Limbaga 77 Cafe Restaurant is a new casual dining restaurant located at the Tomas Morato area, along Sct. Limbaga Street in Quezon City. The restaurant specializes in classic Filipino dishes served in a setting that evokes a sense of home and comfort.
Since last year, we have been noticing this property in its different stages of renovation. We knew that it would soon house a new restaurant, and we were right. The house is at least 50 years old and most of the main structures were kept with only little changes made so to preserve its original design.
The wooden floor panels are still the original, and so are the window frames. Portions of the walls were replaced by sliding glass doors to allow more natural light to enter the space. Tables and chairs were custom made to match the vintage feel of the interiors.
Interior pieces of both modern and native designs are used to adorn the walls to give the restaurant a classic yet modern Filipino look. The area is well-lit and air-conditioned offering a cozy and relaxing ambiance for the guests.
The main dining area at the ground floor can accommodate smaller groups of two to six persons, while the long tables on the second floor can seat bigger groups of friends and families. The two rooms on the second can also be booked for private functions or small parties.
Many would think that serving Filpino food is a safe choice for a restaurant. It is in fact more challenging because every Filipino is considered an expert on Filipino food, and these experts almost always have difference in opinion. In Filipino food, it is easy to make a mistake, and Filipino guests can easily identify that mistake. Here at Limbaga 77, they take extra care in their cooking so that dishes that come out of their kitchen are consistently delectable, and would pass the discerning taste buds of its guests.
|Limbaga 77 Salad|
|Danggit Rice (left) and Bagoong Rice (right)|
|Baked Lechon with Mashed Sweet Potato|
|Limbaga 77 Kare-Kare|
|Brazo de Tablea|
Do check-out their menu for other interesting dishes to try at Limbaga 77. We are particularly interested in their Sinigang na Salmon, Galunggong Nuggets, Beef Salpicao, Dahon ng Sili Pesto Pasta, Kaldereta, Four Flavored Wings, and Stuffed Laing.
Overall, we enjoyed our Filipino dining experience a Limbaga 77. We will definitely be back to try other dishes, perhaps with our friends or family.
Limbaga 77 Cafe Restaurant
No. 77 Scout Limbaga Street, Tomas Morato, Quezon City
Store Hours: Monday to Sunday 11:00am to 10:00pm
Contact Number: 0926-7158134