With already 7 stores “Open 25 Hours” in Metro Manila, GoodAh!!! starts this new year with another branch. GoodAh!!!’s newest Baclaran branch is now ready to serve people and quell cravings for their favorite Filipino dishes all day, every day. The Baclaran launch coincided with the revelation of another new and exciting dish that many Filipinos love. This was a Krispy take on a favorite Filipino classic dish, Kare-Kare!
GoodAh!!!’s Krispy Kare-Kare or “KKK” uses ground peanuts to give that traditionally rich and earthy flavor to its kare-kare sauce. A large bowl is filled with cooked string beans, eggplant, pechay, and of course, puso ng saging because it wouldn’t be much of a kare-kare without it. A good amount of soft and juicy beef flank joins the dish. Sauteed shrimp paste gives kare-kare a different dimension to its play on flavors, which is very much like how this Filipino dish became a classic that everyone loves.
But what GoodAh!!! adds to the table is what gives it the “K” in the KKK. The usually gamey ox tripe or what Filipinos refer to as tuwalya is tough to eat if not cooked properly — usually by slowly cooking it in a pot or by cooking it in a pressure cooker. What Goodah!!! did was try to fry the ox tripe to give it a crispy texture, which is a complementing contrast, especially against the soft flanks and the dish’s rich sauce. Krispy Kare-Kare is available for just PhP299 a la carte or everyone can have it in a set meal for just PhP339.
This exciting new dish is the centerpiece offering for GoodAh’s newest branch in Baclaran, Pasay City, which just opened. The launch of the newest branch will have special guests along with GoodAh!!!’s top management heads to enjoy GoodAh!!!’s 8th branch to date. Included in their lineup of guests is GoodAh!!!’s brand ambassador and celebrity talk show host, Mr. Boy Abunda.
GoodAh!!! continues to push culinary boundaries with this new and exciting twist on kare-kare, much like their recent food offerings, Crispy Pata and Bulalugaw. And GoodAh!!! has been doing this for more than 30 years, as seen in their combination dishes like Tapsilog, Tosi, Longsi, and many others that has become a ubiquitous part of popular Filipino meals — with each one being a “Pagkaing Good for Every-All”.