Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Wonders of Maginhawa -- Wicked Kitchen

Discovering the Wonders of Maginhawa Streets Episode 2: Wicked Kitchen

It's not by default that we have to visit witch or wicked themed restos at Maginhawa street but my second adventure landed at  2/F 189 Maginhawa corner Makadios Sikatuna Village, Quezon City-- the Wicked Kitchen.
Wicked Kitchen is dedicated to producing delicious and mouth-watering food using the finest ingredients, paired with friendly service.Their chef, a Center for Culinary Arts Manila graduate, created a delicious menu with something for every taste. Having worked in Australia, she has included local favorites into the menu using the truest of recipes. One can truly be wicked and indulge in her seven sinful desserts aptly named after the seven sins.

Not much of a concept store, as their interior is very basic yet cozy. Posted on the wall are some editorials where the resto was featured.
What really catches my attention are the qoutations about life displayed in their restroom :)

Here's their menu. Dishes names sounds basic yet very enticing when you read the description. Well I guess that's normal to all the restaurants...

Wicked Kitchen's menu is an array of Australian and Western favorites. 

While browsing their menu, everything seems to be very normal except that some dishes are named with "Wicked", not until I've seen this Ex's Lasagna. That "Ex's" phrase sounds to be very bitter specially the description. Unfortunately, we were not able to try that. Maybe on our next visit. lol

Here's what we ordered that night.

taaadaaa.... Seafood Aglio. It was really good! Noodles were perfectly done and its not too oily. The tastgarlic do not over power the shrimp! yum. yum. yum
Their newest offering, Surf and Turf. Creamy mashed potato with steak and shrimp and mushroom gravy.
Then we had their Wicked Chicken. Well, not because its named after the resto name, its their best seller, it doesn't taste bad though. 

Wicked Chicken. Buffalo wings/tenders + blue cheese dip + celery sauce on the side + just right/ wickedly hot. eheeemmmm... It's not really hot...

Over all wicked kitchen offers basic cuisine but puts a good standard to their menu at a reasonable price. It's a place that I want to go back to eat pasta and chips and be without thinking too fancy. xx

Seafood Algio Olio PhP 199.00
Surf n' Turf PhP 349.00
Wicked Wings PhP 195.00

Wicked Kitchen
2F 189 Maginhawa street, Teachers Village , Quezon City
Tel no. (02) 512- 14-97

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Delivers via Quick Delivery. 
Call 212-12-12 for details.