December 13, 2017

Pound by Todd English

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  • Stepping up the game of the burgers scene, Pound by Todd English has definitely filled the spot of the best burgers in Metro Manila. A spin-off from Todd English Food Hall’s burger station, Foodie Global Inc. has managed to bring the imported brand for locals to enjoy burgers and sliders. Its flagship branch in Bonifacio Global City led to more branches spread out in Metro Manila.

    Pound by Todd English will be your newest hang-out spots with friends

    Black and white meets leather and wood for their interiors

    The restaurant has a speakeasy vibe that may attract a lot of passersby, think of it as James Bond’s decorated the entire place; the leather seatings adds that classy touch. Pound serves uncomplicated-looking burgers with complex flavors. From their sliders down to their burgers, everything is made fresh and with an emphasis on premium quality.

    The Backyard Cheeseburger, Double (Php 380)

    Pound for Pound (Php 195)

    Don’t get intimidated by their burgers as they are all budget friendly, compared to the other burger joints; Pound is affordable and doesn’t miss out on its flavors. The Backyard Cheeseburger Double (Php 380) is a must try! If you’re feeling adventurous and want to try all the flavors of their sliders, they offer Pound for Pound (Php 195), a sampler of there three sliders.

    Bacon Poutine (Php 210)

    Onion Hay Hack Php 90

    Pound’s sides are also worth every penny, just like their Bacon Poutine (Php 210), Onion Hay Hack (Php 90), and Truffle French Beans (Php 120). If you’re up for something different, they also offer secret menus, just feel free to order it to the servers. Aside from their well-thought menu Pound takes pride in their Opening Promos when a new branch opens, where a customer can pay what they want in any amount for their meals.

                 
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