I heard it’s inside San Antonio Village and they do serve decent range of Adobo choices. I got them for delivery one afternoon when I was craving for rice after a light brunch. In order to have a worthwhile review, I ordered three rice meals. Before you get shocked, I did only eat one rice but had three dishes with it.
Among what I had, the Spicy Adobo Coco Chicken (Php 85) was most satisfying. It had a hot kick to it and the coconut cream was well made despite being in a budget. Another one I enjoyed was their tender local meat made as Beef Steak or Bistek (Php 85). The generous additions of onions made it even more interesting. The Adobong Pusit (Php 90) was not chewy meat but taste was just okay.
If you have the chance ask for more serving of their salsa. Their version adds more flavor to your meal. It’s their concoction of sweet and salty side. They offer it only for Php 20.