Filled with restos serving international cuisine for adventurous palates.
It’s no surprise that when we think of where to eat in Pasig, many of us immediately think
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. Wagyupsal – Kapitolyo
Last month’s #9
As in their name, Wagyupsal offers unlimited wagyu along with other meats like pork belly, bacon, beef bulgogi, and they even have tempura as a side dish!
It’s for people who love unli-barbecue type restaurants and want to try adding wagyu along with it!
It’s not for those who are cutting down on their meat intake.
We recommend their Unli Pork + Beef + Wagyu Set
9. Shinsen Sushi Bar and Restaurant – Sapphire Bloc
Last month’s #2
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
Insider tip: Enjoy up to ₱300 off your bill!
8. Warung – Kapitolyo
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
7. Charlie’s Grind & Grill – Kapitolyo
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.
6. Haru Sushi Bar & Restaurant – Kapitolyo
Last month’s #8
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
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to ₱100 off your bill!
5. Minami Saki – Astoria Plaza
Last month’s #9
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
4. Bueno Tapas & Wine Restaurant – The Grove by Rockwell
Last month’s #6
Bueno Tapas & Wine Restaurant is a luxurious yet homey Spanish restaurant offering a unique dining experience. Using quality ingredients to ensure rich and explosive flavors.
It’s for those who love Spanish classics like paella and croquetas.
It’s not for people looking for a quick bite.
We recommend their Croquetas, Paellas, and Gambas Al Ajillo
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to ₱300 off your bill!
3. Locavore Kitchen x Drinks – Kapitolyo
Last month’s #3
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.
Insider tip: You can enjoy up to ₱200 off your bill!
2. Masil Charcoal Grill Restaurant – Tiendesitas
Last month’s #3
If you’re looking for a new Korean barbecue to try, Masil should be at the very top of your list. A favourite spot among local KBBQ-lovers and actual Korean nationals, enjoy a taste of authentic Korean cuisine at Masil!
It’s for people who are looking for authentic KBBQ with set menus rather than the usual unlimited.
It’s not for those looking for an unlimited-type KBBQ.
We recommend their Masil Bulgogi, Pajeon, and Dolsot Bibimbap.
1. Sibyullee – Ayala Malls The 30th
Last month’s #1
The third concept of the Happy Foods group, Sibyullee is a restaurant that serves up modern Seoul BBQ, known for their unlimited Korean barbecue, and extensive selection of pork, beef, chicken, and banchan.
It’s for those who love KBBQ and Korean dishes.
It’s not for those who don’t want to smell like grilled meats after.
We recommend their Cheese Ramyeon and their unli-KBBQ option.
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