3 restos in QC that can satiate your tummy and your IG feed

Huawei Philippines

Posted at Dec 20 2017 10:37 AM

Filipinos are known for their good food, mastery of cooking, and diverse regional delicacies.

Pinoys are also fond of eating, whatever the occasion, which is why restaurants and food parks in areas such as Maginhawa Street in Quezon City, BF Homes in Paranaque, Marikina, and other so-called food centers around the country are a hit.

However, only a few establishments can live up to the growing demand for unique restaurants with good ambiance and food.

Here are three restos along Maginhawa and Malingap Streets that foodies in Metro Manila might want to visit to fill their tummies--and considering the beautiful venues and food presentations--their Instagram feeds as well:

1. Pi Breakfast and Pies

Pi Breakfast and Pies welcomes customers with their all-day breakfast and brunch menu.

Everyone who hates getting up early, especially on a Monday, would probably appreciate restaurants that offer an all-day breakfast menu, and meals that are perfect for "brunch".

Pi Breakfast and Pies, with its diverse brekky offerings, is a good place to grab food in the morning for residents of Quezon City.

While their meals can be a pit pricey for those on a tight-budget, their generous servings ought to appease hungry stomachs enough to last until lunch.

Here are some of their bestsellers:

Beef Brisket Corned Beef (P275)
Beef Sirloin Tapa (P245)
Espresso Toffee (P180 slice / P1,050 whole)

Address: 39 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
Schedule: Mondays to Sundays, 7 AM - 10 PM

2. Pipino Veg

Cozy Pipino Veg is painted in warm colors, creating comfy hangout for customers.

For the health-conscious, the vegans, and the vegetarians, Pipino Veg is the perfect place to eat.

This resto along Malingap Street also mostly avoids dairy, and so should be safe for those who avoid it.

Here are some of their Vegan Filipino dishes to try:

Tortang Talong with Cauli Rice (P195)
Sweet ‘n Sour Cauliflowers
Vanilla Graham Ice Cream (P55)
Chocolate Orange Muffin (P85)

Address: 39 Malingap Street, Teachers Village, Quezon City
Schedule: Mondays to Sundays, 11 AM to 10 PM

3. Soru Izakaya (for Japanese at heart)

Find the girl that hides inside Soru Izakaya kitchen.

Japanese food lovers should like Soru Izakaya. This restaurant offers traditional Japanese food with a twist, such as Hiroshima Maki with edible mayo drawn in the shape of a dragon.

The restaurant also has a bar for those who feel like drinking. Available drinks include Japanese beer, whiskey, and sake.

Sashimi Shake (Chilled Norwegian Salmon, P420)
Hiroshima Maki (P290)
Beef Sukiyaki (P380)
Matcha Cheesecake (P240)

Adress: Ground Floor, 140 Maginhawa Street, Sikatuna Village, Quezon City
Schedule: Mondays to Sundays, 11 AM to 11 PM

Aside from serving delicious dishes, these restaurants are perfect for photo shoots--be they flat lays of food, portraits of people, selfies, or interesting architecture or decoration.

With its advanced camera technology, a Huawei Nova 2i would be perfect for any kind of photos in and outside any restaurant or food park, be it well-lighted or with low light conditions.

The Huawei Nova 2i features a front and back dual lens cameras in combined 16MP and 2MP lens (rear-facing).

It is also equipped with bokeh effect that make photos with subjects like food stand out more. A pro-photo mode in Huawei Nova 2i is also perfect for food photography with its adjustable camera settings (e.g. ISO, aperture, focus, and white balance).

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