Kitchen: Rediscovering good food

Kitchen in Greenbelt 3 has been around for ages, but I somehow always overlook it despite having eaten good food there before. It took a deal offer on Pakyaw, a local deal shopping site, for the restaurant to get my attention again. And fortunately so, because Kitchen offers a wide selection of interesting dishes which would require repeat visits to fully give justice to the restaurant’s repertoire.

Four Knots Pizza

The deal offered a choice between the Knot of Four Pizza and the Skewers Place, accompanied by two bottomless glasses of iced tea. Since I purchased two vouchers, we decided to try both pizza flavors. Kitchen’s Pizzas are thin and oval-shaped. Instead of the usual triangular slices, these were sliced into 2 to 3-inch thick strips.

Rolled Pizza

The Knot of Four features four types of cheese and is served with alfalfa sprouts and arugula. Perfect for rolling ala panizza. I’ve always been a fan of panizzas—the nutty bitterness that arugula adds to pizza is nothing short of magical so this was a win in my book. It would’ve been nice to have a bit of chili oil to drizzle in the roll though, instead of hot sauce.

Skewers Place Pizza

The other pizza we had was Skewers Place, a chicken barbecue pizza topped with three cheeses and some alfalfa sprouts. I don’t know if it’s meant to be rolled, but I rolled it anyway. I’m such a rebel. *rolls eyes* The barbecue sauce used on the chicken was a bit on the sweet side, giving the whole pizza a light but overpowering sweetness. Probably not something I’d order again, as I prefer my chicken barbecue pizzas more smokey than sweet.

Iced Tea

The iced tea we were offered was either the Cool It (Mint Iced Tea) or the Leaves of Grass (Pandan Iced Tea). Light and very refreshing, the pandan shone through in Leaves of Grass, giving the tea a pleasantly mellow fragrance. The Cool It was quite refreshing as well, with the chilly mint making it presence known in every sip. And here I thought we’d be getting a glass of sugary diluted iced tea powder.

Overall, Kitchen is a wonderful place to explore. Its interesting interiors and diffused lighting create a relaxing ambiance that soothes without making you sleepy. Plus, the wide array of wittily named dishes presents endless dining options for different cravings. It’s good to know that there are still reasonably priced restaurants with scores well in the ambiance and food departments in Greenbelt 3.

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9 Responses to Kitchen: Rediscovering good food

  1. Khursten says:

    I love Kitchen! I totally enjoy their Korean Barbecue there and has become one of my favorite places in GB3. Great food without losing an arm and a leg for it too!

  2. Looks good. Interesting as well that the pizza’s oval. But definitely love thin crusts! =)

  3. kaoko says:

    Interesting, will try that next time. What’s it served with?

    @The Average Jane
    Kinda reminds me of Cibo’s pizzas, with the shape and all. I guess they shaped it that way to make the servings more even and to make rolling easier?

  4. Guia Obsum says:

    Yeah, the pizza is like Cibo’s but the alfalfa sprouts remind me of Yellow Cab’s Dear Darla pizza which I like. I was just looking for a place to eat in Greenbelt 3 the other day. Where exactly is Kitchen located? :)

  5. kaoko says:

    I love Dear Darla, too! Added bonus, they have chili oil. 😛 Kaya I’m so looking forward to visiting C’s Italian because they say Chef Chris of C’s pioneered the panizza-style in the Philippines. Unfortunately, Pampanga’s so far from me. :(

    Oh, and Kitchen–it’s sandwiched beside Seattle’s Best and Cerveseria along the al fresco side on the ground floor of Greenbelt 3 :)

  6. Guia Obsum says:

    Thanks! I thought I remember seeing it somewhere before, I just couldn’t remember where exactly. Hehe! :)

  7. kaoko says:

    Glad to help, Guia! Enjoy your meal 😀

  8. toni says:

    It’s been so long since I’ve eaten there. Akala ko tuloy nawala na rin sya. Haha! Good to know it’s still there! I love their pandan iced tea.

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