Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken
G/F Venice Piazza, Upper McKinley Rd., McKinley Hill, Taguig, Metro Manila
- 6 Reviews
- 35 Recommend
- 6 Reviewers
- Fried Chicken
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Had dinner here one night. Ony and I shared an order of the Healthy Plate which consists of 1/4 chicken + Quesadillas + Side Salad for around 250 pesos.
The chicken quesadillas was okay, but not something I'll want again because instead of melted cheese, they used mayonnaise! Salad was your usual Caesar salad, fresh lettuce and generous amount of crispy bacon!
As much as I want to like the chicken, it was too dry. Not sure how a legit peri-peri chicken tastes like but this was just sad. Good thing, they have different sauces you can try to somehow add flavor to the chicken, make it better? They have the original peri peri sauce, they also have spicy, with garlic, etc..
And since it's Friday, we also tried the cocktails - Pineapple Tangerine and Mango Mojito. Cocktails are from 120-200 pesos. Both the drinks were good. At first, we were both shocked because it was too strong. But once the ice melts, okay okay na.
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The chicken is so tender and tasty i'm craving for more. The variety of dips are my favorites too!
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A new placa at rhe venice piazza. Chicken is tender and juicy with 4 side dishes at 690 its ok. Will try their ribs the next time
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Portuguese Cuisine is slowly making waves in the foodie universe. It started with those magnificent chillies from Mozambique. Yes, i am referring to piri piri chilies, dem fiery babies is widely used in Portuguese Cuisine.
I tried Spicebird before and i was impressed with the flavors and i think it's high time to try the one of the popular joints - Peri Peri Chicken.
I found myself loitering around Venice Piazza one Saturday afternoon. I decided to swing by Peri Peri for some takeaway. The joint looks relatively new, if i remember correctly, Tokyo Café used to inhabit the same space. Anyway, the interior is lively as it screams color in every corner. I particularly liked the nook where they keep the barrels for their sauce.
I got the following:
| Sharika. I didn't know what this dish is at first. I ordered this because i find the name cute. I found out later that the dish is comprised of Parmesan Crusted Fried Shrimp, Chicken, java rive, dipping sauce and buttered corn. The shrimp is miniscule and coated in heavy batter. They spent too much time in the fryer making the inside rubbery. Now, the chicken on the other hand is dynamite! Well seasoned and cooked perfectly. You can eat 'em sans the dipping sauce - that's how flavorful it is. A mixture of sweet, savoury and subtle spice.
| Chicken. I can't remember what the dish is called, there's chicken alright so I'm christening it as Chicken. Short term memory loss aside, this comprises of two pieces of chicken and Shakira's companions.
My first brush with Peri Peri was a success as i was satisfied with their food. I'll pay them another visit one of these days.
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BOGO on their Chicken Platters in their Venice Piazza location until July 31! Available for dine in and take out.
Thank you EJ B for the reco!!! Being too lazy to cook dinner I brought the family here awhile ago. This took over the spot of Tokyo Cafe.
We were advised that only 2 of the 4 platters were available. We all got the Ronaldhino with fried calamari for 280.00, which came with 1/4 Peri-peri chicken, corn & carrots, Java rice and salsa (it said gravy on the menu). We were asked to choose 3 sauces from their list. I was surprised the food arrived within 5 minutes.
Chicken, being their specialty, was very good. It was juicy and had the right seasoning for me. Size of the chicken is really for 1 person lang.
The calamari was a fail. I didn't like the breading they used. The serving was also not the same. My plate had more calamari than that of my son's. It was also served at room temp, like it was cooked way before it was served. Which was probably why I didn't like it. Even the chicken wasn't warm. Buti na lang it was still good.
The sauce we ordered were all good. They complimented the chicken. They have big barrels on display, with spouts on them, labelled per sauce. I was so wowed that they had that much sauce in stock. Display lang pala, doors for their storage area.
One platter is good for one person. I shared a bogo with the H, my son consumed a bogo for himself. We ordered a bogo of Pele Chicken Platter to-go (peri wings) as we didn't like the calamari. With one bottle of San Mig and 6 platters our bill was only 990!
Service was ok. We were served water immediately. Our server took care of us. I asked another server for a milkshake which never came. The bottles on the wall are not glued, so be careful. I was so worried my very makulit toddler would knock them over. We also told them we'd be back for our take out, but they only prepared it when we returned. Good thing we weren't in a hurry so it wasn't a big deal.
We arrived at 6pm and were seated immediately. Went back around 8pm to come back for our take out and there was a short waiting line outside the restaurant.
We'll probably be back to order the chicken. Food is really affordable. I saw a truffle pasta for only 280, I hope it's good. They even have a drink/soup combo for an additional 99 only.
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Hurry! BOGO (Buy One Get One) Promo of the newly opened Peri-peri Charcoal Chicken at Mckinley Hill. I got 2 platters of Shakira (1/4 Peri-peri Chicken, Parmesan Crusted Fried Shrimp, Corn & Carrots, Java Rice and Gravy + 3 sauces: Cajun Remoulade, Hoisin Sesame and Mesquite BBQ) for Php280.00 only.
Astrud (Crispy Fried Fish Sticks) - Php260.00
Pele (Peri-peri Flavored Wings) - Php295.00
Ronaldhino (Perfectly Fried Calamari Rings) - Php280.00
All comes with 1/4 Chicken, Corn & Carrots, Java Rice and Gravy + 3 Sauces
Shakira (Parmesan Crusted Fried Shrimp) - ️️️️ 4/5
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