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NEW RESTO ALERT: Grub

A very interesting name for a restaurant. Okay, okay ... I admit that "grub" was not a frequently used word in my world nor my mental dictionary that after my first visit to the resto, I checked Mr. Google and searched the meaning of "grub" which I found out is a slang word that pertains to food. Wow! Thank you, Mr. Online Dictionary. ;)

I also like the "warehouse-vibe" of the restaurant.




Fried Chicken Wings. Crispy and flavorful. The dip is a secret kitchen recipe. Yum!


Moo Melt. This sandwich is love. I love beef and I love cheese. The beef and melted cheese combo on this sandwich is really delicious. You just have to eat it while its still hot and warm to fully appreciate the gooey-ness of the cheese.



The Pig Candy Melt. A bacon-wich! What a brilliant idea to enjoy your bread and cheese. Needs some potato chips on the side, too. And who doesn't like bacon? ;)


The Hot Chicks. Another winner here. I love the spicy chicken with the lettuce. Its like eating bread and chicken salad at the same time. To tell you frankly, I was hesitant to taste this at first since I can't seem to reconcile the idea of chicken pops and bread, but I know that I'll regret it if I didn't have a bite so there. Happy ending. :)


Iced Tea. They home-brew this and serve it in mason jars for single orders which I find cute. Pitcher order comes in a gallon bottle.



Grub
Ground floor ELJ Bldg
Abs-Cbn, Quezon City
* entrance near Starbucks

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