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Punchline Comedy Bar Quezon Ave.

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

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T.G.I. Friday's / TGIF 3.6 5 15 0

wrote a review for T.G.I. Friday's / TGIF Tomas Morato

always fun to go back


the ambiance is very cozy, the interior is new, the staff are very friendly and accomodating...this time, i diverted from my usual order of chicken fingers and tried the jack daniel's cheseburger.yummy!!you really get the value of your money when eating at TGIF!

7 years ago


wrote a review for Annabel's Tomas Morato

Not for Short Meetings Anymore


We used to come here quite often for quick business meetings back in the '80s and '90s. A few days ago we dropped by at 10:00 a.m. for the first time in many years. Unfortunately, there was really nothing on the menu that we felt like ordering. We ended up having only coffee. It occurred to me that we would have been better off going to Starbucks, Figaro or Coffee Bean--places that didn't exist in the Philippines ten or twenty years ago.

Besides, Annabel's seems to have been appropriated by PR people . . . .

7 years ago


wrote a review for Annabel's Tomas Morato

Offers great wedding package


Annabel's offer a great wedding package, not just for hosting the venue for your wedding reception, they also offer minor details that we sometimes forget to cover (e.g. floral arrangements), wedding car, etc. (Comes with an additional price, but its reliable so the cost is worth it) Other freebies in store too to promote making you a regular diner.

The food is also good~taste & serving size-wise.
Service is also commendable.
Pricing of the food - its not as steep as everyone thinks-but its not somewhere you'd go if the day's not special.
Ambiance is also classic fine-dining.
Crowd - older people (mid 40's to early 60's)usually flock this place, but young connoisseurs drop in at times.

7 years ago

Abe Cipriano

wrote a review for Little Asia Quezon City

speaking of cheesy


Try their cheese butter (?) prawns, it's excellent! And their banana fritters for dessert, yummy. Excellent service, equally fabulous food, and a good fusion of Chinese and other asian dishes. Pricier than, say, Superbowl, but for a special occasion restaurant, it's pretty good.

7 years ago

Abe Cipriano

wrote a review for Amici Tomas Morato

finally, an Amici close to home


When my wife and I heard that Amici now had a branch in QC, we both thought AT LAST, it's closer to where we live now (neither of us work in Makati anymore so it's quite far and we have to wait weekends to visit Amici and eat our beloved Tutta Karne and Quattro Formaggi pizzas).

There were some elements of this Amici that were new and somewhat closer to a pizzeria (the warm colors, the overall feel which was less a cafeteria and more of a restaurant). But there were still things that remind me of the original Amici in Don Bosco (like the self-service ice with the pitchers and the ice shovel/scooper, the slightly cafeteria-ish feel of the chairs and tables, and the alaskador/smiling order-taker lady from the Don Bosco branch).

I think that even if they tweaked it a little bit, the concept works. It doesn't pretend to be a high end pizza/pasta place like CPK but there's a warmth and appropriate feel to it, given the type of food and the price... oh, man, the price. Great pizza for less than P300. Pastas around P200, this is a great place to experience authentic Italian food.

For those familiar with the Amici in Makati, then most of what you're familiar with is here, except for the cafeteria food (I'm gonna miss the Italian Sausage, the Buttered Prawns, and the BEST rice meal of Amici, Lechon Kawali). The BONUS is that it's open Sundays (Amici Don Bosco is not).

For those who've only heard of Amici but never tried, or never heard of it, let me tell you what you ought to try...

1. Pizza - Tutta Karne (all meat) and Quattro Formaggi (four cheese)
2. Pasta - White Vongole e Gamberetti (seafood pasta in olive oil)
3. Roast Chicken
4. Pasta - Pasta alla Pescatora (seafood in tomato)
5. GELATO!!!

If you must choose one type of food, it's gotta be the pizza. Not all of the pastas I ever ordered in Don Bosco Makati were memorable. You normally can't go wrong with their pizza.

Top off your tasty meal with their fantastic gelato. I personally love the Macapuno, but you ought to try their Blueberry and their new Sansrival... yummy...

For the money that you're shelling out, the food is certainly delicious, and it's a truly unique experience. They didn't get our tutta karne pizza to us on time the first time I went there, but they're generally fast in service. Once you try it, you'll want to come back for more.


7 years ago


wrote a review for Alex III Restaurant Tomas Morato

My comfort food


This is my comfort food, whenever we go out of the country, our first stop back home is Alex III. Whenever me and my friends feels down, its off to Alex III that gives us a natural life. Pork BBQ and Boneless Chicken, Sotanghon SOup and California Maki.

I hope t hey bring back their iced tea of yesteryears.

7 years ago

Rose Ngo

wrote a review for Café Breton Tomas Morato

Blueberry Crepe


The mixture of the ice cream, the blueberry, the crepe... perfect! Its been 8 years since we tasted it in Malate and has been hooked ever since. And everytime we go there, this dish has got to be in the order list! Both my kids love it too!

