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On the night of September 7th, we were privileged to be invited to #Sarsa2.0 to witness the introduction of Chef JP Anglo’s latest creations! Yes, Sarsa Kitchen+Bar has reinvented Filipino street food to another level.

Let’s finish the 11 new twists on street food ala Chef Jayps before you start drooling and groping for a can of beer or a bowl of rice!

Kansi Rice Noodles
A personal fave, this one! We love the Pad Thai feel because of the noodles used, combined with a vision of an authentic piping hot kansi bulalo! Couldn’t help closing our eyes with every mouthful! Insert white rice here.

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The Isaw Trio
The pork, beef and spicy chicken isaw with Sarsa’s special inasal marinade wow us for their hefty serving and bold taste. Grabbing that bottle of beer now.

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Atay + Tsokolate Sauce
This liver barbecue is coated with chocolate sauce that makes fans out of once “non-believers” of street food.

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Sinigang Fried Chicken Wings
Sarsa 2.0 brings to life this fried chicken style with its signature bell pepper gata (coconut milk) sauce. More rice please!

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Gata and Spicy Inasal Pa-a
True to its roots, this Negrense original brings us closer to the Negros Island region without leaving Manila. Namit!

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Sizzling Monggo
A comfort food through and through. This can stand alone and steal the spotlight being topped with crispy kangkong, toasted garlic and lechon kawali!

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Coconut Grilled Liempo
Served with spicy vinegar and coconut gravy, Sarsa put a twist to this rather commoner of a viand using burnt coconut meat as one of its marinade ingredients.

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Crispy Fish Fillet
The light peanut sauce gives it an Indonesian appeal but this time not skewered.

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Do we hear stomachs rumbling? Start the week with a lunch meeting at the nearest Sarsa Kitchen+Bar near you:

– Rada St. Legaspi Village Makati
– SM Megamall
– Mall of Asia
– The Forum BGC
– UP Town Center
– Rockwell

We guarantee you going back next week, and the next and the next.

-Cynch Cervantes (The Foodie Station Correspondent)