Fireside By Kettle

Fireside By Kettle

I’ve been reading a lot about Kettle and Fireside by Kettle from so many blogs and have been drooling over the delicious food that comes up my screen everytime I scroll down. Yet, I wasn’t able to give their place a visit. I am a busy momma and the traffic going to their location will surely drive me crazy and carve away time which I very much need. Fortunately for me, when Super Coffee was launched, it was held at Fireside by Kettle.

Take a look at the dishes I was able to try… To start of our meal was the Truffled Potato Chips (₱199) which are homemade potato chips, fried to a crisp then drizzled with blue cheese sauce and sprinkled with chopped spring onions and crumbled bleu cheese. This whole plate of Potato Chips is actually enough for me as I love chips dearly. The crumbled bleu cheese was kinda bitin, though. I wonder if you could request for extra when you order this?

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Next came the Grilled Chophouse Salad (₱389). Unlike the usual salad wherein you get big pieces of vegetables, the vegetables in this salad, as the name implies, are all chopped into pieces. There were the usual salad greens, zucchini, broccoli, cauliflower, kale, bell peppers, apple, and roasted chicken breast all tossed in honey lemon dressing and then topped with hardboiled egg and crumbled feta cheese.

To say I loved this salad is an understatement — I think I was the one who almost finished this plate considering I’m sharing this with two more fellow bloggers.

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When I learned what was in the 50/50 Meatloaf (₱389), I got a little scared! Why?! Well, it was called 50/50 because it was made of  50% bacon and 50% ground angus beef! It was sinfully delicious! specially if you dip it in the barbecue sauce it was served with and pair it with the creamy garlic mashed potato.

Sweet,Spicy,  Salty Wings (₱249/3 pcs) is basically crispy wings that has a sweet, spicy, and salty sauce coating. It was served with a side of sweet potato hay which I wasn’t able to try.

The Buttermilk Fried Chicken Fingers (₱489) is my favorite among all the dishes that was served! The chicken fingers were tender, juicy and was well-seasoned. It was served with homestyle gravy and honey plus the most delicious cornbread doughnuts I’ve tried. I am a sucker for sweet and salty combination… this I highly recommend!

I was about to leave when the Fireside Homemade Doughnuts (₱239) were served. I sat down again and tried these babies which was really good with the chocolate sauce, salted caramel sauce, and raspberry sauce.

Next time I hope our family journey takes us to the Shangri-La Mall so we can check out what Kettle has to offer.

Fireside by Kettle is located at 3/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall Mandaluyong

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59 Responses

  1. Wow, these dishes simply look delicious. I am going to spend a couple of weeks in Manila at the end of this year. Definitely have to visit that place in order to try their great food. Thanks so much for the hint!

    Warm wishes, Amelie

  2. You had me at Truffled Potato Chips because I love bleu cheese! 🙂 And the Buttermilk Fried Chicken Fingers look heavenly. 🙂

  3. I love the grilled chophouse salad. It got my attention right away. I hope I can do this at home, but got to find out first how to make honey lemon dressing.

  4. These foods all look amazing! I would especially love to try those chips – but would want to follow them with everything else too!

  5. All of that food looks delicious! I would definitely go for the chicken, it’s so perfectly fried. The donuts are pretty tempting too.

  6. Those chips look might good! That is something my whole family would enjoy. So yummy!

  7. Those photos look really delicious. I love reading blog posts about where the blogger has eaten and their experience.

  8. All of these Fireside recipes look amazing. I eat a lot of salads and dislike spending ten minutes chopping it up before I can eat it. I think the Grilled Chophouse salad would be perfect for me.

  9. OH man you’ve got some culinary goodness going on here. And those pictures are amazing. Great photos.

  10. Okay now I’m hungry! This food all looks soo good! The pictures are so inviting.

  11. These are the kinds of food my family loves to indulge in! We don’t go to Megamall much but when we finally do so again, I’m going to look for this restaurant!

  12. Blog hopping at 3AM and this got me hungry! Too bad I live far from Shang but when I’m in the area, I’ll definitely visit this resto!

  13. You capture your images very well! I must say i wish we had such many varieties of cuisine in my home country. Just love Philipino foods

  14. Everything looks so delicious! Filipino food is so similar to Indonesian food but I would love to explore and try different Filipino meals too 🙂

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