But receiving an invitation from a person I know to have a classy tastes on dining, I gave in and have contracted a spark of interest. Although the acoustic term fancied me, I never thought I would "eat my word," literally speaking.
To begin my untold story of a broken vow, my husband had to meet me at the worst place I would think of (I so hate that place), initially we were to go home first and check on the kids then leave after they've had their dinner. But time wasn't so friendly and the traffic seemed to eat up our patience, and we were running late. What my plan was, have the dinner with my friends and him so he will be the one to my part of the food specially the meat, but to much demise, he needed to go home.
I sort of got lost, when Bhogs dropped me off at Emilia St. of Palanan, Makati. I asked two people chit-chatting, about the restaurant and they know the place and pointed to the very well lit gate ahead.
However, my mood suddenly changed.when a fine-looking man greeted me warmly suddenly felt that the vibe of the whole place seemed different from what I have imagined.
A casual dining experience with upscale range of menu but with a price that is sooo affordable.
Now let see how and I have broken my vow. As mentioned above I am staying away from a lot of meat, specially pork and some sea foods. I never said I don't like them but for health reasons I need to. Yes, I vowed not to eat pork meat, specially barbeques and other pork dishes, there I have announced it.
But when I saw these...
Tell me, can you say no that? We had a lot of stuff tried at Volcanic Grill but let me cut you off a bit. What's intriguing about the restaurant is their way of cooking. For its namesake, volcanic, the owner and Head Chef Dennis Tan have a discovered the newest phenomenon in the culinary world, volcanic rock cooking.
Putting volcanic rock inside your grill can give you a better grilling experience and tastier dishes. Lava rocks heat up quickly and disperse this heat to the inside of your gas grill. That means food cooks more evenly, with a flavor closer to that from a charcoal grill.
Here how we started the uber palatable acoustic night.
If you are looking for a place to dine with a laid back and open garden atmosphere, less crowd and dislike rawdy drunkards this is the place to be. Please do take every word I said, food are priced competitively and the serving is brawny. More interesting stuff can be discovered there like their capiz frame menu and the signature V-olcanic pose.
For a clean fun and dining experience over an acoustic band, be there every Friday and Saturday night.
They open at 10 in the morning and close at 1 am. Sundays are closed though.
Please like them at Volcanic Grill FACEBOOK page.
Address: 3445 B Florida St. Brgy Palanan Makati City, 1235 Manila, Philippines
Contact Numbers: 0916 473 0161