Published on February 06, 2015
While waiting for our turn for our medical appointment in St. Luke’s Global, my husband and I decided to check out the restaurants nearby. We were just supposed to grab something from Army Navy, but my husband changed his mind at the last minute. We continued walking along the strip of restaurants and stopped at Kuse. My husband checked out the menu, found out that it serves Filipino dishes, and then grabbed my hand to go inside the restaurant. Haha!
Getting a table was a breeze probably because we came there on a Saturday afternoon. I noticed that most of the guests during our visit where either families or employees who have weekend shifts. I have been working in Bonifacio Global City for more than three years already, but I haven’t been on this side of BGC. That is why I am not sure whether these two groups are the same market of Kuse during weekdays.
Looking at the menu of Kuse is like getting the chance to travel all over the Philippines. They offer delicacies from Pampanga, Ilocos and other parts of the country. The first thing that caught our attention was their Pancit Lechon de Lucban. This dish is such a big irony. We cook pancit as it signifies long life, while lechon is associated with death caused by high blood pressure. Haha!