First time at The Sizzlin’ Pepper Steak
Mall of Asia is having a big big sale today as what I’ve posted the other day. We went there to check out what are the things we can get at a lower price. I bought Noel a new pair of shoes that we got for half the price from it’s original price and a Maui sando for Ren. I am looking for an umbrella since I lost mine the other day but I can’t find the same style as my old umbrella so I decided to skip from buying one now because I don’t want to be disappointed the next day. I also bought some kitchen ware.
Besides shopping, the other thing that we love when going to the malls is dining out.
We have looked for which restaurant is the best to dine in, and since we have not tried eating at Sizzlin’ Pepper Steak, I asked hubby and my sister that we try it. I didn’t know that ordering food from them has some drama. The staff will give you the menu, a pencil, and a piece of paper that you will use to indicate your order. Yes, you are the one who will take it down. Some of the food on the menu is already indicated in the paper but there are some food that are not listed. The table also has a signage: STOP and MOOOVE, the staff told us that if we need something or have some questions we should put the signage in the word MOOOVE so that they can attend to us as soon as possible. That’s a lot of Drama isn’t it? That was my first time to encounter that kind of service.
I ordered the famous Beef Pepper Rice (P195 or $4). I was surprised that it was presented to me half raw and that I need to flip the beef stripes so that it will be cooked evenly. After that you’ll put the sauce and mix it to your rice. The plate is so hot that they need to put a piece of paper around it while your doing the flipping thing. I was disappointed when I tasted it because it was too bland, I thought that it would be tasty because of the pepper flavor, but it’s not. I can’t even taste the pepper on it. When I finished eating it, it’s just like I ate something that I can’t remember what it tasted like although it makes me feel full afterward.
Hubby on the other had ordered this (I forgot the name) but I didn’t forgot the price it cost P185. Noel can’t eat it at once since it’s so hot, so he waited for it to cool down first. He said that it tasted Japanese. It’s scrambled eggs with chicken cubes.
While my sister ordered the Cheesy Burger that cost a whooping P239 or $5. Well, at least my sister was happy about the food she ordered. She said that compared to the burger she ordered in Outback Steakhouse, this one is a lot better.
Ren on the other hand enjoyed the watermelon shake P65 or $1.5. He also tried to eat 3 pieces of french fries but after that no more. He is used in eating Mcdo and Jollibee’s fries that is why he didn’t finished eating the whole plate.
Overall, the method of ordering is so new to me and I can say that it’s not so bad. But for the food, it’s not worth remembering and I think we will not eat there again.
what ever happens in life we should always remember to live life to the fullest