Chef Lau Pugon Roasters Revisited
It brings me great joy that Chef Lau Pugon Roaster’s has opened at Venice Piazza where it is now within reach from where I work.
The first time I tried Pugon Roasters; I was very amazed because I was able to try unique dishes without burning a hole in my wallet.
First dish would be the Cheesy Chicken Croquetas. Instead of potatoes, chicken and cheese was used and it comes with a dip.
I also tried the chicken sisig and I was overwhelmed by the mixture of flavors in this dish. Although my taste buds seem to say that this tastes more like adobo than sisig. Still, I enjoyed the meatiness of this dish without much crunch like when you eat pork sisig.
The best thing about Pugon Roasters would be their Pugon Chicken. It was a quarter chicken marinated in i-don’t-know-chef-lau-secret but whatever it was, I like it! Another good thing would be that the wonderful mix of flavors goes past the skin! It’s a steal at PHP 99! Definitely deserving to be their best seller.
Currently my post-workout meal!
For those who want the familiar bbq flavor, then the smokey chicken bbq would be right for you. It pales in comparison to the pugon chicken though.
This fried isaw and dinuguan combination is certainly new on their menu. It was literally as what the name implies. Creamy dinuguan sauce topped with fried isaw and it comes with puto.
It was your familiar halo halo but it all changed when the carabao’s milk ice cream was added. It gave it a creamy and full feeling that made every scoop very delicious. I have found an alternative to my Razon’s when my halo halo cravings appear while at work.
Through Pugon Roasters, Chef Lau is giving fast food restaurants a serious competition. If you are tired of the usual fast food fried dishes but don’t want to spend a lot then I suggest you try out Pugon Roasters. Be amazed on the fast food revolution!
Chef Lau’s Pugon Roasters
2/F Venice Piazza , Upper Mckinley Rd
McKinley Hill, Taguig
Restaurant by Mall: The Venice Piazza
Restaurant by Location: Venice Piazza