The first thing that came to mind when hubby suggested we dined at Pound by Todd English at SM Megamall was that it’s expensive, what with its chic and elegant interiors that some might actually find intimidating. Upon checking their menu, however, I realized that their food offerings are not so pricey after all.
Their Chicken Winglets Sampler makes for a nice starter. With three flavors in one platter (Sweet Chili, Garlic Parmesan, Classic Buffalo), I’m sure you’ll find one that will interest you. For me, it’s the Garlic Parmesan, followed by the Classic Buffalo.
For someone who loves French fries in all shapes and sizes, these Good Ol’ Fries dipped in ketchup are already sufficient for our tween son. These and some Chicken Winglets, and his dinner is solved!
Hubby ordered this juicy and meaty Backyard Cheeseburger. It has house ground beef patty, cheddar cheese, iceberg lettuce, tomato and onions. The egg on top is just extra order because he wants his burger that way. Next time, I will.
I settled for this Sizzling Pound Moco, which could be either beef or chicken, with garlic rice, peppercorn gravy and sunny-side up egg. Nothing extra special about this, just breaded chicken served on a sizzling plate. I actually wished I ordered beef, instead of chicken, so that I’d have a taste of their succulent beef patty.
After having dined at Pound by Todd English for the very first time, I came to the conclusion that while it’s a classy restaurant, it’s not really intimidating to get inside as soon as you realize that the prices of their menu items are quite reasonable. We’d love to drop in again soon.
Pound by Todd English
2/F Mega Fashion Hall