After my first visit at a ramen place along Congressional Avenue, I’ve been on the lookout for a different one. I think it’s pretty obvious why I moved on without a second glance. Anyway, I am fully aware that there are several Japanese restaurants that offer a great bowl of ramen. But those restaurants can be quite expensive. And if you’re craving for ramen at night, going to the mall isn’t always the best idea. Good thing there’s a new shop along Visayas Avenue. Katsu Shokudo is a small katsu and ramen shop. They opened their doors on April 2018 but it was only in September when the news reached us. A friend and a few other people recommended this place when we were looking for a place to dine one night. Our first visit was on a Friday night. Since the place was packed, we just ordered a ramen for take-out. After we tasted Katsu Shokudo’s Shoyu ramen, we know right then and there that we found our go-to place for good value ramen. …
Do you love dishes such as Roti Prata and Shish Kebab? Then make sure to visit Oliva Bistro Cafe in Quezon City because the 54-seater restaurant features an exciting mix of traditional Asian and Western flavors. They have a wide selection of appetizers, salads, pasta, sandwiches as well as Indian specialties making sure you will find a flavor that will suit your taste.
For fresh and authentic Filipino cuisine, I suggest visiting the heart of Quezon City specifically Road 1 corner Road 33, Project 6. There you will find a beautiful and 100% compliant green building called Florville housing a farm to table restaurant called Rolando’s.
As mentioned on our previous blog post, Congo Grille is set beside their sister company – TEMPURA Japanese Grill. The Japanese restaurant is known for Manila’s Best Tempura. But it does not end there because they also offer modern Japanese food that are are worth every peso.
Congo Grille has been our family’s go-to restaurant especially when we’re with our relatives because of their Tribal Feasts. The food choices under each feast is absolutely delicious. It can be quite steep but if you’re dining with your relatives it’s totally worth it! The branch we always visit is Tomas Morato and it takes us about 20-30 minutes (more if there’s traffic). That’s not bad though but it would be better if there’s a branch closer to us. To our surprise, Congo Grille has opened their newest branch at Visayas Avenue Corner Road 20 Street.