Brickfire offers quality choice cuts that come from locally sourced fresh beef. Their best-seller,the Duke (P250), serves everyone’s favorite part of the beef which is tenderloin. Its classic salt and pepper flavor seeps throughout the meat, making each bite as scrumptious as the next. The meat is so soft, cutting through it with a regular knife is so easy. Another favorite is Cowgirl Annie(P120), Brickfire’s own version of the T-bone steak. It comes in two flavors—the original flavor and the honey mustard, which is a combination of a sweet and sour taste. All steaks are accompanied with Brickfire’s original and home-made gravy, as well as a choice of fresh mashed potatoes or rice.
Other house specialties include the Baked Fish, which is dory fish baked inside an aluminum foil. The yummy lemongrass fragrance makes the dish so exciting to eat! Los Indios was another interesting dish because of the distinct way it was served. An original recipe of adobo and rice wrapped in banana leaf that comes with egg and salad can definitely get you full for only P89!
When in Manila, discover the fork-tender goodness that can only be found in Brickfire. It’s unquestionably a good place to bring family and friends, so head on over and make your way through its menu’s most-wanted list!
Brickfire Oven-Roasted Steaks and Chops
2/F Xavier Residence Building, E. Abada corner R. Alvero Streets,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City
Operating Hours: 6am to 10:45pm