Our lunch out again ended up in Maginhawa Street in UP Village. This time around we decided to go to Parrillada Grill, which was located on the same building as Katsu Cafe, Wicked Kitchen and Via Antonella. We had eaten here before and enjoyed our meal but I wasn't able to take any photos then. I took a few to share to foodies looking for a good grill in that area near Camp Karingal.
|Their version of chop suey was just right. It was not oily or overcooked. The veggies were fresh and crunchy.|
|Grilled tuna steak - the tuna was just right including the size of the serving and the thickness. It wasn't hard or rubbery.|
|Grilled liempo - was also cooked just right so you didn't get a badly charred piece of meat|
The staff at Parrillada were attentive and the prices are okay for the budget conscious. In our case, we ordered items to share so everyone could have fish, meat and vegetables. The food mentioned above was shared by three people.-