Showing posts with label Foodie. Show all posts
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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

16 Reasons to Enjoy Chicken at RedHead Chicken

8:20:00 PM

Sumptuous meals are delightful to pair with excellent quenching drinks. When you're into discovering dish for your hungry palate, you'll land to a meal that you will try over and over again. The reason? Well, they have good food, but for this place, they have 16 flavors that you'll want to try and eat all. Just like the tag line of Pokemon, "you gotta catch 'em all!" For this restaurant, RedHead Chicken, it already says on their billboard, "you gotta try them all."


It's not a new concept, but it brings a unique and exotic flavor. RedHead Chicken presents an impressive number of tastes to try together with their unlimited take of chicken wings, drums, and lollipops. If your palate is adventurous, then you'll definitely love its number of flavorings. I did try almost half from their list, and I enjoyed it very much. It's satisfying and it is an answer to your cravings. If I can alphabetize this, I would, but it seems that most of the names of the sauces start with the letter "S."





This newfound place of chicken haven is located, in one of the oldest cities in the Metro, Las Pinas. It is famous for its extraordinary instrument that produces a melodic and enchanting sound called the Bamboo Organ. Since I was in Elementary, this part of the city, has always been part of every itinerary of school tours.

So, enough with the brief history of the place and let us get it on with the food. Oh, by the way, one of the owners is JC Valdepenas. He's the one who entertained us, the bloggers.



So, where do we start? Let us start with the chickens. Yes, the chickens! Served in a wooden bento box style, it makes the dish stands out of the picture. It gives more emphasis on the chicken's golden brown color, rather than the plating, making it more enticing to eat. With today's adventurous taste, restaurant owners tend to make the food experience memorable, and for RedHead Chicken, it's their rooster of flavors that pops out. 16 different relishes are your reasons to go back.


The restaurant has levels of tastes, from sweet and tangy zest up to their extra hot level. The following flavors are:

The Sweet Level
  • Sweet BBQ - we all know it's an all-time favorite and it is loved by kids.
  • Sesame BBQ - your regular BBQ flavored even more with sesame.
  • Lemon Sesame - with a squeeze of lemon.
  • Teriyaki - Japanese style of sweet grill sauce.
  • Salted Egg - which, by the way, I find it not sweet but salty instead.
  • Creamy Cheese - it's sweet but salty because of the cheese.
  • Parmesan - it is the same with the cheese.

The Hot & Sweet Level
  • Spicy Garlic - just make sure you bring along your mint-flavored candies.
  • Spicy Honey - a spicy-sweet taste for someone who loves to mix sweet and spicy.
  • Hickory BBQ - not really sure of its taste, probably will try it once we dine back again very soon.
  • Honey Sriracha - I think this kind of spice is from India. A different kind of spiciness.
  • Spicy Garlic Butter - just like the garlic butter for shrimps.

The Extra Hot Level
  • Sriracha Flame - which is more of the sriracha flavor.
  • Pinoy Diable - this one is interesting because this the first time I tasted something like this. It's actually a spicy bagoong mixed with the chicken as its flavoring.
  • Blazing Hot - which for me is not that too hot. 


Take note that if you order the Eat All You Can Chicken, you are given a 2-hour time limit to consume as much as you can. Of course, you need to finish it all without any leftovers. If you feel that you'll be needing something to drink to ease off the spiciness, well, you're in luck because they also have their Milktea, the Snowriffic Tea. It is an interesting pair for your spicy chicken, that's food and drinks in one store. Their drinks too have varieties of flavors to choose from. From your usual milktea flavors down to their fruit teas. More flavors to enjoy with.



Aside from chickens, they also have pasta, fries, and burgers, some variant for you in case you're needing something new other than chicken.


So, are you enticed with the 16 different flavors? Well, if you are, you can visit their stores in Las Pinas, that's beside Bernardo College or the other branches in Makati Area, one in Filmore St. near Cash and Carry and at Dian St near Arellano Ave. Or if you're into business and you find it interesting to have the business in your place, all you need to do is contact their FB Page just click Redhead Chicken. Don't forget to use our code when you decide to push through with the franchise #KWENTONITOTO!

That's it for now and more food and drinks to come!






Tuesday, February 25, 2020

2-in-1 Experience with Happy Thirstday and Boodle Inasal Plus 5 Tips to Value Your Meal

12:25:00 AM

We all know about TGIF - Thank God It's Friday, but have you heard of HT? Well, I just recently learned about it, and that was from the owner of my newly discovered beverage haven located in one of the universities in Manila. According to her, HT means Happy Thursday, and that's because, during her school days, it was the start of their weekend. Thus, they have created a brand out of HT. Now, it is simply "Happy Thirstday"!


Happy Thristday is one of the Milktea brands that are now flourishing in the country. According to its owner, currently, the brand can be seen in different parts of the metro and even in some nearby areas. The total number has grown from one store to now 60 branches, with 7 of these are company-owned.

