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3.5

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Brasas Latin American Street Food is located at SM Jazz Mall, Bel Air 2 N. Garcia St, Makati, Luzon 1290 Philippines. This is a Restaurant restaurant near the Kidapawan City.The average price range at Brasas Latin American Street Food is around $$,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Brasas Latin American Street Food is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Kidapawan City area. There are different kinds of food in Brasas Latin American Street Food that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63 2 828 9314.

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3.5

6 Reviews

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  • Kang Kim

    4.0

    I was travelling this new Mall when I actually found Brasas Latin American Road Food. The title intrigued me and I tested the menu. There have been 3 folks and the vote had been to use it out. For appetizers, choose the Ay Carmbala Papa! seasoned do-it-yourself poker chips with smoked bacon bits and cheese sauce, at USD$4 per platter, it's good, valk excellent taste and good enough for 2 two or three 3 individuals. Delicious! We furthermore had Patacones as another appetizer. This cost a lower amount than USD$4 and was created from banana plantain chips with smoked pulled pork and Monterey Jack Cheese. For the main course we made a decision to talk about 2 dishes between your 3 folks. We purchased a Carne Asada Platter motivated from Colombia for USD$6.50. It had been charcoal grilled beef sirloin, served with South United states coleslaw, Spanish rice and chimichurri. The meats has been grilled to perfection, and the tastes were excellent. We enjoyed that. Even though serving of meats was completed in strips. For the second dish, we'd a Puerco Asado inspired from Cuba. Gradual roaster pork tummy with a crunchy epidermis on top, once again offered with South United states cole slaw and Rice with coffee beans Cuban design. All tha for under USD$ 7.00. Our dessert was Conquista Myself. A ladyfinger sponge cake soaked in espresso and rhum, brandy lotion cheese mouse, nice milk lotion topped with shavings of chocolates? Essential try. That price about USD$2.50. Great meal! We have been planning to get back to try another offers! The assistance was great!

  • Cirmel Kasiguran

    3.0

    Made a decision to eat here following reading great reviews on its foods. Ate at the Jazz Mall branch. Atmosphere is great. We arrived past due for lunch time since we came direct from son's graduation. Just 2 tables filled therefore crew wasn't active. We were instantly welcomed, seatedand provided the menu. Issue was, of the 4 non-alcoholic drinks, 2 weren't available. We wished to attempt their signature guarapo and that wasn't obtainable. My husband especially like watermelon however the drink wasn't accessible too. Several items on the primary menu were also unavailable. We each got a platter of rice pilaf with meats of preference (pork, beef and poultry). All had been tender and great. I loved everything concerning the food. (But I must say, if you're an individual with a large appetite like my husband, their meal won't fill up you up.) Worth mentioning that meals arrived immediately. Though, this is needlessly to say because the place was nearly empty. What switched me off has been I had to obtain desk napkins. They didn't own it on the table also it didn't arrive with the meals order. One more thing was it appeared like nobody was watching us so we'd trouble getting someone's focus on costs us out. Hubby sensed it was bad services because, though we appreciate the personal privacy, the waiters weren't actually waiting on us. (Include the truth that the crew weren't all smiles like they must be. In other dining places, crew will be really friendly.)

  • Chi Vargas

    3.0

    We dined here about a weekday, thus there weren't many people and the area was actually nearly empty that was to my liking. We purchased Pollo Asado Platter and Pollo Saltado. Great food, tender chicken, however the experience was nothing at all out of theordinary. I furthermore found it a little pricey for the helping portion. Servers didn't seem warm or even accommodating, like they would like to be done with using your orders, helping your food then, wanting to see you move. Philippines really includes a good way to go with regards to customer service, in comparison to other components of the world.

  • Yumi Tamazaki

    3.0

    The waiter suggested the Lomo Saltado in fact it is indeed the very best one we've ordered from Brasas. It includes slaw. The corn on the cob and the grilled meats is usually okay. We tried the others but there is nothing else to rave about. The P50.nachos was depressing, when i was expecting a lot more salsa and cheese. It is the saddest nacho I've tasted.

  • Ireneuydy0404

    5.0

    Every Friday night time they having Danza Latina. Foreigners and nearby dances with everybody despite having strangers. There is a Latin vibe to the area and the meals is awesome

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