Delightful Meals at Limbaga 77 Restaurant

Limbaga 77 Cafe and Restaurant was established almost 4 years ago by Mr. Sonny Fortuna and his partners who loved filipino foods. Some of their recipes are family recipes of well-known regional foods such as pinangat, paella, sinigang and pochero.

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spacious interior

It used to be an old house built in the late 1960’s and was converted into a restaurant about 4 years ago. It had a spacious dining area which reflect a rich tapestry of Filipino arts, crafts and vintage furniture.

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The place is an ideal hang-out place for friends, family, press conference, wedding, debuts, corporate meetings and team building sessions. It had a sitting capacity for about 250 people. The second floor had rooms which are ideal for small group reservation ( ranging between 10 to 20 people)

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vintage furniture like television sets, clock, sewing machine  

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stuffed bulaklak ng kalabasa

This is ideal as appetizer for any meal, stuffed squash flower. Its also had a sauce.

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paella

This paella will require between 30 minutes to 45 minutes to cook, with a lot of seafood ingredients like shrimps, mussels, clam, squid and chorizo.  Another MUST try is the danggit rice.

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sinigang na baka sa pakwan 

This is a type of sinigang which is not too sour and watermelon was use to taper the sourness of the soup. The soup had a variety of local ingredients like banana blossom, sliced tomatoes, bokchoy, string beans, radish and the meat is tender.

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bistek tagalog

The beef is well marinated and soft, This is not the typical sour type.

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laing / pinangat

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crispy bagnet with tomatoes and sliced onions

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green mango pomelo salad with grilled shrimp and sliced banana chilies 

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desserts- brazo tablea, barako brownies, queso de bola cakes

I liked the queso de bola cake, bikoron and perlas na mangga- these are not too sweet.  While the brazo tablea uses locally sourced cocoa from Davao.

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fruit shakes/ smoothies

Among the popular fruit smoothies are Mabuhay smoothie, Minty Mango Watermelon, Lychee Grape Shakes which cost Php 177.00 per order.

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Mr. Sonny Fortuna -one of the proprietors of the restaurant

Note: Prices quoted are subject to change without prior notification, For full set of menus prices and promos. Please refer to the links.

The restaurant is also listed under Zomatoph

Acknowledgement: Mr. EJ Bunag for the cover photo flat lay

Limbaga 77 Restaurant and Bar

Address: 77 Scout Limbanga Street
Quezon City, Philippines 1103

Operational Hours: 11:00 am to 3:00pm, 6:00 pm to 10:00pm Mondays to Thursdays

Fridays to Sundays: 11:00am to 3:00pm, 6:00pm to 11:00 pm

Email: limbaga77cafe@gmail.com.

Contact Number: 0926 715 8134

 

 

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