17 Delicious Reasons to Drive Up to Fairview, Quezon City


Fairview won’t seem so “Farview” after you go through this list

Let’s create a scenario.

Imagine you’re from Parañaque and your special someone lives in Fairview. Driving at an average speed of 60 kph (which is also the Commonwealth speed limit), it will take a minimum of 60 minutes (without traffic) to get to the promised land.

It would be a shame to spend just a few hours there because you don’t know where to go… but as always, we’ve got you covered!

READ MORE: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Quezon City this month! 

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Kko Kko – Ayala Fairview Terraces

Owned by Grace Lee, Kko Kko is a modern restaurant that serves authentic and reinvented Korean favorites such as their Dosirak, Cheese Fondue, and Snow Chicken. Read our full feature here.

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Burgoo – Ayala Fairview Terraces

Founded in 1999, Burgoo is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in American cuisine serving favorites like ribs, wings, pastas and shakes. Be that as it may, if the classic Chicken BBQ doesn’t do the trick, their Barbecued Baby Back Ribs might.

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Dohtonbori – SM Fairview

Dohtonbori, the first and only authentic okonomiyaki restaurant in the Philippines, offers affordable okonomiyaki and Yakiniku party platters. With their unique Japanese ambiance and design, you and your friends will definitely enjoy drinking chu-high, draft beer and other varieties of Japanese beer.

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Crisostomo – Ayala Fairview Terraces

Crisostomo is a casual restaurant from celebrity chef, Florabel Co-Yatco. Aptly named after the protagonist in national hero Jose Rizal’s acclaimed novel, Noli Me Tangere, it serves classic Filipino dishes with a twist.

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Froozy – SM Fairview

Froozy is a snow bar that let’s you choose from a variety of flavors, drizzles, and munches. Everything is made from scratch. This is their second branch – the first is in Robinsons Galleria.

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G/F SM City Fairview, Greater Lagro, Quezon City

Meshwe – Pazar Food Park

Known for their Lebanese cuisine, Meshwe offers affordable shawarma plates, falafels, Lebanese samosas, and more. Meshwe’s Garlic sauce is also a must!

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Pazar Food Park, Block 43, Lot 14, Regalado Highway, North Fairview, Quezon City

Il Padrino Coffee – Commonwealth Ave.

Il Padrino Coffee is an ‘Italian-inspired cafe with a Pinoy heart’. Italian dishes, including pasta and pizza are infused with Pinoy touches using ingredients such as adobo flakes, salted eggs, etc. More than the food, it also serves specialty coffee that completes the experience at Il Padrino. This is its first and original branch.

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Unit 1 Mt. Sinai Heights Bldg., 71-B Commonwealth Avenue, East Fairview Park, QC
(02) 461-7690

Tri Mo Shawarma Co – Bristol St.

Tri Mo Shawarma Co is a humble diner that serves affordable rice meals and shawarma. Best to go here past midnight to sober up!

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Bristol St Lagro Subdivision, Fairview, Quezon City

Juanito’s Bistro – Camaro St.

Juanito’s Bistro is late night bistro that serves Filipino street food and other comfort food that goes well with alcohol drinks. 

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Camaro Street cor Commonwealth Ave, Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 358-8424

El Neo Garahe – Geneva St.

El Neo Garahe exudes a welcoming yet grungy, industrial vibe with its painted tires and drums that makes the place come alive. They have different stalls here offering favorites like takoyaki, milkshakes, street food, burgers, and more.

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El Neo Garahe Food Park, Block 176, Lot 22 Phase 7, Geneva St, Fairview, Quezon City

Casa Renato – Dahlia Ave.

Casa Renato is a beautiful converted restaurant gem serving home cooked-style Mediterranean fusion dishes. It is laid back and casual but also emanates an old romantic vibe. Many a couple have held their pre-nup shoots, proposals and even receptions here. 

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7 Dahlia Avenue, Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 430-3427

Indonyaki-Lagro – Bristol St.

Indonyaki is a little casual street-side diner serving fine Indonesian cuisine that suits the Filipino palate and wallet. Their specialties include the Ayam Goreng (Indonesian fried chicken) served with sambal sauce, the Indonyaki Lumpia and Shawarma sandwich.

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Bristol Street, Lagro, Quezon City
(02) 533-4887

Love Desserts – Pearl Drive Commercial Center

They call themselves ‘the first and the original dessert buffet’ in the country. For only P199 per head, you can indulge in all kinds of sweet treats from cheesecakes to fruit salads, halo-halo to cupcakes, cookies to mille crepes. P.S. Birthday celebrants can eat for FREE during their birthday week, as long as you bring a valid ID and one paying adult.

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Pearl Drive Commercial Center, Commonwealth Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 427-1204

Hamia House of Kare-Kare – Commonwealth Ave. Ext.

Hamia serves traditional Filipino favorites with a modern touch. Specialties include its most famous and signature Kare-Kare (which comes in 3 variations: the Baka Kare-Kare, Pork Pata Kare-Kare and the Crispy Pata Kare-Kare), crispy binagoongan, sizzling bulalo, monggo con bagnet and more.

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Lot 6 Block 13 Commonwealth Avenue Extension, Novaliches, Quezon City
(02) 361-8251

Cups & Plates – Rolex St.

Cups & Plates is an all-day breakfast cafe serving the cutest “bear-fast” plates and sandwiches–think fun Japanese bento boxes with molded rice and cut out scrambled eggs and breads. Other items include pasta, cereal, desserts and beverages. If you enjoyed your stay, feel free to leave a message on their glass wall.

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Unit 1, Medics Home Bldg., Rolex St., West Fairview, Quezon City

Laro Board Game Cafe – Pearl Dr Complex

Laro Board Game Cafe is a good option when you want get competitive with your friends! For a minimum fee of P99, customers get unlimited hours of access to their library of games, which includes a number of classics, party games, Euro games, card games, and adventure games.

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G/F Pearl Drive Commercial Center, Commonwealth Ave cor Pearl St, Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 264-3702

Toni’s Grill – Pearl Dr Complex

Toni’s Grill is your typical Filipino family restaurant that serves traditional favorites like liempo, bbq, palabok, crispy pata, sisig, and more. 

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Pearl Dr Complex, Pearl St cor Commonwealth Ave, Fairview, Quezon City
(02) 936-1916

It’s time to stop reading and start getting the squad ready for your next road trip! Any hidden Fairview gems we missed out on? Comment them below! Keep using the hashtag #bookymanila and let us in on your food adventures. Download Booky and savor the savings!

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