Gabe's Homegrown Dishes

YDG Bldg., 219 Katipunan Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Gabe's Homegrown Dishes
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11 Reviewers

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  • 13 Reviews
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Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 9:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6324392093

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Street, Parking Lot
Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Jayson J.
4.0 Stars
10

Going here will absoluetly bring back the good times. This is most especially true if you were born in the 1980s.

Dan, Marian and Allen greeted us so warmly and introduced us to their creation. Gabe is the name of Marian and Dan's firstborn son who is now at preschool age. The restaurant was established about two years already but they have just been in this area for months.

We were informed (i was reminded) that you could actually request for background music to be played. This could be great if you are alone cause literally, you'll set the mood you want, and own the place. Yes, sinubukan ko nga, and yes! They actually played my requested song: Noturne in E by Frederic Chopin! Ang galing!

Well, back to the great food:
128204128525 cheesestick @80php
Get this one fir appetizers, it's simple but so good. I remember my high school days! This one is still good even when it's cold. The thousand island dip that goes with this snack simply brings nostalgia.

128204128525 kwekkwek @90php 10 pcs
You could now eat your street food without worrying about its cleanliness. The dip that goes with this is creatively crafted by Marian: vinegar cucumber!
128204 fishballs @50php
I was first hesitant to try this because i have a fear eating fishbones as i have experienced before. Good thing their fishballs are all fish and no bones. Lol.
128204squidballs @60php
This is my least favorite. I think i could find better tasting squid balls.

Bilao sizes for noodles
@300php 6-9 pax
@500php 10-15pax
@950Php 20-25pax
128204 pansit malabon
We were amazed how big their servings are! You get the most from what you paid. For me, the pansit malabon was a little dry but i was told that it's just the way it is. At first, i thought it was some kind of overloaded palabok. There were pig's nape, chopped eggs, shrimps and pork crisps.
128204 carbonara
I like this one more. The béchamel sauce got mushrooms. The pasta was just cooked right.

128204kare kare @200php
The texture of their kare kare is different from what we've been accustomed to. Their kare kare got some sort of gelatinous substance that tastes like peanut. It was okay it got ox tripe so no, might as well skip this. Their bagoong is one of a kind as well!
128204baked ribs @190php
I could have loved this dish. The meat was tender but the sauce made it too salty.
128204salmon belly with bechamel sauce @160
This is the only exeption for their label of "big serving" this is a two piece salmon belly in which we all agreed could have been a better dish if the bechamel sauce was sold separately.
128204128525 crunchy pork sisig ni Gabe @185
Oh i love this one! Crunchy talaga, a little salty but please squeeze in the calamansi and mix it before eating. This dish is good to pair with rice, for sure you'll have the appetite to eat a lot.
128204 yummy lechon kawali @160php
Was a littke irdinary. But the softness was commendable. The sauce (onion and ketchup) was not a hit with me. I rather have mang tomas paired with this delish main.
128204128525 fried oreos ala mode @100php
I personally like this one. Oreo lovers, you'll find that this serving is big. Three pieces with vanilla ice cream and a combination of chocolate and strawberry syrup! I suggested it be better if it has mint leaf to add freshness and coolness to its dark, rich taste.
128204128525 valencia ala malabon @80php
Now this is something different. Turon ala mode but the turon got purple yam inside!this is unique to this place and everyone who has been here says that this dessert is great!
128204halo halo @100php
Well, the most common of all filipino deserts, i am not of a fan if this. May not be the best halo halo but the leche flan and the ube are to die for. We suggested if they could have a dessert just the leche flan/ ube.

128204 lemonade @65Php
Homemade and freshly squeezed. This would be better if they got some basil or mint in it. This is totally a refreshing drink!

Careful of their CR. Watch your step lest you'll miss the considerable height gap. The wifi was fast though which i like and there were presence of power outlets. Midz S was aesthetically conscious of the green plastic plates as well. In the end we all agreed to suggest they change it to pair it with their very beautiful customized tables and chairs. It was generous of them to offer us these sumptuous food! Also a great place to go if you want to eat a lot because all their servings are big. A great place to hangout or be with a study group!

