Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs

Had dinner with fellow foodie friends last week at Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs in San Juan City. This particular branch was newly opened as there were still balloons and congratulatory flowers by the entrance when we went.

Carol's Texan5 Chicken and RibsBasically 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 Jane. :p

Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs

...and I got these delicious Homemade Fries (P60, pictured above) from Carlos. :p

Carol's Texan5 Chicken & RibsHubby 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.

Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs Carol's Texan5 Chicken & Ribs

The Ribs were fall-off-the-bone tender and tasty.

Carol's Texan5 Chicken and RibsSince 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

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