7 years ago


wrote a review for Café Breton Tomas Morato

Yummy crêpes


Their crêpes were great and the presentation is definitely a plus. They do not skimp on the filling and they put generous amounts of whipped cream . Me and my friends always sit at the front of the counter where the crêpes are made because its always a fun experience. I haven't tried the savoury courses yet but I will in the not too distant future. The wait staff are very attentive, the ambiance is homey with a European feel but the parking is a bit of a problem. It can be a bit pricey but it's definitely worth it.

7 years ago


wrote a review for Five Cows Trinoma Mall

Not Worth 5 Stars


Come on, guys. I sought out this place because it got rave reviews. I was surprised to find out that it's a crowded little place, wide open to the Trinoma cinema lobby. It has dirty white picnic tables and chairs for furnishings, and the waiters provide little candles to help keep the flies away from your food. The menus must have looked good when they were new, but they are obviously not new anymore.

I will concede that the food is inventively prepared and well-presented. In fact it all seemed out of place. I simply couldn't see myself ordering and eating even a semi-expensive steak in those surroundings.

7 years ago


wrote a review for Cyma Trinoma Mall

Simply perfect!


It may be a little challenging to get to Cyma in Trinoma since its in the garden area topmost floor and far from the main exit [cinema side], but its all definitely worth it! Getting there is as adventurous as the food itself.

If you have not seen the place, then you’re missing a lot.

I’ve dined in Cyma Shangri-la [even during the time that it was their only site here in Manila] and Greenbelt but so far this is the best. They’ve made a huge improvement on the bar and the design of their tables and chairs. Their new manager who was a previous crew from the Shangri-la site has worked well with his new team with the assistance of the manager from the mentioned site.

Food is as ever sooooo good! I’m not a fan of food with lots of spice but definitely appreciate a good one during any encounter.

The following are my recommendations:

Ultimate Iced Tea (none comes close)
Spinach and Artichoke Fondue
Mixed Meat Gyros

Baby Clams Angel Hair (pasta)
Pastisado (pasta)

Glyka Sampler

If you have a sweet tooth, DON’T EVER miss ordering Skolatina for dessert. It’s a cake that has oozing warm chocolates inside with vanilla ice cream on the side.

I’d like to write full details of my experience in Cyma Trinoma, but words are not enough. You may need to experience it yourselves. All I can say is that, it was the best!

7 years ago


wrote a review for Five Cows Trinoma Mall

5 of 5 Cows!


first question: can i steal their menu? the items are so beautifully photographed, you'll want to order everything on the menu.

and the food is magnifique!
food is well presented, service is excellent.
the ribeye steak which is imported from Australia and priced for less than P 600 was one of the best i've had. their pasta and sandwich selections are very good, too.

I always have a different foodie moments at this place and so far, anything I've tried on their menu does not fail to disappoint.

which brings me to another highlight of 5 cows - the dessert! Remember that yummy ice cream cake you always craved for as a child? They're found here!

Their ice cream selections that rival cold rock are worth mentioning, too. The ferrero crunch is a bit sweet for me though. My big reco is the banana caramel- Y-U-M-M-Y!!!

5 cows is located near the cinemas you won't miss it!

7 years ago


wrote a review for Chili's Bar and Grill Tomas Morato

not this chili's


if there's a chili's branch that needs to wake up, its this branch!

the service sucks, we ate there and it took a long time for them to get our order when the food arrived...

it sucked as well. quality was bad and the appetizers didn't look freshly-cooked. cold buffalo wings anyone?

i always liked chili's but i'm never going back to this branch again.

7 years ago


wrote a review for Cyma Trinoma Mall

Heavenly Wicked Dessert


Every time I dine at CYMA, on top of the different dishes I order - the Spinach and Artichoke Fondue is always included. I love the salty taste of the fondue- with sun-dried tomatoes, feta, melted cheese, and the crunchy on the edge and soft in the middle way the garlic bread is grilled.

Some of their food are delicious.. some I don't like..blah bah blah!!! Now, going to desserts...

SKOLATINA is heavenly!

It is a chocolate molten cake on a bed of roasted chestnut sauce and beside a creamy vanilla ice cream. Hhmm.. Sweet and seductive, isn't it? I love the contrast.. hot & cold, dark chocolate & light creamy vanilla, shade of ebony & ivory..

Slice the cake and release the oozing chocolate syrup...enjoy the aroma of chocolate and love every bite! If you order and it's overly done, just ask the waiter and they'll replace it without questions - only with an apology.

Ooh, Heavenly Wicked is a better description!

7 years ago


wrote a review for Oki Oki Trinoma Mall

What fast food?


When I first saw Oki Oki, my first impression was, A new fast food chain? What kind of name is Oki Oki??? An English word desperately trying to be Japanese. But being the adventurous foodie that I am (and a Japanese one at that), I decided to try it. And I am glad that I did.

