Stone Grill has become the family's favorite steak restaurant. We can't get enough of the tender and mouthwatering taste of wagyu beef...
The concept is good - hot stone to cook steak etc yourself - it depends on really great simple ingredients. First the service is kind of average, i ordered a bottle of Malbec from Argentine. They should me the cork because i guess their training send so but it was a synthetic plastic cork and so no need! You can't... More
Wagyu beef was tough. Their wagyu is from australia which i suppose is a cheaper source. Its incomparable to kobe beef from japan. And it was very expensive for Philippine standards. Service was relatively good probably in account of having so few customers the night we went. This is not a Morton's or a lawrys or a ruths Chris even... More
The restaurant’s floor layout was simple and elegant. Tables are covered with paper matts yet it looks neat. We started with their complimentary bread and butter together with their carrot soup. Likewise ordered gambas and they all taste ok. I ordered the Wagyu Rib Eye with King Prawns (yummy) while my officemates ordered the Wagyu Rib Eye with scallops and... More
Great experience. Your steak comes on a hot plate and you can cook it the way you like. We shared 3 different types so everyone can cut his piece and grill it to cook it the way he likes.
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