One of the most well known food capitals of the metro. Home of the most relaxing coffee shops, quirky interiors, and food that is to die for! Let’s visit some of the hidden gems Kapitolyo has to offer.
1. Bag O’ Shrimps
By Michelle Quitlong
Missing the sea? Lucky that you won’t have to go far for a seafood feast. Along Brixton street is a restaurant full of positive vibes! Its radiance and well lit interior is definitely hard to miss.
Shrimps, crabs, mussels, and clams are served in plastic bags depending on what flavor the customers want. Truly a unique experience that they can offer! Aside from seafood, they also serve starters like dynamite sticks and crab bomb sticks!
Hang loose and chill with us at 1603, 1 Brixton Street, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
A Carnivore’s Desire
By: Tricia Atienza
Scrumptious Filipino delicacies, each with an interesting twist. On the top of the ‘must-try’ list is the Sizzling Sinigang – your home cooked stew served on a sizzling plate. It boasts of the same well-loved classic sour taste of Sinigang with the added excitement that sizzles! With the restaurant having an industrial vibe, it instantly stands out from its neighbours. The mysterious, secretive, ‘I-have-no-idea-what-Im-getting-myself-into’ atmosphere makes the experience all the more enthralling!
Living up to the Filipino hospitality we are known for, the interiors boast of bright lighting and wooden accents giving off that homey ambience- the kind that makes us crave for our favorite comfort food.
Hear it sizzle at 10 Brixton Street, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
3. Cab Café
By Alliana Carlos
Originating from Bacolod to the heart of Kapitolyo, Cab Café is one of the most sought after café-restaurants in the neighborhood! Cozy and rustic, this café is loved by striving students and food junkies. It has the right amount of warmth that feels like a hug. And the food? Equally as good too.
Some of its features like the accent brick wall and wooden slats makes it feel more rustic and a great background for a photo op. The restaurant is detailed in every corner; from the counters and chairs up to the ceiling. It’s worth the trip to go to cab cafe! So grab a friend and try the classics from Bacolod, in Kapitolyo.
Feel the hug at 18 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City