We’re regular diners of Sizzling Pepper Steak but ironically, I seem to forget to blog about it. You see, I’m not a fan of sizzling plates, not until Pepper Lunch arrived, and Sizzling Pepper Steak.
One thing I like about Sizzling Pepper Steak is their modern asian interiors, unlike PL’s fastfood ambiance. Some SPS branches in malls already have comfort rooms so you don’t have to walk around the mall and then go back to eat.
They have a cool ordering system, you’ll be given an order sheet and you’ll mark your orders, once ready, just flip the Stop/Go sign and their staff will approach you. You can also flip these when you need to call the attention of the staff.
Just like PL, you have to cook the meat and mix it with rice before you can enjoy your sizzling meal. Another edge of Sizzling Pepper Steak over Pepper Lunch is that you can choose the sauce that comes with your dish. They have plenty of sauces to choose from but Jeff and I like their Diablo Sauce, a tomato-based sauce with a kick of spice.
I’m not happy with my Oyako Pepper Rice, made of chicken cubes with egg. It’s not served sizzling and there’s too much going on in the plate. So whenever we eat here, we always order Pork Pepper Rice and their Beef Pepper Rice.
Aside from the ambiance, the food and the sauces, Sizzling Pepper Steak’s customer service is superb, we always have a happy dining experience here. Staffs are always smiling and always attentive to our needs.
Sizzling Pepper Steak branches that we already visited are Megamall, SM North Edsa, Trinoma and Festival Supermall Alabang.