The summer heat is really intense. As much as I would like to visit one of the coolest places in the country like Baguio, I could not because of the massive amount of work I have at the moment. Good thing there’s a place in Quezon City that will remind you of the City of Pines called K&L Cafe.
We stumbled upon a Japanese restaurant with interiors that resemble traditional izakayas in Japan. It has an all-wood design as well as traditional elements such as banners and lanterns.
Peri Peri refers to African bird’s eye chilis which is a type of chili that originated from Africa. The restaurant uses this chili in their sauces. And since they are known for their Charcoal Chicken, Peri-Peri takes their preparation to a new level to ensure their diners enjoy the explosion of flavours.
Do you have a love-hate relationship with summer like I do? Well, I have good news for you! Ombu Kusina just launched their summer menu which includes their new flavored ice halo-halo series!
If you value authentic and delicious Mandarin cuisine, there’s this place along West Avenue that stood the test of time. It’s called Shantung and they have been serving authentic Mandarin cuisine since 1958.
Do you love camping AND curry? You can experience both in this camping-themed restaurant called Camp Curry! Hailed as one of Tokyo’s most-loved curry restaurant, Camp Curry serves tasty and healthy curry dishes which are cooked fresh upon order!
If you’re craving for dessert crepes, go for the best place – Cafe Breton. The French café offers artisan crepes which are available in numerous lovely flavors.
So you love cheese? Tori Chizu, a restaurant that offers a variety of delicious fusion of Japanese cuisines such as Doria or cheesy baked Japanese rice is a good place for cheese fanatics!
Falafel is a deep-fried chickpea ball with coriander, garlic, parsley and other Mediterranean spices. It is a staple dish of the Middle East which originated in Alexandria, a Mediterranean port city in Egypt sometime after 300 BCE.
I love coffee and bubble tea. But in this Japanese fusion restaurant, I discovered their so-called Japanese Cheesecake Cream which I am adding to my list.
They have delicious dishes, big servings and great customer service. You’ll certainly get the best value for your money in this little Asian restaurant.
Is it time for your dim sum fix? You will get your money’s worth at this place in Banawe St. Corner Linaw St. Quezon City.