Sunday, July 3, 2011

Gerry's Grill (Tomas Morato)

This is one of the restaurants we frequently dine in. It's pretty much a safe bet.

Gerry's Grill Tomas Morato Entrance

Taste
It's a good idea to eat here in a big group so that you can sample many dishes. I like their chicken skin and lechon kawali. Their chopsuey and tinomok are also good. Our favorites here, though, are (of course) the sizzling sisig and the beef casserole.

Gerry's Grill Chicken Skin Gerry's Grill Chopsuey Gerry's Grill Lechon Kawali  Gerry's Grill Tinomok Gerry's Grill Beef Casserole Gerry's Grill Sizzling Sisig

Affordability
The food items are reasonably priced.  I just wish they include more single-sized soups. Right now, if you're the only one in your group who's craving for soup, your only option is the nido soup since the other soups come in big servings.

When bf and I are not very hungry but just want to eat, we just share 1 rice and the beef casserole. Solb na! Another thing, if you're one of those people (like me) who's into post-dinner coffee, you can save some cash by just ordering Gerry's brewed coffee after your meal, instead of dropping by the nearby Starbucks.

Interiors
The tables and chairs are simple and functional. I like the wall near the bar, though. The texture and the lighting make it look real nice especially at nights.

Gerry's Grill Interiors
Gerry's Grill Interiors

Cleanliness
The restaurant is clean. The comfort rooms are okay, though they look a little old.

Service
Good. I haven't had any problems with them.

(Photos used in this blog post are taken from Gerry's Grill's Web site)



Gerry's Grill
#24 Eugenio Lopez corner Tomas Morato
Brgy South Triangle, Quezon City, Metro Manila
Gerry's Grill Web site
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