Since class was about to start in a couple of minutes we decided to grab ourselves a quick fix so we went to Pepper lunch since I haven’t really eaten up here before since the last time we were here. Pat was the only one eating and he just gave me some servings of his meal which ended up him splitting his meal into two. Sorry Babe 🙂 Told you I wasn’t hungry.
Their operating hours are from Monday to Sunday at 11am- 10 pm I think. Their meals are quite okay prices range from 200- 500 pesos. At Pepper Lunch diners get to cook their own food over a patented electromagnetic plate that is heated up to 260 degrees Celsius within one minute. Choice cuts of beef, chicken, pork and salmon are served with rice and vegetables for guests to cook and season using flavors of teriyaki, onion sauce, honey brown sauce (Amakuchi) or garlic soy sauce (Karakuchi)—and that dash of freshly ground pepper to give you that delicious, flavor-filled meal.
Pat had their beef pepper rice and I had some pasta which I didn’t really like but was forced to eat since I chose that. Next time, my curiosity won’t get the better of my judgment and I would opt to stick with their best seller not with something new that I haven’t tried before. Good thing Pat was so nice, he offered to swap meals with me or half me a serving of his meal.
Of course our meal would not be complete without us taking the mandatory selfie photos of us with our food so here goes:
By the end of the meal we were filled and I guess that’s what matters right. I also ordered some parmesan cheese to go along with my pasta since I like garnishing my pasta with some cheese on top especially if it’s Fettuccine or some Spaghetti.
Here’s Pat so ready to devour his order.