Foodie Post: Chi's Brick Oven Kichen

Last Sunday, TBF and I went to dine at Chi's Brick Oven Kitchen over at Aguirre St. in BF Homes Paranaque before going to church. I've read a lot of reviews about this and so being one from the "dirty" south, I knew I had to try it.

Mini trivia: Aguirre St. in BF Paranaque is home to a lot of quaint restaurants that offer reasonably-priced but SUPER yum food. If you do ever visit BF Paranaque, you should try at least one resto :)

For the evening, I ordered Rigatoni in 3 cheese sauce and red tea:


For all cheese lovers, our home-style tomato meat sauce with extra doses of mozzarella, cheddar cheese and yummy Queso de Bola. -- Chi's Brick Oven Kitchen



Rigatoni and 3-cheese sauce
Ps. 255.00 - Good for 2



Red Iced Tea
Ps. 50.00
TBF ordered the Baked Spaghettini (such a safe and kiddie order, don't you think?) Heh :P Plus he ordered the Blue Lemonade which I swapped with my Red Iced Tea because I liked the combination of its sour and sweet notes. :)

Spaghetti pasta with our homemade tomato meat sauce, bechamel sauce and parmesan cheese. For kids and kids at heart. -- Chi's Brick Oven Kitchen


Baked Spaghettini
Ps. 225.oo - Good for two

Blue Lemonade
Ps. 50.00

We ordered the Chocoholic's Pizza (Ps. 125.00) for dessert as well. "Mini choco chips on top of grated white chocolate on top of our own chocolate cake batter." Unfortunately, it didn't live to pose for a photo as the dessert-loving couple munched on the dessert pizza almost immediately. Heh.
Verdict:
I find Chi's Brick Oven Kitchen a nice place to dine in if you're craving for non-traditionally cooked Italian food. I'm not sure if they intended the pasta to be reminiscent of Italian [of course it's pizza/pasta but it can be Filipino, right?], but it did taste Italian to me. I especially loved the Spaghettini more than my Rigatoni, except that i didn't come with any Foccaccia bread :(
In terms of ambiance, the lighting is perfect, they have cutesy woven placemats and coasters. The smoking area is a PLUS. There isn't just so much space, though. The place was packed when we visited last Sunday.
Personally, I believe that Sunday is an indulge-day in terms of food, so if you want exquisite dessert, in the form of dessert pizzas, try theirs! 
I give this resto (woot!): 4 stars. Yay!
Disclaimer: I am in no way a food expert and what is written in this post, or this blog for that matter is the sole opinion of the writer.
Chi's Brick Oven Kitchen is located at 209 Aguirre Ave., B.F. Homes, Paranaque City

Store Hours:
Tuesdays thru Fridays: 11:30 am to 2:00 pm and 6:00 pm to 10:00 p.m.
Saturdays and Sundays: 11:30 am to 10:30 pm

You may contact them at:
63.2.820.7210
0917.8971117
0917.9260555
http://brickovenkitchen.multiply.com