Grind & Co is located at 28-C Scout Tuason Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City. This is a Burger restaurant near the Tomas Morato.The average price range at Grind & Co is around ₱ 250 / Person,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Grind & Co is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Tomas Morato area. There are different kinds of food in Grind & Co that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +6327090055.
I have always been a fan of this place since 2015. Me and my friends visits here quite often as we crave it most of the time and this is by far the most satisfying comfort food place in town that we have tried yet. (We eat out a lot btw so we deserve trust in this matter I guess haha) 😛😉What we usually order here is the Grinder (burger, basically their specialty), which you can double or triple up with their juicy patties. You can also put add ons like bacon, jalapeño, egg etc. if you wish to add a twist on your burger. Some of our other favorites are ultimate nachos, sausages, wings, and their crispy wedges which are super yummy especially when dipped on their cheese sauce. The flavored chicken wings are indeed flavorful and my faves are Buffalo, Teriyaki, and Garlic Parmesan. They also offer basic flavors of Milk Shakes and House Blend Iced Tea (which I'm placing as my number 3 most delish iced tea!) 😋😊Local and imported beers are served in this resto as well which is perfect for late barkada food trip or hangouts.The ambiance is good; it's quite a laid-back and homey place which I think is perfect for friends and family gathering. Except that the place is not too child-friendly as the chairs could be uncomfortable for them and they don't have high-chairs to give there. The service is fair and the staffs are friendly, at least to us. 😊So overall I'm giving Grind & Co. a high rating as we always have a great time whenever we visit here. The menu is simple but everything on it are truly delicious and quite satisfying.
This place is somewhat far from other restaurants in Tomas morato that's why it's not a crowded place, (tho maybe when we went there its not a peak hour around 9pm) well anyway THE FOOD is soo good and affordable it matches it's Instagram worthy settings 😍
A great place if you're looking for a quick bite. It's a little far from the Tomas Morato scene but you could say that it's a hidden gem.The staff was accommodating, the ambiance was nice, and the food was definitely worth coming back for. The iced tea was a little bit too much on the sweet side, but nonetheless we were definitely satisified.
Grind and Co. is one of the more discreet places along the Scout area that churns out American style dishes for the pleasure of its guests. As part of a food crawl group, I tried out its popular dishes.We first went for the Rootbeer float. This classic piece of Americana is composed of no frills ingredients: Rootbeer and vanilla ice cream. The drink is best served cold; and it matches the taste of its dishes.We then went for the Ultimate Nachos. This dish is composed of tortilla chips topped with cheese, bacon, ground beef, salsa, and bacon bits. It was a tangy and spicy appetizer that whetted my appetite.We then had their Chicken Wings variants. I enjoyed the Garlic Parmesan and Sweet Chili the most. The former was a cheesy favorite in the menu; while the latter was a slightly spicy addition. The chicken was tender, crispy-skinned, and easy on the teeth.The creme-de-la-creme was the burger. Called the Grinder, this meaty monstrosity was composed of thick and juicy beef patties with fresh tomatoes and lettuce plus a helping of cheese and sandwiched between two fresh buns. The patties can be chosen from single, double, or triple servings. There was also a chicken version for those who disdain beef. I can truly say that the burgers were the best ones the house can give. The size, texture, and taste were pretty remarkable, if not the best. The best part is that these came with crispy potato wedges. In sum, Grind and Co. offers great tasting burgers and snacks for those who want a piece of Americana.
Check out our ShetSarap episode here: tinyurl.com/ShetGrindtinyurl.com/ShetGrindtinyurl.com/ShetGrindNachosThe nacho chips have nothing special about them. Their sweet salsa makes the nachos great overall.WingsTheir garlic parmesan wings are quite powdery. It’s just fine. They seem to be normally fried in garlic, then topped with parmesan cheese. Comparing to other wings places, more could have been done for it (buttery, or melting cheese, or whatnot). The teriyaki wings tastes like Korean chicken (soy garlic-y), with just a hint of teriyaki sauce. The teriyaki sauce is balanced, not being too sweet nor salty. Lastly, the buffalo wings have a tasty skin, but quite dry inside. It relies on the sauce on the skin. The skin is very crispy and flavorful, though. There is garlic mayo on the side, to balance out the dryness of the meat.Hawaiian GrinderUpon inspection, the slices of tomatoes are quite small, but there is a huge slab of bacon. There’s also a slice of pineapple on top. The whole burger is juicy, and the pineapple does its job. Without the pineapple, the burger is just too meaty, but because of the presence of it, it sweetens and balances the experience of the burger. The bacon is also apparent in the burger; it’s crunchy and tastes fine, even though it may look burnt. Crispy Chicken Fillet BurgerIt doesn’t make use of ground chicken, so the meat is hard to mould. Thus, some parts of the bun did not have chicken with it, as it is focused towards the center. The chicken is garlicy with other spices. Its crunchiness is fine; not too crispy with too much flour.DrinksTrying their creamcicle (Royal float) and root beer float, they are just the usual floats, but of course, you can never go wrong with floats.AmbianceThe ambiance is quite normal. It has very hyped up music, so it’s not really a study/work place. It has a TV showing some basketball games, giving it a hint of an American bar-ish vibe. It also serves imported beer. The service is great. They are very friendly and accommodate you with a smile.