It's actually hard to find places that suit your needs, especially when it comes to food and drinks. It may be affordable, but the value of the dish suffers, or it may be delightful but is too expensive. So, having two (2) sources in one (1) location helps you get the value plus the accessibility. It even helps if you're still a student, a value meal that is right for the whole barkada. I remember when I was in college, we used to eat together or chip in with whatever food that we can find.


Yes, aside from Happy Thirstday, the owner also put up an eatery where guests can enjoy a meal that is right for their allowances. Thus, cames about the Boodle Inasal. It is an unli or unlimited rice concept with chicken inasal, grilled chicken, pork liempo, and one of which I like most, is their bulalo.

According to the owner, when they got the place for Happy Thirstday, they find it too big for only the Milktea store, so they decided to partner it with value meals, which is the Boodle Inasal.


For Happy Thirstday, they have plenty of drinks to choose from, and prices varies from Php65.00 to Php109.00. From a selection of your Classic Milktea to a bunch of different series like the Smoothie Series, Milkshake Series, Frappe Series, Fresh Lemon Series, and Fruit Soda Series. Some of their best-sellers are the Brown Sugar Miltea, Nutella Milktea, and Fruit Tea. For me, since I'm more of a fruit person, I love their Fruit Tea.




Here's the list of their drinks and prices.


For their Boodle Inasal solo meals, prices vary from Php99.00 to Php190.00 for the meals while their boodle meals vary from Php380.00 to as much as Php1,250.00, that is a mix of Mini Salu-Salo and the Big Salu-Salo. Their best seller, like most unlimited rice restaurants, is the Paa Original, which is the thigh and leg part. It is just the right size for a big appetite.




Heres's the price list of their value meals and boodle packages.


We all love to eat, and it gets even better when we eat with friends and the people we love. So here are my five (5) tips to value your meal.
  • When eating out together with your friends, your loved one, or the people you love most, be sure to make an effort to take time and appreciate the moment. With our fast-phased environment, time is our commodity, so better spend it wisely.
  • Not all delicious meals can be found in fancy restaurants, sometimes it is in places you least expect it.
  • It's better, to be honest about what you can afford, rather than play rich and famous then end up washing the dishes.
  • Make sure to finish your food. There are plenty of people starving.
  • Valuing the food means giving respect to people who make it possible for you to have a decent meal. 


Oh, before I forgot, Happy Thirstday and Boodle Inasal are also looking for entrepreneurs who would want to franchise the business. So, if you're interested in the business, message us and will set it for you, or you can directly contact them. Just mention where you heard the news.


Good day and 'til our next food experience.

Happy Thirstday and Boodle Inasal
1154 Delos Reyes St., Sampaloc, Manila
(Near UST P. Noval St.)

FB : https://www.facebook.com/happyteaday/?ref=br_rs




Thursday, September 5, 2019

9 Unli Fusion Dishes From Hodai Restaurant To Fill Your Hungry Tummy

1:10:00 AM

Hodai means "Unlimited or Unli" and by that Hodai Restaurant offers its visitors nine (9) different fusion dishes to go crazy about and fill that hungry tummy. It's a new restaurant located in one of the residential but busy section of West Triangle. To be exact the restaurant is in Examiner Street, West Triangle, Quezon City. Just a few walks away from West Avenue.


If you're familiar with the place you'll eventually know that the place is one of the many residential residences in Quezon City that have big cuts of lands. More space than the current house and lots in the metro.  Hodai Restaurant rented the place from the owner and gladly they were able to maintain the house's original identity. Some of the prominent features of the house that you'll eventually notice that it is an old house is the elevated received area or sala, the half-level of elevation from the kitchen or CR, and the most interesting part is the stars which are considered to an antique stair already. These kinds of houses are built int he late 50s or early 60s.

 
What made me visit this place? Well, they have this interesting 100 Days Anniversary Promo with 40% off. Their Silver and Gold Sets are off with that 40%, from Php499 to Php299 and from Php599 to Php359, respectively. Value for money and satisfaction for the tummy.

So, if you'll be planning to visit Hodai here are my recommended 9 Unli Fusion Dishes review for you. I just so happen had a great time dining at Hodai. Take note that their dishes are fusion so don't expect something of your usual flavor.


Pork Tonkatsu - if you're familiar with the Japanese dish Pork Tonkatsu it means pork cutlet that is smeared with bread crumbs, deep-fried and served with Japanese Worcestershire sauce, rice, and vegetable that is mainly cabbage. The Hodai version is the same, though, it is a bit thinner slices, perhaps to make it more easily chop and munched.  


Chicken Karaage - the Karaage is simply described as "fry". So whatever it is, whether chicken, pork or anything it is just one thing... it is fried. So, with the served Hodai version, I find it interesting as it is chopped just right for munching. I think other than having it as a dish, it is also good to pair with beer or sake.



Seafood Pasta - This one is a little bit confusing for me. At first, I thought it was ramen but it was not and I find it a little bit interesting because of the mussels on top fo the pasta (which I thought ramen noodles). But then again after tasting the flavor I really savor the flavor. It's much much creamier that I think I might go back and try a bowl if I can finish it in just one sitting.


