Punchline Comedy Bar

Punchline Comedy Bar Quezon Ave.

1399 Quezon Ave South Triangle, Quezon City Metro Manila Philippines (02) 411-0662

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Five Cows 3 5 3 0
pinoyvaluemeal

wrote a review for Five Cows Trinoma Mall

Almost a High Five for the Five Cows

4

Limbering up to the cinema level of Trinoma, we ventured to the whitewashed dessert mania resto of five cows. Remembering it from another blog, my companion and I order nearly everything on the menu, ala tasting menu we cooked up....

tomato soup was good, a tad watery and at times had an identity crisis (it tasted like shrimp bisque.. hmm, nothing wrong with that)

Cheese fondue... HEAVY.. plus some bread, mushrooms and tapa... yum.

Peperroni pizza was nice.. a bit thick rectangular crust....

Will certainly come back next time for steak sandwiches that looked wicked!

Of course, desserts were the piece de resistance... we had a bombastic chocolate gauche(whose name i forgot) and another turron looking ice cream cake thing....

Well, im the type that all culinary sins are washed away with great desserts.. haha

service was quite good. kudos to the crew, especially ver.

7 years ago

iamsam

wrote a review for Kalye Juan Quezon City

arroz caldo

2

i ordered arroz caldo there, and what did i get? "sinabawang kanin". yes, i'd really wanna tell their chef, or cook, that they would be deceiving their customers if they serve "sinabawang kanin". I cook too, and I know the right consistency of arroz caldo if you cook raw rice or bigas to make arroz caldo, which is the right way. but what i was served was cooked rice which was "re-boiled" with ginger, toasted garlic etc. kung hindi nila magagawa ng tama yung dish, sana wag na lang nila i-offer. those arroz caldos and gotos in roadside carinderias are far better than kalye juan's arroz caldo. and how much did that serving of arroz caldo cost me? 90 pesos. yes 90 pesos para lang sa "sinabawang kanin".

though in the spirit of fairness, my friend like their pinakbet which had a tinge of peanuts. though it was also weird that their pinakbet had squid in it, still my friend like the dish.

and another friend of mine, ordered tosilog, which is his favorite among kalye juan's dishes. but when i saw it, it was just your ordinary tocino in the grocery. the only difference is that it was grilled, not fried, so minus the unnecessary calories.

lastly, i think, it's more of a drinking place. their main dishes were not that good, but their pulutan's are acceptable. like fried tenga. and they have dinamita which a lot of people like, but i haven't personally tried.

7 years ago

DG&EVEmktg

wrote a review for Kopi Roti Tomas Morato

Good Food

3

A Very simple yet cozy foodstop. You get your coffee in a flash! I love their Kopi Bun & the roti as well. Though there are times I get to order some overbaked Kopi buns one time but then I didn't mind eating it then since the taste is still okay. The staff is courteous and very accommodating.

7 years ago

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Type
Bar
Budget
P300 - 500
Hours
  • M, T, W, Th, F, Sa, Su: 7:30PM - 12:00MN
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