The ambiance at Ineng's is simplistic and the color hues are easy to the eyes. The orange-hued wall provides a cozy atmosphere for dining, whether you're with family or friends.
As for the food, I distinctively remember not being too impressed with what we were served with. It started off with the complementary soup that was served even before our orders came in. It was too salty that I set it aside after only a couple of sips.
We ordered the Hit4 meal that comprised of their 12" stick premium pork barbecue, sisig, rice, and a choice between lemonade or iced tea. This set costs PhP 145. The pork barbecue is excellent - the meat used for the barbecue is truly of premium quality! Also, the sisig was really good.
We also tried their Hit6 meal (P129), which consisted of rice and pinoy chicken barbecue (leg part). The chicken meat was too dry - don't know if that is due to the quality of the meat or as a result of the cooking process. To add insult to injury, the chicken wasn't cooked all the way. In fact, I could still see some of the blood inside the meat. But because I was too hungry, I could not muster to have my order replaced. Besides, E was happy to share his meal with me. Bummer, I know.
The meal ended with their Mais con Hielo (P 45) for dessert. Nothing exceptional here. Well worth the price.
If you would like to try Ineng's for yourself, they are located at Gaisano Mall The Peak. It is located beside Cafe France and Chicken Charlie.