I don’t claim to be a foodie. I love to eat. I just cannot do a lot of eating right now because we’re still on this Healthy Living. My husband and I, we still eat out occasionally. I don’t always keep track of where we go and what we eat but I try to take photos first.
Our current favorite local food destination right now is Kapitolyo in Pasig. I thank my cousin Christian and his wife Claire for their suggestions. They live in Kapitolyo so they know and have tried almost all restaurants there.
I am amazed at how Kapitolyo turned out to be a foodie’s favorite destination. Our church is located nearby so I am familiar with the area. Before, there was only the Three Sisters. We tried Cafe Juanita already and when we started having our Care Group in the area, we were introduced to some of the best kept secrets of the neighborhood. So we’ve been missing a lot!
I’ve only been to a few places but we’re planning to try all restaurants in the Kapitolyo area before the year ends. Okay, that seems impossible but we work from home so I guess we could try at least two food places each week starting this Saturday. Yes? Please!
And so I got so giddy and excited when my friend Sharm shared this:
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It’s an infographic of the “food-lovers treasure trove known as Kapitolyo” as the new startup looloo.com described.
I love this one because I’m digging infographics right now. They’re visual representation of data and information that are so easy on the eyes. Like the one you see above.
So far, I’ve only tried:
- the old-timer Three Sisters
- Slice N Dice
- Adobo Republic
- Cha Dao Tea Place
- the old Cafe Juanita
- Cab Cafe
- Milky & Sunny
- Mad Mark’s
- Charlie’s Grind and Grill
- and my new favorite Poco Deli
My phone-pal-kikay-momma-friend-cousin-in-law-doctor-shopping-partner Claire Pascual of TheBeautyBlogMD has been raving about Haru Sushi Bar for weeks. Her Twitter timeline makes me hungry all the time! She earlier featured Ramen Cool. It is located where the old Namit restaurant was (I think old Kapitolyo foodies would remember this).
Like I said, I’m no foodie. I just eat and say if I like it or not. I think taste is relative. Taste is in the tongue of the beholder. Hehe. Seriously, my taste buds right now are weird after months of our healthy food diet but I will try more of these restaurants in the Kapitolyo area with my boys (husband and son) and hopefully my friends.
Have you tried any restaurant in Kapitolyo? Which one is your favorite? 🙂