Food Tripping at Subic- Xtremely Xpresso

Another entry about our food trip last month. As I mentioned in my previous entry, we enjoy eating that we do feel A NEED to try and taste the food that we can’t find or aren’t available in Manila. So another restaurant that we enjoyed staying at is Xtremely Xpresso.
The last time we went to Xtremely Xpresso, we ordered their Big Ben pizza, which was a huge huge number. We were with my friend Diana, and we chomped on the pizza and finished them all. I’ll try to post a photo later on of Big Ben and how big it was.
This time around, we tried their main course.
I ordered: Stuffed Pork Chops (P180)
It was pretty good. I liked that they put gravy in the middle. I chose to get garlic rice, but I think it didn’t work. I should have stayed with plain rice because the taste was all mixed up. I was so full after this meal. The porkchop was huge and smothered with gravy!
H ordered: Baby Back Ribs (P190)
I think H liked his food too. The sauce of the baby back ribs was just right, plus the meat was very tender! Two thumbs up!
It’s pretty surprising that their food is relatively cheap. And it’s a big big serving, not the usual “We try to be a fine dining restaurant so our food is expensive.” P180-190? Here in Manila, that’s just the ulam. Right?
For dessert, we got Grandma’s Chocolate Cake (P90)
This cake we didn’t like so much. The cake was dry. As H said, the icing was the only good thing about this cake. ‘Nuff said.
Overall, we’ll come back to Xtremely Xpresso. I’ve tried their drinks as well. I liked the Iced Mocha and Iced Choco. And if you’re too thirsty, grab yourself a Refillable Iced Tea or Lemonade. Yum! Now, I’m thirsty! Haha!
Xtremely Xpresso
Dewey Avenue, Sta. Rita, Subic Bay Freeport Zone