Thursday, December 01, 2011

Sizzlin' Pepper Steak Eastwood City

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Bonifacio Day was a busy one. It was not really planned, but hey, I had a good time. :)

First off, we were invited by our friend to play badminton. I actually didn't how to (and I was actually not sure if I could serve) but I had already played it before--not seriously of course. In the end, I was not able to play, but they did. And I thought I could only really play table tennis. :D

Sizzlin' Pepper Steak, and me. ;)

Since we got off the court quite early because of the unexpected number of people there, we, or rather they, decided to eat in Eastwood. They chose Sizzlin' Pepper Steak which was not yet open when we got there and waited for around 15 minutes.

I actually didn't expect it to be Japanese, but it was. Well, not really that Japanese because they didn't serve sushi and maki. Admit it! It doesn't really feel Japanese without them. :D

We were five in the group and four of us ordered Pork BBQ Pepper Rice while one friend ordered Gyuniku Beef Pepper Rice, I think.

<3 and the sauce in a half-open genie lamp. Hehe. :P

Ian and Lawrence

Ate Jesa and the 'Stop' sign. :D
After a couple of minutes waiting, they served our orders. Mine was already done but still sizzling, but when I looked at the boyfriend's plate, his pork wasn't yet done. He let it sizzle a bit more (though we really didn't have control on that because we couldn't stop it, could we? LOL.) Anyway, he didn't complain naman, so I guessed it was okay after that.

Pork BBQ Pepper Rice, P217 with iced tea, P195 per order

The taste was so-so. I didn't find anything special. It tasted liked BBQ. But of course, their sauce was supposed to have made the difference. It was how they differentiate anyway. But the thing was, the sauce tasted sweet, and y'know, I was never fond of sweet tastes on my dish, except maybe for sweet and sour. LOL. I should've chosen another one. But it was bearable for me, and I still enjoyed my food. :D

Me with no makeup (coz' I thought I'd be sweating)


If you're craving for meat, Sizzlin' Pepper Steak is a go-to. It offers a nice ambience and comfy chairs. Plus, with just P200, you can already satisfy your meat craving and large appetite. :)


  1. Parang hindi si Ate Jessa yung nasa pic. 3x ko pang tinignan. Haha!

    Palitan mo na url ko.

    Thanks! ;)

  2. Ay kaya pala nung hinanap ko wala 'yung blog mo. Sige sige, palitan ko. :D Si Ate Jesa talaga 'yun. Stolen lang. Hehe. :D

  3. saan ba banda yung sizzlin pepper steak sa eastwood??

  4. @blueberreyh, i can't actually remember (as I'm not very familiar with Eastwood) but I think it's on the same side as where Dairy Queen is. :)



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