Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen: Authentic Wood Fired Pizza and Filipino Food

OK… I’m freakin’ HUNGRY now!!!!

Looking at the pictures as I try to write this blog post is possibly one of the most difficult things I’ve had to do in my life…. well, right next to child-birth…. but I’ll tell you about that some other time…

Seriously, though! The food at Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen in BF Homes, Paranaque is A-F-ING-MAZING!!!!

Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen is an extension of Chi’s kitchen that started with authentic wood fired pizza. Slowly, from that original tiny pizza store, they’ve added more and more amazing dishes to their menu and now have the most spectacular selection known to pizza restaurants!

Furthermore, their authentic wood fired pizza gets even more authentic when you try the special flavors they have. Other than the usual pizzas you can get, Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen serves authentic wood fired Pinoy Pizzas! What’s a Pinoy / Filipino Pizza, you ask? Well, some samples we tried were the Sisig Pizza and the Binagoongan Pizza!

I personally liked the Binagoongan Pizza a whole lot, especially since I love Bagoong! Especially with kare-kare! (For those not familiar, bagoong is a shrimp based sauce that’s very common here in the Philippines, especially with the local dish called kare-kare).

OH OH and we weren’t able to try it, but they also havee Balut Pizza on the menu! We’ll definitely be back for that one! (Balut is another Philippine delicacy. In a nutshell, it’s a duck egg.)

Everything was so tasty and so well presented. I fell in love with every dish they laid in front of us.

Other than the authentic wood fired brick oven pizzas, I also recommend the Puchon, which is a pugon-cooked lechon kawali. First, a pugon is the Filipino term for a brick oven. Secondly, lechon kawali is another very popular Filipino dish made from pork, where the mead becomes very juicy and tender while the skin turns super crispy and yummy!

Along with that, we had the Adobo Flakes Fried Rice, which is equally tasty!

Also, do not dare forget to have dessert at Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen. We tried the Volcano Lava Chocolate Cake (forgot what it was called exactly) but it was pretty much like a volcano oozing out chocolate lava!

We also got to try the Blueberry Cheesecake Pizza Dessert. I don’t think I’ll need to explain what that is…

Anywayz, I’m definitely hungry now! A road trip down South to BF Homes, Paranaque is definitely worth it for some Chi’s Brick Oven goodness!!!!

Don’t just take my word for it! You need to try it out yourself!

****NOTE: reportedly, Chi’s has temporarily shut down. Please do call first to check before going.

Chi’s Brick Oven Kitchen

209 Aguirre Ave., B.F. Homes, Paranaque

8207210 / 09178971117/09179260555






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