If you are residing in North, particularly in Quezon City, I am pretty sure that Tomas Morato was once your friends’ meeting place, or maybe until now; simply because, it is the place where food choices seem boundless! From cafés to restaurants to bars, everything is being offered; it is just up to you where to go and dine! So as being one of those people who sees Tomas Morato as a real life menu, Seph and I always find interesting to discover new restaurants and its specialties; hence, almost every after events and meetings, this is where we could be found! And thus, we learned about this best place to stay for drinks, nachos and tacos!
To be honest and aboveboard, I am the type of person who loves eating fresh homemade food, which makes me a bit picky in deciding where and what to eat – plus the fact that I have allergies. Consequently, most of the time I look for salads and nachos, which led me in discovering the nachos of the Taste of Capitol!
This one is really different from the usual nachos that I tasted before, as it contains crispy liempo (pork belly)! I like how the combination went well especially with veggies and its sauce. It tastes really good especially with the flavor and crisp of the liempo.
As mentioned, Pinoy BBQ Soft taco is also available!
On the other hand, for the ones who are looking for some hefty servings of all-time favorites, you can try their Buffalo Wings, Fish and Chips, New York Hotdog, Barbecue Ribs, Honey Grilled Porkchop, Meatball Spaghetti, and Carbonara.
Filipino dishes such as Pork Sisig, Bangus and Laing are also in their menu!
And of course, desserts never miss out their menu; ice cream, sundae, milk shake and halo-halo are all being offered!
So when you and your friends are up to discover a new beanery, check out Taste of Capitol at JSB Building, Tomas Morato cor Scout Delgado St., Quezon City. For more information visit www.tasteofcapitol.com. The restaurant is open from Monday to Thursday – 10am to 2am, Friday to Saturday – 10am to 3am, and Sunday from 7am to 11pm.
Photo by Seph Cham