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Every city has restaurants that everyone must try. Pasig City is no exception to the rule. In Pasig City, being at the tail end of the San Juan portion of Ortigas and Libis in Quezon City – it’s a fusion of both the quiet life and the expensive life as it is in the middle of EDSA.
Rub, Amazing Ribs and Wings
Known for their succulent barbecued ribs, Rub is a restaurant you definitely don’t want to miss. Along the streets of East Capitol in Kapitolyo, this place is definitely an eye-catcher! While Rub’s main attraction is their juicy, succulent, barbecue sauce coated ribs, they also have other dishes such as pan-fried Mahi-Mahi and Grilled Fish for all the seafood lovers out there and their fries are definitely to die for. Literally drowned in cheese, the cheesy fries are a must for cheese lovers! Their Iced Tea is definitely to die for. Although it’s not bottomless, it’s served in pitchers and its house-blend Iced Tea – not the usual commercial iced teas. Definitely a place worth trying!
Silantro Fil-Mex Cantina
When people hear the word cilantro, they usually think about the green leafy herb mixed in with salsa. But not this one! Silantro is known for their tacos. Filled with tangy salsa and juicy beef, the tacos are made with freshly shredded lettuce and a nicely toasted soft shell. But their tacos aren’t the only star here. Their Nachos are also known to be one heck of a knock out as its filled with cheese, tomato, jalapeños and, ground meat. All that, covered with cheese. How can you not love that? And true to it’s Cantina name, it also serves beer and other alcoholic drinks.
Wooden Spoon by Sandy Daza
The celebrated chef Sandy Daza has his own restaurant known as the Wooden Spoon. It serves all the Pinoy classics with a personal twist. His Bicol Express is stewed in a spicy coconut sauce which has a unique pinkish colour and that definitely gives you a heat trip on the tongue. Their Kare-Kare is one of their specialties, served with their special bagoong. The ox-tripe is succulent and juicy, a total melt-in-the-mouth experience.
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