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In Rain or Shine: Dude’s House of Kansi Offers Filipino Comfort Food Favorites and More

Nothing like comfort food on a rainy day, am I right? From soups to creamy viands, and the familiar taste of local cuisine, Dude’s House of Kansi has it all.

My Favorites

Dude’s House of Kansi creates a curated list of local favorites that you’re sure to love. And although their bestsellers are predominantly consist of beef dishes that I cannot sample because of my “no beef for life” vow, I did enjoy their other meaty options.

Lechon Kawali with Rice (₱130)

Crispy skin, fatty layer, and tender pork… this is the mark of a good Lechon Kawali. It’s heaps better with the sour-salty soy sauce and vinegar sauce. Although seasoned just right, I did find more fat than meat in mine, and I did wish for more lean pork meat.

Sisig (₱180)

This Kapampangan-style sisig features a good ratio of meat and fat. It has chopped pieces of pork, onions, peppers, and a secret sauce. Crunchy and seasoned just right, I liked mine with Calamansi juice. The acidity helps contrast the overall meatiness.

Fried Chicken with Rice (₱130)

A no-frills chicken with a spice rub. On its own, it’s lightly salted and simple, but with the sweet chili sauce, it’s so much yummier.

Available Beefy Dishes

These are the bestsellers from Dude’s House of Kansi, and while I sadly can’t enjoy these, other people have been raving about how good they are.

Fingers crossed for a pork version, though I feel like it won’t be the same as the original.

Kansi (₱190)

A Bacolod soup on bulalo but with the acidity of a sinigang. This soup comes with bone marrow and pieces of beef shank.

Sizzling Kansi (₱210)

Soup becomes gravy, but with the same bone marrow and beef shank combination. Topped with garlic for aromatics, of course.

Kamto (₱210)

The sister of the Kansi, but with pieces of beef belly swimming in this sour-savory broth.

Sizzling Kamto (₱230)

The softer version of the Sizzling Kansi featuring beef belly, gravy, and toasted garlic.

How to Order

For orders and inquiries, you can contact Dude’s House of Kansi through Facebook, Instagram, or even via SMS at 09279131005.

This Pasig eatery is located at 16 United St., Kapitolyo, Pasig. It’s open from Tuesdays to Sundays from 11 AM to 2 PM. You can pay through GCash, bank transfer, or you can even opt for Cash on Delivery, which you can give to your preferred courier.

Do note that for deliveries, which you need to book yourself, the restaurant can be found in front of ACE Water Spa and Hotel.

[Also Read: MOOsarap ba? Dude’s House of Kansi offers Filipino comfort food that’s oh-so-beefy]

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About Diane Nicole

A writer, foodie, and a self-taught photographer, Diane is the founder of Fried and Prejudice. She eats, she writes, she obsesses over the little things. When she's not writing for various publications, she's busy taking photos, trying out new restaurants, or learning something new. But on most days, she's up on a chair taking that perfect flatlay. Talk to her at @iamdianenicole over on Instagram.

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