In the Philippines, afternoon snack or merienda is an important part of daily meals.
Casual dining restaurant Kuya J offers three Filipino-favorite merienda treats for its Merienda Espesyals.
Made of the classic tablea and sticky rice with powdered milk on top, Kuya J Choco Champorado is great for the rainy season. Kuya J Bilo-Bilo is loaded with chewy ube bilo-bilo, sweetened saba, kamote, sago, langka, and topped with crunchy pinipig,
Two favorite treats in one, Kuya J Ube Champorado is made of ube halaya with a touch of ube drizzle and topped with powdered milk.
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