Not going back here. Such a waste of money. Food doesn't taste good. Don't visit this place... You'll get disappointed.
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The restaurant was not full, yet it took more than 40 minutes for the food to come in. The servers were not pleasant, nor attentive. I had experienced eating here before, with wonderful food; however, today's food was not as tasty as before. Will no...More
The food was really good, it was superb, seems like all the food served are cooked with passion. Must try the kare kare and the tuna belly sinigang.. one thing we remember, we all went home with a big tummy.. I highly recommend this place...
We were expecting something really good given the name. The ambiance was a bit underwhelming, aside from the flame (alab) art on the wall, which happens to be on the partitioned section. We ordered several food because we were there with the whole extended family....More
The Pinoy palate is something to reckon with when it comes to Filipino food probably because we're so used to the taste and yet expecting to have something better from what is served at home. We tried Alab UP Town Center from several restaurant choices...More
Our meeting with a client ended up late and we decided to eat dinner in tomas morato area since it was our way back to the office. Supposedly we will eat at H cuisine but it was closed already. We ended up in Alab which...More
Servings are small and nothing you haven't tasted BUT like all chic restaurants they just named the dishes differently - catchy names! Service was good but is it because there were just few diners? The sisig was almost all fat but the adobo was delicious;...More
It is a cozy place with friendly staff. I was equally delighted and couldn't get more with their palabok negra and kare kare
My hubby and I went there for dinner on a Monday night. Surprisingly, we were the only ones there. The staff were not so attentive but it was ok. The food was not very impressive, a little bit pricey too especially the ice cream (the...More
Alab in the UP Town Center is a Filipino restaurant that offers native dishes with a touch of fusion? If you know the taste you are looking for, there will be some deviations. Some dishes are quite generous with salt...so it is important to specify...More