Kapitolyo has already established itself as a foodie destination for homegrown hole-in-the-walls that serve good and affordable food. New restaurants are opening every now and then and they never go out of style. Before 2015 ends, Kapitolyo has something new to offer. Gastro Park is Kapitolyo’s first food park. A Playground for Gastronomy.
Large AL fresco dining area allow natural light and fresh air to flow through the food park, while offering a fantastic vantage point to people watch. Gastro Park is an oasis that take you away from the city, to a quiet, private little food haven. Perfect for solo dinners, business lunches and small parties.
Para: Filipino Sandwich Bar
Para serves Filipino-inspired dishes reinvented into an oversized 5-inch pan de sal sandwich. Flavors include: Aligue Shrimp Slaw, Double Adobo, The Filipino Burger, The Big Dipper and more.
Stuffed by Offbeat
Stuffed by Offbeat is most popular for its donut burgers that’s made of all-beef patty burgers, topped with melted cheese, bacon and fried sunny side up egg and sandwiched between 2 glazed donuts.
Bagneto serves Filipino dishes with a crispy bagnet twist, like Bagnet Sisig, Bagnet Kare Kare, Bagnet Binagoongan, and Bagnet Bicol Express.
Tolyo’s Soup n’ Grill
Tolyo’s is a soup and grill joint that serves soups, grilled meats, and Filipino dishes, like Mexican Bulalo, BBQ on a Stick, Liempo, and Stuffed Bangus.
Surfries serves classic and premium French fries in assorted flavors and toppings that will ‘surfries’ you.
Niku-Q is a food joint championing yakitori. Freshly grilled Japanese yakitori barbeque, like Pork with Asparagus, Chicken Skin, Pork Belly, and Chicken Thigh. Niku-Q is famous with their signature Niku-Q yakitori sauce, which they bottle up and sell retail at various outlets.
Chixy9 serves chicken meals and affordable fried chicken snacks like Chixnini (fried chicken neck) starting at P49. Fried Chicken is a everyone’s comfort food.
El Phante is a Thai-Mexican joint that serves Chipotle Chicken and Chili Beef Basil, Nachos con Mango, Chicken Pandan, and Pad Thai.
The Masala Bar
The Masala Bar serves modern Indian food like quesadilla in assorted flavors. Masala means ‘a mixture of spices ground into a paste or powder used in Indian cooking’.
Japbox serves budget-friendly Japanese food like Misono, Teriyaki, Donburi, Tempura, Tonkatsu, Maki, etc.
Sweet Nothing serves Beverages and Shakes like Birthday Cake Shake and Molten Lava Cake Shake.
It’s never too late to try something new. For those who haven’t been to Kapitolyo, please visit Gastro Park Kapitolyo! 🙂
#12 1st Street, Kapitolyo, Pasig City
Operating Hours: Monday to Saturday, 12nn-12mn / Sunday, 5pm-11pm