Crisostomo

2/F Eastwood Mall, E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave. (C5), Eastwood City, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Crisostomo
3.8
4.0 Stars

57 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 16
  • 4 stars 19
  • 3 stars 15
  • 2 stars 6
  • 1 star 1
  • 61 Reviews
  • 59 Recommend
  • 57 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+6327101693

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Price Range

₱300 - ₱1,200

Most Recent Reviews

Patricia H.
5.0 Stars
3

For seven people, i ordered the ff: Aligue rice was so tasteful it explodes in your mouth and it literally matched w all the dishes i ordered, adobo rice and binagoongan rice was ok too, sisig was expensive and small serving kinda blah so was the squid, the dinuguan was goodie w the aligue rice but it would be better if it was crispy dinuguan and lastly i ordered bulalo which was ok too. Wasnt able to take photos of the dishes except for the rice cause we weee too hungry 128514

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Enrico B.
5.0 Stars

A friend of mine Invited me to dine for a late lunch at Crisostomo Eastwood. Reading through their menu is was like taking a trip to Noli Me Tangere lane as every dish is connected from that setting. For me the ambiance is elegant. CALLOS? PERFECT! it was so tender and tasty. The rest we had for lunch is underrated.
P.S. Price is not so friendly we end up for almost Php 2,500 including drinks and dessert so be ready.

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Hannah R.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Ann C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Kat L.
5.0 Stars

So after fetching my aunt in the airport all the way from California, she misses pilipino food. And the answer for sumptuous meal for that craving is crisostomo... I love the interior... It's very cozy and the food is so yum. Ordered Laing with liempo, sinigang na hipon, binagoongan baboy. Love the squid torsillo parang Gambas style but baby squid. Thumbs up. Edam cheesecake was delish!

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars

Florabel:

Uraro Cookies - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

Cornicks - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

Cashew Nuts - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

#ilovetoeat

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars

Crisostomo:

Grill Platter - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

#ilovetoeat

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Amiel N.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Dada M.
4.0 Stars

bagnet, baby squid in olive oil (forgot the name #sorry) and bulalo! :) it feels like home .. filipino food at its best! #priceytho iba pa rin ang lutong bahay ni nanay!

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Velle M.
4.0 Stars

The food there was great. And I definitely loved this "Kapitana Maria" (Custard Cake) Hahaha. 128149127860

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Eboy F.
5.0 Stars

One date night at Eastwood, Paul and I had a really hard time figuring out where we should eat. We tried going to this Mexican place, then this chicken place, the another chicken place. But we're just not happy. We realized then that all we want is just delicious Pinoy food. So we went to Crisostomo!

Checked my looloo before entering and I was surprised to see mixed reviews about the place. There were comments about being overpriced, bad tasting food, slow service, etc. I got anxious. I got really, really anxious. I was afraid that our dinner date will be ruined by bad food! But you know what, I don't know what's up with those reviews 'cause Crisostomo is THE bomb. It's so good here!!!

We ordered these:
- Sinigang Gomez (Sinigang na Baboy sa Sampaloc) which we requested to be extra, extra asim. That's how we like our sinigang!
- Taba ng Talangka Rice. Talk about sinful rice!!!
- San Gabriel Chicken

We loved everything we had. The sinigang was perfectly cooked. It was maasim the way we wanted it. It had a really rich broth which complemented the Taba ng Talangka rice. The San Gabriel chicken with the delicious pineapple sauce is awesome. I'm getting hungry just by typing this!

If you want really good Pinoy food and you don't mind spending a bit more than usual, this is the place you're looking for. Their servings are really huge as well so you'll really get what you paid for.

I can't wait to go back here!

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Joseph Frederick K.
5.0 Stars

This place however is for those who want filipino casual dining into greater heights. Expectations were high, from its name comes a notion of how Filipino dishes being innovated and set a new standard. Their menu is quite unique giving a lot of characters named in typical dishes. They introduced Sinigang using Watermelon counterpart to tamarind. And to that point i find their offers as challenging with a twist. I super liked their Lechon Kare Kare. Since i am a guy who won't dare to eat pig's stomach (so exotic for me) for Kare Kare, this main dish lets me taste the thick sauce served in a huge bowl. The sauce is not so flavorful yet this makes perfect try with a bagoong or fish paste. Disappointed though with their Ensaladang Arehe, appetizing salad with green mangoes, salted egg, tomatoes and cabbages since the mangoes were so sour you will not be able to dip it in bagoong since it' does not help relieve its sourness. Ginataang hipon was made in heaven, never though fried sugpos were fine with white sauce brought by this creamy coconut content. Price wise, their dishes were perfectly made for sharing and the ambiance was of great importance in Philippine history with effort to create a contemporary look. Will try their food again. Thumbs up!

