Streetfood with Attitude: Chef Arch’s Lime got some wowza-filled food you would always find yourself saying yes to!

“Streetfood na pinasosyal”, that is what they are known for, so if you have always been skeptical about eating or even just trying out streetfood, then good thing Chef Arch’s Lime is serving up streetfood with an attitude and it is more than just good.

Chef Arch’s Lime has been turning hangry tummies into satisfied, happy ones for years now and almost everyone who has tried dining with them would be able to vouch for how their dishes are exceptionally good considering what they are offering are quality Pinoy comfort food leveled up even more.

With a dining space that is of al fresco, truly this awesome restaurant is the perfect place to finally munch on those streetfood without the health scare you have always been anxious about.

Street Style BBQ Platter (Php 250)
Quail Egg Tempura (Php 150)
Chicharon Bulaklak and Isaw Pizza (Php 290)

Of course, kickstarting your ultimate leveled up streetfood and Pinoy comfort food extravaganza, the Street Style BBQ Platter (Php 250), the Lime BBQ Pork Belly Skewers (Php 220), the Quail Egg Tempura (Php 150), and the Chicharon Bulaklak and Isaw Pizza (Php 290) are a few of the nomnoms to easily munch over casual chit-chats here at Chef Arch’s Lime.

Thrice Cooked Lechon Bagnet (Php 400)
Four Cheese Kaldereta (Php 320)
OssoBucco KareKare (Php 280)
Street Style Back Ribs (Php 240)

After having your taste buds teased by amped up, delicious tusok-tusok delicacies, have a fill of satisfying and drool-worthy classic Pinoy faves such as the Thrice Cooked Lechon Bagnet (Php 400), the Four Cheese Kaldereta (Php 320), the OssoBucco KareKare (Php 280), and the Street Style Back Ribs (Php 240) that are certainly meatastically sumptuous!

Binondo Style Pancit Canton (Php 300)
Creamy Garlic Tuyo Pasta (Php 250)

Follow those with some delectable slurp shenanigans by having their noodle dishes like Binondo Style Pancit Canton (Php 300) and the Creamy Garlic Tuyo Pasta (Php 250) that is just oozing with flavor and overloaded with toppings!

Scramble (Php 70)

For when you feel like wanting a bit of sugar rush just like the one you have back in your childhood, don’t be shy and grab yourself a lip-smacking good glass of Scramble (Php 70) and have that sweet spot of yours deliciously hit.

And no doubt a great pair to any streetfood and Pinoy comfort food are some drinks to somehow shoo the stress away. Chef Arch’s Lime has some perf-for-chill-time drinks such as the Deepest Blue (Php 100) which is of tequila and lime and the License to Chill (Php 100) which is of vodka and pineapple.

Undeniably, dining at Chef Arch’s Lime is such a spectacular experience as not only is the food full of pazzazz when it comes to taste and looks, but also the place will drive you to enjoy a good time as the vibes are of home and coziness.

Follow Chef Arch Lime StreetFood Na Pinasosyal on their Social Media Pages below:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chefarchslime/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chefarchslime/

Address: 160 San Rafael St, Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila

Contact Number: (02) 400 2268

Hours of Operation: Mondays to Sundays, 12AM to 2PM, 6PM to 12AM

One thought on “Streetfood with Attitude: Chef Arch’s Lime got some wowza-filled food you would always find yourself saying yes to!

  1. Food looks appetizing especially Chicharon Bulaklak and Isaw Pizza! Loved the twists they did on street foods. Would love to try this resto soon! 🙂

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