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Cowboy Grill: Turns 24 and celebrates with 24@24 promo

Cowboy Grill for 24 years has been a part of many people’s memories – be it failure, heartaches, joys and triumphs. But the most important fact is whenever you enter Cowboy Grill, you will begin to forget other things because in Cowboy Grill, it is all about fun and entertainment.

For 24 years it has stood the test of time, witnessed a lot of important events in our lives, and until now it is our reliable partner in relishing fun and entertainment with the people we love.

Cowboy Grill’s Ever-Changing Concept:

Cowboy Grill with its new and better concept on how to keep its customers happy, Cowboy Grill became a hit to those who enjoy music, dancing and of course great food. It grew steadily and became the benchmark of other companies that venture into this kind of business.

“Because of its large seating capacity, Cowboy Grill serves as a mini concert venue to many aspiring entertainment groups. As a matter of fact, a number of Pinoy bands started with us, and we are very proud about it because it’s with us where they have nurtured their talents,” added Mr.Pili Operation Manager.

The smallest branch of Cowboy Grill can accommodate at least 300 people and the biggest can seat at least 1000. Currently, it has 4 branches located in Mabini and Malate, Manila; Las Pinas City and Delta Quezon City.

Aside from the nightly band shows, which play your favorite R&B, Jazz, Rock, Slow Rock, and even Hip-hop music, Cowboy Grill can also host your important occasions and get together. It offers catering and function and now delivery services and other party needs.

 

Together with some friends in the media and food bloggers, Cowboy Grill will showcase the 24 meals in an intimate gathering in its Malate Branch on May 16, 2018

The 24@24 Promo will run for 24 days starting May 19 until June 11. For every purchase of Cowboy cocktail (Tropang Tagayan) Php 559.00 they can order any meal in the list of 24 meals for P24 only.

“As long as they availed of our Cowboy cocktail (Tropang Tagayan) they can order as many as 24 meals, and each meal will only cost P24. We want our customers to try and experience the good food that we offer. And I think this is the best way for them to try our great dishes,” Caper added.

Shown above are the meals included and below, are the cocktails included in the promo: Sisig Pork, Calamares, Pizza Cowboy Especiale (Crispy), Pizza Cowboy Especiale (Chewy), Pizza Seafood (Crispy), Pizza Seafood(Chewy), Cowboys Chicken In A Basket, Chicken Buffalo Wings, Nicks Chicken, Mega Sampler, Crispy Pata, Nachos Grande, Sizzling Bulalo, Mixed Seafood, Gambas, BBQ, Grilled Posit, Ranch Beef, Adobo Caldereta, Pancit Canton, Bihon, Shanghai, Kare-Kare, and Mexican Sampler.

Cowboy Grill’s History:

Twenty four years ago, Cowboy Grill was established just to accommodate the customers of a sister company who were looking for live band shows and at the same time enjoy palatable dishes. Its first branch opened in the busy street of Mabini, Ermita, Manila, which easily gained a lot of following. With its spacious entertainment area, good sound system, reliable and good-looking crew and staff, and of course excellent show bands, Cowboy Grill became the leading entertainment spot in the Metro.

“As our name implies, “Cowboy,” our resto bar is the place of people who easily get along with others. In other words, madaling or magaling makisama, walang kiyeme,” said Mr. Caasi Chief Operating Officer of Cowboy Grill.

“Our Sisig might be one of the bests that you can find in Metro Manila, our fried chicken is also one of our best sellers, our pizza can compete with other brands. We believe that in our industry, among other things, the food is one of the main reasons why customers go back to our establishment. Taking that as our utmost concern, we are proud with the line of dishes that we have in our menu and we are glad to offer these to our customers,” said marketing manager Erickson Caper.

Cowboy Grill for 24 years has been a part of many people’s memories – be it failure, heartaches, joys and triumphs. But the most important fact is whenever you enter Cowboy Grill, you will begin to forget other things because in Cowboy Grill, it is all about fun and entertainment.

 

For more information visit http://www.cowboygrill.ph. For reservation and other inquiries you may call for Mabini #525-1474, Malate #522-0429, Las Pinas #801-7644, Delta #922-1130. Check our Facebook page Cowboy Grill Restaurant for updates and promos.

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Juan Pastry: Deliciously different takes on our favorite Pinoy food at El Fresco Food Park

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Juan Pastry is barely a month old and it has been drawing lots of foodies, food lovers and the like at El Fresco Park in Quezon City. I like their take on chosen Filipino food, familiar yet with a different preparation and well-thought way of serving.

