Can't think of anything on how to do some damage control after a particularly crazy night out? Just eat it out.
However, if after a couple of drinks and a hard kick-ass party somewhere at the Fort Strip, do you find yourself in a blue, on where to go next before heading home and maybe get some grubs winding away sluggish acts brought by the booze you had? Fret not, you can either have a lavish Spanish chow, pre-defined comfort food (pricey), or a down-right congenial Persian food, commonly known as Shawarma. I would assume you would go for a Shawarma place.
Good thing Shawarma Guys is just up on the alley behind all the epic hang outs.
It's actually a sister food establishment of Relik and URBN Bar and Kitchen. Here Persian favorites such as Kebabs, Shawarma, etc. were given a twist to satisfy Filipino palate.
I love the colorful chalk drawings on these open kitchen walls. As you can see the ambiance is very Spartan, Vivid orange walls contrasting other black walls with iconic Persian images illustrated with a collection of Middle Eastern cuisine terms.
Red metal chairs and tables, gray cylindrical hanging lamps and enlarged photos of the food they serve are just the stuff that you will see inside.
They put the emphasis should I say, on the menu.
And I was so lucky enough to have try a few of their offerings.
I know, that was exactly my expression when I saw it in the menu. I was so intrigued, good thing we have tried and it was like Middle Eastern cuisine can intermarry with our very own Filipino famous dish. Let me tell you, the baby is so adorably delish. What I like about the Sisig Shawarma was the crunchiness of the pork bits, which was slightly bigger than the usual chopped up shawarma on sizzling plates. I love how the saltiness of the pork mixed with the sauce of the shawarma. It was their best-seller actually.
Be on a lookout for their monthly Shawarma seasonal offering. Chef Benjo Tuason's creative culinary juices just oozes out to the extreme most of the times. You might be lucky enough to try bacon, cheeseburger and what not. They do have lamb shawarma also.
Ground Floor, Fort Pointe Building, Fort Strip, BGC, 1634 Taguig