I've been here several times and have always ordered the "Kaldereta San Miguel". It's always nice and the beef is tender. There have been times when it was drizzled with cream and other times it was not.
I also like the fact that they serve arce ice cream.
After gym, my friend and i went and dine at Pupung's MOA. We ordered Tinuktuk, Rib Eye, Tuna Belly Kebab, Lemonade and Ice tea. For reference - OR# 382-000136257.
OR says we were there around 8:21pm. We sat on the table near the grill, i can see the counter and all that goes in there( cashier, counter, grill).the tables parallel to ours and adjacent to us are still empty then. Rib eye was served but not the tuna as i can see its still being grilled.the 2 tables got occupied and by that time, i saw that the tuna was forwarded by the cook (male) to the counter where a girl crew supposedly puts rice and condiments. By then, she was arranging a later order(must i say lesser but thats not the point). when she finished on the plate, she looked at the receipts in front of her and set new plates.She ignored the tuna, seing this, my friend approached her and asked if she can prioritize the tuna as this food was overdue. The girl crew just looked at my friend and continued as if she didnt hear a thing. The guy on the grill noticed this and he took the plate himself and did the finishing (rice etc...) all this time, the girl is so snobbish, not even apologetic but i would say the worst is that she didnt even acknowledged a customer. We were so pissed that we really didnt enjoy the meal. What a poor CUSTOMER SERVICE/RELATIONSHIP.They badly need training. To make the matter worst, i asked another crew who this time has a name tag ( the girl didnt wear one ) and read as Lance;we requested for the manager but his reply was the manager already LEFT? By that time all tables are full including tables outside,how can there be no manager... The reason we ate at Pupungs was because me and my other friends are regular diners of Pupung's Vito Cruz which was near DLSU but i guess i was sorry i suggested Pupungs ...
Sa hirap ng buhay at pera,its just but fair to have quality not just in food but in service as well. We didnt mind ordering the more expensive food but had we known a bad service they have, i would have settled for a fastfood.
My family and I really like eating in this place. We find the food delicious and prices are reasonable. I particularly like the pork products. The Jumbo liempo is a huge portion of meat for only P95.00 or P97.00, cant remember exactly. My wife enjoys the Spicy Korean Style Liempo while my sister goes for the Chicken Inasal which is also very good. She has gotten used to even dipping pieces of the chicken in their original sinamak. My Ilonggo brother in law says that their sinamak is like the ones they have in Silay. The service is good and the surroundings are quite clean also. Overall, our Chiggy's experiences in the SM Mall of Asia have been good and I recommend a visit for budget and value conscious diners
Chicken piece serving is big no wonder it's called big bird. It's the crispiest chicken I've tasted so far but the taste of breadings reminds me of sunflower chicken/onion flavor crackers. Chicken teriyaki is delicious but the meat is a bit dry. Minestrone soup is delicious. Overall the food they serve is worth the money you pay.
When we tried it all the menu we want to order are not available so we and the others customer had to settle on what's available to our dismay. The food was okey in terms of taste but its a bit pricey plus the service is not that great.
Nothing beats this resto in service as in. Less than 5 minutes and all your order had been served ^_^ I love the popiah/fresh lumpia super yummy. Also tried the potstickers and baked chicken rice but after eating a few spoonfuls medyo nakakauta na at habang natagal parang feeling mo parusa na ang pag-ubos. Anyways the price is worth of the food and I like the idea of letting the customers write their comments and feedbacks about the resto in a cute notebook.
The BBQ chicken which was supposed to be their specialty was cooked in the outside but bloody in the inside. The grilled squid was not very well cleaned and even have small fishes inside.
When we called the attention of the service crew about the bloody chicken thigh I thought they would replace it but to my dismay they just regrilled the distorted chicken with all its blood and re-served it with matching comment from the service crew "Ayan lutong-luto na po yan" It was only after I confront the crew and told them I payed right so I deserved to get the right food they only decided to replace the grilled chicken with a new well-cooked one. Although they said thank you when we left I'd rather eat on fastfood chains aside from its cheaper the food is way much palatable than this resto.
I guess it's unquestionable that baked ziti is almost everyone's favorite for those who frequent this resto. Various pizzas are all very yummy. Very friendly crew and the service was outstanding. Although there was a price increase and the serving was not as large as it was before but overall its still worth it.
The service crew outside is very friendly and accomodating so we didn't mind lining up to wait for a table to be vacant. Service was great. The orders were served on time and all the dishes taste great. But still nothing beats the taste of the old original Max fried chicken in Baclaran.
The food we ordered was delicious like lechon kawali, grilled squid, bulanglang but the service was very slow. It was ages before we got our first dish then we are already in the process of finishing it before the other dishes arrived. It also took a long time before the bill was processed and the changed was given.
I was a bit disappointed with Kopi Roti after I tried it the first tie with my friend last December. We ordered cold coffee (there is not much choice in flavor) and roti buns and the pan bread with gaya (i forget what they call it). The buns were a bit burnt and not much unlike those Rotis that I tried before from Bataan and Cebu. I can't believe this is the same buns that I've been hearing a lot about. Then we tried the gaya bread and it was a bit sweet for me. The coffee was ok but it didn't keep me satisfied (as a coffee lover) that I went over to Starbucks right after and order Fraps. So I'm not convinced that Kopi Roti is here to put Starbucks or any other cafe a run for their money.