Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria at SM Megamall

The last time we went there, the restaurant was still called Boqueria Restaurante Chocolateria. Now, it’s called Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria, a business decision according to their waitstaff. With the change in name comes the addition of new dishes to their menu, too.

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Classic Churros (5 pcs.), Php108.00 and Dark Chocolate Dip (Medium), Php108.00

We’re supposed to have churros for desserts, but our son simply couldn’t wait, so we had Classic Churros with dark chocolate dip first. The churros were fresh, hot and crunchy, and the dark chocolate dip was perfect; it was rich, luscious and not too sweet.

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Pollo Iberico, Php378.00

This Pollo Iberico is chicken that has been slow-baked for 3.5 hours with olive oil, garlic, herbs and spices. Is it tender? Yes, super tender! It’s also mildly flavored and slightly spicy.

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Caldereta de Cabrito, Php698.00

Caldereta de Cabrito is like Beef Caldereta, except that it used goat meat. Hubby and I actually liked this better than the Pollo Iberico because it’s more flavorful. It’s also a bit spicy.

We’re definitely coming back to Alqueria to try their Chocolate Churros, Paella and Cochinillo.

Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria
3rd Level, Mega Fashion Hall
SM Megamall
Mandaluyong City

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12 Responses to Alqueria Restaurante y Chocolateria at SM Megamall

  1. Nova says:

    the name of the resto is quite too long and I have to say I won’t be able to remember it…however, the food looks good and they definitely added a twist on it.

  2. The churros looks very delish. I never try it. I hope I can try it someday if I visit the Philippines.

  3. The churros looks very delish. I never try it. I hope I can try it someday if I visit the Philippines.

  4. Caldereta de Cabrito sounds interesting! we love spicy dishes so this is a must try. Along with that Paella of course. Oh it’s been awhile..

  5. Jackie says:

    I agree with Nora. I just read the post but already can’t remember the name! Haha I’ll have to bookmark this site so that I know what resto to go to when I visit Megamall again!
    The churros look sooo yummy though!

  6. Maan says:

    Every dish looks delicious! Caldereta de Cabrito is the same as calderetang kambing then? By the way, I hope you had a blast in Palawan!

  7. Vance says:

    Wow! Seeing both churros and pollo iberico are enough for me to come and visit the place!

  8. Caldereta de Cabrito looks delicious =) This interests me too.

  9. Caldereta de Cabrito looks delish. Makes me remember kalderetang kambing.

  10. Millie says:

    Anything Caldereta, I like! Why? because, I cannot perfect it.. 🙁 Hmmm not bad for the price, too. At least it’s still manageable to get there (Mandaluyong). I will give it a try.

  11. Mommy Levy says:

    The Churros looks yummy and I want to try that Caldereta too. I’ll check if they have a branch here at Alabang.

  12. The food looks good. Parang gusto ko tuloy bigla mag-Churros!

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