Basically you order from the counter, pay up, take a seat, and then wait. Kind of like fast-food style except that it's not instant -- they'll prepare and cook as you order. We had a few appetizers like Texan Style Nachos (P145, pictured above). Crunchy nachos were topped with cheese sauce and ground beef then served with a small bowl of salsa for dipping in the middle. The great thing about going out with foodie friends is you can kidnap their food. I got these from Janey. :p
...and I got these delicious Homemade Fries (P60, pictured above) from Foodie Manila. :p
Hubby and I ordered Ribs (P385, pictured above) for sharing. We were told that it's big. It came with coleslaw, Texan Rice, and buttered vegetables. He had the rice, I had the coleslaw.
The Ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender and tasty.
Since hubby had the rice, I ordered for a small plate of Corn (P25, pictured above) as a side dish.
The place is very brightly lit, kind of quiet, and immaculately clean -- it's quite conducive for chatting with friends. After dinner, we crossed over to Serenitea for a cold drink. We sort of wished we could have brought over our drinks to Carol's since Serenitea is very cramped and noisy.
Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs
2/F 713 J. Abad Santos St.,
Bgy. Little Baguio, San Juan City