Agos Restaurant by Chef Tatung opens in Mall of Asia

Chef Tatung opens a new Filipino-hispanic restaurant at the SM Mall of Asia. Agos Restaurant is inspired by the Galleon trade and so much...

Chef Tatung opens a new Filipino-hispanic restaurant at the SM Mall of Asia. Agos Restaurant is inspired by the Galleon trade and so much more. Located near the Manila-Acapulco Galleon trade Museum which will open early next year, Agos fits just perfectly.
The interiors has this fresh nautical theme with a touch of American colonial and local in its interiors. Agos Resturant can be accessed on both ends and both has a very pleasing vibe as you come in.
In the middle of the restaurant is the semi-open kitchen and some more seating for groups of 2 to  4 person, where they can conveniently view the insides of the kitchen and watch how their food is prepared. 

Know for his passion in indigenous cooking methods, the Celebrity Chef, TV host and best-selling author, Chef Tatung Sarthou shares that the concept of the restaurant is to deepen the understanding and changing the perspective of native food into a cuisine that still has that century-old global tradition. His mantra driving his newest retaurant venture, Agos: Local re-imagined. Chef Tatung also highlights the produce from local farmers and uses local ingredients for this Restaurant.


Agos featured dishes like Kinilaw Platter. Agos' fresh seafood served with garnishes on the side. Their selection of vinegar and aro-en gourment sea salts.

Another dish worth recovering is Agos' Zarzuela Zambiangena (Curacha) This Tausug classic, the pianggang re-imagined. Black Tausug Curry made with burned coconut, pamapa itum cooked with Curacha (spanner crabs). One 


Pochero Tagala is a classic stwe of beef, chicken and chorizo with vegetables in light tomato broth also known as Ropa Vieja or old woman's clothes traditionally made from day old beef soup.

Twice-cooked Sticky Beer Belly is Cerveza brined pork belly, braised until tender and deep fried before glazing in Agos' special sticky spiced-honey sauce.

Tocino Pork Tadyang. This is not your ordinary tocino, this is more delicious! This slab of baby back ribs, cured, grilled and bathed in a dulce pinya sauce making this a hit to all pinoy out there.

Binagoongang Pork Chops. Anything with bagoong, I'm in! Here's your Binagoongang baboy updated. Grilled timahawk chop, topped with tamato-bagoong campote and finished in the over. Served over eggplant mash.

How about some paella? Yes, this is something that has become our own. Cooked with a festive mix of seafood, chicken, smoked pork jowl and vegetables with achuette oil. This Paella Fiesta Filipiniana is a sure hit in gatherings and occations.

Now if you're going with something different and tasty at the same time, try Agos' version of Paella Negra. The classic paella blackened with squid ink topped with mahi-mahi fillets, calamari, clams and quail eggs, garnished with tinapa flakes and french beans.

Now for desserts, you can try their 3-Cheese Bibingka. This sweet-savory dessert from gooey heaven will surely get you hooked. Make it even more special with dollops of decadent itlog na maalat custard.

They also serve very good shakes and drinks.

A few more of his featured dishes is Chef Tatung's Chicken braised in Dark chocolate sauce or Pollo con Salsa Tsokolate. his Zarsuela Marina in Black Tausug curry sauce is inspired by the chicken Pianggang, which uses the tribal burnt coconut as the base of the curry paste. Hungry now? Well, if you want more of Chef Tatung's Agos, visit them at the ground floor of the north wing of the mall near IMAX and facing Manila bay.  Agos is open every day from 10am to 10pm. Reach them through landline 8891462 or mobile 09162393273.

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