Saturday, September 22, 2012

7th FAVE EATS: Beef Salpicao, Certified US Angus Beef

It's Saturday night and we're here again on our favorite family dine-in restaurant in San Jose, Old 37. Yeah, dito na naman kami. Well sorry to say this but, wala naman kasi kami ibang choice. Kaya it's better to eat and eat here, all over and over, again and again dahil masarap naman ung food dito kesa naman ma-disappoint pa and unsatisfied lang kami sa iba, mas maganda na ung subok na namin. And so, we're here!

Beef Salpicao (Certified US Angus Beef), P259.00 (more or less)

(Again, sorry for the poor and shit-y quality of this scrumptious entrée I'm no expert in photography)

Well, well, well...This is our newly tried entrée, Beef Salpicao. Simpleng-simple lang ang presentation, walang kaarte-arte. But it's the taste of the beef that gives us smile on our faces. This is my personal order actually, Mama went for Dinuguang Bagnet (it's one of their specialty btw) and Papa went for Gising-gising, (i'll talk to you guys about them next time, okay?) pero sila pa ang umubos ng order ko. WOW! Ayos ah. 

Well I can't blame them for finishing out my order first coz the taste of the beef is so flavorful and it's nicely done, not under/over-cooked, and very tender. The oyster sauce plus the toasted garlic really matched, together with the button mushroom is just so perfect (it's my favorite). Pinoy na may halong Spanish ang dish na 'to, kaya thanks to the Spaniards sa pag-colonize nila sa atin way way back. Ang galing niyo!
RATING: 9 of 10

Happy eating!

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