Crisostomo

G/F Central Garden, Ayala Fairview Terraces, Maligaya Rd. cor. Quirino Highway, Fairview, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Crisostomo
3.4
3.5 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 8
  • 3 stars 5
  • 2 stars 5
  • 1 star 0
  • 22 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱300 - ₱1,200

Most Recent Reviews

Sean Yves C.
4.0 Stars

Food was great but the place was small.

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Melody C.
3.0 Stars

The food was ok, nothing new and it was too expensive.
This cost us 4k+

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Iyah A.
2.0 Stars

Usual Filipino cuisine, not quite a hefty serving plus I think they're overprice. The food taste so-so to me. Payed almost 2k for a dish of 2, mango salsa, en bottled water 128534 although ambiance is good

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Jam V.
2.0 Stars

(L-R)
Crispy Beef Y Albino Salad (P280)
Paksiw sa Pompano (P595)
Binagoongan Fried Rice
Calamare ni Tales (225)
Kalderetang Kambeng
Sisig Lengua

Anyareh sa pagkain?? :( Lahat maalat! Lalo na yung paksiw. First customers pa naman kame. Mas masarap pa sa Dekada. Ang mahal pa ng food dito :( I paid P2,900 for this meal. :(

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Bob B.
2.0 Stars

Pansit Escolta
Sisig Linares
Sizzling Tofu

Another bland tasting food. The coke was ok. :)

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Joan Dominique M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Anthony A.
4.0 Stars

Went here for my nephew's birthday lunch treat! This time, we enjoyed our food!

Food
Good!
And the dessert (chocolate cake), 'twas really a chocolate! You know what I mean! 128077128077128077

Service
Fair. But our orders took a little long before serving.

Cleanliness
Fair.

Price
Pricey! But since this is not everyday, let's not talk bout it lol! Thanks for the 45% off from Groupon!

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Dominique Martel S.
5.0 Stars

traditional filipino food with a twist..

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Erielle E.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Rojene Q.
3.0 Stars

Went their for meryenda with the fam. Tried their pansit, which I forgot the names. But I loooove their Saba con Yelo, which I also forgot the name.. Sorry about that. 9996️ Halo halo was okay though. Hmm. Price? Lil' bit pricey. 128184 Service? Not so accommodating, to think that we're the only customers at that time. 128559

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Kersey Ivanne Mae P.
4.0 Stars

not your just ordinary Filipino cuisine! cute ng dish names. cool 128540128516128523

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Marie L.
5.0 Stars

If you're craving for Filipino food this is your go to place (mejo mas pang masa sa Elias). My favorite is La Paz Bulalo and they serve it with intact bone marrow superrr comfort food! They also have the best Taba ng Talangka Rice and Bam-i pansit. Protacio's pride which is baked mussels and enseladang erehe green mango salad was good too. I just dont like their adobo damaso i feel my dad's home cooked adobo is way better compared to it. To end your meal why not have a suman served with ripe mango128076

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Jam J.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Ronette M.
4.0 Stars

The food was really good. 128076

We ordered:

Sisig Linares (Pork Sisig)

Mais ala Sibilya (Suam with Prawns and Malunggay soup)

Chicken (I forgot what's the name of it 128514)

Fresh Duhat Shake

Baked Oyster 128077 (too bad I didn't get the chance to take a photo of it bc we were excited to taste 128514)

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Anthony A.
2.0 Stars

Super late review.

Ate in this place last moms day. We've waited from 12noon to until almost 2pm. But understandable since it was a special occasion.

Food was just okay, nothing's too special. Even their "lechon" - it just seemed like a fried pork with less crispy skin. So typical of a Filipino food. I'm not also happy with the price; too expensive. It's not a value for money. 128557128557128557

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Donna Tyra B.
3.0 Stars

The dishes were superb but their cakes were quite bad.

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Ronan A.
2.0 Stars

The squid al ajilo's serving is so small for a price of 295, Sinigang na baka was not that tender, and the queso ice cream tasted like "amag" (mold). We returned the ice cream, but still we were charged on our bill. But they promptly removed it when we protested. Did i mention it's pricey too?!?

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Jesh A.
4.0 Stars

my second time to eat here and i really really love the food and the ambiance of the place.ill definitely come back for more. :)

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Cielito R.
2.0 Stars

We ordered Talangka Rice, Mais ala Sibyla, Carlota, Tarsillo Squid Aljillo, Bagumbayan lechon, samosa like stuffed with Tinapa. Nothing special about the food. Disappointing if I may. Selection on the menu could be overwhelming but flavors was very underwhelming. It's just sad that you're not getting your money's worth.

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Amabel Anne A.
3.0 Stars

The food and ambiance is okay considering that the place was only on soft open in Ayala Fairview Terraces. Service though was sort of amateurish as servers hit tables and chairs while moving around, probably because of the cramped space. Food were tagged under customized names of historic places in the Philippines. I personally liked the Sinigang na Salmon, Lengua and Dinuguan, I just can't remember what they were called in the menu. The price is a bit steep for the serving size hence the expectation for something different from the usual Filipino cuisine. Though food tastes good, one will realize there are other Filipino restos serving the same great recipes at a more affordable price. What's adorable about this place is they actually serve sorbetes (dirty ice cream) to customers waiting for a table to free up. Worth trying but probably not my regular choice for dining.

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