Places to eat in Quezon City

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    MOOMBA BAR AND RESTAURANT: A JOURNEY TO A HAVEN OF EXOTIC CUISINE

    by allelli Written Jul 10, 2007

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    Visiting this restaurant for the 1st time will give the impression that is not your average looking café, Its daunting and massive faced of wood and glass attest to the unique and enticing presence that awaits the unaware, it’s ethnic décor seduce the senses and provide aesthetic appeal, the arm color entice its dinners to relax and unwind with live acoustic band at night. The food is adventurous, the finest of Ostrich cooking can be found here, although Ostrich is rare in the Philippines but widely recognized delicacy in Australia, The ostrich they served are bred and shipped from southern Philippines.

    Favorite Dish: If Exotic Ostrich is not to your like, try there fried chicken wings served with hot spicy sauce, calamares, crab cake, parmesan Lapu-lapu, pizza, pasta, salads and sandwiches-served with special exotic flare

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    World Topps Restaurant: A Variety of Int'l Cuisine in One Great Rice Bowl

    by yellowcab Updated Jul 9, 2007

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    Should you find yourself unsure on what great food to offer to a bunch of international friends(esp. hungry VTers) you are about to meet. To be SAFE, I am recommending this great international restaurant in Quezon City.

    World topps is created to satisfy all international tastes.

    World Topps restaurant lets you satisfy varying international cravings yet without losing the Filipino flavor. Majority of meals here are served in a ricebowl and is TOP with a wide variety of international toppings to choose from: Mediterranean, European, American, Oriental & local Filipino delicacies.

    Let them taste these sample yet affordable dishes:

    Western & European Foods:
    Spanish Paellas & Salpicaos, Italian Pasta Puttanescas, German Sausages, French beef steaks, American burgers and buffalo wings, French fries

    Oriental Asian dishes: Japanese Katsudons, Indian Curries, Chinese Siomais, Vietnamese Spring Rolls, Korean Beefs Steaks and etc...

    Filipino delicacies: Adobo, Dinuguan w/ puto, Bisteks, Lechon Paksiw, Goto, Dinuguan with Puto, Pansit Palabok

    Ambience for this is quite simple. Walls are adorned with pictures of the different landmarks of the world.

    Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner
    Open from 11am to 11pm, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday; open from 11am to 12pm, Wednesday; open from 11am to 3am, Friday to Saturday

    Favorite Dish: Although I visited this place just once:

    My favorite(as of now!) is the Spanish Beef Salpicao(spicy hot version) because of its creamy, less salty flavor. A mild spicy version is also available, just ask the waitress.

    World Topps Entrance World Topps International Sample Menu Mild Spanish Beef Salpicao
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    Wan Chai Restaurant: Don't forget to try there seafood roll

    by allelli Written Jul 6, 2007

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    If you are in Quezon City and looking for delicious and affordable restaurant this is the place for you, plus there courtous employee. This restaurant also offer grand buffet for a price of php250 (US$5.43) every night.

    Favorite Dish: Dont forget to try there delicious seafood roll a combination of fresh fillet fish , ***ake mushroom and crabstick roll in sotanghon, they also have the best pork speribs.

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    GAYUMA (LOVE POTIONS) RESTAURANT: DON’T MISS “Better Than Sex”

    by allelli Written Jul 6, 2007

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    As you enter the restaurant you will notice the worn furniture, an indoor platform seating area with low table, mats and throw pillow. The piano near the kitchen counter that add romantic to the place. So if you are looking for a something different try this place, not only that, the loving atmosphere extend to there menu. The concept of this restaurant is that upon eating their food, it will make you feel as if you’ve been enchanted will a spell because their food is supposedly that great. And they have their “manghuhula” (fortune teller) who could read your near future using playing cards for php300 (US$6.50).

