October 3, 2019

Go-Go Kitchen at Seascape Village

Asia, being the largest and most populous continent, has many great cuisines. But how do you decide which Asian nation produces the best cuisine? But taste will always be subjective right? Someone may love Taiwan’s stinky tofu while I had a hard time appreciating it even if I am a tofu lover. Some people may also not appreciate seafood where it is abundant in Oriental and South East Asia. I may be allergic to seafood, but I love eating them, whenever I have the chance; yet I know a couple of people who doesn’t like them any bit, even fish they hate.

What I love about oriental and SE Asian food is that it highly resembles the Filipino cuisine and greatly appeals to the Filipino palate, well after all, even in ancient times, even before the colonization and industrial from the West ever happened, the Philippines is already trading with its neighboring countries and cultures and that heavily included food and spices. If you’re going to ask me, my top Asian cuisines would be Japanese, Chinese and Filipino (of course!).

Most restaurant nowadays offer either fusion or a single cuisine on their menus, but the great thing is that you can still find places to get your fix of everything. Like at Seascape Village in Manila. Seascape Village aspires to be the number one beach lifestyle destination in Metro Manila by offering the many benefits of seaside living to those residing and visiting the city. Located at Pasay City with a scenic view of the famous Manila Bay sunset, Seascape Village is The Metroescapes Corp.’s first tourism recreation project.

The Metroescapes Corp./Seascape Village launched Phase 1 of 4 last May 2018. Phase 1, the Bay Market, houses 13 restaurants, and a live & wet market, and is expanding by the end of the year. Challenging the popular “paluto” concept in the Philippines, Seascape Village redefines seafood dining by giving their customers more choices – we offer casual to fine dining options; and a better experience – through upscale interiors, spacious parking space and excellent service, and may I also add, cleaner and safer kind of “dampa-style” dining.

Seascape Village will be launching some holiday promotions, and in line with that they invited foodies to get a feel and taste of what the dining options there can offer. One of the restaurants that welcomed the foodies is Go-Go Kitchen. This place offers both ala carte and paluto options and intended for large group of families and friends, don’t worry though, if you’re visiting alone or just with one or two friends, you’re still welcome to dine. They have lots of Lazy Susan type of tables too, if you’re a frequent diner at Chinese restaurants, I’m pretty sure you have come across this type of table. (A lazy Susan is a turntable/rotating tray placed on a table or countertop to aid in distributing food). Go-Go Kitchen specializes in crunchy fried noodles with meat, seafood and vegetable toppings. Their food plating is not to be missed, it’s old school but that somehow reminded how my grandma would plate the dishes she cooked the whole day for when there’s a grand occasion at home.

Go-Go Kitchen Fried Chicken

Foodies were treated with a feast which included the following: Salted Egg Shrimp – shrimp cooked in a thick and flavorful milk-salted egg sauce with a spicy kick. Pompano in Black Bean Sauce – deep fried Pompano fish with thick black bean-based sauce. Pompano is a fish abundant in Asian waters and tastes similar to Mahi-Mahi or snapper. I actually always mistaken it for red snapper (Lapu-Lapu). Go-Go Kitchen Fried Chicken – crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside fried chicken with Go-Go Kitchen’s house made batter. One of the foodies even describe its taste as outstanding.

Yang Chow Fried Rice

Black Pepper Beef – tender beef slice with very distinct spicy and peppery sauce. Grilled Liempo – classic, tender and well marinated pork belly prepped and grilled the Go-Go Kitchen way. Yang Chow Fried Rice – no visit to a predominantly Chinese menu restaurant without the real OG of all fried rice, loaded with toppings and complete with that smoky-stir fried on a wok flavor, you'll surely go for seconds, or thirds or more! And lastly some Buchi – rice cake filled with custard and rolled in toasted sesame seeds, to finish this wonderful meal.

Pompano in Black Bean Sauce

From November 2019 to January 2020, Seascape Village will have a 1 PESO FLASH SALE, where guests can go to any of the participating restaurants during weekdays, from 11AM- 10PM, and only pay 1 peso for the featured dish of the month. All you have to do is like the Facebook page of Seascape Village and share the promo poster on your personal Facebook account and set it to Public.

Every month, the ff items will be available at participating restaurants for 1 Peso: NOVEMBER 2019 - 1 whole Chicken for 1 Peso; DECEMBER 2019 - 1 whole Pompano for 1 Peso; JANUARY 2020 - 1 order of Liempo for 1 Peso.

Go-Go Kitchen will be one of the participating restaurants and by participating, you’ll be able to try their Grilled Liempo or Chicken or Pompano for just 1 Peso!!!

Thank you Chrizelle for the lovely photos and write up inputs! Follow Chrizelle on Instagramwww.instagram.com/chrizelleliciouschryzh and check out her blog: chryzhpontaneous.home.blog

Seascape Village, Atang dela Rama St., 
Beside Sofitel Philippine Plaza,
CCP Complex, Pasay City
Contact Nos: +63 9155401181

For more information, complete menu and restaurant reviews, check out their Zomato profile:
GoGo Kitchen Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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