Mexican-Latin Restaurant GRINGO just started serving their signature Southern Spice Chicken and Baby Back Ribs to a fourth location at the 3rd Level of the SM Megamall Atrium!
It was in March, last year, when I first got a taste of the “Muy Caliente” dishes of GRINGO prior to the grand opening of their first store at The Block Sm City North EDSA. Barely a year after, they now have four physical branches in Metro Manila which includes the one at The Fort Residences in BGC, Legaspi Village in Makati City and the recently inaugurated SM Megamall Atrium branch.
According to restaurateur Reagan tan, GRINGO (which literally translates to an American or British male foreigner in Spanish-speaking countries) is like ‘the’ friend we all wish we have. He hosts the best get-together along with his closest amigos (friends) and cooks up one mean Mexican-Latin feast!
Chicken & Ribs
And that’s where I am exactly at two Saturdays ago as GRINGO SM Megamall put out one helluva Latin feast for all its guests starting with their Original (285 Pesos/Half) and Southern Spiced (295 Pesos/Half) Chicken!
How bout some ultra-manly full rack of GRINGO’s BBQ Baby Back Ribs (620 Pesos).
The Chicken and Ribs comes with GRINGO’s signature sauces that they call “Sauce Mio”. It comes in two variants – Lemon Herb and Hot & Spicy! The Lemon Herb sauce is the all-around dip, a perfect mix of herbs and spices with a fruity lemony flavor. While the Hot & Spicy sauce sets you on the right appetite – it’s so spicy that you will sweat inside out!
Now add some sides on your Chicken and Ribs like White, Garlic or Mexican Rice, Buttered Corn, Smokey Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Marbled Potato Salad, French Fries, Fried Saba, Macaroni Salad, Roasted Eggplant or Squash – and you’re all set to go!
You may also want to dig in to GRINGO’s other delectable Latin-styled dishes like lip-smacking Lemon Garlic Butter Crab (155 Pesos/100g), Smoked Chili Shrimp (295 Pesos), Crispy Catfish Salsa (365 pesos), Ajo Pork Adobo (268 Pesos), Crispy pork belly with Mango Salsa (265 pesos), Southern Style Meatballs (235 Pesos) and 1875 Pot Stewed Beef (365 Pesos).
Mr. Tan said that the menu concept is something that captures the flavors and sassiness of Latin American cuisine while captivating the Filipino palates.
Here are more food choices at GRINGO:
- Chili Con Carne Fries (165 pesos)
- Nacho Grande (265 Pesos)
- Garlic Calamari (235 Pesos)
- Baked Mussels (220 Pesos)
SOUPS & SALADS
- Mango Chicken Salad (235 Pesos)
- Clam Chowder (185 Pesos)
- Chicken Soup (160 Pesos)
- Pork Adobada (235 pesos)
- Roast Chicken (235 Pesos)
- Slow-Cooked Beef (245 pesos)
- Chicken Onion Melt (155 Pesos)
- Truffle Quezo (145 pesos)
- Buffalo Chicken (265 Pesos)
- Spinach Mushroom Melt (250 Pesos)
- Pork Pork Belly (105 pesos)
- Cream Dory Aioli (95 pesos)
- Spicy Tuna (125 Pesos)
- Adobo Blackmole (95 pesos)
- Latin Salpicao (105 Pesos)
- Chili Con Carne Crispy Taco (88 Pesos)
- Queso Sorbetes (85 Pesos)
- Mango Cream Sticky Rice (165 Pesos)
- Chicken Tenders (135 pesos)
- Bolognese Spaghetti (145 pesos)
GRINGO also serves house beverages like Tropical Lemonades and Iced Tea, Cocktail Coolers and Beers.
It’s going to be an all-day perfect dining experience at GRINGO especially when you, your friends or family are craving for something Mexican-Spanish. More stores are set to come out with the one at SM Mall of Asia and UP Town Center on the front line!
Check out GRINGO on Social Media via Facebook and Instagram at @GringoPH
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