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The Roof Deck Bistro may not seem any different from your regular Dencio’s or Gerry’s Grill in terms of food selection, but you will be hard pressed to find one of these on a building roofdeck in the middle of a bustling metropolis.
Grab a beer or two while savoring some of the bar chows:
The bar sampler comes with some sausage, liempo and a grilled herbed chicken with their original marinade and herb rub. It’s a good starter of grilledd food as you wait for an order of buffalo wings. The recipe is its own, too, but it retains the spicy-tangy character familiar with hot wings.
If you still haven’t had enough of the Herbed Chicken, order it as a single serving if you wish. For fried stuff, a must-order would be the Tokwa’t Bagnet. It’s fried tofu and twice fried crispy pork belly (basically lechon kawali on fatty steroids). Very crispy and tasty.
And no Filipino hang-out session is complete without pork sisig. Mix up the egg and get ready to have all of these with some rice. You need to have rice with Filipino food.
Roof Deck Bistro’s food prices are within the PHP 150.00 to PHP 250.00 per serving, and are good for sharing with friends. There really is no other way to enjoy a breezy night in the Philippines than in the company of good people who know how to have fun.
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