May 29, 2019 Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines

Modern Filipino Dishes at Phatchick (Skewered), Festival Mall


Aside from Tagaytay, Alabang is another go-to place for food in the south. There are so many good restaurants and one of them is Skewered which is located at Ground Floor, Festival Mall Expansion Wing, Water Garden, Muntinlupa City. They are going to rebrand soon though. The restaurant's name will change from Skewered to Phatchick which is also their company name.

They serve modern Filipino and Asian dishes. Some of their best sellers are Pad Thai, Pork Skewer, Sisig, Meatballs, Egg Omelette, Salad, and Paella. They also serve cocktails.


Since they are rebranding, they added more dishes to their menu and we got to try them first. The management wanted for the people to think that their restaurant is not just for 'chill out nights' but is also a good place for families and barkadas.


We had Nachos as our appetizer. 


These two are both a staple in their menu. The Tapa Rice (left) costs 299 pesos while the Tinapa Rice (right) costs for 389 pesos. Both of them are good for 3 to 4 persons. Just a personal preference, I like the Tinapa Rice more. Parang kanin and ulam in one. Haha!



This Seafood Platter is an addition to their menu and it costs 850 pesos.


We also got to try their Pakbet which costs 189 pesos and their Gambas Al Ajillo which costs 339 pesos. I did not anticipate the Pakbet to be spicy. If you've been following me for a long time, you'll know that I have a sensitive taste to spicy food kaya girl, spicy na talaga sya for me pero feeling ko sa iba medyo lang sya. Haha! I really want to eat it because it is actually good.


The Texas Wagyu Smoked Brisket was the first thing that I got into my plate. Haha! This costs 489 for 200g, 889 for 400 g, and 1,246 for 600g.


Filipinos love fried chicken so it is a staple on every Filipino restaurant. Their whole fried chicken costs 499 pesos while the half costs 269 pesos. I really appreciate that they put sweet potato (kamote) fries as the side dish.


I believe that this is an addition to their menu. These are chicken wings in different flavoring with sweet potato chips.


Wagyu Corned Beef Kaldereta (left) for 409 pesos. BBQ Rib Steak (right).



Their Pork Humba is very juicy and flavorful.


It's not your usual halo-halo. Haha! This is their Halo Halo Frappe Special which costs 199 pesos. I feel like it is too expensive for halo-halo though. 


They are also known for these tribal drinking glasses which is very cute. I've seen this on Instagram and it is one of the reasons why I am so excited to dine here. Haha! And they use metal straws here, btw!


I only got to try their house-made iced tea (199 pesos for a pitcher), Weng Weng (279 pesos) and Strawbery Shake Special (189 pesos). I can really distinguish that their iced tea is home-made because it has a strong flavor to it and doesn't taste like the usual.

Weng Weng is one of their cocktail drinks and I unexpectedly like it. It is a mix of vodka, rum, tequila, whiskey, gin, grenadine, and four seasons juice. I was surprised to know it is a mix of six alcoholic drinks because I didn't find it that 'strong'. The juice and alcohol are well-balanced.


This is their friendly and accommodating Chef and Manager. Thank you so much for having us! 😊

They are still improving some of the dishes and that is why they still don't have the final price for them. I really like how they gave twists in our Filipino dishes without affecting the taste and quality of the food. They actually made them better.

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