We had to walk all the way from H.V de la Costa to the Ayala Triangle just to try Chef Lau’s Pugon Roasters. I admit, I’ve always been curious about this restaurant, even back then when the place was still known as Chef Lau’s B-Fast. We ate here during dinner, and it felt really good to visit Ayala Triangle again after a long while.
Interior. You pay for your food as you order.
Menu: Pugon roasters, Sisig fest, Chicken! Chicken!, Merienda, Pinoy breakfast (silog selections, special breakfast items).
Everything, from the interiors to the menu, is a huge contrast to Chef Lau’s other restaurant, Guevarra’s.
Pork Liempo Roast, with a cup of rice. It was delicious, but nothing special.
Sizzling Angus Beef Sisig. This dish had a nice, somewhat soupy consistency because of the sauce. The beef slices were soooooo tender, and had a nice full-bodied taste. It goes really well with the bowl of rice that it was served with.
Chunky Chicken Croquetas. You would think that this is just an appetizer, but nope – This one ALSO came with a bowl of rice!
Dang. The croquettes had a lovely crunch to them, and were filled with chicken chunks and cream.
Some Pancit Lukban for mom. I probably would’ve taken a bite if I wasn’t so busy with my rice and liempo, since I really love thin noodles.
For dessert, we had this sinfully delicious slice of White Chocolate Cheesecake.
So if you’re on a tight budget and still want to enjoy some tasty, pugon-roasted Pinoy food, then Chef Lau’s Pugon Roasters is the perfect place for you. Service is excellent too! ^^