After asking the waiter of their house specialties, we decided to feast on St. Louise Baby Back Ribs (2 slabs) shared among us four and we ordered one steak for each of us. Hahaha! We are not really that hungry but better to taste their steaks!
Mom and I got an order of Certified Angus Chuck Steak. It goes with a serving of garden salad and a choice of soup. I got onion soup while mom got clam chowder. The other option was the soup of the day: Pumpkin Soup. It also goes with a gravy to top your steak.
Certified Angus Chuck Steak
On the otherhand, Mamita got peppered steak while Ron ordered Angus Butcher Steak. Both steak were served with rice.
All steak were cooked medium rare because it won't be as juicy and tender if it is well done. Also, meat would tend to be chewy if well cooked. I love my Angus Chuck Steak. The rich flavor of the herbs and spices were there and the meat was so tender. Mamita's Pepper steak was a hands down. If pepper explosion happens, it did in my mouth after I had a slice of the meat covered in ground black pepper. Ron's Butcher Steak is a so-so.
The Back Ribs is one of the best I have tasted so far in terms of this dish. The taste is similar to that of Racks but definitely at a less expensive rate. The barbeque sauce for the ribs is a correct mix of sweet and spicy. The pork is so tender it easy falls off the ribs. The dish is served with Laing (camote leaves cooked in coconut milk), buttered mixed vegetables and potato salad.
St. Louise 2-Slab Back Ribs
I enjoyed my experience at ANB. The food tastes delectable. The serving is in good proportion. You won't regret paying for the food they will serve.
I believe everyone deserves a steak and you better get yours at Anak ng Baka.
Anak ng Baka
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