Back during my NSTP days, I went with some people from my NSTP group to dine at Brickfire, a steakhouse and American restaurant. I do not remember what I ordered back then but somehow the name of the restaurant really stuck which is why a couple of months ago, I decided to give it a try again for good time’s sake. Upon my second try at Brickfire, I realized what I was missing out on Brickfire. Apparently, I had overlooked their large portioned steaks at affordable prices.

Oven-roasted steaks and chops at Brickfire.

Their Cowgirl Annie steaks cost 164 pesos each inclusive of rice, sauce, corn and carrots. You can add 45 pesos to avail of their bottomless iced tea or cola, rice all you can or soup all you can. You can avail of all three but doing so will incur you 45 pesos for each add-on. Their steaks come in original, wasabi and honey mustard.

Personally, I preferred the honey mustard over the original flavor, maybe because I found the honey mustard sweeter than the original. I liked its sauce better as well.

Their jalapeno cheese sticks (75 pesos) were crispy and spicy. If you are not a fan of spicy food then watch out!

Their cheesy nachos and fries (160 pesos) are perfect for sharing. This dish is also topped with ground beef.

I am wearing my all-time favorite floral kimono in this food post, you can also find this floral kimono in my Milanoo outfit post. Oh, and Brickfire is located at the second floor of Esteban Abada street, Rosa Alvero corner, Quezon City. By the way, Esteban Abada street is parallel to Katipunan Avenue.