If you’re looking for the best-tasting chicken, grilled to perfection, come over at Gringo, a restaurant that introduces pop culture references oozing with good vibes as soon as you enter their branches.
Gringo serves delicious Mexican-Latin meals that Filipino diners will appreciate at the start of the first bite. Simple yet there is a homey feel when you get to your table and the ‘amigos’ start to ask for your orders. Them amigos are the friendly Gringo waiters and waitresses ready to assist customers with their choice of their food.
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Gringo, according to restaurateur Reagan Tan, is the friend we all wish we have. He hosts the best get-togethers along with his closest amigos and cooks up one mean Mexican-Latin feast. And the chicken is just one of the best part when you’re with Gringo.
Gringo’s Chicken and Ribs
As soon as we arrived at Gringo last Saturday for their soft opening, our amigo Marvin showed us the menu and pointed at their best-sellers: Chickens and Ribs. He’s not lying coz when we got to try and taste these mean dishes, we couldn’t stop praising Gringo for cooking up a great meal.
Tender and juicy, the Original Chicken is one appetizing meal that have a home cooked feel with every bite. It’s like what moms prepare for lunch every Sundays. This flavor is covered in traditional Mexican-latin spices and then grilled to perfection.
Southern Spice Chicken
This one is our favorite. It’s deliciously good. We suggest that you don’t settle for a quarter meal, have it by half or whole so you would enjoy it more. This one got a distinctly Southern American blend of herbs and spices.
Baby Back Ribs
You’ll know when a baby back ribs is really damn good when its juicy meat falls off the bone, right? Gringo’s baby back ribs gets a three-point score for that and a follow-up points for its signature barbecue sauce.
“It’s always a festival of flavors at gringo – and at the center of it all are our amigo’s signature chicken and ribs,” Reagan said. Well-played, Reagan. Well-played.
Gringo Sauce Mio
With these three best-sellers come the Gringo signature sauces. The Lemon Herb sauce is the all-around dip, a perfect mix of herbs and spices with a fruity lemony flavor. The Hot and Spicy sauce sets you on the right appetite.
And there’s more…
There are other delectable dishes on the table for everyone to enjoy. There’s the lip-smacking Lemon Garlic Butter Crab, the famed Mucho Nachos, a delightful selection of burritos and tacos and a whole lot more. You can also order a bottle of cerveza or some dessert to cap the night off.
Reagan says the menu concept is something that captures the flavors and sassiness of latin American cuisine while captivating the palates of Filipino diners.
“Filipinos can be very adventurous with flavors. They like a little bit of everything on their plate – sweet, spicy, salty, savory – typical of any Pinoy fiesta where diversity rules. That is why there is something for everyone.”
Where is Gringo?
If you’re looking to have a great time with your friends and family over some delicious Mexican-Latin dishes, then drop by Gringo at SM Megamall, SM North EDSA, Legaspi Village, Makati, and at The Fort, Bonifacio Global City. Gringo will soon open a branch at the Mall of Asia Arena Annex and UP Town Center.
You can also follow Gringo on Facebook (gringochickenribs) and Instagram at @GringoPH for more exciting details.
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