As of now, they're limited to barbecued chicken, beef, and sausages which you can accompany with a few sides.
The Large Chicken Pack (Rs. 1200) arrived with 1 whole chicken leg, 2 sausages (chicken/ daiya/ kochchi), a slice of pineapple, 1/2 corn on the cob, 2 slices of garlic bread, a helping of coleslaw, and 2 of their signature sauces.
Beautifully glazed with BBQ sauce, the chicken leg was cooked all the way through, and fell off the bone so effortlessly. The layer of charcoal produced by the grill was deliciously crispy and helped to add more depth to the overall flavour. Incredibly moist in texture, and soft, it was good, but we would have liked it better if there was a whiff of smokiness to it.
The sausages we received were chicken, even though we requested for daiya. Nonetheless, they had just the right touch from the grill, making for a juicy, meaty treat. Make sure to pair them with their tangy and sweet signature sauces for the extra flavour.
Soft, airy and lightly toasted, the garlic bread roll was garlicky as promised, while the veggies in the coleslaw added for a good crunch. They've got some good corn here. Succulent, slightly sweet and grill-kissed to perfection.
On the sweet side of things, they've got Chocolate Pancakes (Rs. 200). Two fluffy Lankan style pancakes slathered with a heap of chocolate, they were delicious. The pancake itself wasn't too sweet, so all the sweetness it had, comes from the chocolate inside. To make things even more chocolatey, they had added a good drizzle of melted chocolate on top.
With hints of peanut butter seeping through, the Peanut Butter Shake (Rs. 550) was a creamy, refreshing drink. Probably not the best drink to pair your BBQ with, because it fills you right up - but flavoursome, nonetheless.
Our First Look at 3 Amigos didn't disappoint. It's a good option to get some BBQ delivered to your doorstep if you're too lazy to go out. We're planning to do a full review with more items in the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned!
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