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Midz S.
4.0 Stars
10

I've seen this restaurant on TV while watching Umagang Kay Ganda one morning and really got intrigued with the variety of food they offer plus the generous servings. Me and my foodie friends then planned to visit the place since we were all in QC. We finally get to discover this hidden gem along Katipunan Avenue.

APPETIZERS
127744PINOY CHEESE STICKS P80
127744KWEK KWEK P90 (10pcs)
127744FISH BALLS P50
127744SQUID BALLS P60

What's a meryenda without the classic tuhog-tuhog that never ever fails? The simplicity of these dishes made our experience more pleasant and our afternoon kwentuhan more fun.

NOODLES
127744CARBONARA P300( Single P120)
127744PANSIT MALABON P300 (Single P100)
Both pastas were delicious. The carbonara was creamy and the malabon was incredibly tasty. The latter isn't your typical malabon with thick, orange sauce. The flavor was well incorporated in the noodles, and made an impact upon every bite together with the other ingredients.

DRINK
128150LEMONADE P65
A citrus drink free from artificial flavors and sugars, this lemonade is the best way to rehydrate while enjoying your meal. (You can also request for a sweeter lemonade)

MAIN ENTREES
127744LENGUA P250
Creamy, with a hint of butter in the sauce. Their lengua was also soft and not difficult to swallow.

127744KARE-KARE P200
Gabe's rendition of the dish uses ingredients that are truly Filipino. Best goes with bagoong.

128150BAKED RIBS P190
Smoky, tender, and flavorful ribs.

SALMON BELLY IN BECHAMEL SAUCE P190
Fish in a creamy mushroom sauce.

128150CRUNCHY PORK SISIG NI GABE P185
The flavor of their sisig is very strong, but perhaps it's because we weren't able to use the calamansi over it. Nevertheless, I loved it. I just think that its flavor will be more balanced when eaten with rice.

127744YUMMY LECHON KAWALI P160
Super crunchy lechon kawali for those who want to stay away from the usual fried dishes.

Most of their main entrees are best paired with rice, but if you prefer to eat them without, then who am I to stop you? (I also ate all of them without rice 128514)

ALL DAY BREAKFAST
128150BEEF TAPSILOG P115
128150HORSEYLOG P115
I loved the taste of their tapsilog because if has the balance between sweet and salty. The only difference between the two is the meat (beef and horse). I wasn't able to notice the difference until I asked the staff. I actually didn't expect that I'd love the horse as much (if not better) as (than) the beef. The horse had more composed strands than the beef, although both were really tender.

DESSERTS
127744FRIED OREOS ALA MODE P100
127744HALO HALO P100
127744VALENCIA ALA MALABON P80
(+25 for ala mode)
Turon with saba, ube, monggo, and langka

I can't choose a favorite since all these desserts are worth the additional calories. The valencia ala mode caught my attention the most. This is a reinvention of our old-fashioned turon, and Gabe's deserves all the praises for bringing this dessert to life. I also loved their halo-halo and its abundance in ingredients. My favorite of which is their smooth and milky leche flan 128523

Other than the great food, Gabe's was able to take good care of us, providing warm service that feels like we're in the comforts of our own homes.

From the affordable price, the delicious taste, the large portions and the warm service, Gabe's is a restaurant that's worth your every penny and recognition. This restaurant did more than just deliver what was expected. Hats off to the team!

Thank you for having us, Gabe's 128522

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EJ B.
4.0 Stars
10

After several attempts, finally I've got to try Gabe's Homegrown Dishes. I was with Midz, Dennis and Jayson when we visited the place. The restaurant is not that visible in the public, it is located at the 2nd Floor YDG Building, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City. We were greeted by Dan Panlilio, owner of Gabe's Homegrown Dishes and Alex, Marketing Staff when we arrived at the restaurant. The tables, chairs and lights caught my attention inside, it's really beautiful and customized for Gabe's by Silya, Elektrika atbp.

