Rancho Grill has 2 branches now in Las Pinas, one in BF Resort and the other one is in front of Southville International School along CAA Las Pinas. I was looking for a place to eat along CAA coz my favorite cafe Kapeng Mainit is closed when I passed by.

inside rancho grill

My vision of a grill and restaurant is rustic very manly interiors. Though their tables and chairs are made of wood (which is very manly and rustic) but combining with fake flower vases is totally unnecessary. I’m confused if this is a cafe or a steakhouse. Moving on with the food that I ordered is an all time Filipino breakfast meal.

rustic rancho grill

Last time I dine at Rancho Grill BF was like 3 years ago and I didn’t like all 3 dish that we ordered that night. So, I tried their Filipino meal – Danggit with fried rice and egg for less than Php 200.00 / USD 4.00. 

danggit with rice

rancho grill danggit

Danggit is not salty at all (just enough) however, the fried rice is not garlic fried rice at all when it’s supposed to be is and yet all I can taste with my rice is BUTTER which is so unpleasant to the saltiness of Danggit.

I asked one of their staff about the garlic fried rice and she said they really cooked it with butter. My 2nd time to dine in Rancho Grill has been a disappointment again. Apologies for being blatantly honest but I wish on my 3rd time to try here (if there will be) will be a total changer of my 2 past unpleasant dining experience.

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16 thoughts on “Rancho Grill Las Pinas”

    1. yep! dedicated to travel and food na 🙂

  1. Rebecca says:

    Woo! Looks yummy and very reasonably priced! Thanks for sharing! Will check it out if we go there one day 🙂

  2. The tables and chairs look nice but what to do with them if the food is not good! I am surprised that you are willing to give them a third chance. For me twice is enough!

    1. My friends have been telling me that their steak is good, so for the 3rd and last time I will try and if it fails me again, I am totally gonna call their attention – staff, cook, and manager

  3. Mia Foo says:

    hmm, i would think butter rice will taste heavenly? but perhaps the buttery flavour clashes with that of danggit (which i don’t really know what is it)? or perhaps butter flavouring is not exactly your cup of tea?

    1. I like butter but mixed with rice on this meals is way too much.

  4. Oh, sad to read about your experience. The danggit meal is pretty expensive for a probinsiyana like me who can buy 1/4 kilo of danggit in the market for only Php 150.

  5. I heard (or maybe read?) of Rancho Grill but I haven’t visited this yet. Now that I’m in the province, I read a lot of restaurants popping up all over the metro, and the list of places for me to try increases by the day! But with your review of Rancho Grill, maybe it’s fine to skip this one.

  6. Saminu Abass says:

    Nice experience I think. The arrangement of the table and chair looks good but mixing of butter with grains ouchhhh

  7. The interior is superb for grill restaurant and the ambiance too! I think, the food is great when you’ll experience the good side of this place. Try to explore more for this restaurant.

  8. Franc Ramon says:

    They do have big servings in their food. The Danggit also looks really tasty,

  9. Bhushavali says:

    Oh.. That is sad and that’s too bad!!

  10. Elizabeth O. says:

    Sorry you didn’t like your dining experience there. On the onset of the post it looks like a great place to eat in with family or friends, too bad the quality of the food doesn’t do it justice.

  11. Fred says:

    Why are you still considering to go there for a third time at all. For us, one bad experience is enough.

  12. nicol says:

    the food looks good but its such a shame that youve had a bad experience. i would have been put off for good

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