It may be difficult to find this restaurant but it is located in Archbishop Reyes Avenue where you can find a small driveway right beside The Hotel Elizabeth. You wouldn't think that it's a restaurant because it looks like a small house and it doesn't have an attractive facade.
The only thing that you need to look for if you are on the main road is the big red signage that will lead you to the arena.
|I apologize for the wires in this photo. It was taken at Café Noriter|
When we arrived there, we were glad to know that we were their first customers. It is always better to check the business hours of the establishments that you are planning to visit to avoid any inconvenience and to make sure that you can choose your table as well.
Let's take a look at their hours of operation in case you want to visit this place soon.
The ambiance is more like in West Texas especially when you get inside the establishment.
Thumbs up to the staff and crew for being so accommodating. They lead us right away to the table and gave us the menu and here's what we ordered:
|Sgt. Pepper's Sizzler (Sizzling Pork Steak) - Php169.00 Best-Seller|
|Paolo's Porky Pistols (Grilled Pork Barbecue) - Php 99.00 Must-try|
|Texas Sizzling Chicken (Sizzling Chicken) - Php 139.00 Must-try|
And wait, did I say that the rice is unlimited? Here's a proof...
Woohoo! My experience with Rodeo Grill was so great and I can say that I will be back to try their other dishes and that's for sure. Have you been to this place? Let me hear your thoughts.
Rodeo Grill Barbecues + Sizzlers
Archbishop Reyes Ave.,
(032) 406-4294 / (032) 236-0607