Tomahawk Chops is a restaurant and grill whose doors first opened up back in June 2014. This place was originally supposed to be a Mexican restaurant, but eventually it became a resto that serves delicious Southern food – And barbecue, of course. The owners first thought of opening up the resto in Paranaque, but instead settled in Kapitolyo (thank goodness!)
Interior. It may look cramped, but there’s actually a second floor which can accommodate more people.
Menu: Appetizers (chili cheese fries, buffalo wings, Johnny crockets), Pastas, Mains (country fried chicken, chicharon crusted tomahawk chops, country fried steak, grilled baby back ribs, pulled pork wafflewich, chicken and waffles, smoky shrimp creole), Sides, Desserts (the wookie)
Grilled Tomahawk Chops – Inch-thick, bone-in porkloin chops with the resto’s signature sauce. Served with clean rice, coleslaw, and an extra side. We had our clean rice changed to dirty rice, with mac and cheese for our side. The tomahawk chop just had the right amount of thickness and the rice + barbecue sauce just gives it more life.
Grilled Rosemary Chicken – Chicken breasts perfectly seasoned with rosemary leaves, grilled to awesomeness. Served with clean rice, coleslaw, and an extra side. For this dish, we also had it with dirty rice, and some garlic mushrooms.
B.A.M (Brownie Ala Mode) – Tomahawk’s classic rich and fudgy brownie topped with vanilla ice cream drizzled with their homemade spiced chocolate syrup. The brownie was a bit dry and crumbly, but other than that, it was still a pretty good dessert.
Just like most of the other Kapitolyo restaurants that I’ve been to, Tomahawk Chops is highly recommended because of its low price, yet good food.
Food: 4.5/5 (taste), 4.5/5 (presentation)
Tomahawk Chops & Grill is located at 56-A East Capitol Dr Kapitolyo, Pasig. Tel no: (0915) 513-5908. Links: Facebook.