324/with Glazed Pork Belly, P314/with Shrimp, P307/just Vegetables),

Molo (P312/with Pork-Chicken, P307/with Vegetable),

Binakol (P296)


 

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Sabao’s bestseller, SInigang with Glazed Pork Belly at Php 324.

 

Choose a starch on the side or in your soup


 

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            Now that you have chosen your soup, it’s time to pick a starch! What’s even better is you can put them in your soup including rice! There are three noodles and rice to choose from such as:

 

Soup:

Sotanghon

Canton

Misua at P50/order

 

Rice:

Brown, Red, Garlic White Rice at P65/order


Choose a topping!


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            A sumptuous meal is not complete without some toppings. Sabao definitely will not disappoint you with the delicious toppings that they offer. You can choose veggies or protein (both would be fine too) for your toppings:

Dahon ng Sibuyas (scallions, P30)

Kang Kong (water spinach, P30)

Crispy Bawang (garlic chips, P45)

Piniritong Saging na Saba (fried saba, P45)

Baboy (pork belly, P90)

Manok (chicken breast, P90)


            Indeed, one of the great ways to spend a cold day is to fill your stomach with a warm soup. So this December, when you are craving for some hot Filipino broth to warm you, simply use this travel guide in the Philippines and head over to Sabao



 
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