Friday, August 30, 2013

Rub Ribs & BBQ

A couple of weekends ago, my sister-in-law treated us to lunch at Rub Ribs and BBQ in Tomas Morato.


Rub is in a very small space with only a few tables, even though they never seem to run out of customers. We were there a few minutes before they opened at 11 am. If you want to get seated at the only table in the restaurant that can seat more than 4 people, I suggest you do the same.

We ordered these -

Buffalo Chicken Sandwich (PhP190) - The photo doesn't look appetizing does it?
The real thing isn't appetizing either.
Caesar Salad (PhP210) - So-so for me.
This one tastes like salad alright but it's just too ordinary to be priced this much.
Family Brunch (PhP685) - One whole rack of ribs + 3 sides.
We ordered two of these and one Super Duo. 
Fried Oreos (PhP150) 

Rub wasn't built for ambiance. So don't go there if you're looking for a quiet, relaxing meal with proper utensils. Rub exists for the sole purpose of feeding the hungry.

I would definitely go back for the ribs which were value for money. For the sides, I highly recommend the spinach. I would also order the fried oreos again. Those were not fantastic but I couldn't think of any other place where I could get decent enough fried oreos, so they would have to do in the meantime.

My only beef with Rub is with their kids' menu. We ordered the meatball pasta off the kids' menu especially for Malik but he couldn't eat it because it was spicy! When we asked, the waiter said their spaghetti is really meant to be "mildly hot." Well then including that in the kids' menu is just not right. They should at least state clearly in the menu that the dish is spicy. We wouldn't have ordered it for our 3-year old kid had we known. Naman.

What Meatball Pasta made 'Just For Kids' is spicy? Naman.

Anyway, ribs were great and cheap, and are reason enough for me to go back.

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