Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken

This Portugese restaurant serves chicken, pizza, pasta, quesadillas, fajitas, wraps (called ‘rappa’,) appetizers, salads, and set meals. Their chicken comes in three varieties: Lemon Garlic, Mildly Spicy, and Hot & Spicy. The last time I ate here, I ordered their buffalo chicken rappa, which was delicious–But I wanted to try something new this time.

They have free unlimited drinks and soup too! This is their cream of mushroom soup. The other one available was chicken and corn.

Mozarella sticks, one of their appetizers.

Cornflake chicken tenders with honey mustard sauce. Another appetizer. Sometimes I like to order one or two appetizers and turn them into my main dish, hehe. ^^

Platter D, which includes 1/4 chicken, java rice, fish fillet, and a small bowl of corn and carrots. The chicken may look dry on the outside, but it’s very juicy and packed with flavor. The only complaint that I have is their fish fillet–The serving’s too small. Three measly pieces! T_T They didn’t even have anything in their menu that was similar to their fish fillet.

But all in all, everything was really delicious. ^^


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3 thoughts on “Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken

  1. Araceli Stover 01/09/2013 at 10:48 PM Reply

    i love appetizers because they are one of the tastiest part of a meal aside from the dessert..

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  2. The Foodie 01/10/2013 at 4:17 PM Reply

    @Araceli Me too! ^_^

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