Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Pasig for April 2017


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Check out the top 10 most loved restaurants this month in Pasig, based on user favorites from Booky, the #1 food app in the Philippines.

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10. Vampire Penguin – Ayala Malls the 30th

177 Favorites
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Vampire Penguin is a Californian dessert cafe that specializes in shaved snow desserts. It’s a family-owned business by the San Luis brothers that started in 2013. Manila is its first international branch. It’s for both kids and kids at heart. It’s not for those who prefer traditional ice cream. We recommend you try their specials or have fun and build your own. Try also their egg puffs, smoothies, milk tea and macarons. Our insider tip is watch out for seasonal flavors.

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3/F Ayala Malls The 30th, 30 Meralco Ave, Ortigas, Pasig
(02) 942-5261

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9. Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina – East Capitol Drive

199 Favorites
Last month’s #4

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The first of its kind, Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina is a rustic local restaurant serving the best of Mexican comfort food with a Filipino twist. It is a homegrown concept from Dagupan, Pangasinan and is now one of the most popular restaurants in Kapitolyo. It’s for friends looking for a quick bite and drink. It’s not for people looking for milkshakes or desserts. We recommend the Beef Nachos, Cheese Quesadilla, and Calliente Wings. Our insider tip is servings are quite big so order in moderation and add when needed, service time is quick.

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East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(02) 654-9657

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8. Diner on 16th – United St.

204 Favorites
Last month’s #6

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Located inside a hidden container hub, Diner on 16th is a homegrown, retro-style diner that serves American breakfast staples like waffles and pancakes.  it’s also one of the first to introduce the overloaded milkshake concept in the city. It’s best for brunches and after office drinks joint by night. It’s not for oldies who have a hard time climbing stairs. We recommend the Soy Ginger Glazed Chicken and Ube Waffles, Mac N Cheese and signature milkshakes. Our insider tip is it’s buy 2 get 1 promo on all their beers from 2-7PM. P.S. Diner on 16th offers beer pong! Full feature here.


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16 United St, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0977) 820-2999

7. Shinsen Sushi Bar & Restaurant – Sapphire Bloc

209 Favorites
Last month’s #8

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Shinsen is a homegrown Japanese bar and restaurant serving the freshest and finest classic Japanese dishes. The kitchen staff is proudly Filipino and was trained professionally by Japanese chefs. It’s for anyone craving for authentic Japanese food. It’s not for those looking for fusion dishes or modern twists. We recommend their well-loved Norwegian Salmon Sashimi, Kari Kari Yaki Oysters, Chirashi Donburi, and special Japanese Panna Cotta. They just released a new collection of sushi donuts! Our insider tip is: Enjoy two hours of free parking at Sapphire Bloc, have your tickets validated at Shinsen. Full feature here.


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North Tower, The Sapphire Bloc, Sapphire Road, Ortigas, Pasig
(02) 535-5992

6. Locavore Kitchen + Drinks – Brixton St.

221 Favorites
Last month’s #5

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True to its name, Locavore serves only locally grown and produced Filipino dishes with a French touch from Chef Mikel Zaguirre (of Empingao, Taqueria 101 and newly opened Carnivalé). The open kitchen and industrial interiors adds to the modern hipster vibe of the restaurant. It’s for people who enjoy a twist to the classics. It’s not for an intimate occasion. We recommend the Sizzling Sinigang (ask for extra gravy!), Lechon & Oyster Sisig, and its underrated Ginataang Kalabasa. For rice lovers, it’s good to know they also serve brown rice. Our insider tip is to watch out for their seasonal market specials and new menu items. P.S. Locavore BGC offers a special brunch menu starting at 9AM.


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10 Brixton St., Kapitolyo, Pasig
(02) 632-9600

5. Ba-Be-Q Korean Charcoal Grill – Metrowalk

224 Favorites
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Ba-Be-Q offers street style Korean BBQ meats and other specialties, charcoal-grilled at your own table. Unique to its menu is that it also offers Filipino grill favorites and unlimited meats starting at P399/head. It’s for anyone who’s up for some fun cook-it-yourself dining experience. It’s not for people who may be particular with smelling like BBQ. We recommend Ba-Be-Q’s eat-all-you-can Wagyu beef promo for only P599 until June 8, 2017 only. The price includes boneless chicken, pork belly and beef belly as well. Our insider tip is they only have limited slots for the promo each day so make sure to book ahead. Read more here.

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G/F Metrowalk, Meralco Ave, Ugong, Pasig
(0977) 181-7502

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4. Tittos Latin BBQ & Brew – Kapitolyo

228 Favorites
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Tittos is a modern diner serving the best of Latin American and Filipino fusion dishes. Your dining experience is made complete with the lively and colorful murals made by local artists. It’s for yuppies looking for a chill spot to hang out after work. It’s not for people craving for more traditional Filipino comfort food. We recommend the Nacho el Gigante, Kare-kare Burrito (in photo), Pollo Asado, and 18-hour Gaucho Steak. Our insider tip is find the secret speakeasy bar behind a Coca-Cola door; you’ll need a passcode. P.S. Don’t worry about parking, they offer free valet services. Read full feature here.


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16 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(02) 535-9212

3. Nikuya Charcoal Grill & Shabu Shabu – Estancia Mall

399 Favorites
Last month’s #2

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Nikuya is a local concept that’s first to offer Korean grill with Japanese hotpot in one place. Nikuya, along with new restaurants like Kko Kko, Buta+Wagyu, etc.  is owned by TV personality and host, Grace Lee. It’s for foodies who love both Japanese and Korean cuisines. It’s not for people looking for sushi and other Japanese specialties. We recommend the Korean BBQ samgyupsal and karubi (boneless short rib), as well as their value-for-money shabu shabu set good for 2-3 persons. Insider tip: Nikuya, which means “butcher” in Japanese, houses a mini-butchery that offers a selection of high-caliber wagyu beef from Buta+Wagyu. Read full feature here.


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G/F Estancia Mall, Capitol Commons, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0927) 144-2881

2. Little Bear Diner – Kapitolyo

482 Favorites
Last month’s #3

Little Bear Diner
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Little Bear is a globally inspired new wave diner focusing on a small menu of indulgent comfort food made from scratch using the best ingredients available. It’s for smaller group gatherings. It’s not for beer drinking buddies. We recommend the 24-hour belly porchetta kimchi rice and the half-baked Belgian chocolate chip cookie topped with handcrafted ice cream. Our insider tip is reservations are encouraged for groups of 6 or more.

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23 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig
(0916) 426-8783

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1. Kko Kko – Sapphire Bloc Ortigas

519 Favorites
Last month’s #1

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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. It’s for foodies looking for new and unique Korean dishes. It’s not for people looking for grilled Korean BBQ. We recommend the Chicken Cheese Fondue, Snow Chicken Cheese, and Galbi Jim Dosirak. Our insider tip is the place is quite small and may get full quickly on peak hours, so make sure to book a table ahead of time. Fun Fact:  Kko Kko was named after the sound that a chicken makes.


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North Tower, The Sapphire Bloc Building, Sapphire Road cor Onyx and Garnet St, Ortigas, Pasig
(02) 535-7689

Your buds count so remember to cast your votes. Let us know your most loved restaurants by adding them to your ‘Favorites’ list in the Booky app!

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