Kani Salad - One of the appetizers that are really good and one of my favorites. Mostly cabbage mixed with crab meat strips some flavorful sauce (which I don't have any idea about the mixture of the sauce).



Assorted Sushi - Of course Japanese dish wouldn't be complete without the sushi and maki rolls being taken by the other customers. Sometimes it's really hard to maintain establishments like this.


Spicy Barbeque in Chile Sauce - This specific dish is not surprising enough for others, I'm not sure how it is called or is it Filipino or Japanese.

Tempura - yes, that crunchy coating that covers the sweet and tasty meat of shrimps. I really love it very much and if only I was still young that unlimited serving of Tempura would be great.


Steamed Tofu - if you're into being a healthy buff, well, some of the dishes offered by Hodai isn't for you but there are two that you enjoy and one of them is the steamed tofu. It may be bland at first but once you taste the flavor you'll definitely enjoy it very much.


Fish Teriyaki - the Teriyaki according to google dictionary means any fish or meat marinated in soy sauce and grilled. Basically, it is a grilled dish and for this instance, it is a fish, which I really enjoyed the flavor. I'm not really sure if it is a Fish Teriyaki but it's more likely of a Karaage but anyway since it is a fusion restaurant anything can be possible.

Ms. Sam (one of the owner)

So, there you go my nine (9) reasons for you to dine it at Hodai. The nine (9) dishes that will truly fill you up. Enjoy your dine at Hodai.

I'll be coming back here very very soon!





Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Bacsi Bros 5 Interesting Variants Endorses by Tony Labrusca

8:12:00 AM

An old Pinoy menu with new and twisted unique food concept, created to bring the popular all-day breakfast to a new level of meal experience. The meal is basically a fusion of garlic fried rice, fried egg and any dish like tapa (cured beef slices), or chicken, thus, creating it's well known name tapsilog, which is a derivation from tapa for tap, sinangag or fried rice for si, and itlog for log. As time goes on, more and new dishes were combined together to bring a wide variety of dishes to enjoy like tosilog, longsilog and more. BACSI Bro's is the name, new concept with an old signature meal that aims to bring good all-day breakfast when you need it.




Just recently, BACSI Bro's opened its first branch in Ayala Malls Marikina which is located at the Liwasang Kalayaan. A not very familiar place for someone who's not from Marikina. It is more of a community mall with a two story established that features different stores for the convenience of the residents and near by places. BACSI Bro's is located at the 2nd Floor in the Food Choices section of the mall.


The event was graced by one of the hottest male actor of his generation, very well known for the movie Glorious, Tony Labrusca, the endorser of BACSI Bros. He gamely and enthusiastically entertained the interview of the press and bloggers, and enjoyed the crazy time with the fans and followers for a meet and greet, who happens to enjoy BACSI Bro's products. Lucky fans were able to have an upclose photo with the heartthrob Tony Labrusca.



BACSI Bro's offers 5 interesting variants in two kinds of serving - in a Wrap (Pita Bread) or a Box (Rice).

BACSI Wrap / BACSI Bro - It is a combination of crispy juicy bacon, golden scrambled eggs, topped with cheesy cheese sauce and wrapped in baked pita bread or mixed with rice.


TAPSI Wrap / TAPSI Bro - A combination of cured beef, golden scrambled eggs, and with its signature sauces wrapped in baked pita bread or mixed with rice.


TOCI Wrap / TOCI Bro - It is a combination of cured pork, golden scrambled eggs, and fused with its signature sauce wrapped in baked pita bread or mixed with rice.


HOTSI Wrap / HOTSI Bro - A combination of juicy hotdog, golden scrambled eggs, and with its signature sauces wrapped in baked pita bread or mixed with rice.


CORNSI Wrap / CORNSI Bro - It is a combination of corned beef, golden scrambled eggs, and the intriguing signature sauces wrapped in baked pita bread or mixed with rice.



Aside from these interesting 5 variants they also offer the CHICKSI Bro and PORKSI Bro.

Wraps are priced at Php60.00 while the rice meals are priced at Php75.00. The Chicksi and Porksi Bros are priced at Php90.00. Basically, the whole selections cater to all ages to enjoy.


The wraps are just what people on-the-go needs while the rice meals are for those who want to enjoy these comfort foods together with friends or love ones. If you ask me what do I recommend... well I'd go for the BACSI and the TOCI whether its wrap or rice meal. Check out their store, try the variants for yourself and see which one would you regularly prefer for an all-day breakfast. Check out their FB page https://www.facebook.com/Bacsi-Bros-295667187797346/



This is the newest food concept that is rolled out in the market and is open for franchising under U-Franchise. Franchise Fee is Php180,000 for Kiosk and Php350,000 for In-line Store. To know more of the details in franchising kindly visit https://www.ufranchiseasia.com/franchise-bacsibros or email them at franchising@franchiseasia.com. 








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