I always go for this as I really don’t want them bones in the way. Had this in original sauce paired with their ranch dip. It was quite tangy. I really like how they do their tenders here as the pieces are cut thinly unlike in some restos. This allows for the sauce to sink in, thus, making one flavorful dish.
No rice for that day. Just good old mashed potatoes. I found it to be a little dry though. I really wanted rice but forgot to order it. Besides, their serving of this is good for two.
This was a must on our list that day. Yeah, the chicken was good but this is what we really came for (I think my friends and I were on the same boat on this one. Hehe). Three fried oreos paired with vanilla ice cream topped with chocolate powder and sprinkles. And yeah, three servings for four gals.
I think they crushed the oreos first that’s why the cream isn’t visible. Or probably the cream melted during the frying process. Not sure on the process but this makes for one enjoyable dessert. Though it wasn’t as glorious as I used to have it back then, it still was a comfort dessert for me. 😛
It’s signage maybe a little torn but their dishes are definitely spot on. They serve up delicious foods that’s right for one’s budget. A lot of students still flock this place no matter what time of day it is. So if you’re feeling a little fire burning in your stomach and found yourself along this avenue, drop by this joint to experience their hot wings. 😀
318 Katipunan Avenue,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
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