Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig (Eat)

calendar_todayOctober 19, 2015
account_circleJanine Daquio

This set of friends of mine and I visited a restaurant in Tomas Morato area 11 months ago. After that long period, we planned gathering again. However, meeting on a hectic Friday would be difficult for us to have a rendezvous for dinner. Considering our different outs and area of offices, we’d probably passed out because of starvation before reaching Quezon City. We are all living in QC but our work is all going to South so kill them dead with the heavy traffic.

Who would have thought that there will be a lot of restaurant in Kapitolyo?

It was then Michael suggested we try eating in one of the Kapitolyo Pasig Restaurants!

People who read this also liked: Main Street Restaurant in Kapitolyo

While sharing our new life situations, the Crispy Kangkong (P100) made our conversations to keep on coming. The dish is a little oily but eating water spinach in this kind of cooking would make you forget you are eating vegetables.

This restaurant in Kapitolyo offers kangkong in a very unique way.

Our soup, Sinigang na Baboy (P160) is enough for us because the pork meat comes in four slices. The ingredients were a lot and its sourness is just right.

Sinigang na Baboy at a restaurant in Kapitolyo

Three Sisters’ Pinakbet (P160), also a mixed vegetable dish, is served on a small plate yet the serving is generous. The shrimp paste (bagoong) did not make the dish to be salty.

Veggies overload at this restaurant in Kapitolyo

This looks Kare-Kare but I’m telling you it isn’t. This is the Adobong Hito sa Gata (P230) of Three Sisters’. It’s not my first time eating hito (catfish) but I enjoyed this dish. The sauce is perfectly blended. This would be a 5/5 for me if only we did not saw blood on the fish.

Adobong hito is probably one of the unique food to have here at this restaurant in Kapitolyo

We’ve later realized that we ordered a lot of dishes with an ingredient of eggplants in it. Having said that, here’s Ensaladang Talong (P100) served with shrimp paste, fresh tomatoes and ahmmm (is that onions?) forget it. MJ started to feel itchy so we stopped eating it.

Adobong hito is probably one of the unique food to have here at this restaurant in Kapitolyo

Budget-wise is the reason why we picked up Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig and we’re all being frugal considering our daily expenses. Oh my God, our dilemma is really for grown-ups now. Back to the topic, by looking at our group photo, their serving is good for large meal. Our table can’t breathe and so are we. The taste is nothing special but the ambiance is exceptional; no wonder they’re full house filled with yuppies. They just recently moved in this area last July 17, 2015.

restaurant in Kapitolyo with friends

Price: 5/5
Serving: 5/5
Taste: 3.5/5
Service: 4/5
Ambiance: 4/5

A restaurant in Kapitolyo with artsy wall decoration

Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig address: 10 East Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City, 1603 Metro Manila

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. Photo watermark is named after my old site.

Janine Daquio
Latest posts by Janine Daquio (see all)