There’s more to Pasig than its luxurious malls, exquisite hotels, and towering business centers because Pasig offers to take your cravings to the flavors of the world.
The city has spoiled the residents, businessmen, executives, and employees with all the restaurants of varying cuisines. Now, are you ready to fill that hungry tummy but find it hard to keep up with all the restaurants, most especially the Kapitolyo restaurants that must be tried? We listed here a good number of the best restaurants in Pasig.
Restaurants in Kapitolyo, Pasig
There is definitely no shortage of options as you traverse along the Kapitolyo food street. As it can’t be identified how it all began, Kapitolyo has been associated as the best places to go whenever you feel famished or simply up to food exploration of different cuisines at a reasonable price for one reason – you have a lot to choose from!
Holding onto the Filipino cuisine but want to have a taste of modern flair? Locavore is a place you’d definitely want to dine in. From the safe Sizzling Sinigang to the daring Kimchinigang, Locavore answers your crave of adventurous flavor. Other recommended dishes are Garlic Baby Squid and Ginataang Kalabasa.
Poco Deli Kapitolyo
If you are looking for Italian/German cuisine, particularly artisan sausages and wine around Kapitolyo, here’s Poco Deli. Everyone’s been raving about Bacon Slab so surely this shouldn’t be amiss. On the other hand, if you want to devour more meat, The Carnivore should be ordered since it also has Bacon Slab as one of the meats. Definitely, a glass of wine is a perfect pair but if you’re not a fan yet, try Blackout Chocolate Cake to cap off your lovely meal.
Main Street Kapitolyo
It’s not common to hear about Canadian comfort food in your day-to-day life, isn’t it? Well, Main Street is here. Get to try poutines, buttermilk chicken, burgers and pizza! Since Canadians love everything smoked, better try their Barbecue Burger.
Korean Restaurants in Pasig
While Filipinos have been fully captivated by Kdrama, Korean foods flashed on the screen had truly influenced the citizens to try Korean food as Korean restaurants continue to sprout in the city – Pasig no exemption.
Looking forward to enjoying charcoal cooked meat with your friends? This Korean restaurant located in Tiendesitas has a Set Menu good for 4 with a price of P4,000+. Worry not,they also serve an ala carte menu with a very generous serving surely to fill your tummy.
Unlimited Korean barbecue? Grill and eat for 2 hours with their premium meats sourced from US and Europe for only P599. They also have an ala carte menu and accept solo diners.
San Chun Sung
You’d know you’re in the right place if you see Korean nationals hanging out in a Korean restaurant. Legit Jjajangmyeon and Tangsuyuk are the most ordered dishes in Sa Chun Sung.
Japanese Restaurants in Pasig
Of course, Japanese cuisine is definitely not out of the ordinary! Whether you’re an anime lover or not, embracing Japanese cuisine has nothing to do with the theme of anyone’s media preferences. We just simply love Japanese food.
Located in Estancia Mall, this Japanese restaurant that specializes in curry takes you away from the humdrum meals. Have a choice of curry rice or omelet curry rice for step 1, spiciness level and toppings to complete your order.
Of course, one of the considered comfort foods for most everyone should not be forgotten. Their Signature Happiness Ramen saves the day.
Haru Sushi Bar and Restaurant
By far the best sashimi and sushi in the metro, Haru Sushi Bar and Restaurant boasts of its sashimi that tastes as close as are served fresh in Japan.
Al Fresco Dining in Pasig
The pandemic crisis in many parts of the world made us adopt the common European countries love – dining in outside the restaurant. No explainer, we definitely know virus can be easily spread if there’s not enough ventilation. Without further ado, here are the restaurants in Pasig that have al fresco set up.
Kanto Freestyle Pasig
Kanto as translated, “street corner” has more or less ten branches in the metro. Certainly, it’s almost like everywhere but what makes this restaurant special is that most branches of Kanto Freestyle are open 24/7 and that they serve all-day breakfast. It’s a garage turned restaurant and an open air restaurant.
Three Sisters Restaurant has an al fresco dining area that would surely ease your worry away while eating their affordable seafood dishes! They also have barbecue platters that are affordable.
Another Filipino fusion cuisine to try is Sentro 1771. Macao Chorizo and Cheese Tidbits, Sinigang na Corned Beef, Fried Suman with Mangoes are the recommended dishes to experience the extraordinary take of Filipino food.
Tapsi ni Vivian
A canteen style restaurant that has an aircon but upon observation chooses to have their windows open – so should it be considered a “well-ventilated” restaurant, too? Tapa tastes sweet and bulalo tastes exceptional.
Looking for more restaurants in Pasig? Read more reviews below!