Kangaroo Jack info
Kangaroo Jack, Ermita timings
Cost and prices at Kangaroo Jack, Manila Philippines
Kangaroo Jack buffet price
User Reviews for Kangaroo Jack
Just got out from the office and feeling hungry, we went on looking for a delicious food to munch on. We came to pass by Kangaroo Jack, the place is packed with people. Intrigued by their P239 pesos eat-all-you can promo, we decided to try it.
Oh, by the way, Kangaroo Jack is an outback style restaurant. Boomerangs were displayed on the ceiling and their wall was painted with kangaroos.
Their promo offers callos, chicken adobo, sweet and sour meatballs (imagine eating in an outback concept restaurant offering a callos and chicken adobo and sweet and sour meatballs? What is that?) with Java and steamed rice.
The only viand that I liked was their fish fillet, it is crunchy but I don't think it is good to be paired with gravy. They have pesto pasta that tasted so bland.
Their desserts were unappealing tasteless to that matter. They have a coffee jelly that doesn't taste coffee, a pine apple jelly that doesn't have any taste at all. Their banana fritters has more wrapper than the banana itself. Their juice is a commercialized concentrated drink but then I like their red tea
Maybe it will take us long to go back in this restaurant!
We were initially intrigued by its set up and it being one of the more commonly known Aussie grill places in the city. Place was packed, mostly families feasting on burgers & pasta....Wait a minute...Burgers & Pasta as centerpiece?? I thought this was supposed to be an outback joint? BBQ place?
The family decided to satisfy its curiosity, took the corner table & started browsin' thru their wide menu...Yeah fair enough, an outback inspired family restaurant.
We adhered to its concept by askin' for a helping of their All BBQ platter... Service was quite on the slow side, took about 30 mins or more for the food to come
Platter came and I must say that presentation was funky, somewhat similar to that seafood island concept. Grill items & a mountainesque heap of Java rice sat lusciously on a music bed of banana leaves. Prepped up to be a supposed boodle fight
The Chicken BBQ was too dry & the char was very light...weird. Marinade was quite bland & could've used a lil more spice or tang. I liked the eggplant concept as it came sweet and complemented the flavors of the grills. There was some form of salsa which tastef ok and likewise went well with the bbq. Grilled pork chops had good burn marks & came quite tasty. The sauce that went with it was the only semblance of outback I was lookin' for. The Java rice was crazy good! I even went without any if the grills in the end and focused on the rice! Uncertain if what the make up was. Quite pricy considering that grills fell below expectations. Slow service & staff are inattentive
Related to Kangaroo Jack, Ermita
Restaurants in Popular Locations around ErmitaIntramuros restaurants, Paco restaurants, Quiapo restaurants, San Miguel restaurants
Frequent searches leading to this page
Statistics for Kangaroo Jack, Ermita
Page last updated on: