Pedro 'n Coi - a Pinoy Pop Chibog Experience
Pedro 'n Coi was our second food stop for a Pop Talk episode to be aired in GMA News TV, September 5, 2015, 8pm. The focus of this episode is on celebrity-owned restaurants, which is why the first stop was held in North Wing (read more) , co-owned by Louise delos Reyes. You may not be aware of this but Pedro 'n Coi is co-owned by Shamcey Supsup, a Ms. Universe runner up last 2011.
Here in this blog post, I will sharing you about this fiesta-stic place full of Pinoy Pop ambiance. It also drives you down the memory lane with all the top icons then and now. Most of all, we will be taking a look at the dishes offered here in this vibrant restaurant.
Pedro 'n Coi is definitely an attention-grabber and an eye-candy at the same time. All the banderitas and the festive atmosphere will not fail to make you notice the barrio-like place.
Now, the beautiful thing about Pedro 'n Coi is that the ambiance is highly conducive in making your Filipino dining experience extra awesome. Well, I know the multitude of colors and design may appear distracting for some, but for me, they work fine.
Now, we shall explore some of the dishes here in Pedro 'n Coi starting off with the appetizers.
This innovative salad dish called PNC Salad (P190) incorporates fresh new concept that made it incredibly unique. It has kamote chips, chicken, nuts and a whole lot more!
Now, if you miss your traditional favorites such as the pancit, you may have this Dis is it Pansit (P195). Also, hindi mawawala ang pinoy barbecue here in Pedro 'n Coi with a creative name of Ihaw Moto (P245)!
The barbecue has this sweet, smokey and savory taste -- the usual elements we Filipinos look for.
One of the best sellers here in this restaurant is the Pinoy sisig with an interesting name of Sizzling Sisig Awwwww!! (P270). Plus, you will enjoy it when they serve this on your table. I won't spoil it, so just experience it yourself.
The sinigang here in Pedro 'N Coi called May Asim Pa (P365) has something special about it. They use fried bagnet to go with the soup, and the cool thing about it is, the bagnet still has its relative crisp when eaten.
Another popular dish here in Pedro 'N Coi is the deconstructed Kare-Kare with the crispy pata as its meat. It goes with the name of Pata Kang Kare-Kare Ka (P775).
Now, before I end this post here is a photo of me with Jan Manual, who is known for imitating Manny Pacquiao. Well, he's such an awesome guy, and we just did some pacman pose.
Check out the last installment of this Pop Talk series on Friday (September 4, 2015) which will feature 7 Flavors Restaurant of Chef Boy Logro.
Pedro 'n Coi
Budget: At least P300 each for a moderate dining experience coming in a group of at least 4
Catch my other comments and insights about this place by tuning in to Poptalk this September 5, 2015, 8:00 pm @ GMA News TV.
Location: Third Floor, Fisher Mall, Quezon Avenue, West Triangle, Quezon City
Contact No.: (02) 931 5693
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