Wilson street in Greenhills area has been one of my favorite stop-over for delicious food.Â Once we went to Luna and enjoyed the Filipino-Spanish fusion cuisine there.Â Fran, a foodie, recommended us to visit â€œEverything at Steakâ€ for a very delicious experience at a very affordable price, without the quality of taste being compromised. (Now that is unique!)
One day, we searched for this place along P. Guevarra street in San Juan.Â It was traffic.Â Good thing it was, for if not, we would have missed this restaurant, situated at a gas station!
Coming from Greenhills shopping mall, make your way to Wilson street.Â Turn right at P. Guevarra and look for Petron station at the left side.Â There youâ€™ll see Everything at Steak situated.Â In front of the restaurant is North Park.
The Place and the Ambiance
The restaurant is pretty small and chic.Â The theme of the place is Pastel colors of yellow, orange and green making the ambiance look clean and leaving you to feel comfortable.
Really Delicious Affordable Food
Where do I start?!?
We started ordering the Moo Fries as our appetizer.Â The pictures looked really appetizing and we couldnâ€™t wait like little kids to judge if the pictures justify themselves.Â The Moo Fries arrived and we could smell the melted cheese and spices!Â My stomach initially churned like it immediately went on an â€œemergency-hungriness-must-eat-now-mode.â€Â BUT!!! I am a professional blogger and it is a must to take pictures first before eating!!!Â This made my tummy very very angryâ€¦ I mean hungryâ€¦ but I must tame it downâ€¦
Alas! Picture taking was over and I finally had a bit of the fries with the very special meat sauceâ€¦ WHAPPPAAAAKKK!!!! I almost fainted as I was overwhelmed by the perfect texture of the fries and the taste of the cheese-yoghurt-tomato-beef sauceâ€¦ *tears of joy* I recommend you to try this if you visit this place.Â They put it in a big bowl good for sharing for 2 â€“ 3 people and it only costs P120.Â (If you are being greedy you can have it all by yourself :P)
Moo Fries P120 (USD 2.5)
Vince was craving for some soup and he found his perfect match!Â He ordered the Country Squash soup.Â The soup is made up of freshly pureed squash and vegetables for a very country experience.Â It is served with garlic French toast topped with bacon bits and melted cheese.Â Now isnâ€™t that an eye-candy.Â Vince and I loved the texture and the art of which it was presented.Â The taste was good as well as it is not too salty or sweet or blandâ€¦ It was just right.Â This is good for sharing too.Â One person might have too much of this when he/she eats it alone.
Country Squash Soup P95 (USD 2)
Next came the main dish.Â Itâ€™s actually a set.Â You can enjoy one whole meal from P185 â€“ P220.Â The steak set includes your choice of steak cut with your preferred flavor, the gravy, rice and a generous amount of side dish (you have a lot to choose from!)Â It is very flexible really.Â You get to choose which steak partâ€¦ the way it was prepared (marinade or peppered) the side dish and the gravy!
Vince ordered the Original Marinade Rib Eye steak (medium rare) served with original mushroom gravy with rice and a generous amount of mac n’ cheese siding all for P195 (USD 4).Â He has a classic taste to everything and he loves everything simple and basic.Â Nothing beats the Classic tastesâ€¦ this combo is a sure winner especially if your stomach is not so adventurous and it doesnâ€™t want more spice or anything.
Original Marinade Rib Eye with original mushroom gravy with rice and a generous amount of mac n’ cheese siding all for P195 (USD 4)
I love simple and classic taste too, but I ordered a different combo so that we can compare.Â I tried the New Orlean Rub Rib Eye (well done) served with Country Style gravy with rice and a generous amount of meatball pasta.Â The New Orlean flavor actually gives the steak a more â€œgrilledâ€ and â€œpepperyâ€ taste.Â The waitress told me that the best gravy for this is the Country Style gravy.Â It was pretty good indeed and it has more spice and more flavor than the Classic mix.
New Orlean Rub Rib Eye (well done) served with Country Style gravy with rice and a generous amount of meatball pasta. P195 (USD 4)
So hereâ€™s the breakdown for two people.
Steak Meal â€“ ClassicÂ Â Â Â Â P195
Steak Meal â€“ CountryÂ Â Â P195
Moo FriesÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â P120
Country Squash SoupÂ Â P 95
TOTALÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â P 605
P 300 per person!!! and our stomachs were really really full by then that I had to take out half of my steak and 3/4 of my meatball pasta!Â **faints** what a total FOODGASM!!!
The bill does not include service charge so make sure to leave some tip if youâ€™re happy 🙂
More Pictures of the Food and Gallery
Meatball Pasta â€“ tastes like mac nâ€™ cheese but with a tasty meatball
New Orlean Rub Rib Eye steak (well done)
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Other Blog posts
Everything at STEAK (best steak house in Manila) â€“ a video coverage by WhenInManila.com
Everything At Steak by shopcrazy.com.ph
Everything At Steak by man-mecha-monster.blogspot.com
Everything At Steak by tripkolang.com
Name of venue: Everything at STEAK
Address: 5 P. Guevarra St. (corner V. Cruz ),Â San Juan, Philippines (right next to the Petron gas station)
Phone Number: (63 2) 726-2386