Monday, August 29, 2011

Berting's Grill behind the kitchen

More and more restaurants offer Filipino dishes and they tweak it themselves to make their food unique among the rest. At Berting's Grill in Quezon City, you will taste the whole Philippines as prepared by owner-chef Andrew Wijangco.

It was just a concept between him and LaSallian classmates to put up a business. It's first branch in Ortigas has gained acceptance from the residents and employees within the area. So it's not as bad to raise another restaurant in the entertainment district of Quezon City.

We tried several dishes that I can say, can boost your appetite and good for the bonding time with friends. Munching on crispy anything is a very nice feeling in the mouth. For example, the Lechon Manok has been prepared for up to 72 hours so you get a very tasty and healthy chicken. His Crispy Kare-kare and Bicol Express are experiments on the side.

Some dishes inspired from Chef Andrew's travels. And since he loves to cook, he enhances and makes his menu extra special. There's a little food on the menu unlike other restaurants because they focus on the quality of the food and satisfaction of the customers.

Berting's Grill is not named after any Berto that Chef Andrew knows. He just kept the very-Filipino passion for cooking which eventually paid off.

The Quezon City branch just started last March 2011 and is very accessible. And if you want entertainment, you can go up to the 2nd floor during T-TH-S for an Acoustic Night.

Berting's Grill is located at Scout Rallos corner Tomas Morato, Quezon City. They are open from 11AM to 2AM (Monday-Sunday). Find them on Facebook and LIKE Berting's Grill.
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