    Favorite Dish: Try there Belly Dancing (grilled salmon belly) php165 (US$3.58) delicious, and they are also known for the BTS (Better than Sex) php58 (US$1.26)/ slice, this chocolate cake with white frosting and lashing of chocolate syrup. But my favorite among them all is Pavlova Wand php85 (US$1.84) Definitely a must, it look like a foam cake sprinkle with a couple of grapes, a slice of kiwi and a couple of peaches whipped with sweetened evaporated milky syrup yummy. Also try there Broken Promises and Sweetest Taboo among our favorite.

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    Kimpura Restaurant: Dont Miss the Tepanyaki

    by allelli Written Jun 24, 2007

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    It's always great to dine in Kimpura the ambiance is really a typical 1st class Japanese restaurant we love to sit in a misono table where a chef will toss, chop and cook raw meat, seafood and veggies in front of you. Your food doesn't get any fresher off the grill than this. All for a price of course - teppanyaki orders range from P175 tofu steak to P1750 for a tenderloin steak and scallops meal (inclusive of miso soup, kobachi, grilled bean sprouts or asparagus, fried rice and dessert).It is really yummy

    Favorite Dish: Dont forget the fresh cook seafood and veggies, there beef are so yummy

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    Sicilian Express: Affordable Italian Restaurant

    by allelli Updated Jun 17, 2007

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    This Sicilian Express is named after Sicilia, an autonomous region of Italy and the largest island in the Mediterranean Sea, The restaurant décor and ambience is a simple but modern, authentic-looking murals on the wall with better than average fast food chain. They have two branches, in Tomas Morato and Ortigas Center. This is the most cheapest itallian restaurant that I try w a real italian taste.

    Favorite Dish: Never forget to try there Chicken Mango Pizza made from freshly baked dough smoothered with a special sicilian sauce topped with grilled chicken, ripe mango and roma tomatoe. and there unforgetable sicilian salad it has a diced chicken breast, mangoes, red grapes with crispy romane lettuce increamy dressing.

    restaurant tomas morato branch restaurant

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    SushiYa: SushiYa.. sushi, bento boxes,rice toppings & more

    by joiciee Written May 16, 2007

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    I love Japanese food because its healthy and delicious. However, Japanese meals tend to be more expensive compared to other dishes.

    Then i discovered SushiYa.

    Their first branch in the Tomas Morato opened almost 10years ago. With 4 tables and a sashimi/sushi chiller, they served the freshest sashimi tuna $2 and salmon $2.50 at affordable prices.

    Fast forward 10 years. They have more items in the menu--tempura, teppanyaki and teriyaki. I love their squid teppanyaki $2 and chicken teriyaki $2. I also crave for their torikatsudon $2. I love their chicken Teriyaki Bento box for 2 at $ 6.50. Includes 2 rice, 2 miso soup, main course, kakiage, mix maki, mix sashimi, agedashi tofu.

    Their place in Tomas Morato is compact, clean, bright & airy. They have now branched out in most major malls, SM Mega Mall, Robinsons Galleria, Robinsons Place Manila, Market! Market and non mall areas like Libis and Westgate Alabang. The best SushiYa i have seen so far is their Market Market and Westgate branch -- clean, compact and zen like atmosphere. Casual but not shockingly young. Bright interiors but comfortbaly inviting.

    Consistent Food. Affordable Price. Casual and comfortable interiors. Freindly Service.
    That to me is SushiYa.

    I have tried other Japanese restos. But I keep coming back. To SushiYa.

    Favorite Dish: Torikatsudon : Breaded Chicken Breast Rice Topping. It's so delicous and at $2 it's a steal.

    Squid teppanyaki Bento for 2 : $4.50. I share this when am with my hubby.

    Chirashidon : sashimi slices on sushi rice. My healthy yet filling alternative at $3.

    Chicken Teriyaki Bento Box for 2 $6.50 Torikatsudon $2
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    Mister Kebab: Kebab: a must try

    by Quennie Updated Apr 8, 2007

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    Open air resto with fans overhead. Tables are unique, tiles depicting different pictures, protected by a glass. They are open 24/7 but service is a bit slow.

