Published on August 9th, 2014 | by MckenzieD0
Mad Mark’s Creamery and Good Eats Review: Mad About Ice Cream and Steaks
Generally, everyone loves ice cream except if you are lactose intolerant. You can never go wrong with ice creams, whether it’s chocolate, coffee, mixed flavors, etc. it always brings smiles to faces in all ages. What if I tell you there is a shop wherein they make their own ice cream and on top of that they serve steaks?
Most of the person I know from Kapitolyo, Pasig would have guessed this place in a heartbeat – “Mad Mark’s Creamery.”
They started as an ice cream parlor, and one of their best sellers is the Half Baked Madagascar, since then their spot in Kapitolyo is gracing with all other food places and became a hangout of dairy lovers. The place is cozy, few tables and not to mention delicious ice cream. My love affair with Mad Marks started just with Half-Baked Madagascar ice cream. It went on to Salted Sumatra, Java Hot Chocolate and so on.I have tried almost all of their ice creams and every time I visit the place it never let me down. I have not at any time leave the place without a double scoop!
Years after this ice cream parlor turned into a sure hit restaurant. They threw in some salads, sandwiches, and oh my steaks. When you dine in and would like to try some of their entrees I suggest everyone’s favorite the “Signature Steak.” They use USDA Angus Strip loin grilled, you get to choose two side dishes and sauce for the steak.
I recommend Johnie Double Black sauce. It is made of barbecue sauce with Johnnie Double Black Scotch Whiskey absolutely mouthwatering. If the ice cream and steak did not entice you much, how about if I say the price for a sumptuous meal is less than Php 250.00 for 150g of steak?
If Kapitolyo Pasig is far from your place and cramped, stop by at their branch in Glorietta 5. I must say, dine when it is not lunch or dinner times the waiting queue can get crazy. This is a great place to bring friends or a date. I give this restaurant two thumbs up and still crossing my fingers that they can keep up with the demand without suffering the quality of good food and service.