Edgy Veggy

3 Brixton St., Kapitolyo, Pasig, Metro Manila

Edgy Veggy
3.9
4.0 Stars

21 Reviewers

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  • 22 Reviews
  • 5 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
Category:
Vegetarian
Phone
+639178474831

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Most Recent Reviews

Rein M.
4.0 Stars

Looking for a vegan restaurant is quite difficult especially here in the Philippines. A lot of us might think that eating healthy is boring. More so, it comes with a price tag. But not in Edgy Veggy. Their food is relatively affordable, tasty, and interesting. An example of this is their vegan longganisa made from mushroom. It's really good so much so that the rice that comes with the meal is not enough! 128513

If you're a fan of soups, they have good selection on their menu. My favorites are the roasted cashew and tomato soup, laksa, and pho.

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Sheryl Anne B.
5.0 Stars

Cocoa brownie with sea salt caramel sauce for P65! Heaven in every bite. I loved how the brownie was served warm, and how it complements with the sauce! Ah, the melting, luscious taste. 128525

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Faye M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Reich T.
4.0 Stars

Grams always told me to eat leafy green veggies.  I was a little late in doing so,  but better late than never.

Here comes Edgy Veggy.  The visit was eons ago and the item i will review may or may not be available on their menu.  Sorry,  i have a lot of backlogs.

Had late lunch here with a friend here before.  She asked for a resto recommendation,  i replied,  Edgy Veggy.  This small haven of nutrition is located at Brixton Street in Kapitolyo.  The joints sits comfortably beside Heima.  We got a table and ordered Vegan Mushroom & Pesto Panizza served with arugula and alfalfa sprouts. 

This whole wheat roll-up pizza with cashew cream.  The cashew cream is the cheese substitute.  One would think that a cheese-less panizza is a bad idea.  Well,  i hate to break it to you,  it isn't.  At least for Edgy's version.  The cashew cream is a good dairy substitute,  you won't even notice that cheese is missing.  The pesto is heavenly,  perfect match with the mushroom. 

Edgy is proof that healthy meals is not synonymous to bland and boring.  Head on to Edgy for a dose of leafy greens.

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Rica J.
3.0 Stars

Wasn't super hungry, so I just ordered their quesadilla :)

Not sure if it's worth 220 pesos... Coz you get a full meal with 220 pesos already. And it was a little too spicy for me, so I didn't enjoy it as much as I thought I would.

But I'll most definitely come back to try other dishes :-)

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Gelo L.
5.0 Stars

The best vegetarian restaurant in metro Manila. I love the mushroom pho, longganisa piadina, bibimbap, etc. Is not as expensive as corner tree. :)

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Phoebe R.
3.0 Stars

Mom's Burger Panino - made with mushroom burger, green, and gluten free artisanal ciabatta. I'm not into very long reviews but this was just okay. The price was too steep for the quality though.

Vegan ice cream are gone from their menu 128542 I wanna try vegan longannisa omelette next time I get to visit. 128522

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Maria L.
4.0 Stars

The Mushroom Longganiza is delish!

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Len I.
4.0 Stars

I have a new fave! Their carbless laksa! :) yummy!!!

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Ben W.
4.0 Stars

The new salad selection is great

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Veanney V.
3.0 Stars

You can get a free taste of their chips hehe got a scoop of salted caramel ice cream it was... Ok but too "heatlhy tasting" sorta bland also pricey too

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Fatzimuh G.
3.0 Stars

The staff recommended their MOM’S MUSHROOM PANIZZA. It was nice for a carnivore like me.. I enjoyed the shitake mushrooms the most, it was so soft and tasty..

