Here we are again, going on a food adventure in search for the best tasting food that fills our tummies without making a big hole from our pockets. Here in this edition, we are going to feature two rice bowls and Filipino comfort food rice meal – and this by far, our strongest batch ever.
But before we get on the dishes, let’s check out how will they be reviewed.
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:
Now we shall (and must) move on with the actual food review…
To tell you honestly, it is so hard to decide what is the final score on this one. In terms of the size of the dish and its price, there is no question that that it fits well within your money and the level of fullness of the dish. A little bit of a dilemma is on the taste. The beef strips are exceptional and sauce is very good. It is flavorful to the point of getting full of taste towards the ending of the dish. It was so good it ended up not really too well- probably a little bit too much of the sauce. Sometimes you would want to look for the sauce while eating the rice rather than tasting every time you chew it – if you know what I mean.
Food: Steak and Egg rice bowl
Drink: Sola Iced Tea
The steak was flavored simply with mainly salt and a little bit of marinade. And with just that, the expectation on the taste were lowered, and it eventually surpassed it by a mile. It is so good you would wish you could have more and this is why this is not scored the highest because of it. Nevertheless, regardless of reaching the highest score or not, this is definitely worth multiple visits.
Location: Juan’s Bistro
Food: Pork Adobo with Rice Meal
Drink: Iced Tea
ever mind the side dish, you just need to concentrate on the main one. It is considerably surprising as the expectation of a Pork Adobo dish seemed it really wanted to surpass whatever notion it is on Adobo dishes. The meat is so tender that it can pass up to a steak, sometimes even better. The Adobo sauce has its own distinct sour taste that one must love. Definitely worth a number of visits.
We consider all the featured dishes as must try thus we regard this edition as the strongest so far. However, don’t take our word for it, go out and try it out for yourself!