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Gerry's Grill: The Perfect "Belly Warmers" this Rainy Season!

Nilagang Bulalo
Nilagang Bulalo

Sinigang na Hipon
Sinigang na Hipon

The perfect-belly warmer during the rainy season Gerry’s Grill soup comforts, and warms even the soul. While a few of its variety contains a lot less calories than the main dish, they aren’t any less nutritious or filling. Enjoyed solo this hearty Pinoy fare is the perfect prelude to Gerry’s other tasty offers. Served hot and fresh this menu item is tempting thus impossible to dismiss.

Choose from among Gerry’s Soup selections: Nido Soup, Nilagang Bulalo, Sinigang na Baboy, Molo, Sinigang na Bangus Belly, at Sinigang na Isda (Catch of the Day).

A ‘Must-Go-To’ Resto
Foodies can never go wrong. Homegrown chain Gerry’s Grill topped’s “Restaurants in the Philippines” list in 2013 as well as the year prior to it.

With at least 60 branches nationwide along with its growing network of stores found overseas (US, Singapore, and Qatar) guests are unanimous in saying ‘You’d rather be at Gerrys!” 

Gerry’s, which bested 90 others for the top spot, scored high on the areas of food, atmosphere, and service. The restaurant has also earned the number one spot in “Things to do in Manila”.

The marked number of guests which visit our branches is a testimony to what Gerry’s is synonymous for – best-tasting Filipino dishes!,” says Gerry Apolinario, chief executive officer (CEO) and managing director of Prime Pacific Grill, Inc. (PPGI), operator of Gerry’s Grill.

On its 16 years of operations Gerry’s has expanded to more locations – particularly in key cities around the country; among them Boracay, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, and Baguio.

Wherever Gerry’s is, Apolinario guarantees that the food maintains its high-quality taste. “Whatever the time or occasion may be, we serve excellent Filipino food cooked to satisfy the most discerning of palates.” Among Gerry’s signature offers include Grilled Squid, Crispy Pata, Sisig, and Kare-Kare

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