August 9, 2020

Kebomb: Pocket-Friendly Mediterranean Cuisine Delivered Straight to Your Doorstep

When this community quarantine started, I was pretty apprehensive about almost everything. I had mixed emotions. I was sad and worried of the situation of everyone around the world, especially those who I love. I was happy glad to be home, to have so much time in my hand. Being home means I will get to eat home-cooked meals all day everyday.

But then there are days, I crave for food that we can cook at home, like Japanese and Mediterranean food – which are two of my top favorite cuisines. I am extremely glad that restaurants are still up and running and doing home deliveries. So when one day, my mom had to leave to check out her business in Antipolo (we were on GCQ at this point), and my brothers were being lazy and didn’t want to cook, I decided to order food online.

One of the Filipino-Persian restaurant that I miss eating at is Kebomb at Intrepid Plaza in Libis Quezon City. I really like their Keemadilla (more on this later) plus they are one of the most affordable places where you can get Medi terranean-inspired dishes without sacrificing taste and quality.

Kebomb is a fast-food restaurant serving quality and affordable Persian/Mediterranean fusion cuisine born out of the owners’ love for the said cuisine. They also wanted to help bring familiarity of this type of food to a broader reach. Because come to think of it, this cuisine isn’t really something familiar to a lot of Filipinos. The store is located at the second floor of Intrepid Plaza along E. Rodriguez Avenue, Libis Quezon City, just before you enter Eastwood City. The place is just like any other fast food with little to no frills with the interior as people who regularly eat are employees who when during their lunch breaks come, seat, eat and then leave.

As for their food, it may be tailored to the Filipino palate, lesser bold spices and all but the owners make sure that the quality is and will never be compromised. I was surprised to find out that they use imported meats from Australia, U.S. and Brazil and spices like turmeric in their dishes. All those and their meals are priced at very very affordable prices. I mean seriously, their hummus is priced at less around PHP 50? Their kebab meals at around PHP100 to 200? That’s a value you can’t beat!

I was actually going to order Keemadilla but ended up ordering more, but that’s ok, like I said, their food is affordable, and my two brothers are going to help me out finish all of them.

Beef Kebomb Meal - two sticks of flame-grilled ground beef kebab, two pieces of grilled tomatoes, plain rice, butter and a medium cup of pineapple juice. Despite that Kebomb is considered a fast-food restaurant I like that the taste of their kebabs is not compromised. Their kebabs don’t taste like they have extenders, which is a really great thing. Since I also love grilled tomatoes, I ordered additional serving and also additional butter.

Keema - minced beef meat with curry. One of my favorite Mediterranean food is the Keema. I love how this has a distinctive combination of spices that tastes well with the ground beef. This is usually eaten as an appetizer or as a main meal with pita bread by some. But as for me this is always paired with buttered rice. 

Keemadilla - This is the dish from Kebomb that I missed the most! When I think of kebomb, this is what I associated the brand with it. This unique and certified Kebomb original dish is made of ground beef aka keema with quick melt cheese wrapped in pita bread. Although, this is not a traditional Mediterranean dish but more of like an innovative fusion idea of the owners. These little pockets of heaven were so good I couldn’t get enough of them. Also, for eight pieces it’s only PHP 89! 

Chicken Skin Nachos - One of my good friends have been raving about this chicken skin nachos so I decided to give it a try. This is Kebomb's fairly new dish and an original one at that too!  I think this is the first time I've heard of a dish like this; using crispy chicken skin instead of tortilla chips for nachos. The dish was very good and was super fun to eat. Eventhough the chicken skins weren’t that warm anymore, they remained crispy. I was also surprised how big each chicken was, my brothers and I ended up eating them with rice instead of as an appetizer or snacks LOL!

Thank goodness for food delivery services despite and still being on general community quarantine; my cravings were satisfied! Kebomb delivers in Rizal area from their Lamp Quarters branch and anywhere in Metro Manila from their Libis QC (near Eastwood) branch. But I heard from a friend they even delivered as far as Cavite! If you’re eating with the whole family, you may want to check out their Kebab platters to save some bucks. Check out their Facebook page and Instagram account to learn how to order from them, links posted below.

Intrepid Plaza, E. Rodriguez Jr. Avenue,
Libis, Quezon City
Contact Nos: 09569781805 / 09954192912

For more information, complete menu and restaurant reviews, check out their Zomato profile:
Kebomb Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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