Cooking for the family isn’t easy. You have to think of a menu every single day. There are times when you just run out of ideas to cook for the tribe.
Sure, it would be a lot easier to pick up the phone and order some fast food but that’s not exactly the healthiest thing to do (of course, I’m guilty from time to time 😀).
To make matters worse, your tribe could be looking for some serious home-cooked meals. When that happens to me, I look at my tribe and say to them, “Are you nuts?” Of course, nothing beats home-cooked Filipino dishes but to cook them every single day is a bit too tedious.
So, the next best thing is to do is to find a place where you can have a variety of “ulam.” That’s Pit Stop Grill! 🙂
Truth be told, Pit Stop Grill is more of a hangout place. It’s a cool place to hang out with some friends. You can have a couple of beers and indulge in their yummy pulutan dishes. The nice thing about this place is that it’s not enclosed. It’s an open-air restaurant.
What’s equally interesting about this place are the people behind it. Pit Stop Grill is owned and managed by three cousins, who love to eat street food and homecooked Filipino meals.
“We thought of setting up our own place where we could go ourselves and not be worried about food safety and still get good value and keep it affordable.”
Below are some sample viands from Pit Stop Grill. They’re all great for takeouts to feed the tribe.
Pit Stop Grill is the latest of the three restaurants owned and managed by the three cousins.
“We started Pit Stop in 2018 after moving here from running 2 other restaurants in Cubao since 2010.”
Pit Stop Grill has managed to stay in business despite the many challenges these days. Their key priority is to keep their people safe by wearing the right gear.
Wondering what their other dishes are? Turn to the next page to find out.
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