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Pancit in Bagoong Balayan with Spanish Sardines – the Pinoy ‘Pancit’ (rice noodles) but flavored with ‘Bagoong’ (shrimp paste) and topped with Spanish sardines. A unique version of  balanced savory flavors.

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Seafood Pinoy Pasta in Aligue Sauce – there are ‘Aligue’ (crab fat) pasta in some restaurants but Juan Pastry made it Pinoy by incorporating seafood.

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HaloBilo – one of Juan pastry’s unique creation which is a combination of deconstructed Pinoy ‘Halo-Halo’ (fruits, beans, etc. mixed together with condensed milk) and fried ‘Bilo-Bilo’ (sticky rice balls in coconut milk).

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Brownie Maruya‘Maruya’ (banana fritters) transformed into yummy brownies, another unique Juan Pastry creation.

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Beef Caldereta, Laing, Bicol Express and Dinuguan Pie – our favorite Pinoy ‘ulam’ encased in pastry, easy to eat or bring home for the family.

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UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: ‘Kinilaw na Dilis with Lato’ or ‘Anchovy Ceviche with Seaweed’

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Sharing my ‘Bisaya’ side of the family’s simple version of ‘kinilaw’ or ‘kilawin’ which has many regional versions in Filipino cooking. Its basically composed of raw fish cleaned (innards removed) marinated in a mix of vinegar, ginger, salt, pepper and chili.

Now ‘ceviche’ is pretty much the same as kinilaw, which is Spanish or Latin American in origin. The differences are that the fish meat is cured using citrus juices and the addition of olive oil.

Farmed and now readily available  at supermarkets, ‘lato’ or ‘caulerpa lentillifera’ is a type of seaweed which resembles small grapes. It is also known as ‘arosep,’ ‘ar-arosep,’ or ‘lato bilog.’

Here’s a simple version, hope you like it and thanks for the click!

Kinilaw na Dilis with Lato
Ingredients:
anchovies or dilis, innards removed and washed clean
lato or
ginger, minced
tomato, sliced
vinegar
labuyo or chili, sliced or flakes
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UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: Ampalaya or Bitter Gourd Salad

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I’m sharing this salad recipe, another ‘experiment’ that can be served as a side dish with fried or grilled fish or meat. There’s also a variation if you wish to have it a bit savory or spicy.

This recipe is not really new but with the coming holiday season, its a healthier alternative to side dishes with rich sauces and dips.

Hope you like it and thanks for the click!

Ampalaya Salad
Ingredients:
ampalaya or bitter gourd
salt, for rubbing the ampalaya
canned fruit cocktail, drained Continue reading “UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: Ampalaya or Bitter Gourd Salad”

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UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: ‘Sinigang na Hipon sa Sampalok’

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Shrimps!!! My absolute favorite whether sauteed, grilled, etc. but especially if its ‘sinigang’ (cooked in tamarind broth). One important thing to remember when cooking seafood, especially shrimps is to not overcook it. What’s different with my version you might ask, well its julienne ginger and…read the cooking tips below. Enjoy!

‘Sinigang na Hipon’
Ingredients:
shrimps
onions, quartered
tomatoes, quartered
labanos or radish, sliced
tamarind paste or mix / shrimp bouillon or cubes
siling pang-sigang or long green chili
kangkong leaves or water spinach
sitaw or long string beans
salt & pepper
patis or fish sauce
5-6 cups of water

Procedure:
– In a deep pan, place the water, onions, tomato, tamarind mix/shrimp bouillon, radishes, and string beans and bring to a boil Continue reading “UrMajestySiresFoodExperiments: ‘Sinigang na Hipon sa Sampalok’”

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SARAP DIVA Recipes: Vanilla Ice Cream with Salted Caramel Syrup and Calamansi con Nata

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SARAP DIVA Recipes: Vanilla Ice Cream with Salted Caramel Syrup and Calamansi con Nata
Ingredients:
vanilla ice cream
bottled calamansi con nata (Laguna delicacy)
butter
salt
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup cream
water
brandy (optional)

Procedure:
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SARAP DIVA Recipes: Niluyahang Mangga Halo Halo

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SARAP DIVA Recipes: Niluyahang Mangga Halo Halo
Ingredients:
sugar
ginger sliced or grated
red mung beans
nata de coco (coconut gelatin)
kaong (sweet palm fruit)
halayang ube (purple yam)
ripe mango slices
langka (jackfruit) slices
evaporated milk
pinipig (crisped rice)
shaved ice
mason jar or tall glass

Procedure:
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