From Our Editors
Crispy pork leg, kale laing and oxtail stew in peanut sauce are just a few of the mainstays on the menu at Kuta Bistro. But whether Filipino food is an old favorite or a new experience for you, each dish here is authentic and prepared using Kuta's own signature recipes. For diners new to Filipino eats, the pancit bihon might be a great place to start. The dish comprises thin rice noodles, crisp veggies, and meat, and is popular to serve at parties or to stuff into your mouth when dodging personal questions. Then there's the sisig, a sizzling pork dish that comes out on a sizzling hot plate. A frosty Heineken goes equally well with any of these meals or during happy hour from 4–6:30 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.