Earthquake

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Early June this year, Earthquake opened a hip-casual dining restaurant that serves gigantic shakes, delicious chicken meals, quirky-served pastas, and a lot more. The owners, being food lovers themselves, want to offer hefty flavorful dishes that will make you feel it's the end of the world - thus the name Earthquake.
To match the resto's concept, the place looks like a danger zone with caution yellow tapes, wall graffiti, and tables and chairs are splattered with paint. Some of their dishes are served in tree trunk trays which possibly portray uprooted trees from a disaster. Very creative I must say!

Below are the dishes I have tried:
Chic Carbonara for P120. The creamy white sauce has sweet ham and chicken bits. The pasta and the sauce are served in separate jars. I find the serving unique but it's also pretty hard to mix the pasta and the sauce together. You might want to ask the resto's staff to just serve it on a plate, they surely would be happy to help. You can also try Spicy Chic Carbonara for P130. Their pastas are perfect for an afternoon tambay or for a light dinner.
 Our carbonara is perfectly paired with their personal blend Mango Iced Tea (photo on the right). 

What separates Earthquake from the rest? Their savory chicken meals, the Volcanic Chics! I honestly can't figure out if it's fried, roasted, or maybe both but it sure is TASTY! They have different levels of spiciness that you can choose from depending on your tolerance. It is also served in half (good for 2 to 3 persons) or whole (good 4 to 5 persons).

My boyfriend and I have a VERY high tolerance on spiciness to the point that we find the food boring without loads of chili in it. Gusto namin yung naluluha na kami sa anghang. Ganyan kalala. Hahaha! That's why we ordered the Super Volcanic Earthquake Chic which has the highest level of spiciness. It's love at first bite! We have never tried any other meal that would top our spicy-tolerance since some restos offer "spicy" meals only to our disappointment (parang wala lang samin). What I also love about it is that even with lots of chili in it, the authentic flavor of the chicken is not compromised.
Here's an interesting experience you have to try: eat with your hands! As they say: "Masarap kumain pag naka-kamay" which totally holds true for us Pinoys. Of course, being the foodie that I am, I opted to do so! They would provide plastic gloves and the rest is up to your 'kamayan' skills. Hahaha! I don't mind eating with my hands in public while in formal clothes so I definitely enjoyed it!

It's recommended for first timers but if you feel uncomfortable, just politely ask for utensils. The staff is very accommodating! The owner herself will be there to welcome you and make you feel at home to boot.
Earthquake is also known for their gigantic shakes which is literally overflowing with sweet treats. Their most famous shakes are the President Rody Red Velvet Quake Shake and the VP Leni Mango-Banana Caramel Quake Shake. Their Holiday Quake shakes are now available too, the Vanilla Taho Quake Shake and the Blueberry Cookie Creme Quake Shake. Curious? Check them out and try these sugar overload!

Location: Pelonio Compound, Dayangdang St. 4400 Naga City (in front of Montessori School). 
Contact: 09367227151 for deliveries and reservations.

 What is your most interesting eating experience? Would love to hear from you on the comments section below!
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