It was a productive weekend: having been able to devote time to do some volunteer work with a friend. After a few hours of work, we decided to reward ourselves with dinner at Brickfire.
We got there before dinner, and it just starting to get packed. Damn, I was so excited to get my hands on a steak.
I ordered Duke (Php 275) while my friend had Cowgirl Annie (Php 250 for 350 grams).
Duke is tenderloin seasoned with salt and pepper and served with mixed veggies and mashed potatoes. The presentation of the dish was quite impressive. The taste didn't disappoint as well. Given that it was oven-roasted, I was expecting not-so-flavorful and dry meat.
On the contrary, the meat was tender, and moist, with the flavor still intact. It wasn't a surprise that I finished my plate quickly.
Cowgirl Annie is T-bone Steak served with gravy and rice. My friend requested to have mashed potatoes instead of rice. However, she was still served rice and no mashed potato. It was nice of the staff to give her mashed potato with no extra charge later on. Thumbs up guys. :)
Aside from steaks, Brickfire also serves pasta, rice meals, and other amazing starters.
It is notable how Brickfire dishes out quality steaks at reasonable prices. Now I know where to go again should I crave steaks. I was impressed with the friendliness of the crew as well.
Hmm, I'd love to try the ribs or the Angus steak next. :p
2nd Floor #48 Esteban Abada corner
Rosa Alvero Street,
Other branches are Taytay and SM North EDSA