May 31, 2011

Pepper Lunch @ ATC

With my previous post, i told you that we ate in Pepper Lunch for our lunch. Its my first time eating there and i didnt know what to expect. We walked in first and check the menu, hubby and i decided to try it since its new to us. Well, Pepper Lunch has been around the metro since i dont remember and since we had the chance last Sunday, we finally give in. From what i know, Pepper Lunch is a DIY Japanese Teppanyaki and i love Japanese dishes so this become one of my restaurants to go to when in ATC.

What is Pepper Lunch?

Pepper Lunch is an affordable DIY fast food steakhouse with more than 200 outlets in Japan. Pepper Lunch promises a dynamic and fresh culinary experience for everyone by presenting the novel concept of a sizzling steak. You can enjoy juicy steak with a sizzle at affordable prices.

Pepper Lunch facade

We settled outside since its not that hot because of the weather. We first order what we want to try and since its lunch, we both want rice. The ordering here is just like in other food regular food chains, fall in line, order in the counter and on the receipt you will see your designated table. Unique setting!

The funny thing is we get our table first outside and when we got the receipt, it has the same table number. Coincidence?

Here's what we tried:

Hubby got Beef Pepper Rice..

Mine's teriyaki...hhhmmm? ( i forgot the name)

After they completed our orders, hubby and i are staring to each other because we dont know how to eat it! hehe.. Yun pala nasa paper yung instruction.. hehe

See the paper on the plate? This tells on how to eat the Pepper Rice. You just have to mix all the ingredients on your plate and put some sauce in it. Be extra careful not to touch the plate because its really hot.

My Food. Its super duper yummy! Addictive! My order is fulfilling maybe because of the egg.

What's Unique with Pepper Lunch? Definily the iron plate.

With its unique design patented in Japan, the iron plate is part of the successful formula of Pepper Lunch.

Using a special electromagnetic cooker also patented in Japan, the iron plate will heat up to 260C in 70 seconds and remain hot (approximately 80C) for more than 20 minutes. Meat grilled at this ideal high temperature, remains tender and juicy. The plate keeps food warm for a longer time and customers can enjoy the full flavor of the dish.

The happy campers enjoyed Pepper Lunch so much. See the proof?

Since im watching my diet and rice consumption, maybe will try again other menu in this branch next month. Steak next time!

Learn more from Pepper Lunch here.


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