Sizzling Pepper Steak Eating Guide
I have dined at Sizzling Pepper Steak so the purpose of this post is to provide you with a guide on how to eat there especially with their hot sizzling plate. They do have a video that keeps on repeating over and over (see end of the post for the embedded video) to teach you but I want to share a first hand experience on it.
But before we start with the lessons, let’s have a look at our other orders.
Sizzling Pepper Steak Meatball Pepper Rice – PHP 185
All I can remember about this was that it was sour. It’s good to mix with the rice but it’s too sour to eat (personal opinion only because aside from sinigang, I’m not fond of sour food).
Sizzling Pepper Steak BBQ Hamburg Pizzetta – PHP195
I didn’t know that they serve pizza and since this looked new, I suggested to try it out. After a bit of deliberation, we picked the BBQ Hamburg Pizzetta vs the Bacon ‘n’ Kani Pizzetta, and Tomato, Basil ‘n’ White Cheese Pizzetta.
The pizza was sweet (due to the BBQ sauce) and it tastes more like a dessert rather than pizza. We were lucky that this came in last so we also ate it last because we might lose our appetite to eat the other dishes after eating this (I repeat, it’s sweet!). Just read in Philstar that this is only until July 31, 2011? Aww :(
Ok, now that we have the other orders, we can proceed to our mini guide. Our dish for this demo would be the Gyuniku Beef Pepper Rice.
Sizzling Pepper Steak Gyuniku Beef Pepper Rice – PHP220
There are three steps!
The sizzling plate is served in front of you. Here you can see that we have the beef topped with mayo and there is a raw egg on the top of the rice.
Using my fork, I turned over each piece of meat so that the other side will start cooking (this is an important step but I had delays because I was taking pictures at the same time). This can spell the difference between raw and cooked beef for your meal.
The sauce has been poured! In the menu, we were supposed to pick our sauce from seven (7) choices but the waitress didn’t ask us to pick. So I guess we were served with the default sauces for each meal.
Mix everything. Take the last picture and dig in! Yum Yum!
I enjoyed the Gyuniku Beef Pepper rice. The beef was soft and easy to shred apart. It was delicious that I finished my dish fast! The only problem I had was the plate was hot so I had to slow down sometimes. I’ll definitively order this one again on my next visit.
Here’s the video that kept on playing in their LCD Screen…
Hope you enjoyed this Sizzling Pepper Steak Eating Guide! :)
Till next time,
The Sizzling Pepper Steak, Glorietta 5
3/F Glorietta 5, Ayala Center
Makati City, Metro Manila
Restaurant by Mall: Glorietta 5
Restaurant by Location: Makati