The restaurant offered first the bestsellers, not really the bestsellers, I think... almost in the menu. LOL 128514 How can you be so generous like that Dan? 128540

⭕️Appetizers
Pinoy Cheese Sticks for Php80.00 - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
Kwek-kwek for Php90.00 (10 pcs.) - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Fish Balls for Php50.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Squid Balls for Php60.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

"I really like the way they did to cheese sticks, usually cheese sticks are really good when served hot but it still crunchy and tasty even it's cold already"

⭕️Main Entrees
Lengua for Php250.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Kare-kare for Php200.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Baked Ribs for Php290.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Salmon Belly with Bechamel Sauce for Php190.00 - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
Crunchy Pork Sisig ni Gabe for Php185.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Yummy Lechon Kawali for Php160.00- 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

"I like the Salmon Belly, flavorful and crispy but I think it would be much better if the sauce would be on the side (well, it depends in the customers on how they want it, but for me I want it to be separted). All of the mains taste good just lessen the salt l."

⭕️All Day Breakfast
Beef Tapsilog for Php115.00 - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
Horseylog for Php115.00 - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

"I don't see myself eating horse meat again, but it was really good. Must try!"

⭕️Noodles/Pasta
Carbonara - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
Solo - Php120.00
Good for 6-9 - Php300.00
Good for 10-15 - Php500.00
Good for 20-25 - Php950.00

Pancit Malabon - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5
Solo - Php100.00
Good for 6-9 - Php300.00
Good for 10-15 - Php500.00
Good for 20-25 - Php950.00

"These two noodles were so masarap! I don't know how they did it. The Carbonara was so creamy and the Pancit Malabon, not that saucy but overloaded with toppings. Ang sarap! 128521

⭕️Desserts
Fried Oreos ala Mode for Php100.00- 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Halo-halo for Php100.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
Valencia ala Malabon - 1108811088110881108811088️ 5/5

"Valencia ala Malabon was my favorite during our visit. Imagine saba, ube, monggo and langka wrapped and fried like a turon served with vanilla ice cream. Heaven!"

⭕️Beverages:
Lemonade for Php65.00 - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5

On the other side, they need to improve or change the green plastic plates/containers into a breakable one, maybe color white will do. They have beautiful restaurant, the plates must also fit.

Come and visit Gabe's Homegrown Dishes in 219 2nd Floor, YDG Building, Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City.

Thank you for having us Gabe's Homegrown Dishes c/o Dan.

#ilovetoeat 12851510084

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars
10

Yesterday got to go with EJ B., Jayson J. and Midz S. to try out this hidden gem in Katipunan. Gabe's HGD is located near banapple. Tucked in the 2nd floor of the building in front of Ducati. Gabe is named after the son of the owner. This little was so cute and gladly welcomed us in the resto. This gave me nostalgic moment from the Trump cards that I used to play to the old toys displayed and off course their original homey Filipino dishes.

1st to be served was a various streetfood that bring backs memory of HighSchool. CheeseSticks, Kwek-Kwek, FishBall and Squidball. The cheesticks is the one that I missed most! I love perfect crisp of the wrapper and the Ketchup/Mayo mixed dipped. The Kwek-kwek, Fishball and Squidball was equally good especially the dip sauce and vinegar/pipino.

We also got to try their famous pancit bilao. One was the carbonara and the other is pancit malabon. A bilao that is good for 6 pax was only 300PHP. What a great deal! I love their version of pancit malabon that doesn't have the yellowish suace but kept the flavorful taste of pancit malabon. I also love the awesome load of toppings. For the Carbonara, It was one of the best I've tried. I love the big cuts of mushroom and the creamy flavor is not that ka-umay.

