Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Quezon City for July 2017


QC’s best restaurants right here!

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

Insider tip: If you book at the Prime Restaurants below through Booky you can get a free dessert after your meal when you fill out the feedback form on our app!

10. Macao Imperial Tea – Banawe

876 Favorites
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Hailing from Macao/Macau, Macao Imperial Tea serves an extensive menu offering coffee, milk tea, tea, cream-cheese based drinks, and many more. It’s for milk tea lovers and fans of the brand. It’s not for picky drinkers who are just looking for plain juices and sodas. We recommend their Kitten Milk Tea, Blue Curacao Soda, and Cream Cheese Oreo Milk Tea. Our insider tip is to get their For Me & For You Drinks perfect for couples or BFFs! Read our full feature here

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780 Banawe St, Quezon City

9. Kumori Cafe – SM North EDSA

1003 Favorites
Last month’s #4

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Kumori is a vibrant bakery and cafe that offers calm and comfort through a variety of authentic Japanese breads and pastries, a total opposite to their namesake, which actually means ‘cloudy’. It’s for yuppies or barkadas looking to work or catch up over delicious, Instagram-worthy pastries in a cheerful ambience. It’s not for your boys night out. We recommend the Soft Matcha Bun, Salmon Bonito, and their famous Japanese cheesecake: the Kumori Hanjuku Cheese. Our insider tip is to order their cheesecakes by the box, as one piece could easily be finished in 2-3 bites.


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G/F SM North EDSA, The Block, Quezon City
(02) 372-4355

8. Seoul Train Korean BBQ – Sgt. Esguerra

1041 Favorites
Last month’s #7

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Seoul Train is an immersive train-themed Korean BBQ grill, one of Tomas Morato’s latest hidden gems. It’s for barkada nights out and fun dates for people who enjoy great Korean food and unique experiences. It’s not for those too lazy to grill their own meat. We recommend the Bul Samgyeopsal, Woo Samgyeop, and Samgyetang. . Our insider tip: The restaurant also has arcade crane machines, so try your luck at winning a cool prize! Read the full feature here.


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#28 Sergeant Esguerra Ave, near Tomas Morato, South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 287-2446

7. Vanderlust Bistro & Patisserie – Sct. De Guia

1050 Favorites
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Vanderlust is a hidden restaurant serving up unique European pastries and dishes inspired from the owners’ travels in Europe. It’s for cafe lovers who want to explore unique new flavors of classic pastas, dessert, and more. It’s not for those who want a fine dining experience. We recommend you try their Schneeballen, Cacio E Pepe Mushroom Truffle, and Pollo al Funghi sul Riso. Our insider tip: WiFi and sockets are available! Read more here.


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100 Sct De Guia cor Tomas Morato, Sacred Heart, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 954-0401

6. The Frazzled Cook – Sct. Gandia

1057 Favorites
Last month’s #3

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The Frazzled Cook is a quirky restaurant put together with the mission of serving good comfort food in a cozy, homey ambiance. ‘Frazzled’, which means completely exhausted, says nothing of the food, but the passion and hard work put in to every dish they serve. It’s for casual but intimate date nights or cozy meals with the family. It’s not for people who don’t enjoy searching for ‘hidden’ restaurants. We recommend the Sizzling Squid, Wagyu Salpicao, Truffle Pasta, and Pancake ala Mode. Here’s an insider tip: The place is easily curtained off into sections, and they also have rooms for smaller private events. Read our full feature here.


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78 Scout Gandia, Laging Handa, Quezon City
+63 2 374-6879

5. Grape Escape PH – Maginhawa

1224 Favorites
Last month’s #8

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Grape Escape is a wine lounge and kitchen and is the first of its kind in Maginhawa. They first made its appearance a year ago in the food park, StrEAT: Maginhawa. The owners wanted a more permanent place for people to socialize and enjoy wine so they opened this full-fledged restaurant in March 1. It’s a place for catching up with family and friends since there’s no wifi in the restaurant. It’s not for people who are on a strict diet. We recommend their salpicao, pork chop, polpette and blueberry tiramisu. Our insider tip: The restaurant serves unlimited wine! READ MORE HERE.


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99 Maginhawa Street, Teacher’s Village, Quezon City
(02) 405-2546

4. RB CTY / Rib City – Maginhawa

1271 Favorites
Last month’s #6

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RB CTY / Rib City is a fun and interactive restaurant specializing in ribs, but they also offer dishes like pasta, salads, and other mains. In line with their restaurant concept, they encourage guests to build lego while waiting for orders. It’s for barkada nights out or Saturday playdates with the kids. It’s not for people who are looking for a quiet place to work in. We recommend the Big City with CTY rice or the Twin Tower. Our insider tip: They regularly release food promos!


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63 Maginhawa st., UP Village, Quezon City
+63 917 871-4681

3. Blake’s Wings & Steaks – Katipunan

1340 Favorites
Last month’s #1

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Blake’s Wings & Steaks is an all-American diner offering hefty portions of wings, ribs and steaks for the entire family to enjoy. (In case you didn’t know, Blake is a husky!) It’s for casual gatherings with families and friends with large servings of comfort food to share. It’s not for diners on a strict diet.We recommend the Wicked Wings, Porterhouse Steak, and Blake’d Mussels. Our insider tip: They have free Wi-Fi! Also get FREE CHURROS on top of your discount with Booky!


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186 Katipunan Ave., Blue Ridge A, Diliman, Quezon City
(02) 635-2097

2. Soru Izakaya – Maginhawa

1482 Favorites
Last month’s #9

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Soru Izakaya is a modern Japanese restaurant offering innovative takes on cuisine classics. The culinary style is referred to as the “new Nippon” which translates to new Japanese. It’s for Japanese food enthusiasts craving a different approach to their favorite dishes. It’s not for loyalists to traditional Japanese cooking. We recommend their Nori Tempura, Oh Umi Maki, Matcha Cheesecake, and their Wasabi Cocktail. Our insider tip: Their rainbow art work is actually mayonnaise, so don’t forget to dip your maki!


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140 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Village, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 704-0515

1. Hamaru Yakitori & Sushi – Quezon City

1519 Favorites
Last month’s #2

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Hamaru is a hidden Japanese bar and restaurant in Quezon City. Staying true to its name which means “go crazy over”, Hamaru is seriously crazy to surprise you with its modern izakaya menu consisting of sushi, yakitori, sashimi, unique cocktails and more. It’s for people looking for good Japanese food on a night of good drinking. It’s not for people looking for a light meal. We recommend Niño’s Chicken Poppers, Oyster Motoyaki, and their Hamaru Soft Shell Crab Roll. Our insider tip: Try their 8-course degustation menu available every day, which comes with desserts and a 5-sake flight! Read our full feature here.


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The Food Hive Food Park, #80 Visayas Ave, Vasra, Quezon City
(0917) 105-5832

Your buds count so remember to cast your votes, we tally them every month based on user data on the Booky app. Let us know your most loved restaurants by adding them to your ‘Favorites’ list!

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