Hello everyone! How is everything going so far? Well, I’m writing a late post that happened about three months ago. Forgive me. It’s just that I’ve been prioritizing the sponsored posts that need to be published.
Today, I’ll post about a dinner I had with my college friends after we watched a UAAP game at Araneta, the one where UST lost their second game against La Salle. Sigh! It surely made us feel down, so we tried to cheer ourselves up by dining in at a Southwestern-inspired cuisine. We headed over at Chili’s Tomas Morato!
Bottomless Tostada Chips (P350)
We started off by having this crunchy appetizer—their Tostada Chips. The chips’ taste is just plain, but the salsa and cheese dips on the side make it really addicting. This is the second time that we dined here and it seems that having this will be an SOP.
Boneless Buffalo Chicken Salad (P270)
This dish truly didn’t fail us. It gave us what we wanted: spicy. This salad is very rich in ingredients—blue cheese crumbles, bacon, carrots, tortilla strips, and pico de gallo. Ranch dressing is served with it, too.
Cajun Club Sandwich (P410)
This club sandwich is good for a party of six people. We chose Cajun because we want a dish full of spices, the same way we were spiced up by the game we just watched. Anyway, their Cajun Club sandwich consists of grilled chicken, bacon, cheddar & Swiss cheese, jalapeño, lettuce, and tomato.
Grilled Shrimp Alfredo Pasta (P535)
We decided to have it with white sauce this time.
Since this post is a personal adventure, I paid for it. But paying for Chili’s is worth my every penny. This casual restaurant is definitely a great place to dine with friends. You can glug beers along with your meal (if you want), chat ‘till 12 midnight, or watch sports and just hang out. Chili’s is definitely a great place to chill!