PERRO CHIKO wins hearts of foodies with authentic Spanish food

PERRO CHIKO, which only started operations last June, has steadily been endearing itself to foodies in Uptown Parade in Bonifacio Global City.

The Spanish food feels familiar to Filipinos, and the portions are quite reasonable for its value.

Start off your meal with Ensalada De Queso De Cabra

Check out this colorful and flavorful Parillada de Carne

No potato shortage here

Make sure to order their Mallorquina. You will not be sorry.

Spices bring out more flavor with Pulpo de Gallega

One of its bestsellers is the Crème Catalana, the Spanish version of crème brulee. It’s the perfect dessert to cap off a scrumptious meal.

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