Other dishes we go to try our:
127775Horseylog 128052- Whaaaat!!! Horse meat tapa! This is my first time to try horse meat and it was good. Felt like just beef/pork but with a distinct taste. I love the marinated taste of the meat. Not bad for a horsemeat.
127775Beefsilog 128046- This is equally good as the Horseylog but with more distinct beef flavor.
127775Baked Ribs - I love this very tender meat. The flavor was spot on. Didn't got to try their bbq sauce but per feedback it was a bit salty. They told us they will try to improve on this.
127775Kare-Kare - Their Kare-Kare is the one I usually found in provinces. Authentic ground peanut with atchuete to bring a orangish color. This is the type of Kare-kare that I miss.
127775Crunchy Pork Sisig - Love the cunchiness but was a bit salty. I think this will be prefect for beer.
127775Lechon Kawali - Not a fan of Lechon Kawali cooked to crunchyness. This might be my least fave.
127775Lengua - this is love and one of my fave dish. I like the tender and flavorful mushroom sauce.

For Dessert:
127775Valencia ala Malabon - Turon with banana, monggo, ube and langka filling topped with Vanilla Ice Cream. This is heaven. I used to look for langka in turon to taste good but this one level it up with the addition of ube and monggo which was a great idea. This is a must try!
127775Fried Oreo ala Mode - Another great dessert. I love the way the oreo was deep fried tasted great!
127775Halo-Halo - Loaded with great ingredients. The leche flan was very good. I also love this dessert but the shaved ice is not the fine Ice that I love in other halo-halo.

Overall great foods that are very friendly in the pocket. A great alternatively for bilao order in the office during bday celeb if you are tired of the other nakakasawang pancit. Definitely a great find and their Horse meat is a great food adventure.128526128076

Thanks Dan and Maureen for the invite
**Disclaimer sponsored food eat-up

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Clarissa P.
4.0 Stars
10

The foodie scene has exploded over the years gaining so much attention from A to Z. Restaurants are on a roll to fight for a chance to grab the top spot, or sometimes, to simply stand out from the rest. Craving for food of a particular cuisine? Name it, I'm sure there's a handful out there to satisfy your cravings! Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Peruvian, Thai, Vietnamese, Spanish, etc etc. Conservative dishes that stick to the original recipe or modern ones that dare take the fusion kind of road, they're everywhere! Same is true for our well-loved Filipino favorites. You want it with a twist? You want it home cooked style? LOTS OF OPTIONS!!!

In a sea of Modern Filipino and Filipino Fusion restaurants, it's such a breather to find one that sticks true to comfort Filipino food. Offering nothing but affordable "home coked" goodness of our classic favorites - Kare-Kare, Sisig, Silog meals, Lengua - Gabe's Homegrown Dishes surely has something you'll like.

Located in Katipunan, just right after the strips of restaurants including Banapple, Nathaiels and Katips, look for the HQ of Sbarro and you'll spot Gabe's! A hole in the wall type of place that's not intimidating at all, their space was well organized and clean! Loved the simple interiors that touched on family love and importance. They also have some frames with different messages, industrial style drop lamps and a board where they pinned messages from guests. A play of textures with wood and tiles, I loved these wooden chairs with letters engraved! Card games, board games and even some toys for little ones are available for everyone to enjoy.

Dan and Marianne are the husband and wife tandem in charge of this family business. It's their first venture to F&B business though they have a little background from their entrepreneur parents.
Dan sent me an invite for a sponsored lunch so I went with my family on a Sunday. The staff were welcoming and genuinely kind. They helped us through the menu and asked us for anything that we wanted to try other that what they're supposed to serve. Dan and Marianne were very easy to talk to. Anything about the kitchen is managed by the wife while marketing and promotions are the tasks of the husband. They prepared a feast for us!

Appetizer: Pinoy Cheese Sticks

No fuss cheese sticks that will remind you of your childhood! Local cheddar cheese wrapped in lumpia wrapper, deep-fried to crispy perfection, each bite was oozing with cheese! My daughters loved this.

Sandwiches: Crab Sandwich and The Half Pounder

> Crab Sandwich for 100Php

Ordinary white bread that have been buttered and then toasted, filled with kani in mayo with carrot sticks and cabbage on a bed of crisp lettuce and fresh cucumber. The flavor was good but then there was too much filling! This sandwich came in with fries.

