Corazon Hispano Filipino

4/F East Wing, Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Corazon Hispano Filipino
3.7
3.5 Stars

85 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 22
  • 4 stars 26
  • 3 stars 26
  • 2 stars 8
  • 1 star 3
  • 94 Reviews
  • 155 Recommend
  • 85 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6326871955

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

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Most Recent Reviews

Katrina Carel P.
5.0 Stars

Order everything. I REPEAT. ORDER EVERYTHING AND ANYTHING.
Everything is made into perfection. Only flaw is that they are served in a sophisticated manner OR konti lang serving. Hehehe but really, the food especially the paellas look so sophisticated and pretty that I didn't want to taste it.

As a lover of Morcon, of course, we tried it here. The price is a bit expensive for I think 4 or 5 medium (compared to Elias) slices but your taste buds will go crazy for the meat and the sauce blends so perfectly that I had to order a separate white rice to be able to taste it. I ate the paella separately I think I went into a food coma. He he 128514

We were too overwhelmed by the taste of our main dishes that I only got to take a picture of the dessert, sansrival. Also made so perfectly.

I REPEAT , order anything. It is made to perfection.

Just a note, quite pricey.

But worth it.

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Anly S.
3.0 Stars

Thier Sinigang na Baboy's pork --- so tender and soft!! The soup wasnt super asim but it tasted just right! 128076🏻

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Crissy B.
3.0 Stars

Had dinner with some old friends here and we had sisig, baked scallops, and the paella negra. We then added inihaw na liempo cuz we needed more meat with the paella. 128514 I liked them all except for the sisg, but that's because I don't like sisig in general (sorry guys). I felt though that they scrimped a bit on the shrimp with the paella cuz I felt like I was eating rice lang with every bite!

It's quite pricey though. 1800 for those four dishes and we were only three 128553 Not exactly worth it for me since the food wasn't exactly mind blowing, but I'm willing to go back to try their best-sellers.

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Ivy R.
5.0 Stars

Lovely Filipino food. We ordered Sorolla, which is double-cooked adobo. We also had their best seller paella valenciana.

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Rachel R.
4.0 Stars

A moment to savor Filipino dishes. Yes, Corazon has quite made a impression with Filipino dishes. Just recently we dined in with friends to celebrate 2 of our friends who recently came back from their European Trip and a friend who's back in town from Cebu.

My Dawnie and I ordered:

Tortang Talong
Pandan Rice
Garlic Rice
Kangkong Garlic with Lechon Kawali.

We both love the Tortang talong. Its delectable, creamy and cheesy. The cheese added compliment and flavor to the eggplant.

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Vicvic M.
4.0 Stars

Paella Mariscos - pretty good but no tutong
Keso Ice Cream - yummy but a bit expensive
Grilled Squid - tasty... No buts here
Cheese Sticks (with sili) - wish it had some spice to it

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Adrianne S.
4.0 Stars

I love their paella negra.

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Rina L.
5.0 Stars

Great food! I almost forgot I'm on a diet! 128517128513

Valenciana - 1108811088110881108811088
Summer Salad - 1108811088110881108811088️ x 2!
Fried Chicken - 110881108811088️ (the chicken's too thin and oily)
Laing - 1108811088110881108811088

A bit pricy but okay... they have big serving. 128077

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Sabrina P.
5.0 Stars

Sooo grateful I decided to still order dessert even though I was really full. Haha! This is to die for!!! 128523128523128523 Suman Latik with Batangas Tsolokolate! Delicious sticky suman and bittersweet chocolate dip to match. Perfect combination for P180. 128077🏼

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Liezzy M.
3.0 Stars

Good (tasty) food: tried their caracoles (ginataang kuhol), paella mariscos, castellano (crispy pata), torres (tilapia with mango sauce), laing and sangria.

Service: 110881108811088

Place: 110881108811088

Value for money: 110881108811088

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Carla Victoria T.
4.0 Stars

Check out their pandesal with chorizo,quesong puti and feied quail egg!! This was soooo good 128525 its also served with potato chips. Simple merienda or appetizer thats good for sharing.

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Jenn L.
4.0 Stars

Paella Negra for the win !