The food was great, much better than other restaurants with similar settings (like Teriyaki Boy, Komoro Soba and Kitaro Sushi). Any tempura lover would celebrate here since they have a handful of choices: shrimp, fish, vegetable or a mix. I for one have always ordered their Kakiage tempura when I go there. The sauce was good as well, much better than what I had ever made or tasted. Sushi and sashimi lovers would also celebrate. There is a wide variety of sashimi and their sushi? I have been a sushi lover for a long time and I have wished for bigger servings and a more generous amount of ingredients used (like the roe in the makis) and Oki Oki has happily granted that. Their Crazy Maki was what I ordered and I was satisfied.

The service was also very good. When I first ate there, I was with my aunt and she had asked one of the workers for their opinion on the food, which one they would recommend. It turns out that that person was the manager. He recommends according to taste, not to price, considering that he suggested the cheaper gohan instead of the other one, claiming that they taste roughly the same anyway just that there was more meat in the other. He was very kind and answered our questions like the knowledgeable manager that he was supposed to be.

The ambience...there's not much to say here. As I've mentioned, they look like a fast food chain with a Japanese flair. Think Teriyaki Boy setting (and that includes the pictures of their mascot -- thankfully, no statue or paper place mats yet). So, if you're looking for a more traditional Japanese feel, Oki Oki is not the place to go to.

The value of this place is so-so. It is not too expensive, neither is it cheap. You won't be able to get a decent meal here with only P100 in your pocket. Around P500, I suppose, for one person. I had ordered their cold noodles their for P290 and that leaves enough for drinks and another dish.

Nontheless, Oki Oki is a great restaurant to visit. Sadly, it only has two branches as of the moment. One in TriNoma and another in MoA. I, for one, am waiting for them to expand :)

7 years ago


wrote a review for Gerry's Grill Tomas Morato

A PinOY FOOD FIESTA STYLE -only P 1,500 for 5.


GERRY’s GRILL: … A Pinoy FOOD FIESTA STYLE for only P 1,500 for 5.

By aly abaquin http://alyabaquin.blogspot.com
Excerpts from my blog...

A visiting friend from Jersey was hooked by gerry's grill...and here's our 2nd taste of gerry's grill...in Tomas morato.

Finishing our tour and photo- op of the ABS CBN Big brother house…He noticed in the corner of Tomas Morato the familiar sign of you know what???- GERRY’s GRILL… Yup- its the same resto in Trinoma but a little bigger… I told my friends he was hooked with the GRILL THING… so its our time to treat the guy.

But wait no time to go to the nearest ATM.. and with 1,500 budget this friends of mine really left me to order what he would like…and since I’m good at cheap eats but great food kidda thing I was head on serious with the role…and….

Since I know him better a- HALF PINOY DIBA.. so enough of the griller food he always have back home and lets get his heart stopping Pinoy food on the table…DEVILISHLY plotting that he should taste pinoy food once in a while and good native… so to speak…

Since he tasted grilled chicken kebab and mussels earlier why not take him the PINOY way to celebrate friendship and set a place for surprise…

A FILIPINO FOOD FIESTA STYLE for only P 1,500 for 5.

I ordered for 2 servings of that PUSONG ADOBO (P140each) P 280,CRISPY PATA P390, SISIG P157,BAKED SCALLOPS. P165 - My favorite!!!,300gTUNA BELLY P225 and CALAMARES P 135 with drinks of Bottomless Iced TeaP66, Buko Juice P 55, San Mig light P 39.00 + VAT and the other two took water… he.he he…

GRAND TOTAL P 1,511.00 Not bad for FAB 5 and to top it all no service charge.. Its really value for money. Enough said what about the taste….

The Pusong adobo is abodo rice wrapped in banana leaves –feeling your eating your BINALOT days in the province and the Chichken and pork adobo is imbedded inside the steamy brown rice. YUMMMY…farmers food never tasted so good.

The Scallops are my favorite which is baked and on top is overload of cheese and the taste is sweet and the scallops are freshly brought to Manila from Davao.

The Cripy Pata is hands down crispier to the touch and much delightfully crunchier while dipped in vinegar and soy sauce with chopped onions, garlic and sili as floaters. The Tuna belly is succulent and very delicious- grilled comfort food indeed plus the SISIG is heart stopping wonderfully served in hot plate… Grabe sa RAPSA….

As silence filled the air we noticed that no one was saying a thing.. Then laughter beamed as are tummies are literally full. BUSOG na BUSOG!!!

The Jersey guy was asking if they have branches in the states I think so… he just dreams that this resto should be in New Jersey soon….

AGAIN… VALUE MEAL FIESTA STYLE !! DELUXED you bet your bottom dollar I Did it my way… Gerry’s Grill is no doubt a proud KAPAMILYA AT KAPUSO!!!

7 years ago


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