Tossed is like the value version of Salad Stop. It's salad bowls start at under P100, while Salad Stop's is over P200.
It takes awhile to figure out the menu because each of the eight salad bowls or wraps on their menu are named after an Asian country, and you have to read what each coutry salad bowl is comprised of. The Philippine salad bowl contains house green, mango, adobo chicken flakes and so on, for example. Small bowl is P85, and large is P155, much more affordable than another salad company that has several branches in BGC.
It also has two "toss and roast" dishes that look delicious: one with a roasted chicken leg (P149) and the other with roasted crispy pork slices (P169). We tried the roasted chicken leg, and it tasted good, albeit the meat was a little dry. The salad dressing was light and tangy, easy to like.The salad was simply lettuce leaves and shreded onion. Overall, it is good value for money, and healthy as well.