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NEW RESTO ALERT: Beeffalo by Hotrocks San Juan City

Beeffalo is not really a "new" restaurant find for me because I've been to the branches in Antipolo and Marikina. The restaurant is known for its steaks, ribs, pizza, taco salad, and a whole lot more. Food was quite good, served pipping hot. The only downside (for me, that is) is that the resto is too far from where I live.


Luckily, its latest branch opened up near my house. Its about a kilometer away but walking distance plus a foodie needs to exercise. ;) Anyways, the San Juan branch is located along Hoover Street near Wilson / P. Guevara Streets. (landmark: Alphabet House)


Started our meal with Tomato Soup. I don't really like tomato soup based on previous resto experience but this one has a charm of its own. It doesn't taste too "tomato-ey" but you know its tomato soup. Really perfect for rainy weather or simply when you feel like having a nice cup of soup.


Three-Cheese Biscuit Pizza. Super biscuit thin pizza. Those who know me are well aware that I can't resist not ordering pizza when I see it on the menu. Actually, the first time I had this pizza was a very memorable experience for me that's why the next time I had an opportunity to visit the resto again (Marikina branch), I ordered it again. And guess what? It still tasted heavenly! I love that it is generously laden with cheese and the super thin crust makes it more delightful to eat.


Breakfast Steak. Daughter can't resist steak and egg so she ordered this. She enjoyed it except that she said that it would've been nicer if they serve gravy also. This order comes with bbq sauce. On that note, I don't think Beeffalo serves gravy. Luckily, daughter loves the fluffy mashed potatoes so she forgot about the gravy.



Beeffalo by Hotrocks
135 Hoover Street
San Juan City
(02) 636.5571











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