There’s a place to get classic and delicious Filipino desserts from!
U.P. Town Center is a collaboration between U.P. Diliman campus and the Ayala Malls that aims to foster community and academe building by providing a mix of high quality retailers and office tenants, restaurants, and services that cater to the needs and demands of students, workers, and residents in the surrounding community.
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U.P. Town Center opened its doors in 2013 and hasn’t stopped expanding and opening new stores since then. Check out these restaurants that have re-opened to serve you your favorite dishes!
Nono’s – Level 1
One of the most popular restaurants wherever it is, Nono’s has become well-known for their high-quality comfort food and must-try desserts. It’s definitely a “yes!” from us for Nono’s.
Recommended dishes: Beef Tapa, Homestyle Fried Chicken, Chocolate Oblivion Cake
Barcino – G/F Phase 1
Have a taste of Spain right in the middle of Katipunan at Barcino! Famous for their delicious Spanish cuisine and wide selection of wine, our personal favorite offer from Barcino is their unli-sangria.
Recommended dishes: Almejas A La Bilbaina, Paella Negra, Torreznos
Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina – 2/F
A true U.P. Town Center staple, Silantro is a casual Tex-Mex restaurant that still brings in massive lines! Packing huge flavor at great prices, Silanto is definitely a must-try spot when you find yourself at U.P. Town.
Recommended dishes: Silantro's Paella Fajita Mix, Papi's Fritas, Nachos
The Alley by Vikings – 2/F
The Alley by Vikings is an indoor food hall with international unique concepts to choose from. Reminiscent of hawker centers, The Alley is a food hall with all-you-can-eat street food for when you can’t choose where to eat in QC.
Crisostomo – 2/F
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.
Recommended dishes: Halo-Halo ni Crisostomo, Paella Filipino, Kare-Kare ng Kura
Marugame Udon – G/F
A self-service style restaurant from Tokyo which allows you to create your own udon by picking your own toppings, get affordable, flavorful, and freshly made Japanese dishes at Marugame Udon.
Recommended dishes: Beef Ontama Bukkake Udon, Chicken Paitan Udon, and Beef Yaki Udon.
The Fat Seed Cafe + Roastery – G/F Phase 2
The Fat Seed Cafe + Roastery offers specialty coffee and fusion comfort food like kimchi fried rice with maple bacon slab, quinoa bowl, and buttermilk fried chicken with ube waffle in salted egg sauce.
Recommended dishes: Bruschetta Medley, Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Ube Waffle in Salted Egg Sauce, The Fat Seed Burger
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Operating hours: Monday to Thursday – 10:30 AM to 6:30 PM | Friday – Sunday – 10: 30 AM – 8 PM
G/F Phase 2, UP Town Center, Katipunan Ave, Diliman, Quezon City
Cibo – 2/F
A favorite among titas and would-be-titas, Cibo is a local restaurant chain by Margarita Flores that serves authentic Italian dishes tweaked for Filipino tastes. Quite literally, Cibo means ‘food’ in Italian.
Recommended dishes: Tiramisu Croccante, Pate Di Fegato / Crostini/ Chicken Liver Pate, Melted Cheese/ Thin Sardinian Flat Bread
Bistro Ravioli – 2/F Phase 1
Bistro Ravioli is an Italian restaurant that takes pride in its freshly made pastas and brick oven pizzas. This restaurant actually started out as a kiosk in a food court, selling their ravioli dishes.
Recommended dishes: Lasagna Primavera, Three-Cheese Ravioli, Margherita Pizza
Ramen Nagi – G/F
One of the most popular joints in the country, Ramen Nagi is known for offering “King” bowls that come in different flavors. Some of the flavors they offer are the Black King (squid ink), Red King (spicy), and Green King (pesto).
Recommended dishes: Original King (Butao), Black King (Kuroo), Green King (Midorio), and Red King (Akao)
Geonbae – 3/F
Coined after the Korean term for “cheers” or “bottoms up”, Geonbae is a Korean restaurant serving up premium and value for money Korean barbecue, sashimi, and steak.
At Mama Lou’s you and your family can fill yourselves up with authentic Italian dishes like pizza, pasta, risotto, and more!
Recommended dishes: Rollo Di Pollo, Marbled Rib Eye Steak, Truffle Mac & Cheese, Risotto Tartufo Funghi, Spaghetti Seafood Olio - House Special
Sushi Nori – 2/F
Sushi Nori is the first temakeria in the country that offers grab-and-go sushi. Go ahead and try their combinations of over 26 different flavors in hand-rolled temaki or 6-pc sushi rolls set.
Recommended dishes: Kani Sushi, Firecracker Temaki, and Classic Poke
Yabu:House of Katsu – G/F Phase 2
Yabu: House of Katsu is a restaurant that serves up all things katsu which you can pair with their unlimited rice, cabbage salad, and fruits.
Recommended dishes: Rosu, Mechi, and Prawn Katsu
Meat Depot – G/F
A place where you can get your steak exactly how you like it, Meat Depot is a steak joint perfect for those who can’t get enough of meat whether it is Pork, Beef, or even Lamb.
Recommended meats: Thick-Cut Bacon, Wagyu Beef, and Rib Eye Steak
TuanTuan Chinese Brasserie – G/F Phase 2
TuanTuan Chinese Brasserie, located right in the heart of the alfresco area at UP Town Center, serves Hong Kong comfort food in a French-inspired ambiance.
Recommended dishes: Crispy Barbecued Pork Snow Buns, Malay Laksa Fish Soup Combo, and Pork Meatball Congee
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