Admittedly, I'm not a good navigator so I took a screenshot of the map and showed it to Paul. One look, that's all it took for him to quickly know where we're supposed to head to. My husband is amazing. ♥ For those who are not so good with directions like me, the huge Ponciana's branch will be your landmark. As soon as you see that, Highway Ribbery Grille is slightly across it.
Just a disclaimer though, I've never been to Canada yet so I haven't tried the real thing. For those who have been, do give this a try and tell me what you think about it below.
See how tender the pork was? I was really surprised as I didn't expect it to immediately flake off with just a slight nudge of my fork. Actually, when it was served to us, I got my knife and told Paul that I will divide this into half. I only pierced it slightly and whoosh! Our half rack was immediately sliced into half. It was THAT tender. I couldn't stop raving about it that I just had to tell the world about it.
Taste-wise, the barbecue sauce was delicious. I have to say that this has immediately became one of our favorite ribs in Manila and I can't wait to fly home to have more ribs again. Perhaps, I should order more to let Papa and Kongkong try it as they're huge fans of grilled meat and ribs.
Between the two, I love the wings coated with Sweet Chili Glazed more as it had a nice sweet taste with a mild spicy kick. It must be my training living in Singapore that my tolerance for spicy food has greatly improve. Yehey!
As for the Parmesan Butter, I have to admit that I think it still needs more improvement. The sauce was a bit too crumbly leaving the chicken a bit dry after sitting on the bucket for some time. Perhaps, I should try the Lemon Pepper Salt or just have Sweet Chili Glazed for all next time.
Check out Highway Ribbery Grille at Unit 105 R Place Building, N.S. Amoranto Street, La Loma, Quezon City. Call them at +63-2-4161074.