Kapitolyo is strategically located; it is in the middle of Pasig-Mandaluyong and has quick access to C5 and Edsa. It is very ideal location to stay and wait out traffic whilst enjoying the array of great food the area has to offer.
There are so many restaurants to choose from. As soon as you enter the vicinity, you will see restaurants lined up one after the other. You will see different cuisines and different specialties for each restaurant. It can be difficult to decide where to eat with all the choices, but Kapitolyo actually has a great offering of Filipino restaurants we recommend! In case that sounds inviting to you, here’s our checklist of #KapitolyoEats you should try.
In no particular order, here are 10 of them:
With a number of branches, Qubiertos is not new to the foodies. They offer a wide variety of Pinoy food that are good for sharing and in affordable prices.
Must-try: Ginataang Sugpo at Tilapya and Kuya Tom’s Boneless Cebu Lechon
Address: 40 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
If you are looking for some delectable soup or a drinking spot with videoke and great food, Chi-Chie’s is your go-to in Kapitolyo.
Must-try: Kansi and Buttered Chicken
Address: 51-A East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
8. Cafe Juanita
Known for their amazing interiors, Cafe Juanita has been one of the firsts restaurants in Kapitolyo that foodies come back for. Though they have different cuisines, their best-sellers are their Pinoy dishes.
Must-try: Crispy Pata
Address: 19 West Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Specializing in Bulalo, Bullchef has one of the best. They even serve it in different ways! There’s a never-ending menu here that will surprise you. Plus, their resto is uber cute.
Address: 4 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
6. Kanto Freestyle Breakfast
All-day breakfast? Kanto offers traditional Pinoy food combos but their specialty is the Freestyle Breakfast. With this, you can mix and match different menu entries. They also have Pinoy-themed pancakes like the chocnut and ube.
Must-try: Tapa and Champorado with Tuyo
Address: 1st St., Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
5. Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig
Feeding hungry foodies since 1941, Three Sisters has been known for their barbeque. They have affordable set meals that includes rice and pansit. They have different different home cooked meals that will definitely remind you of your Lola’s lutong bahay.
Must-try: Barbeque and Bistek Tagalog
Address: 136 West Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
4. Anuman Kitchen+Pub
Known for their LGBT friendly space, Anuman serves delicious Filipino Food with “punny” names. They also have special game nights and poetry nights!
Must-try: Bagnet Labis Kitang Mahal and Hot na Hipon
Address: #16 Unit H, United Street, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City (In Front of Ace Water Spa, down the alley of Uncle Moe’s)
From the name itself, Bagneto offers Bagnet cooked in different ways. It is one of the newest additions for your #KapitolyoEats as it is located in the new Gastropub along with some other stalls and foodtrucks.
Must-try: Bagnet Bicol Express and Bagnet Sisig
Address: Gastro park, 1st St., Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
2. Kainan AuGusto
This is one of the easiest restaurants to locate as it is located in the intersection of United St. and West Capitol Drive. Kainan AuGusto’s establishment looks like an old house and with an outside grill. They call theirself “sosyal na carinderia” serving home cooked meals.
Must-try: Crispy Pata and Sinigang na Corned Beef
Address: #2 United St Cor West Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Street food have never looked this good. Skinita, as the name implies, serves street food that are perfect to partner with beer or rice.
Must-try: Chicken Skin
Address: Unit 2, D Strip Building, 20 United St., Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City