Thursday, February 24, 2011

MANG FREDERICK'S BARBECUE


Since 1964, and tagged as "Marikina's Finest", Mang Frederick's Barbecue has been a constant stopover for all Marikenyos and tourists alike. The secret marinade is the key to Mang Fred's success...not to mention the vinegar mix that goes with all his specialties such as pork barbecue, tenga (pig's ear), and my favorite isaw (pig intestine)!


And no, their barbecue is never tough. So tender, so juicy, so tasty at only ten pesos per stick. A perfect snack, or ulam.


Mang Frederick's barbecue has four branches. The easiest to spot is the one beside the San Roque church. To get there, just take the Calumpang jeep to Marikina and ask the driver to let you off San Roque Church, or OLA (Our Lady of the Abandoned). If you're driving to Marikina, immediately turn right as you go down the Marikina river bridge, and just go straight until you reach the church. If you're really not good at this, just follow the Calumpang jeepneys that you will see...hehe! :D

The other branches are in San Roque along W. Paz (about 50 meters from the church branch), one in Calumpang, and another one in Sto. Nino (near "trading", just ask around when you get off at Bayan, they know it for sure -- this time, turn left as you go down the bridge).


Barbecued delights. I want to go to Mang Frederick's, right now. As in, now na.


Hello my favorite isaw! I'm on diet mode (mostly) on weekdays, so see you this weekend, okay? :)

MANG FREDERICK'S BARBECUE
Beside San Roque's OUR LADY OF THE ABANDONED CHURCH
San Roque, Marikina City, Metro Manila
With another branch at 129 E. DELA PAZ ST., San Roque, Marikina City
Tel. No.: 6463685
Ihaw-ihaw set up usually starts at noon. :)
Munching Budget per person: starts at 10 PhP


Marikina, aking hirang.

Roni

13 comments:

  1. is that isaw ng baboy?

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  2. I LOVE THEIR TENGA!sobrang chewy and sticky ang meat then crunchy yung cartilages!!

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  3. @anonymous: yep, that's isaw ng baboy :) super yummy! :)

    @Julius: oh yes, ang sarap din ng tenga. I askes ano ang nilalagay nila sa marinade, secret daw eh :p

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  4. the pasta puttanesca looks so simple yet so delicious...well-crafted recipe for a pasta, i;d say.

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  5. hey Vice! i believe the comment was for SKOW (noticed you reposted it though)

    thanks for visiting! :D

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  6. meron din sila porkchop, thats what we usually buy for ulam pag walang cook meal sa house! sarap!

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  7. hi there cris, yes they do sell porkchop, and they have liempo too! i'll try to take photos of them when i chance upon those yummy meat cuts. :D

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  8. sarap ng tenga, malagkit lagkit pa and crunchy ang cartilage...sarap ng timpla ni Mang Fred!

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  9. @Gloria: wala pa akong natiktikman sa Pilipinas na kasing-lasa ng timpla niya. :D

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  10. Hi you should try Aling Rosy's isaw (it's along Panorama St. just across professional touch salon) You will love their isaw baboy. they are open 5pm onwards :)

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  11. thanks for the tip on Aling Rosy's! Isaw baboy is my favorite!! :D

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  12. Turn LEFT after the bridge, not right. =)

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    1. Hello there! Yup it's turn left if you're going to the Bayan-Sto Nino branch. Though if you're headed to the church, then turn right following the Calumpang jeepneys ;-) thanks so much for dropping by! Hope to read more stuff on your blog as well. Cheers!

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