Coal, flamingly delicious! This is the best place to spend friday nights with barkadas. And yes, flamingly delicious! The best way to describe this restaurant! The menu consists of soups, seafood dishes, vegetable dishes, sizzling plates and rice meals. Coal also serves alcoholic beverages at affordable prizes. Coal is a good place for gimik as its location by the bay adds to the catchy façade of the res
After my ramp competition. I feel so exhausted I don’t know why. I asked my friend if they are into a round of booze at coal. It’s already 9:00pm when we got there. There is a lot of people chilling at coal. Their booze is very affordable same as with their pulutan.
We ordered baked tahong and Calamares for our pulutan. Their baked tahong is good but not the best in metro. Their calamares is so good because when they are going to serve it to you it is very crispy and very hot. This is our first time to not to order sisig and all I can say there is still a perfect substitute pulutan aside from sisig and that is Calamares.
Flamingly Delicious! This definitely best describes the restaurant. Coal, located at the second floor of Harbour Square , Pasay City, is one of a must go restaurants there. Red and orange colored theme and bosa nova music surround the place which make the dining experience flaming and relaxing! Due to the nearing Christmas season, the Coal added Christmas decorations which made the place more festive looking. The menu and prizes are somewhat similar to that of Dencio’s and Giligan’s.
The menu consists of soups, seafood dishes, vegetable dishes, sizzling plates and rice meals. Coal also serves alcoholic beverages at affordable prizes. The Coal Chicken Barbecue at P149 is served with java rice and vegetable siding. The chicken is well done and tastes good even without the soy sauce. Sizzling Sisig is flaming spicy and is best as pulutan. Coal is a good place for gimik as its location by the bay adds to the catchy façade of the restaurant.