Php 305 for T-Bone and Php 330 for TenderloinDescription
Prime cut beef served in sizzling plates with vegetables and gravy.Personal Review
Usual traffic on the way home from work so we decided to have some dinner. We stopped at the House of Minis and I was surprised to learn that they had more parking spaces inside the ground area. I thought the parking was limited to the front part
We went up the second floor dining area and it was a bit dark so we really had to watch our steps. I ordered the Tenderloin while Hubby got the T-Bone. Our meals came with soup, salad, dinner rolls and dessert. Not bad! The soup was watery, it was supposed to be cream of mushroom soup but I didn't see the creaminess of it
The dinner rolls I love, especially with butter. I even asked for my husband's share. The rolls were mini but soft and delicious. The steaks arrived sizzling hot and the waiter poured the gravy for me. The plate sizzled more and the aroma was so enticing! I dug in my steak with gusto, it was tender, with just a hint of fat. A bit overcooked but still good. What the soup lacked in creaminess, it was all in the gravy
My husband's T-Bone steak was also great. His was cooked perfectly so it was easier to cut and the juices were flowing from the inside of his steak. A really satisfying meal, but, we still had dessert! It was buko pandan and really sweet and tasty. It's also my husband's favorite native dessert.
We will definitely come back here for more steak meals.Personal Rating
Date of Visit: 2011-01-26