TGI Fridays: All-New Good Foods To Thank God For!

New look, new foods!

? TGI Fridays – ❤️❤️❤️❤️?

? SM Mall of Asia Entertainment Mall, Pasay City


It’s been a while since we’ve visited any of TGI Fridays’ branches. We’re really into finding new restaurants, we forgot the classics that already have passed the test of time. With a brand new aura, we’ve had a good lunch at TGI Fridays.

Mall of Asia Complex is a maze. It’s a good thing they have signage like this along the way. We’ve seen around 2-3 in the area.

TGI Fridays somehow ditched the red and white stripes for their exterior and went to a sleek and modern look.

Their Mall of Asia branch boasts a huge facade, and even a bigger interior. The place is very comforting and inviting. Plus, there are lots of TV screens all over, perfect for long night dates.

At this point, people should already have their favorites as TGI Fridays has been serving us for many years now. Now, they introduced fresh new foods curated well to add some spice to their well-loved classics. Check out their newest offerings:

Peach and Cheese Salad (P345) – lots of greens with lots of peaches and cheese on top. Healthy greens with a sweet and sour treat!

Caesar and Kale Salad (P325) – same as the above, but the peaches were grapes instead, good number of grapes tbh.

Scallops and Scampi (P575) – This generous plate of scallops and prawns was the delight of the afternoon. It was tossed in an oil-based spaghetti pasta with a little zest and garlic punch.

Savory Pork Loin (P395) – an odd combination of pasta and steak. We find the steak very tasty and tender. However, the pasta was too bland. We think if would have been better if they added more cream to the pasta.

Slow Braised Beef Cheeks (P595) – one of our favorites! We love the beef cheeks, and we love the sauce even more! But, we wished they threw in more chunks, considering the hefty price. Nonetheless, we enjoyed this a lot.

East Cali Fillet (P350) – a huge smooth-coated fish fillet drowned in a zesty sauce. The sauce was flavorful, a nice compliment to the natural spices added to the fish.

6 Spice Chicken (P450) – two big parts of fried chicken, cooked with 6 spices as the name implies. TGI Fridays did it perfect this time! We never thought we’d like fried chicken like this before. The inside was very juicy and the outside was seamlessly crisp.

Strawberry Milkshake (P195) – strawberries inside and out! They’ve put in fresh strawberry puree on top of the glass, which prettified the drink at first. However, as the time progress, it drenches down making the glass too sticky to hold.

Double Chocolate Milkshake (P265) – the heaviest milkshake we’ve tried to date! We adore how thick it was. But to be honest, one of us didn’t finish it. It was more like good for two persons already.

Mango Toffee (P295) – diced mangoes inside a toffee-flavored crust cup, topped with one huge vanilla scoop, drizzled with caramel sauce, and drenched with mango-flavored syrup on top.

Salted Caramel Cheesecake (P285) – simple cheesecake with a very thick consistency drizzled with  caramel sauce.

Mocha Mud Pie (P365) –a huge chuck of ice cream topped with pecan and scooped over an oozing mocha fudge.

Oreo Madness (P345) – vanilla ice cream sandwiched in two Oreo disks, also drizzled in caramel plus chocolate sauce. We got to eat a lot of this one! So good!

To compliment these new foods, they’ve come up with new drinks as well. These bar babies are just a little over a hundred bucks. So more reasons to go back to TGI Fridays!

Value for money: Some items are too expensive yet some are worth the splurge.

#DateForTwo at TGI Fridays

Note: Actual prices and details might change without prior notice. Price posted does not include discounts and other charges, unless stated otherwise. Photos are all owned and captured by the page owners.

TGI Fridays Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

TGI Fridays: All-New Good Foods To Thank God For!

2 thoughts on “TGI Fridays: All-New Good Foods To Thank God For!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to top