Kapitolyo’s delicious secrets!
It’s never too late to try something new. For those who haven’t been to Kapitolyo, here’s the run-down on some of its classic, most iconic, and up-and-coming restaurants so far.
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Kko Kko Home – West Capitol Drive
Kko Kko is a modern Korean chicken house that uses traditional and contemporary recipes that came from Grace Lee and her mom. Their menu is divided into three main categories – Korean Fried Chicken, Korean Street Food, and Dosirak (Korean lunch box) – each narrating a story about the dining setting and customs of Korea.
Little Bear Diner – East Capitol Drive
Little Bear Diner is a small restaurant with an eclectic menu and a big personality. The menu doesn’t subscribe to one cuisine; in the past, they’ve experimented with burger, brunch, taco, and pasta menus. The current set-up – which they call The Cardamom Club, is their take on modern Indian cuisine.
Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew – East Capitol Drive
Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew by Chef Jerwyn Rabo is a fun, gastronomic fusion of the Filipino cuisine, with a Latin American twist. Check out our full feature here.
Locavore Kitchen x Drinks – Brixton St.
Locavore serves only locally grown and produced Filipino dishes with a French touch.
Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant – West Capitol Drive
The group behind Cafe Juanita proves that they do more than just Filipino food with Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant. Enjoy affordable Japanese cuisine, especially their sushi.
RUB Ribs & BBQ – East Capitol Drive
While originally from Tomas Morato, it has been a go-to place in Kapitolyo since moving into the neighborhood in 2013. It’s not just the ribs that hit the spot here, make sure to order their fried oreos for dessert.
Highlands Bistro – Estancia Mall
Staying true to its roots, the Highlands Bistro prides itself on serving some of the highest quality steaks available in the country. From their signature Rib-eye steak to Chicken Parmigiana to freshly grilled salmon fillets, the Highlands bistro is sure to be able to cater to whatever appetite you may have brewing. They specialize in unpretentious, quality dishes at incredible value-for-money prices.
Chubs Chasers – Brixton St.
Formerly known as Chubs Steak at Manok, Chubs Chasers is the same casual Filipino-American diner serving their signature Divine Steak and Carvilicious Chicken, but with an expanded menu that includes ribs, burgers, pastas, desserts and other entrees. This is its second branch.
Don Bao – Brixton St.
Don Bao is a casual Japanese restaurant that specializes in donburi, baos and ramen. It is an ideal hangout spot as it serves a variety of value-for-money dishes and drinks such as beer and sake. Read more here.
Insider tip: Make sure to dine-in because you can enjoy UNLIMITED RICE when you order any of their bowls!
Cafe Juanita – United St.
Cafe Juanita has been a neighborhood favorite for years. In spite of the restaurant boom in the area, this place continues to pack itself to the brim due to its kitschy details and treats for the eyes thanks to its eclectic and over the top Asian-inspired interiors. Pop by on Sundays for their family lunch buffet.
The Good Seed – Brixton St.
The Good Seed by Edgy Veggy is a casual dining cafe and comissary offering delicious vegetarian food, desserts and coffee. They serve favorites like tapa, callos, longganiza, and sisig— all made with mushrooms — served with garlic brown rice and a side salad. The Vegan Laksa is also becoming a quick favorite among patrons.
We guarantee, it’s worth the trip.
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