Pinoy Hotdogs at Franks Craft Beers Manila (Resorts World Manila)

May 30, 2019 Phantasm Darkstar 0 Comment(s)

Never did I thought that something so American, like hotdog sandwiches, can be made very Filipino. Franks Craft Beers Manila was able to come up with their Filipino Hotdogs featuring the flavors, Bistek Tagalog, Chicken Inasal, and Chicken Pork Adobo. (Above photo courtesy of Franks Craft Beers Manila).
Franks Craft Beers Manila is located inside the Gaming Area (Casino) of Resorts World Manila. Since it's inside the gaming area, only guests 21 years old and above are allowed to enter. I've passed by Franks a couple of times before but I haven't tried it out because it quite intimidated me since it's inside the casino, thinking that it might be overpriced. Turns out, I was wrong. The combos that they offer are really sating and affordable--totally worth it!

Here are the dishes that we tried:
We started with the sides/appetizers. The Chicken Tenders were better than I expected. It was tasty and a bit juicy (I'm not a fan of tenders and nuggets because I find them dry. This one is an exemption). The Onion Rings had large cuts, which I enjoyed. The French Fries were good--crunchy exterior and soft interior. The Potato Wedges were also good--if you prefer something a bit heavier than the fries; more serving also. 
The Nachos were also good, and I love that they also added cream cheese on it. 
Now, the hotdogs... each hotdog sandwich has its flavor infused within the hotdogs, complimented by the toppings to give you that full Filipino meal experience. 
Chicken Pork Adobo. The hotdog itself was made from chicken and pork adobo, topped with adobo aioli dressing, fried chicken adobo flakes, fried garlic, and spring onion. I'm amazed how they made their hotdogs taste like the actual Filipino dishes--it's magic!
Bistek Tagalog. Beef hotdog flavored as bistek tagalog, topped with bistek mayonnaise, braised red onions, and spring onion. The braised red onions were braised in soy sauce and calamansi juice. This is my favorite among the three Pinoy hotdogs. On my first bite, I was all, "Uy! Bistek nga!"  I love the taste of the calamansi coming from the braised onions down to the hotdogs. 
Chicken Inasal. The hotdog itself is flavored as chicken inasal, topped with garlic atsuete oil and spring onion. Served with atsara on the side. The garlic prepared was like that of a siomai's chili-garlic sauce, less the chili. Also another amazing dish. I love the garlic so much and the atsara is a good compliment to this--for a full chicken inasal meal experience. 
Classic Hotdog. Made from German Franks, topped with pickle relish, sauerkraut, and the condiments ketchup, mayonnaise, and mustard. Tasty and good German Franks, it won't let you down. 
All the hotdogs that we tried really amazed me. Not only that it tastes great, but it also is very sating. Also had some more for takeout and brought them to the movies at RWM. I would definitely recommend Franks either for dine in or take away. If you're planning to watch a movie at RWM, do drop by Franks and try out their hotdogs. 
They also have new desserts on the menu such as this Mango Graham--made from fresh Philippine ripe mangoes (yum! my favorite!),
and the Ube Cheese Salt Graham. 

You can order these Pinoy hotdogs under the Combo 2 option (with sides and soda) for only Php 370 or 45 RWM points for dine-in/60 RWM points for takeout. You may also order the Pinoy hotdogs a la carte for only Php 190. 

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