    Favorite Dish: I love the beef kebab, slices of beef with tomatoes, cucumbers and the extra cheese wrapped in toasted pita bread. They also serve sizzling chicken barbeque with gravy, buttered rice and slices of tomatoes and cucumber at the side. Keema and Yogurt shake are also favorites.

    beek kebab and keema
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    max's restaurant: sayur asam = sampaloc soup = tom yam!

    by ukirsari Updated Apr 11, 2006

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    beside chicken sisig, my choice goes to sampaloc soup. tom yam look-alike but lighter since without chili oil in it. and the taste, exactly the same with light tamarind soup in my country [we call it as sayur asam]. the difference only our sayur asam without prawn.
    and it's very funny whenever i give comment in my lingo "oh, sayur asam, ya?" and aida reply with "is asam means tamarind? in our lingo tamarind known as sampaloc." well, more similarity about its lingo :D

    sampaloc soup (c) ukirsari
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    max's restaurant: chicken specialities and separated table

    by ukirsari Updated Apr 11, 2006

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    the meals are truely pinoy and they offers many kind of delicacies made from chicken. since emie and i aren't eating pork, aida and friends decided to go to max's. thanks a lot :) and they have separated table inside the dining hall. means a big group can be more private in here -- like celebrating birthday and meeting-- since not so noisy!

    Favorite Dish: chicken sisig. very delicious from the beginning with simple but chic presentation. added with lemon as topping!

    chicken sisig (c) ukirsari
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    Oyster Boy: Grilled Fish, Baked Seafood, Pork Sinigang

    by yellowbell Written Feb 12, 2006

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    The restaurant is located in the Araneta Center Complex.

    I like the ambiance of this restaurant. It has large sedan chairs, cozy lights, water goblets, soft jazz or acoustic pipe-in music. At night, there are stainless chairs outside the restaurant, and groups of yuppies drink a beer or two.

    Favorite Dish: Sinigang (fish, pork, shrimps cooked in sour broth)
    Grilled squid stuffed with tomatoes and onions
    Seaweed (pako) salad
    Not to be missed of course is their baked oysters in garlic and cheese
    Everything is delicioso!

    Oyster Boy Restaurant
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    Sangkalan Restaurant: Best Filipino Food

    by bike_packer Written Jan 11, 2006

    Within Quezon City, Sangkalan Restaurant is my family's favorite everytime we want to splurge on local foods cooked the right way that definitely pleases our taste buds. The open air and native set-up adds in stirring more our appetite.

    Favorite Dish: Our favorites are Sinigang na Hipon/Isda, Crispy Pata, Grilled Tuna Belly, Ginataang Kuhol.

    Sangkalan Fairview
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    ZENSHO: Have a look at the mixed Sashimi Boat

    by whvcebu Updated Aug 21, 2005

    New Japanese restaurant at the Tomas Morato Street.

    Authentic Japanese style with a Filipino touch.

    Serving should be studied a bit more and presented according to order.

    Hot Chawanmushi must be eaten hot.

    Favorite Dish: 1. Ofunamori Sashimi
    2. Hot Chawanmushi
    3. Several tempura, whereas Kani was best

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    Aquahealth - Roces: The Water With Anti-Aging Power!

    by NEIL_PRIMO Written Sep 27, 2004

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    Another place I adore is ARESI...

    by imho Written Sep 2, 2002

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    Another place I adore is ARESI , one of the most elegant yet surprisingly affordable restaurants in the Quezon City-Tomas Morato-ABS CBN area. Faaaantaaastic place!
    The ambiance and the food. Enough said. But they've got built in water falls on the walls...the works!

    Favorite Dish: Their sugar-free Strawberry Cheesecake . All the fun without the carbs! A place after my own heart!

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Quezon City Hotels

  • Stone House Quezon City

    1315 E. Rodriguez Avenue, Quezon City, 1100, Philippines

    Satisfaction: Very Good

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    49 Annapolis Street, Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Families

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    Satisfaction: Average

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