My parents always mention this restaurant to me about it's popularity during 80's. They are still satisfied with the dishes especially the bbq chicken. The sauce is very rich and I like it now too! Also, we tried sisig and lumpia as well. The sisig catches my attention and it is the best sisig I've ever tasted! Very crunchy and tasty!
The Aristocrat has been in business since 1936, a passion project that a mother of 13 children started after converting their home’s ground floor to a massive kitchen. The space was dedicated to serving traditional Filipino fare where the now-renowned brand has grown into a cult favorite across generations. Their classic dishes have withstood the test of time, including their seafood Kare-Kare made only with the freshest bounty from the ocean!
Savor mom’s home-cooked meals at The Aristocrat where the love of Lola Asiang, “The Mother of Filipino Cooking,” lives on. From its humble beginning in 1928 as an eatery serving “merienda” (snacks) to students, Aristocrat withstood several transformations and periods of history (including a World War) to become an integral figure in Philippine culture.
The star of their menu is their Chicken Barbecue, usually slathered in Aristocrat’s signature sauce, and paired with java rice.