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Beeffalo by Hotrocks Marikina

Its me and my daughter's first time to go to Marikina and all we did was eat- yes, eat! And braving the traffic from Makati all the way to Marikina just to eat at Beefalo by Hotrocks was so worth it.


I'm already familiar with Beeffalo since I already at their new restaurant in Antipolo. Read my food review here --- Beeffalo by Hotrocks Antipolo .

The one in Marikina has been there for quite some time. It opened in October 2013 along the Gil Fernando Avenue in Marikina City. During that time, the resto was literally surrounded by vacant lots but they were able to hurdle the obstacles of opening the new restaurant in an unpopulated area. Soon, people came seeking out the restaurant thanks to the Beeffalo's delicious and affordable dishes which became the word of mouth of those who dined there.


Seafood Chowder. A really comforting bowl of seafood goodness. Super love this with the biscuit-thin pizza.


Cheese Pizza. I love pizzas and this biscuit-thin one is so good especially when eaten as soon as it is served. Downside of this is that even if you plan to bring some home, it is not just possible because it is easy to eat the whole pizza- hahaha. Thumbs up!


Gindara Steak. A healthier alternative to meat but really delicious. The fish has retained its juiciness even if its grilled. Best paired with mashed potatoes though (I don't eat rice). ;)


T-Bone Steak. Guess who ordered this! Not me but I had a bite and its perfect.


Coffee Creme Brulee. This came as a surprise since I was expecting a coffee-flavored creme brulee but was pleasantly astonished to discover that the creme brulee sits on top of hot coffee jelly. Its like having your dessert and coffee at the same time. Must have at Beeffalo.


Other sumptuous dishes of Beeffalo by Hotrocks are Sizzling Beef Ribs in Tamarind Gravy, Taco BBQ Salad, and the Beeffalo Wings with Bleu Cheese Dip.



Beeffalo by Hotrocks Marikina
Gil Fernando Avenue,
Marikina City
0939-1130772


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