Buku-Buku Kafe

Buku-Buku Kafe opens a second branch in SM Southmall

Wherever there's food, you can count me in! I don't mind going the distance if it means that my tummy will be satisfied. My blogger friends and I travelled down South to try Buku-Buku Kafe. They're already on their second branch. The first one is in Cavite and this one is located in SM Southmall. The name itself comes from the owner's father who is Malaysian. Buku-Buku means many books in Bahasa which is why you'll see the whole restaurant is decorated with books. 

Book Chandelier 

Their food is Malaysian mixed with Filipino flavors

Triple Cooked Chicken Wings P219
A broad of chicken wings, blanched, baked, deep-fried, and served with garlic parmesan and sriracha aioli 

Mocha Float

Buk Burger P355
Pan-grilled premium beef, cheddar melt, house pickles, spam cuts, potato crisps

Mongolian Beef Salpicao P329
Thin marinated beef cuts fried in Mongolian sauce and served with Asian vegetables in kimchi  fried rice

General Tso's Chicken P169
The American-Chinese crispy chicken dish deserved in a sweet and spicy sauce 
with garlic java rice and steamed boo choy

My Thoughts
When we entered the restaurant, almost all the tables were filled. It must be a sign that people like the food. Filipinos like to eat out with their families which is why normally when they order, it's always to share or what we call as "family-style". Buku-Buku Kafe has big servings and good value food money. Each dish that came out of the kitchen was unique. My suggestions: Sisig Nachos, Mongolian Beef Salpicao, and order from their pastries. It's home-baked and delicious! I would definitely come back. Hopefully they put up a branch that's nearer me.
Buku-Buku Kafe
G/F SM Southmall, Food Street, Alabang-Zapote Road
 Almanza Uno, Las PiƱas
Contact Number: (02) 805 4632

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