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Jenn L.
4.0 Stars

For great Filipino delights Corazon is our fave, we love their Laing with Lechon kawali , dinuguan and sinigang na baboy. Plus we Go crazy for desserts like suman latik with cocoa, bibingka, mais con yelo and chocnut cake !!! 128149

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Sandro V.
4.0 Stars

Callos a la Madrileña

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Rey T.
3.0 Stars

For the price of its food--they're on the high side--this restaurant is so-so. I am always suspicious of restaurants that "reinvent" or "modernize" Filipino cuisine. Corazon (Filipino-Hispano cuisine) is an example. Imagine paying for P275 for fish and squidballs presented in an interesting way. I know anyone reading this can recommend the best fishball in the corner of their street that's better than this.

We tried the lengua and embutido. They're not bad. They'r on the verge of very good. In other words, laging bitin ang timpla. What I found satisfying was the crispy pork binagoongan. Crispy pork sitting on a bed of talong and bagoong.

So should you eat here? Well yes...so you can judge for yourself. But I think there are better alternatives so far as reinventing Pinoy cuisine is concerned.

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Nica O.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Albert T.
3.0 Stars

For a P3300 meal (for 3 people), I expected a little bit more sophistication and taste. That said, the meal wasn't half bad, in fact, 3 of the dishes we ordered stood out.

The Toledo (or Sinuglaw as it's more commonly called in any bar) is an appetizer mix of tuna kilawin and inihaw na baboy. They were certainly generous with the tuna and pork. More than average bite sized chunks filled the shallow serving bowl. The vinegar mix was on the sour spicy side and served its purpose of whetting your appetite.

The Regina (or Halaan Soup as my mom would call it) was very well made. Large New Zealand Mussels were the star of the dish. The broth was made more flavorful by the tidbits of Spanish Chorizo mixed in. Nice blend of sea and salty tastes with a hint of ginger. The order was more than enough to serve three.

Last standout was the Lumpiang Hubad. As the name implies, the lumpia mix was sans the traditional wrap. Another flavorful mix most likely brought about by incorporating the sauce into the dish before it was served.

We did order the Crispy Pata and Adobo Rice but these were ordinary and could be had at home.

Despite the poor reviews of the Suman Latik in Batangas Chocolate, curiosity got the better of us and we asked for one. While the serving fashion was creative and convenient, the suman was "humdrum" and the chocolate seemed like it was store bought and heated.

I have to admit the meal was filling but I cannot neglect the feeling of wanting more. This is my first Chef Florabel experience and Corazon is touted as the premier restaurant among the Florabel chain but it has seriously made me rethink trying her other restos.

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Aileen L.
2.0 Stars

My most unforgettable Noche Buena is this year 2014 128556128557

Well I should have believe the reviews here. Before Christmas I was looking where to have our noche buena with my relatives and I saw Corazon Hispano Filipino and I saw that they offer Filipino dishes which is my favorite then the ambiance looks nice so I gave it a try inspite I read some bad reviews here about their service .

So Dec 24 evening my family with our relatives also left Marco Polo and headed to Shangrila plaza coz I heard they will be closing early. So upon arriving we waited for few minutes before they set up our long table. Then we ordered sinigang na hipon, Bam-i Guisado, Laing , castellano (crispy pata), and the most unforgettable Gaudi!

I asked the waiter what he can recommend type of chicken and he suggest Gaudi or chicken gelatina so we about to order half of it and I ask if it's good for all of us and he said we should order whole chicken so we did .

The service was so slow as said in the reviews then the foods were delicious naman to be fair and when I got our bill at tagal nila ibigay I was shocked! It's almost 5t! So we checked how come it comes to that figure and I saw that there was one food on the receipt cost 1,600 pesos wtttt**** and the chicken cost 1,600
Parang chicken na embotido and di naman halos nagalaw.

The waiter didn't bother to explain to us na ordinary chicken lang gusto ko for my kids and super mahal pa.

Sobrang nanlambot talaga ko. 128553

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Jeanne Stephanie E.
5.0 Stars

My Brapanese friend would like to eat in a Filipino restaurant so we tried this Filipino-Hispanic resto in Shang Mall.
Ordered Toledo (kilawin tuna with grilled liempo) and Pochero that comes with an eggplant ensalada as a side. They used pork meat in their pochero and it is so tender, the sauce is so tasty. One order is good for 3 persons for the Pochero.

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Haaze G.
3.0 Stars

It was 9:30 when we first wanted to try eating here (mall closes @ 10, i think?) but they told us that they're not accepting customers anymore so we came back again nalang.

Had bad experience with their service and the food wasn't as great as i expected.
Their Suam na/sa mais is very delicious though 128077

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