We often visit Kuya’s restaurant, and it is our go-to restaurant to have dinner with Filipino cuisines. However, the other day my wife and I decided to try out their breakfast. We ordered a couple of garlic fried rice, along with a couple of chicken adobo. The order reached us in about thirty-five minutes. And it was good to see that the breakfast was hot and fresh. The garlic fried rice had a decent portion and had a phenomenal taste.
In comparison, the chicken adobo was sour and spicy. The chicken was marinated in vinegar, soy sauce, and garlic. The food was also reasonably priced, and it was a stellar breakfast experience at Kuya’s Asian Cuisines, and indeed we will soon have their breakfast yet again.