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Kam S.
5.0 Stars

Originally, Dianne and I wanted to eat meat seda hotel to celebrate our month-anniversary, but since tons of restaurants have been offering a "dine for a cause" feat for the victims of Yolanda, we thought of sacrificing our hotel dinner date for any restaurant that's offering it the other day. Well, let me just say.. It was very well worth it. Since we barely frequent any joint up north we tried a very peculiar vegan eatery in kapitolyo. "Edgy veggy". The place had a really cool, homey vibe that's really calming, it makes you wanna eat more. Which is not really a problem since their selections are "vegan". That day was actually my first time to try grubs that are vegan so I really didn't know what to expect. For our appetizer we wanted to try the spinach and artichoke dip with flax crackers, but it was out of stock that day, so instead of coping up with our heart-break by choosing any thing from their appetizers, we just went on with the main. Choosing a meal was dreadfully hard let me tell you. The description of every item were too hard to resist. It was dreamy. ANW. Since I'm a sucker for anything truffle, I had the Truffle Mushroom Pasta, based on the description, it's Fettuccine with porcini, shiitake and oyster mushroom in a cashew cream miso base with truffle essence and lemon zest. -- this dish did not disappoint. Although they could've made the serving a little larger, the size was enough to fill my famished tummy. They didn't skimp on the truffle Essence, which was a big plus to me. Mushrooms were very evident and the lemon zest was surprisingly compatible with the dish. This is something id go back to, if I ever set foot in kapitolyo again. Dianne had the Morrocan rice meal. This dish has falafels topped with hummus, turmeric rice pilaf, Moroccan chickpea stew and side salad. If you're a fan of Moroccan cuisine, you are better off having this plate. Everything tasted authentic. Although again (they could improve on the amount of hummus atop the falafels and could've added more veggies in the salad) altogether this was very filling and satisfying. The stew was heavenly tasteful, it balanced the strong flavor of the turmeric rice pilaf and made it really exciting to eat. Dianne and I initially thought we will order one more dish when we saw the size of their serving but man, I tell you, we were already full with only having 3/4 of our meal.

This vegan joint is definitely something you would frequent. A place where you could indulge without feeling too much guilt after eating. The ambiance was really relaxing and the interior was nicely designed so despite the little detriment on their serving size, I'll give this place 5 stars.

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Dona A.
3.0 Stars

Coming from the name itself, this resto is yes, for vegetarians! 128512

I heard about this place from my food adventure partner/girlfriend/bff, but she was hesitant that I'll like the food here because I don't eat vegetables much. And since we have planned to visit Heima Brixton that day. We have then decided to eat here, since this was just beside it.

They were on soft opening when we went here and their place has a bohemian/modern touch, so it's pretty much okay to me.

On the food now, well, I've gotten myself their Mom's Mushroom Panizza at P265 (2nd picture from the left). It's a fresh handrolled dough with organic oyster mushrooms, pesto, on a bed of creamy cashew pesto sprinkled with caramelized garlic & lemon zest. While my girlfriend had the Spinach Bellpepper Panino at P225 (1st picture on the left). It's an organic spinach, arugula and roasted bellpepper garnished with lemon zest, vegan aioli & cashew cheese tucked into an artisanal ciabatta. These descriptions are in their menu by the way.

So imagine? By merely reading the ingredients itself, isn't it that everything looks so healthy already? *smiles*

Here goes my verdict then: It's good! I was just looking for that "satisfying taste". If they have put more spices, these foods would have been tastier, I'd say. And since their target customers are the vegans, I do understand why I didn't find that taste I was looking for.

Oh and by the way, they also have a good selection of desserts. Too bad that the one we wanted to try wasn't available that day. And that's the Speculoos Ice Cream Pie with Peanut Butter. Maybe next time then!

Cheers!
Dona 9786

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Cat d.
3.0 Stars

A new vegan/vegetarian restaurant in the Kapotolyo area. I went during the soft opening so not much stuff on the menu. I ordered their arugula salad with candied walnuts and their caramelized onions and mushroom sandwich. So yummy! Was pretty happy with what I ordered. Perfect location too, it's right under Urban Ashram the yoga studio!

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Lei G.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Len I.
5.0 Stars

Great menu selection! Tasty meals and great service. Although, they can improve on their a/c system since it can be hot during lunch time.

To all vegetarians, this is a place you will love! 128149

- mom's panizza 128077128077128077
- truffle cream pasta (pasta overcooked)128077128077
- bakes nacho salad 128077128077128077
- spinach and artichoke dip with flax crackers 128077128077128077

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Juno L.
5.0 Stars

Since it's my birthday, I get to choose the resto! Vegan realness!

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Abby R.
4.0 Stars

Menu can be expanded, though cooking vegan is understandably more tedious. Ordered lemongrass iced tea and Korean rice meal (kimchi rice, mushroom bulgogi) during first visit there. Food a bit on the tarty-tasting side, but maybe due to the place's no-seasoning policy.

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Margrey S.
3.0 Stars

Spinach and Mushroom tapenade panini with truffle essence mushroom pasta

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