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Daily: 12:00 - 22:00

$17 based on 3 reviews
This newly opened and perpetually busy 100-seat branch on Cuppage Road, Gerry’s Grill finally has room to flex its muscles. Popular in Manila for inihaw, dishes grilled on charcoal and ordered as bar chow, here the meat is grilled on a gas grill.
candy girl • 12 May 2013139 reviews 3 followers

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 We ordered some deep fried chicken, some grilled squid, the sizzling kangkong and shredded pork. I have to say, it really requires an acquired taste to truly enjoy the food here. Perhaps it's the way the food is cooked or the spices used, but everything tastes kind of sour. As I've never tried Filipino food before, I'm really curious as to whether the usual Filipino food has this interesting sour...

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candy girl • 12 May 2013139 reviews 3 followers

Full post and pictures at toseetofeeltoeat 
 
 
 We ordered some deep fried chicken, some grilled squid, the sizzling kangkong and shredded pork. I have to say, it really requires an acquired taste to truly enjoy the food here. Perhaps it's the way the food is cooked or the spices used, but everything tastes kind of sour. As I've never tried Filipino food before, I'm really curious as to whether the usual Filipino food has this interesting sour...

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ice • 26 May 20128 reviews 0 followers

Gerry's Grill has 47 branches in the Philippines.

Good food and reasonably priced.

Menu is not as big compared to their branches in the Philippines but all the important items (like the pork sisig) is available here...

*****

If you have instagram photos of Gerry's Grill, please tag them #gerrysingapore

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Jaczie Lo • 24 Feb 20122 reviews 0 followers

I brought 5 Singaporean friends to eat some pinoy food. Some of them have tried 7107 (Marina Square) and Bonifacio (Tanjong Pagar) in the past. Since Gerry's was a staple for me back in Manila, I was excited to get them to try what I consider a staple in my Manila list of where to eat.
 
Inihaw na Pusit (grilled squid) -- what a crowd pleaser! Everyone loved the sweet, salty taste of the squid. It was grilled well,...

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