I have to be honest, I was decidedly dazed when we went to dine at Pepper & Peppers. I must have left my brains at the Xcelerator Camp since I had just gotten engaged a few minutes before heading down for Pepper & Peppers. I barely remember getting in Drew's SUV, picking up Juned, Maki and Manolo at Casa Leticia and finally getting myself in Pepper & Peppers. I do remember though that the owner is a very pretty lady! (So sorry I was on cloud 9 during lunch).
Pepper & Peppers superstar is the iberian chicken. I could only sniff the heavenly smell and keep myself from drooling all over the baked chicken, while I enviously watched my fiance, Jayvee, Fritz and Drew sample the chicken. (I have unfortunately developed an allergy for chicken). If you plan to eat the iberian chicken better pre-order it 2 hours before going to the resto.
I absolutely loved the tender spare-ribs and I think that's what I ate the most while we were there (thanks to Drew who just kept putting `em on my plate!).
The fish fillet was also great (not so sure if that's what this is called) and it's very tasty.
Pepper & Peppers
Jacinto ext. (near Bangko Sentral)
Must haves: iberian chicken and spare ribs
Can do without: sisig (it's okay, but I found it a bit dry)
Price range: PhP250 is safe
The Lakwatsera's Rating: must have the spare ribs again!