Since I resigned from Sydney Hotel in 2005, I think I have only had dinner at Rooftop Grill once. So it was good to come back to the restaurant after a long time.
It basically hasn’t changed. Still the same decors, tables, chairs, waiters. Good thing the food has also been the same: YUMMY!
Rooftop Grill is, for me, the best place to go to if you want to impress your guests with grilled seafoods or pork belly or sizzling fish fillets or tinola or sinigang na isda. I really, really like the way food is cooked here I admit the food is pricey but hey!, it’s in a hotel. Also, the place and the service is worth it.
We, my husband kids and our moms, went to Rooftop Grill as sort of a welcome dinner for my mother-in-law who came to visit us. We ordered embao/imbao soup, sizzling diana, grilled pork belly (a favorite) and adobong pusit.
One thing though that I don’t like about the restaurant is the singer. Yup, never liked folk songs, sorry.
However, all in all, our dinner went really great. Rooftop Grill is a classic, I believe, so the next time you are taking out some guests for dinner, bring them to the Rooftop Grill.