Posted by: backpackersescapades | May 19, 2010

Irish’s Treat at Krocodile Grille

Krocodile Grille

Irish treated us for dinner and we all went to Krocodile Grille in Shangri-la Plaza Mall. The restaurant is located at the 1st level, St. Escape, just near the International Sushi Bar and Agave.

We usually go there to use their bathroom whenever we had an inuman session at ISB. This is the first time we will all actually eat at the place.

The place is big with a bar on the side. It could fit a lot of people and they have seats outside if customers prefer to eat there. The waiters and waitresses greet you as you enter and accommodate you very well. They have a lot of decorations including a big crocodile hanging on the ceiling. There are only a few people dining in as we come but lots of guests are coming as the hours pass.

They serve Filipino dishes and also some beer which goes well with some of their dishes. We ordered Pork Sisig, Sizzling Lengua ala Pobre, Crispy Calamares, Crispy Tenga, Krocs Baked Tahong, Inihaw na Sampler and Slated Spicy Squid. We also ordered a bucket of beer and some rice.

Pork Sisig

Pork Sisig

Sizzling Lengua ala Pobre

Sizzling Lengua ala Pobre

Salty and Spicy Squid

Salty and Spicy Squid

Crispy Calamares

Crispy Calamares

Crispy Tenga

Crispy Tenga

Krocs Baked Tahong

Krocs Baked Tahong

Inihaw Platter

Inihaw na Sampler: Grilled liempo, Barbecue, shrimp, catfish, tahong and squid

All the food was yummy and filling. I expected that the sisig was beyond ordinary but there wasn’t anything to brag about it. It was ordinary. Most of the food we had are good beer match. The quantity was not satisfying compared to the price. It was a bit pricey compared to the amount served.

It was nice to have eaten there since we had been using their comfort room for the longest time. The food was good but nothing to brag about, but it is still a nice place to hang out and drink a couple of beers with friends.


Responses

  1. crispy tenga and baked tahong i like 🙂


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