The brand new ReMix Kitchen Bar showcases Pangilinan’s distinctive and fashionable model combining French, Italian and Filipino flavors in a single eclectic menu.
“It’s got a little bit of everything. I mean, it was just a good choice of foods put together,” mentioned Marian Duong of Huntington Beach.
“Our food has bold flavors, bright flavors, it’s fresh,” mentioned Pangilinan, proprietor of ReMix Kitchen Bar.
Tastes you will not discover anyplace else, just like the pork cheek adobo with garlic fried rice – a brand new tackle his grandmother’s household recipe.
“We use Filipino vinegar, Filipino soy sauce, a lot of peppercorns, a lot of garlic,” defined Pangilinan. “When braising the pork cheek, we braise it until it’s tender.”
Inside ReMix, you may take discover of restaurant partitions decked out with skateboarding art work, a nostalgic nod to Pangilinan’s different ardour whereas rising up.
“When I’m working, it’s a challenge that I love. It’s fun. It’s like skateboarding,” mentioned Pangilinan. “When you’re trying to learn a trick, you keep on trying that trick until you land it.”
“We love that the menu always changes too and get to try new stuff,” mentioned David Garcia of Long Beach.
For the most recent Pangilinan creations, head to ReMix Kitchen Bar situated on the Long Beach Alternate (LBX) on 4069 N Lakewood Blvd.