>
The Half Pounder for 180Php

This is their version of a cheeseburger. They made their own half pound beef patty, added some lettuce, tomato and cucumber slices plus cheese in a toasted hamburger bun. Honestly, this was just okay. The beef patty was overcooked, IMO. Could have been better if it was done medium so that it could have been juicy instead of dry. This burger was served with fries too.

Noodle: Pancit Malabon
for 100Php

Not a fan of Pancit Malabon so I technically didn't fancy this dish. Don't get me wrong, it didn't taste bad and according to my husband it was delicious. Pancit Malabon is in general not my thing. I have to note though that this plate full of noddles had a lot of toppings in it - pork, hard boiled egg and shrimps!

Onto the mains, we tried a total of four ---

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Lengua for 250Php

Lengua was a staple dish when we have parties back in the province when I was a child. I can vivdly remember the creaminess of the dish, the hint of mushroom and the super tender beef tongue!
Gabe's version was full of nostalgia! Though I would still prefer my Lola Ma's version (granny's little girl here!), Gabe's definitely nailed this dish!

> Laing with Dilis for 90Php

One of their best seller, this dish was a surprise favorite of mine during our visit! It was thick, with a good coconut milk flavor, and nice touch of saltiness from the dilis.
You can control the spiciness by adding some chili.

> Kare-Kare for 200Php

Kare-Kare is a favorite dish of mine. From Fusion to modern, simple and home-cooked, I'll try them all! Gabe's version was simple but gave a comforting and homey feeling. It's like your mom's proud version. Thick peanut sauce with a hint of sweetness, lots of veggies that were done right, beef cubes and ox tripe.
Nothing fancy but definitely good.

> Crunchy Pork Sisig ni Gabe for 185Php

Sisig is my thing and I don't like my Sisig with lots of extenders. Gabe's version was on point! Served on a sizzling plate, it had generous heaping of chopped pork, just the right portion of chopped onions, a drizzling of their own Sisig sauce, green chili and a raw egg on top. Mix everything together while the plate is still hot and you're in for a treat! Loved the occasional crunchy bite from pork skin and the overall saltiness.

If you think that we've had a lot already, I tell you not yet. Dan and Marianne also had us try two rice meals!

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Baked Ribs for 190Php

Pork ribs that have been marinated in their special BBQ sauce and homemade rub, broiled then served with rice, fries and more thick sauce! These were not fall-off-the-bone tender but weren't tough as well, good flavor with hints of sweetness. Bang for your buck at 190Php!

> Horseylog for 115Php

Not your usual "silog" meal, this one's definitely for the brave soul! Sourced out from Malabon, the horse tapa had a nice salty flavor with an after taste that I can't quite describe. Their wasn't any stinky smell or taste, which was said to be a norm for this kind of meat. I'm telling you that this one is worth the try!

Even though we were BEYOND FULL, as they say, always leave room for dessert. Our generous hosts had us try two out of their three desserts!

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Fried Oreos a la Mode for 100Php

Fried Oreos made their debut in the foodie scene years ago but they still manage to please. They're simply irresistible! The chocolatey goodness of the warm melted Oreo, the simple batter - kids love this dessert. Gabe's version did not disappoint.
Three pieces of battered and deep-fried Oreos, topped with vanilla ice cream and drizzled with chocolate and strawberry syrup - the contrast of cold and warm plus not too much sweetness, such a favorite of ours!

> Valencia a la Malabon for 80Php | Add 25Php to make it a la mode

If you want a dessert like no other, try this. It's the first time that I've seen this dessert and I'm more than happy that it was introduced to me by Gabe's! According to Marianne, who is originally from Malabon, anything with banana is called Valencia in their place.
This dessert is essentially a leveled-up turon! Aside from saba and langka, they added ube and monggo. The result, a lot of layers of yumminess in just one bite! Make it a la mode and you're in for a treat!

We also got to try their Iced Tea and Lemonade ---

> Iced Tea for 60Php

House blend iced tea that has a distinct fruity flavor, this was was refreshing and definitely not your usual grocery bought powder!

