Texas Roadhouse Grill: A First Impressions Review

Once in a while, my brothers and I get to hang out with each other on Friday nights. The latest one was when we were at Bonifacio High Street, after a very quick trip to the doctor and while waiting for Pointyman to get out of his office. My eldest brother and I wandered around the area for a couple of hours, dropping by Fully Booked and window-shopping, until we started feeling hungry.

Sadly, Pointyman wasn’t able to join us for dinner since he was still waiting for some stuff at his office.  The eldest brother and I decided to try Texas Roadhouse Grill for dinner since most of the other places were packed. The place wasn’t very spacious and to make things a little less enjoyable, the group which occupied the table next to ours was annoying a rowdy bunch.

Texas Roadhouse Grill logo

peanuts

Fortunately for us, the wait staff were pretty nice and attentive. We were given a bowl of peanuts to start our meal.

grilled chicken with mushrooms

We decided to order just one dish each, and then share it between the two of us. My brother ordered the Grilled Chicken with Mushrooms, which was served with mashed potatoes and vegetables.

Stuffed porkloin

I decided to order one of the restaurant’s best sellers: Stuffed Porkloin. It consisted of two huge slabs of porkchops, stuffed with ham and cheese, breaded, deep-fried and then topped with garlic sauce (talk about calories!). It also came with a side of vegetables (which we found to be very good) and potatoes.

My brother doesn’t normally eat pork, but I had him eat half of my dish since I became full pretty fast (I blame this on my unlimited serving of lemonade). Servings were big and definitely good for two. Their food was just okay for us; nothing much to rave about. If we find ourselves back in Boni High Street, we might consider dining here again, but it probably won’t be on top of our list.

**Texas Roadhouse Grill branches are located at the following: B1 Bonifacio High Street in Taguig and El Pueblo in Ortigas.

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