Cajun Red Rock (151 Level 3 Mega Atrium, SM Megamall)

PhotoGrid_1375971237561Date visited: July 2013

What we ate:

Ribs and Jack Wings Treat, Red Rock Cob and Corn and Creole Chicken Pasta

 

Taste = 4.5/5

–          The servings were surprisingly large. We had to zoom out just to capture everything on the plate. The ribs were tender and were on the sweet side but not spicy which was strange since it was supposed to be Cajun. Nevertheless, it was still good. The Wings were spicy and sour which, for some reason, made us want to eat more of it. The corn was sweet but not really any different from good sweet corn. The salad was named Red Rock Cob and Corn but it was strange to me because there were more veggies than corn but it was good according to Lyn because of the generous crisp nachos in the salad and the tangy dressing. The Chicken Pasta was creamy and I mean really creamy. That was not my type of pasta but Lyn really enjoyed it. It had generous amounts of chicken fillet, bell peppers and lots of sweet-tasting cream.

 

Service = 4.5/5

–          The servers were very nice and provided fast service. They were very attentive and the food was served promptly.

 

Ambience = 4/5

–          The place had an indoor dining area but it was cramped even if it was only half full. The al fresco area was better but the noise of the mall was sometimes too distracting.

 

Value for money = 4.5/5

–          Considering the large serving sizes and good taste of their food, the prices they charged were reasonable. We had plenty of leftovers because of the generous serving sizes.

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6 thoughts on “Cajun Red Rock (151 Level 3 Mega Atrium, SM Megamall)

  1. lmjapan says:

    I find that many of the Cajun restaurants here in So Cal also give big servings. I think it’s one of those cuisines where you get down and dirty and eat until your stomach is ready to split at the seams! I haven’t had good Cajun BBQ in quite some time and your post is really putting me in the mood for some, mmm ribs, wings, and corn. Lately, the kind of Cajun food that’s popular around here is the crawfish boil. Do you have any of those restaurants nearby you?

    • rey & lyn says:

      I totally agree! I had to adjust my belt after eating. Some restaurants here offer shellfish in buckets and “boiling bags”. I don’t think they’re the same with the crawfish boil since some of the flavorings in the shellfish here can vary a lot depending on the restaurant and the seafood they cook doesn’t usually involve crawfish. I hope to try that crawfish boil someday! 🙂

      • lmjapan says:

        The crawfish boil restaurants here use the “boiling bags” as well. And even though they all offer crawfish, lots of people go with the shrimp and crabs and clams instead. Crawfish is a lot of messy work for very little meat! The bags are stuffed with your choice of seafood and then sausages and potatoes and corn are usually added to it. You can pick from a variety of sauces including regular Cajun or garlic butter or lemon pepper, etc. After describing all that to you, I’m seriously craving it myself lol!

      • rey & lyn says:

        Well in that case, then I’m happy that someone from the US probably brought the idea here! 🙂 I will try the boiling bag and hopefully the taste would be similar! I agree that crawfish takes too much effort for very little meat. Garlic butter crabs…. now that sounds so delicious!

    • rey & lyn says:

      Thank you very much! The wings and ribs were really good. You reminded me of corn and it has been a long time since I had one. I’m craving one now. hehehe. 🙂

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