Atoy's Porkchop, located along Aguirre Avenue in BF Homes, got rave reviews from two of our family's youngest foodies, my nephew JJ and my niece Ashley.
Upon passing by one night, a few weeks ago, hubby and I made a detour to have a quick fat-laden dinner. The place is a hole-in-the-wall type of foodie find, tucked between the many little shops located along Aguirre Avenue. Both the interior and the service are typical "carinderia" style (street canteens) with its avocado wall color combination, the condiment bottles on the table with the suka, toyo, siling labuyo (bird-eye chilis) and calamansi (local lemons) and of of course, the essential monoblock chairs. You place your order to the counter and you wait for the pork goodness to come to your table.
Atoy's Porkchop is really good, thin and very crispy. The baby foodies usually fight over who gets the "slimy" (baby talk for "pork fat"). Yup, the slimy was goood and probably habit-forming. For just P65 per order which already includes the fried rice and egg, it could be!
Eat sparingly :-)