The girls and I went to mall during lunch break to check out stores on sale, but before that, we had to fill our empty tummies at Peri-Peri.
Peri-Peri Chicken is a Portuguese style of grilled chicken. Upon researching, the word Peri-Peri comes from the African Bird's Eye Chili or Piri Piri, one of the spices used for Peri-Peri Chicken.
For our group, we ordered a Full Fiesta Platter (Php 688), which is good for 4 persons. It has 8 pieces Peri Chicken, large Java rice, 2 coleslaw and 2 corn & carrots. We also availabled their Soup and Beverage all you want for Php 49 per person.
The soup and beverage bar is self-service, so you can get all the drinks and soups you want. There are 2 soups available during our visit: Mushroom Soup and Crab & Corn. Available drinks are sodas and juices. The Nescafe machine wasn't working that time, too bad because I'd love to have some iced coffee.
The chicken was indeed flavorful and tasted better with the java rice. But personally I could manage even without the rice and gravy. Given the price of the platter, the food was well worth it.
The soup and beverage bar was nothing but ordinary, but for Php 49, I have no complaints.
Although the place was quite cramped (the tables are too close together), I would love to go back to Peri Peri because of their value-for-money meals and platters.
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3rd Floor, Bridgeway