Dekada Historic Filipino Cuisine

TriNoma, EDSA cor. North Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Dekada Historic Filipino Cuisine
4.3
4.5 Stars

4 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 1
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
  • 24 Recommend
  • 4 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6329013262

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

EJ M.
5.0 Stars
2

Loved this place so much. Didn't know that this place even existed because it's located at the cornermost area in TriNoma. But damn it was jampacked when we came.

I realized that it's called Dekada because their theme was all about Philippine history. The food were named after historical places and heroes.

Our boss invited us for a movie night and treated dinner too. When we came, the orders were already there. The food was really good!

LA SOLIDARIDAD SIZZLING BULALO STEAK: meat was tender. Incredible taste. And with mushrooms and potatoes! Yummy indeed!

QUEZON GARLIC AND BUTTER PRAWNS: my usual favorite. Prawns are always juicy and very delicious to sipsip because of the garlicky flavor.

KEMPEITAI GISING-GISING: at least theirs is not very spicy. But nothing beats Recipes' gising-gising yet.

AGUINALDO TWICE-COOKED ADOBO: this is the best dish in all of the orders! Super delicious and the meat really is very soft and tender. Nanunuot ang sarap! Highly recommended!

MURPHY CRISPY PLA PLA WITH EGGPLANT: you can never go wrong with fried fish anyway. Not too oily, like it's air fried, and it's very tasty.

Good for business meetings and family dinners. Will go back here soon! Fathers' day maybe.

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Rose C.
5.0 Stars

it was a sumptuous dinner with my family.
i ordered their family fiesta meals.,
and almost the best filipino dish are on it.,
we had KATIPUNAN: chicken inasal, binusog na pusit, inihaw na tadyang, inihaw na sugpo, ensaladang talong with mangga, pinaputok na pla pla, bagoong rice. and we had...
MATABUNGKAY: steamed vegetables, garlic sugpo, ox tail kare kare, dilis rice, crispy pata, chicken inasal, bangus ala pobre.

ANG SARAP! 128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻128077🏻

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Krish S.
3.0 Stars

Nice place. I was having second thoughts going here since I have never seen it in Trinoma, I haven't heard a lot about it(there was only one review in looloo), and the moment we get there there weren't a lot of people inside. But hey, it's something new to me, and I'm always ready for something new.

It's located at the far edge of the restaurant lines outside the cinema area of Trinoma. I don't think they have a great location, so I guess that's why they don't catch much attention from customers especially looloo reviewers. However, they have a really good interior. From outside to inside, it appeals as filipino heritage classy(I'm sorry for the hard attempt on combining these words. I don't know what term to use. Haha!) which is exactly their theme. You'd see more of it in their menu. They named their menu items as death march pinakbet, rizal lechon manok, martial law buko halo-halo, etc.

Their dishes are for sharing but they also have dishes good for one person like their breakfast sets. The dishes are very filipino and delicious. Some really made a mark but there are also some that didn't. But all in all I think they are yummy. I'd give 3 1/2 stars for their food.

Their staff were very attentive, friendly, and accomodating. However the service was quite slow. The staff would readily approach you if you need something but would take a little bit of a time when bringing what you requested. For this, I'd give 2 1/2. I think they really have to up their game on the pace.

As for the price, I think it is quite reasonable. We were a party of 5 with 2 kids and ordered 6 dishes, plus rice and drinks which got our tummies full and our bill was around 31++.

Dining here is worth a try. Maybe you'll find a dish or a few that you'll really love that you'll come back for. Also, I think they also need more reviews like this, so they can improve more.

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Cai D.
4.0 Stars

Dekada ako'y nagtaka
Gano ka na ba katagal sa Trinoma?
Walang nagreview kahit isa?

Hahaha eme eme lang. Okay! So isang hapon bigla kong nagutom. Wag na po kayong magtaka kung bakit walang tao. Bihira po ata ang nag lulunch ng 4pm. Hahaha

Una kong na noticed or should I say una kong naramdaman ang comfortable na chair ang bongga! Gusto ko ng ganito sa bahay namin oorder ako mga 10. Hahaaha!

Disadvantage ng pagiging single. Una madalas ka date mo ang sarili mo. Pangalawa madaming masarap orderin ndi mo ma order dahil nakaka mukang PG pag mag isa ka lang tapos tatlo o higit pa ang pagkain sa mesa hahaha at hindi naman tig bebente ang isang order ng pagkain dito no!

Since umay na umay na ko sa manok dali dali kong inilipat ang menu sa parteng yun. At tumingin ng fish. Nakakalungkot, hindi available ang sinigang na salmon head. Next option gulay. So I ordered Laing dahil tinatakam ako ng toppings nitong hipon hahaha.

For someone na nakakain ng masarap na laing sa Bicol I lower my expectation. Wag na po natin i discuss ang service. Obviously, nagiisang customer lang ako pag slow padin sila. Aba! May something wrong. Hahaha

So inihain ang laing. Ang una kong nasabi "Ang Alat" ang pagkakaalam ko niluluto sa gata ang laing hindi sa asin. Pero okay naman kasi nga I lowered my expectation. In fact naka 2 rice ako. Hahaha

Not the best laing that you can try here in Manila. Mesa still serve the best laing for me.

My bill is around 350 something. Para sa laing, 2 kanin at service water? Hahaha i find it expensive. Pero dahil maganda ang ambiance, mabilis ang service at i super love the chair. Idagdag mo pa ang tugtugang Classic OPM music. Pede na!

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