It’s petsa de peligro once again! Yes, it’s that time where you budget to the last centavo. But what if you want something good to eat? What if you’re craving for some affordable and yummy Pinoy food? Let Tito Pak help you with your dilemma. 😉
Whenever I ride the P2P bus going to work, I always pass by this restaurant. I have been eyeing it for some months now (maybe even a year). I was just curious on their offers. On one fateful Saturday, I finally had the chance to dine here. The place was very casual and very orange. At first, the staff was inattentive as we were the only diners then. But people soon trickled in.
Yep, no Krispy Pata in sight. I’m really not a fan of that dish so I opted for their Krispy Chicken. No regrets on this choice whatsoever. It was indeed crispy and very tasty on its own. I don’t know what’s in that Prito Sauce but it elevated the taste of that already tasty chicken. What I like about here was that they have vegetable dishes. It’s unlikely for such establishments to serve such but they did. To be honest though, their Kare Kareng Gulay was a bit of a letdown in terms of presentation. I was expecting the sauce to be very present, and not just placed on top of some steamed veggies. In terms of taste, it was pretty decent for its price.
I have yet to try their Krispy Pata. It does say “house of Krispy Pata” so it must be good. Still, pretty happy with my Krispy Chicken. I don’t know if it’s my love for that fried goodie but it was good. I was glad to have balanced it out with some veggies though a bit underwhelming. The service was just okay. As for the price, very affordable and friendly on the budget. So yeah, this could get you through those petsa de peligro days. 😉