You’ll miss out if you pass on Pasig!
It’s no surprise that when we think of where to eat in Pasig, many of us immediately think of Kapitolyo and with good reason. Kapitolyo is filled with exciting restaurants and is also perfect for when we just want to take a break from malls.
A number of the top 10 most loved restaurants for this month are, again to no surprise, in Kapitolyo but there are also many other places to discover in Pasig!
We’ve rounded up 10 of the best restaurants in Pasig for the month so if you haven’t tried out a certain place yet, this may just be a sign!
10. Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory Cafe – Estancia Mall
Open for: Dine-in and Delivery
If you love Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory’s coveted biscuits, you’ll surely have a great time at their dedicated cafe located at Estancia! Their specialty are souffle pancakes, breads, and pastries served Japanese-style.
It’s for anyone who enjoys dining in at cafes.
It’s not for those looking for heavy meals.
We recommend milk pies, beefy molten hamburg, chocolate pancake, creme brulee pancake.
9. Minami Saki – Astoria Plaza
Open for: Dine-in, takeout, and delivery
A restaurant headed by Chef Kimito Katagiri, Minami Saki isn’t hesitant to embrace its authentic and traditional culture and to show it to its customers through the food as well as the small details in their interiors.
It’s for those who enjoy traditional Japanese cuisine.
It’s not for those looking for a more budget-friendly Japanese restaurant.
We recommend their U.S. Tenderloin Teppan-Yaki, Aburi Sushi 3 kinds
8. CargoFish – Ugong
Open for: Dine-in, takeout, and delivery via FoodPanda and GrabFood
CargoFish serves the perfect dishes this Lenten season! They are a fish and chips place where you can choose your beer-battered fish or meat, sides, and sauces.
It’s for anyone who likes their food British-style.
It’s not for people allergic to fish.
We recommend Coughin sisig, dirty nachos, and a combination of dory, Cargo rice, and tartar.
7. Warung – Kapitolyo
Open for: Takeout and pickup
Warung Kapitolyo is a Bali-inspired haven that serves authentic Indonesian specialties by sisters Louh Decena and Tess Doctora. Both have lived and worked in Indonesia for several years.
It’s for those who are craving for Indonesian cuisine.
It’s not for those looking for a quick grab-to-go type of food.
We recommend their Nasi Goreng, Sate Ayam
6. Shinsen Sushi Bar and Restaurant – Sapphire Bloc
Open for: Dine-in, delivery, and pick-up
Shinsen Sushi is a local establishment that serves authentic Japanese cuisine. They have a proudly Filipino staff trained professionally by Japanese chefs.
It’s for those who are craving for some delicious and no-fail Japanese.
It’s not for those looking for a fusion-type of menu.
We recommend their Beef Yakiniku, Kari Kari Kari Yaki (crispy oysters), Uni Donburi
5. Charlie’s Grind & Grill – Kapitolyo
Open for: Dine-in and delivery via FoodPanda
Charlie’s Grind & Grill is a famous burger joint beside a car wash station. You may opt to have your car washed while chomping on their gourmet burger favourites like Angus Burger, Wagyu Burger and Wagyu Cheese Steak perfectly paired with their thick cut fries.
It’s for people who love a good and juicy burger.
It’s not for those looking for a fast food type of burger, this is a bit pricier but definitely worth every bite.
We recommend their Black Angus Cheeseburger and Wagyu Cheesesteak.
4. Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant – Kapitolyo
Open for: Dine-in and delivery via GrabFood
Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant, from the same owners of another Kapitolyo favourite Cafe Juanita, is a casual dining spot serving affordable Japanese cuisine. The sakura-filled interiors with a bridge smack at the middle adds to the authenticity and romance of the place.
It’s for those who absolutely love Japanese food as Haru will not disappoint.
It’s not for those looking for a teppan (where they cook in front of you) dining experience.
We recommend their Cha Soba and Uni Donburi
3. Poco Deli – Kapitolyo
Open for: Dine-in, delivery, and takeout
Known to be the little neighbourhood deli (but has since grew to other branches across Metro Manila), Poco Deli offers a variety of prime meats for cold cuts, charcuterie, meat slabs, and many more.
It’s for a fans of cheese, deli, meats, and good wine to match.
It’s not ideal for vegetarians as their menu mostly consists of meats and cheeses.
We recommend the Truffle Oil Pasta and Spanish Callos.
2. Locavore Kitchen x Drinks – Kapitolyo
Open for: Dine-in, takeout, and courier pick-up
Locavore is a homegrown restaurant that emphasizes in the importance of sourcing ingredients locally. The dishes served are Filipino classics, with a French twist courtesy of Chef Mikel Zaguirre.
It’s for people who love twists on their classic Filipino favourites.
It’s not for people who want traditional Filipino dishes.
We recommend their Sizzling Sinigang, Kare-Kare Wings, and Lechon Oyster Sisig.
1. Café Juanita – Kapitolyo
Open for: Al fresco dining, takeout, and delivery
Located in West Capitol Drive in Kapitolyo Pasig, Cafe Juanita has been a neighborhood favorite. 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.
It’s for those who want a romantic ambiance to go with their Filipino and other Asian favourites.
It’s not for those looking for Western-style food.
We recommend their Kare-Kare.
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Cover image from Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory’s Facebook Page