Another one of those classic food vendor/stall that’s usually our default when we’re not in the mood to explore the Glorietta foodcourt. We eat here if we’re craving for affordable steaks and other meals on a hot plate.
One of the more expensive steak cuts (a specific area of the tenderloin), Filet Mignon is my favorite if cooked medium-well to preserve the beef flavor. Usually wrapped in bacon to maximize the unhealthy but terribly delicious beef and bacon taste, the steak is served with a cupful of gravy (you can ask for another helping), soup of the day, and some vegetables on the side.
This is one of my favorite food vendor/stall in the foodcourt. My wife and I used to eat here every time we go to the mall, but that was when we were younger and not the least bit conscious of our health. Highly recommended if you’re up for steaks and on a budget, it is also important to note that there is a significant price difference when you eat at a House of Minis branch not located in a food court – those tend to be more expensive.