Pasig food spots you can’t miss out on.
Pasig’s become a real go-to hotspot for foodies around the Metro, and with so many choices, it’s become a task to narrow them all down. Got a craving you need to satisfy? Do it with these 13 no-fail choices, and even get up to P500 off while you’re at it. How so? Just download Booky and let Booky Prime do the work. P.S. You can even get free dessert at these spots.
READ MORE: Check out the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Pasig this month!
Asakusa – The Grove by Rockwell
Specializing in all kinds of Tempura, Asakusa Home of Tempura is the place-to-be for your late-night tempura cravings! Try the Emperor Set, Salmon Maki, Chawan Mushi and Tempura Udon. They also have a Make Your Own Tempura: choose your tempura (black tiger prawn, scallops, kani or zucchini), your side order, and the sauce. Check out other new restaurants at The Grove here.
I Am Kim – Estancia Mall
I Am Kim is a modern Korean restaurant offering unlimited bibimbap and a super affordable Korean buffet. It’s by Chef Him Uy de Baron (of Nomama Artisanal Ramen) who is known for his non-traditional attack on well-known dishes. The must-try dishes here are the BBQ Bap and the Adobo Flakes Bap. Full feature here.
Sobremesa – Sapphire Bloc
Sobremesa by Chef Benjo Tuason (of Relik and URBN) serves South American dishes with a Filipino twist. Try their Barako coffee-crusted Ribeye steak, Bulalo Estofado and Chorizo Croqueta. Fun fact: Sobremesa actually means ‘the time spent at the table after a meal; laughing, talking, and sharing stories with the people around the table.’ Also read: 13 Hidden Restaurant Gems in Ortigas.
Book now and get up to P300 off!
Sapphire Bloc, Ortigas Center, Pasig
+63 906 445-2559
Edgy Veggy – 3 Brixton
Edgy Veggy is primarily a vegetarian food delivery service, but they also have also a small cafe serving the Kapitolyo-based residents and office goers. Their bestsellers are the Big Burger Burrito and Korean rice meal. Insider tip: They’re closed on Sundays.
Book now and get up to P200 off!
3 Brixton St, Kapitolyo, Pasig
+63 2 584-9080
Backyard Kitchen + Brew – The Grove
Backyard Kitchen + Brew is a farm-to-table bar and grill concept from Chef Edward Bugia of Pino, The Burger Project and Pi Breakfast and Pies fame. Try their Salted Egg Chicken Skin, Waffle Breaded Fried Chicken and Pizzookie. Insider tip: They’re open until 2AM for you night owls.
Cafe 1771 – Ortigas Center
As the cornerstone restaurant at 1771 El Pueblo, Café 1771 offers casual and business diners a refreshing and welcoming spot. Their bestsellers are the Fried Squash Flowers, Salbacho Pizza, Eggs Benedict, as well as their dessert selection.
Florabel – Estancia Mall
Florabel is a a fine dining restaurant serving both Filipino and continental dishes. From their first home in Podium, they’ve moved to Estancia Mall in Pasig. For mains, get their Seafood Risotto and for dessert, their Chocnut Torte. Also read: 16 Exciting Restaurants in Capitol Commons.
Rub Ribs & BBQ – East Capitol Dr.
RUB offers no-frills American grub specializing in, of course, ribs. Try out Raki’s BBQ Ribs with spiced fried rice and the Pizzadilla. Insider tip: Rub’s other branches accept reservations, but Rub Tomas Morato still gives discounts for walk-in customers with Booky Prime cards.
Sentro 1771 — Capitol Commons
Sentro 1771 is a Filipino restaurant that infuses homegrown cuisine with a sophisticated and cosmopolitan dimension. An absolute must-try dish here is their Corned Beef Sinigang, which uses their own corned beef cured in house for 3-5 days. Love sinigang? Check out 10 unique sinigang dishes we found in and out of Manila, here.
Tipsy Pig Gastropub — Capitol Commons
Tipsy Pig Gastropub is a one-of-a-kind restaurant for your go-to drinks and comfort food. Try their Beer Can Chicken, Boneless Crispy Pata, Belly Good Sisig Tacos, Rigatoni Pasta with Spicy Shrimp and Mashed Potatoes. For drinks, the Salted Caramel beer and Peach beer won us over.
UCC Clockwork — Estancia Mall
UCC joins the 3rd wave coffee trend with UCC Clockwork’s extensive menu of high quality coffee and other artisanal dishes. For meals, must-orders are the Baked Nachos, Grilled Pulled Pork with Cheese, Adobo Floss Pasta Plate, Steak and Eggs, and the Crabby Fatty Omurice. If you’re having coffee, go for the Judy on the Rocks or the Kori Kohi.
Coco Ichibanya — Estancia Mall
Dubbed as the World’s #1 Japanese Curry House, Coco Ichibanya is famous for their insanely flavorful curry dishes. Get carried away with their Pork Cutlet Omelet Curry, Cheese Hamburger Curry, Seafood Curry and Cheese Curry.
Yamato Bakery Cafe — Ortigas Center
Yamato Bakery is a contemporary bakery serving fresh Japanese pastries, desserts and good coffee. The word ‘Yamato’, which was an area in Nara province, is also considered to be an ancient name of Japan. Must-try dishes here include their Cinnamon Walnut Danish, Chocolate Mini Croissants and their Cream Puffs.
Can’t wait to try these restaurants? Make sure to add them to your Must Try list on Booky! That way, you can access their information and menus in no time. Plus, with your Booky Prime card, you’ll even get discounts of up to P500 off–yup, just for bingeing on your favorite food.
Quit missing out and download the app today!