30 November 2012
Food Trip: BRGR Project Taft
There’s a new baby! No, not a real one – – not a human one that is. BRGR Project of Maginhawa Street, Quezon City has a new baby, and it’s located in Manila!
BRGR Project of Quezon City celebrated the birth of its first franchise in the Grand Towers, Vito Cruz, Manila. Bloggers, writers, and photographers were invited to its press launch last September 2012.
Going to Manila was an adventure in itself. I never knew that Vitto Cruz was same as P. Ocampo Street. Talk about renaming streets – – old names and new names, hence poor old QC girl me drove along EDSA, turned right at Taft, and realized that I should have turned left somewhere when I was in front of the Philippine General Hospital.
U turn here. U turn there. U turn everywhere for an hour. Another road adventure continued.
After one hour of u-turning at all possible u-turn slots, after an hour of enjoying my road adventure, my gastronomic adventure would soon start at the Grand Towers. It finally started when I realized that Vitto Cruz was same as P. Ocampo street.
Fast forward to the gastro adventure.
Press Launch started with Ruben, Chris, and Chef Ed explaining the brief history of BRGR Project. Chris (middle of the picture) is the first franchisee of BRGR Project.
Steps were inclusive of the following. In true BRGR Project fashion, the make-your-own burger had 6 steps.
Step 1. Choose a BRGR (type of beef, number of patties, kind of patty).
Step 2. Choose a BUN.
Step 3. Choose a CHEESE.
Step 4. Choose your Premium Toppings.
Step 5. Choose your Basic Toppings.
Step 6. Choose a Sauce.
(Last Step. Name your BRGR. I always have the same BRGR – – the MyMai Mushroom Melt!)
Food Spot: BRGR: The Burger Project Taft
Address: Ground Floor, The Grand Towers, 760 P. Ocampo St. (Vito Cruz) Malate, Manila
Telephone Number: +63.916.235.3085
Budget: PHP 120 per person
Hours: Mon – Sun: 10:00 am – 12:00 am
More food travels listed here: https://mailovestoeatandtravel.wordpress.com/mymai-food-trip/
International trips listed here: https://mailovestoeatandtravel.wordpress.com/mymai-travel-its-fun-in-other-countries-too
But traveling is still more fun in the Philippines too: https://mailovestoeatandtravel.wordpress.com/mymai-more-fun-in-the-philippines
Hobbies galore listed too: https://mailovestoeatandtravel.wordpress.com/mymai-hobbies
Feel free to leave your comments.
Explore the world we live in,
Add me in Facebook: mailovestoeatandtravel