Their menu includes the typical pasta offerings, appetizers, salads, sandwiches, and entrees. There isn't a lot on the menu for a pescetarian like me, since majority of the dishes have meat in it. The last time I went there, I ordered shrimp poppers, which is on their appetizer list. I thought that the batter was a bit too thick, and at P180 for six pieces, the rather small pieces of shrimp end up costing P30 each, a bit costly for the merchandise in my opinion.
I've also tried their broccoli soup, which I like because it is very creamy. I also like that it's priced just a little below P100. In terms of value for money, this is what I would recommend from their menu.
The dish I usually have when I go there is their fish and chips. It's priced like the shrimp poppers at P180, and I think the fish is better value for money. The batter is also thick, but the slice of fish is a little more substantial than the shrimp, and you get chunky fries on the side too. I like the garlic aioli that comes with it (ditto with the shrimp).
Fish and Chips
One time, Chi and I shared their giant chocolate chip cookie with ice cream which they called "Gluttony", and the name is truly apt. It's huge, and you have to be prepared to consume your calorie requirement for the day in one go when you order it. We were only able to finish it after Javi, Chi's husband met up with us in the restaurant and we made him polish it off (with minimal prodding).
Gluttony- Giant Chocolate Chip Cookie with Ice Cream
Wicked Kitchen has happy hour promos which looked good from the fliers, offering good deals on buckets of beer and appetizers. I have yet to try it out though, and maybe I will when I get particularly stressed out at work.
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Quezon City, Philippines