For some people, eating is a requirement, but for some it is a blissful thing to do. But whatever it is, we love eating no matter what and we will keep on looking for great food to enjoy and savor.
So, here we are again for another version of not your usual food reviews. And coming from our Xiao Long Bao escapade, let’s see if in this batch of a Burger, Chicken BBQ, and a Pancit / Lumpiang Shanghai meal will get to our levels of satisfaction.
These are not categorized by the type of restaurant or even the price range, but rather randomized based on merely what was available at any given time. They are judged by the following numbers:
Each dish are scored based on the following criteria:
So, now we know how they will be scored, let’s get on with the dishes.
Food: Daily Steal 1
Sides: Slim Cut Fries
Drink: Iced Tea
A burger is a burger and its automatic meaning is being eaten. In this instance, I ordered the juicier patty rather than the grass fed one and it did not disappoint me. The juiciness of the patty fully complemented the vegetables surrounding it and the bun is soft but firm enough to hold all the other stuff on the burger. Found it a little but uncomfortable in the slim-cut fries as I felt confused on eating it because I cannot actually determine what I am eating is french fries or a Pik-Nik
Location: Kuya J
Food: Canton and Shanghai Value meal
Drink: Iced Tea
Nothing special about this dish – canton tasted normal and the shanghai rolls were on its usual crunchy self. But what I can say is that this is considered comfort food to most people and is worth a second or multiple visits due to its portions and economical price – IF they are available (you know what I mean).
Location: Bacolod Chk-N-BBQ House
Food: Inasal Value meal (Pecho)
Nothing special about the lemonade as it tastes very normal but what I was surprised about is the chicken in itself. I am not too sure if I did base the taste from the more (most) popular Inasal restaurant in the metro and it actually tasted better to the point that I also ate it with the Atchara side dish, which I actually don’t normally eat. The chicken also probably was well complemented with the garlic rice that was mixed with chicken oil. It was too good that I ended up wanting more (wishing there is also unlimited rice in here, but garlic rice in this case). The price could be a little bit expensive if you compare with the others who also offer unlimited rice servings.
So here we are coming to a conclusion again. Food is best consumed when enjoyed and we hope that you could try one of the dishes we featured for you to know what they are really about.