The new one ReMix Kitchen Bar presents Pangilinan’s unique and modern style that combines French, Italian and Filipino flavors in an eclectic menu.
“It’s a little bit of everything,” said Marian Duong from Huntington Beach. “I mean, it’s just a good choice between foods put together.”
“Our food is bold, flavorful, and fresh,” says Pangilinan, owner of ReMix Kitchen Bar.
Flavors you won’t find anywhere else, like pork cheek adobo with garlic fried rice – a new take on grandma’s family recipe.
“We use Philippine vinegar, Philippine soy sauce, a lot of pepper, a lot of garlic,” explains Pangilinan. “When braised pork cheek, we braise it until it’s soft.”
Inside ReMix, you’ll notice restaurant walls decorated with skateboard artwork, a nostalgic nod to Pangilinan’s other passions growing up.
“When I’m working, it’s a challenge that I love. It’s fun. It’s like skateboarding,” Pangilinan said. “When you’re trying to learn a trick, you keep trying the trick until you get it.”
“We love the ever-changing menu and being able to try new things,” says David Garcia of Long Beach.
For the latest Pangilinan creations, head to the ReMix Kitchen Bar located at the Long Beach Exchange (LBX) on 4069 N Lakewood Blvd.
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