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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.
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10. Soru Izakaya – Maginhawa
Last month’s #4
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!
9. Grape Escape PH – Maginhawa
Last month’s #6
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!
8. Snacks & Ladders – Maginhawa
Snacks and Ladders Board Game Cafe offers great food and unlimited play that’s perfect for everyone. Snacks and Ladders has over 400 board games, a giant chess board, a giant Snakes and Ladders board, a foosball table, a Harry Potter-themed karaoke area, and a wide selection of Filipino-American fusion snacks and meals. It’s for the people who not only love life-size games, but also for Harry Potter fans! It’s not for those who aren’t into pop culture references or board games. We recommend their Dominionachos!
7. Oomori – Banawe
Oomori Japanese Cuisine offers a wide variety of Japanese food like sushi, rolls, sashimi, temaki, rice meals and many more. Their menu does not limit to traditional Japanese dishes. It’s for Japanese food lovers who aren’t scared to get experimental. It’s not for those looking for traditional, no-nonsense Japanese delicacies. We recommend their Sushi Burger and Salmon Wrapped Maki with Truffle Oil!
6. Mesa – Robinsons Galleria
Last month’s #9
Mesa serves a wide variety of Filipino items from appetizers to soups, main dishes to grilled items, choice of meat and seafood complemented with a selection of desserts coupled with specialty drinks. It’s for those looking for an elevated, home-cooked meal fresh from the kitchen. It’s not for those sick of the aforementioned home food. We recommend their Pinatayong Manok and Tilapia. Inside tip: all their items are prepared daily for the highest quality and freshness of their ingredients.
5. Neighborhood Game Cafe – Banawe
Neighborhood Game Cafe is a great place to bond with friends and family over some coffee, specialty beverages and comfort food alongside your favorite board games right in the heart of Quezon City. It’s for the barkada that wants a to get competitive. It’s not for those who don’t enjoy board games. We recommend their Chicken Curry and Cheesy Beef Mushroom.
4. Cafe Dominique – West Triangle
Last month’s #3
Cafe Dominique is a casual family-run restaurant serving American fusion comfort food including buttered prawns, roast chicken, twice cooked pork belly, milkshakes, and desserts. It’s for big groups, especially families, who want enjoy and bond over good food. It’s not for small groups, you only get the full effect if you come in big. We recommend their Roast Beef with X.O. sauce and Kare-Kareng Bagnet.
3. The Eatery – Cubao
Last month’s #3
The Eatery by Chef Erick Congmon and Friends is a casual dining restaurant offering a wide range of menu out of a traditional family recipe. The Eatery gives us a welcome break from fast food to deliver on classic favorites: chicken, pasta, and salads, paired with bottomless drinks and unlimited rice. It’s for the people who answer, “Anything” when asked what they want to eat. It’s not for those with specific cravings. We recommend their Salt & Pepper Wagyu Cubes and Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings.
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2. Naughty Nachos – Maginhawa
Last month’s #1
Naughty Nachos is a casual dining restaurant offering comfort food such as cheesy nachos, burgers, fries, milkshake and UNLIWINGS. It is also known for their Nacho Volcano which is the largest serving of nachos in the country. It’s for all the cheese lovers out there, plus anyone who’d love to post a pic for the gram. It’s not for anyone lactose intolerant or anyone adverse to cheese. We recommend the Cheesy Beef Overload, Bacon Jalapeño, and the Nacho Volcano!
1. Kko Kko – UP Town Center
Last month’s #1
Kko Kko is a modern Korean chicken house that uses traditional and contemporary recipes
that came from Grace Lee and her mom. Their menu is divided into three main categories – Korean Fried Chicken, Korean Street Food, and Dosirak (Korean lunch box) – each narrating a story about the dining setting and customs of Korea. It’s for foodies looking for new and unique Korean dishes. It’s not for people looking for grilled Korean BBQ. We recommend the Chicken Cheese Fondue, Snow Chicken Cheese, and Galbi Jim Dosirak. Our insider tip is the place is quite small and may get full quickly on peak hours, so make sure to book a table ahead of time. Fun Fact: Kko Kko was named after the sound that a chicken makes.
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