> Lemonade for 65Php

Freshly squeezed lemon, this one has the right balance of sour and sweet. Such a refreshing treat!

So thankful for the invite from Dan! We definitely had a great time. Aside from the good food and low price points, the husband and wife tandem were very nice and friendly. I will definitely go back for more!

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Telle B.
5.0 Stars

Omg the food here is just heavenly! It's good Filipino comfort food! Plus, the prices are very reasonable! They're actually student friendly 128513 most of the dishes in the picture I posted are around Php 115/ each! The rice is buttery and the viands are tasty!

I wasn't able to take other photos of the food that was presented to us.. like the ribs, valencia (sooo good), Halo halo, Laing, pancit malabon and LENGUA! All of them were soooo good! I mostly liked the Lengua, Valencia and the breakfast food! Try the Horseylog! It's surprisingly yummy! To be honest, I liked all of them and I crave for them as I type this review 128557

The staff are real nice too! You can also play boardgames in this place and request for your favorite music while you wait for your food 128513

All in all, this is a great find! A gem actually! I'll definitely go back! 128588🏼

Thanks to JP G for tagging me along!

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SZhell P.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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SZhell P.
5.0 Stars
4

Tried out a cool restaurant before Katipunan Avenue and after Nathaniels. Gabe's has 2 signages and cannot be missed. It's hidden on the 2nd floor and the exteriors were just strikingly cool. Noticed lots of reviews on the wall and it's message board. I Tried their beef tapa, one of the best sellers. Super delicious and heavy. I Ordered the salmon and it was tasty. For dessert the Fried Oreos was just blissful.
Staffs were very accommodating and prices very affordable. I Was surprised we can request songs. Definitely a must try and a hidden gem along Katipunan.

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Meow M.
5.0 Stars

The Valencia ala Malabon is a simple,inexpensive dessert. I love how the leche plan, ube, monggo and ofcourse the banana (saba) put together in a wrapper which it looks like caramelized and crunchy. It is like what we called "turon".
When I had the first bite, I was like "Woaahh! There's a magic on my mouth. Perfectly combined together that creates a unique and delicious taste!
Ambiance is great! Service was excellent and food portions were generous.
If you want to check their food follow them on their Instagram and Twitter account @gabeshgd or better visit them at 219 Katipunan Ave. 2nd floor YDG Building Blue Ridge Quezon City after Quirino Hospital. I assure you that you wont regret it!
Ill be back soon! And going to spread the words to my friends. Good job and more power Gabe's! :)

#50ksummergiveaway

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Abbey A.
3.0 Stars

I had a slice of bread with peanut butter for breakfast, and then I was craving for more come lunch time. So, I decided to get a peanut butter and cheese sandwich from Gabe's and it was surprisingly good!!!! 128077

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Abbey A.
4.0 Stars

Another overlooked and underrated restaurant near our office. I've actually noticed this place already before but it didn't seem appealing enough for me to want to try it out, until today.

I actually had baon for lunch, adobo, but since I was craving for carbonara, I decided to order from Gabe's. It wasn't the traditional carbonara, meaning it was the type that clumps up, but I like it that way sometimes. It was very creamy and cheesy. Mmhmmmm and for only P100, sulit!! Good for sharing. 128076 also got baked ribs for P150. Tender and flavorful and again sulit! Quite a big serving. I suggest ordering different dishes when dining here and sharing it amongst a group.

Cheap good eats = happy me me me! TGIF!

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George C.
3.0 Stars

I took shelter in Gabe's one rainy evening. I ordered their crab sandwich and iced tea. They had generous servings of crab stick and I loved the chips that came with it. Will be back to try their other offerings. :)

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Jaymie P.
4.0 Stars

My kids and I went to try Gabe's during their soft opening. Ordered the Ribs for myself, spaghetti for my kids and tapsilog for my Nanny. Ribs was very tasty! I ended up eating all my rice. My companion also liked the beef tapsilog I ordered for her.

Will need a bit more guts to try their horseylog though those who have tried it say that it's really good!

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