Chimes Square, Congressional Ave. Ext., Quezon City, Metro Manila

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Jayson J.
3.0 Stars

Filipino restaurant alert! Here at chimes, you could go a classy filipino food trip that serves below zero san mig light.
Ciano is quite a small place. It can hold at least 35 pax. They have smoking and non smoking area, a shared CR and accommodating staff.
That time we were kinda on a mood for being vegetarians.
128204San mig light below zero.
I know... like how can you maintain below zero if you will not drink it immediately... So as for my criends who ordered it, it does not taste any different (duh)
This is an eggplant dish.. And it does taste very very earthy and grilled..
128204128525pinakbet (featured)
This is it. Pinakbet tomato based! Love those tomato chunks go with the vegetables! Fruit and vegetables ba? Haha. The ampalaya is very bitter though. The spquash was just half cooked. I'm okay with that. It's just that i loved the tomato based pinakbet. And yeah.. You can choose meat toppings.. We chose bagnet it was considerably tender.

So... I think this is like the provinsyano at maginhawa... Yes! Very much like it. Wondering if anyone could verify na iisa lang ang owners? 128513

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Patty A.
5.0 Stars

Last Friday, my friend told me that there's a newly opened resto at Chimes Square. We decided to check it out. Cianô is a Filipino-themed restaurant so most of their dishes are you know, Filipino. Haha the serving per dish can feed 2-3 mouths and it's affordable too 128541 we ordered Sinampalukang Manok, Pork Humba and Sisig. Grabe. Their Sisig is the bomb! Ang sarap! The other two dishes were good as well! Their staff and even their boss or manager were helpful too and polite 128522 and oh, I forgot to mention to try and order their Mango Iced Tea! Yummmm!

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