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Rhency L.
4.0 Stars

Everything was good especially the mussels and squid. Food was a little bit on the pricey side. I don't recommend ordering their platters because for me, it's not sulit. The serving was little; I'd rather buy short orders.

Interiors and service were nice. 128522

(UP Town Center branch)

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Nikki C.
5.0 Stars

Great service. Good food! Highly recommend the ff: pinakbet, assorted chicharon plate, leche flan 128077128149

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Cheska S.
3.0 Stars

I saw that they had tamarind iced tea and since I still haven't gotten over Cafe By the Ruins' tamarind iced tea shake, I decided to give this place a try.

The mi ultimo felecidad consisted of chicharong bulaklak, chicken skin and pork isaw. I loved the chicharong bulaklak. It was delicious and cooked just right. The chicken skin and isaw were overcooked as in some of then were hard to bite into.

We also ordered the salt and pepper oysters. It looked good but tasted super bland as in I would have had no idea what I was eating if not for the fact that I read what it was. It lacked flavor, as it only tasted like oil. It's served with white pepper. For what reason I have no idea as it adds nothing to the taste. It's like coating it with starch or something. I could not understand the taste of its sauce too. I just asked for soy sauce to dip it in to give it a semblance of flavor. This platter of bland taste costs Php345.00.

We also ordered the Bolas de fuego (Php235.00) which were squid balls. Nothing great about it except the presentation I guess.

The Ensaladang erehe (Php195.00) consisted of mangoes, tomatoes, onions, etc. the bagoong was too little. See photo above which shows like a teaspoon of bagoong placed on too of the salad. We had to ask for 2 more servings of bagoong. It was okay. The bagoong didn't taste great. It was just okay.

The Amastacio crispy hito with burpng hipon (Php295.00) was also okay. My boyfriend said that the burong was good but that the fish needed more flavor like salt or something. It was a big serving and had lots of meat in it so I guess it was pretty good in terms of serving size for its price.

We also ordered Binagoongan ni pia (Php325.00) which was not binagoongan at all. It was lechon kawali placed on top of an eggplant that had a thin layer of bagoong spread on top of the eggplant. Photo above proves this. It was literally lechon kawali and bagoong, not binagoongan. The lechon kawali was good though and its skin was really crispy. However, we wanted binagoongan so we were kind of disappointed with this.

The tamarind iced tea (Php98.00) was bottomless. Still pales in comparison with cafe by the ruins' tamarind shake but I still liked it. It was refreshing but I keep on comparing i with cafe by the ruins and by comparison, the latter still taste way better.

Service was very efficient. They served food quickly and the staff were very friendly and accommodating. We asked them to take our picture and we were happy with a photo but the staff even suggested that he take 2 more photos from different angles!

While we were not too happy with the food, we were happy with their service! 128522

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Don T.
3.0 Stars

Went here when it was newly opened. Food was great then. But afterwards quality became poor. I don't mind paying much but hey they should keep the service well

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Anch B.
3.0 Stars

Food is average but pricey. The ambiance takes the cake. Service is fast and they were all very attentive.

The verdict, so-so. I would not willingly spend moolah for their average food. But all is well!

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France T.
4.0 Stars

Their Paella Negra is ze bomb!
The coffee and churros was just okay.
Again, their Paella Negra is really good! 128522

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Inna A.
4.0 Stars

Okay. We ordered Lamb Adobo, Dinuguan, Kare-Kare, Aligue Rice, Laing, Frozen Braso De Mercedes, Churos & Sansrival.

Lamb Adobo - it was more of like fried lamb with a side of Adobo sauce. But delicious nonetheless.

Dinuguan - tasty, but a bit too salty.

Aligue Rice - this one's really good, because at first I thought it was too orange and the taste was gonne be overpowering, but it wasn't. It was just right.

Laing - it tasted how Laing is suppose to taste like. I'm happy. :)

Frozen Braso De Mercedes - yum yum yum! It really was frozen, and it had graham crust! :)

Churos - crunchy churos with luscious chocolate.

Sansrival - I love sansrival, so yeah, it was awesome. :)

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Tim May M.
4.0 Stars

Talk about lutong bahay Filipino food? This is the place to go. We were looking for a party venue for mom's 75th bday when we bumped into this place. They have an abundant list of filipino dishes which I think is as good as home made dishes. The service is impressively quick. We tried their kare kare, stuffed pusit, adobobg kangkong and fried pla pla. Their menu is coded into filipino names like maria clara, plaridel etc. Even their crews are coded our attendants name were juana and basilio.

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