Kusinang Munti

Tooting
The bright interior may not be big on atmosphere – the crush of so many plain, functional tables more akin to an office canteen than a café, the large mirrors less than flattering and the view on to Garratt Lane dull at best – but Kusinang Munti is slicker than your average oriental buffet. The Philippines’ three centuries of colonial domination have left an intriguing Spanish-Mexican influence on the range of dishes, which include the likes of pork or chicken adobo (stewed in soy sauce, vinegar, garlic and peppercorns), satays, lumpiang (similar to spring rolls) and dinuguan (a savoury pork blood stew). Lunch costs just £5.50, dinner £6.50, and the affable staff organise countless parties and in-house events including karaoke.
Venue name: Kusinang Munti
Contact:
Address: 913 Garratt Lane
London
SW17 0LT
Opening hours: Lunch served noon-2.30pm, dinner served 6.30-11.30pm Mon-Fri. Meals served noon-11.30pm Sat; noon-11pm Sun.
Transport: Tube: Tooting Broadway tube
Price: Main courses £7-£14. Set meal (Mon, Thur, Sat, Sun) half-price meals, not incl drinks or dessert.

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Alexis Pangan Mossige

we had a wonderful start to our dining experience at your place. ++ points: there is tanduay,smb light & smb (not on stock), red horse(available);wide range of pulutan & main course menu.ordered chicharon bulaklak which was good. (-) negative points: ordered & looking forward to eating cispy pata, told it would take sometime to prepare,we agreed but did NOT expect it to be over than 30 minutes. we got the pata after more than an hour. came out that it looked & been double fried, making it hard to eat. to top that, it was very salty & as much as i wanted to take it home it was unedible. ordered chicharon bulaklak, wanton soup which we never got & garlic rice to be served with the crispy pata,but these too was a failure coz it came late & the garlic tasted burnt. and to my shock when i had to pay, the bill came to a whopping £37 coz the crispy pata was £ 20 an order which is not worth the wait & way too expensive ifor it. sorry but for that amount we could have eaten better in a steak restaurant or eaten much more in another place. a total disappointment in the end, better try the other filipino restaurant in earls court or josephine's in fitzrovia.