La Madera Gastronomic Pub

3/F Kojak Bldg., 184 Sct. Castor St. cor. Tomas Morato Ave., Tomas Morato, Quezon City, Metro Manila

La Madera Gastronomic Pub
4.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 2:00a


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a

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Most Recent Reviews

Roy T.
4.0 Stars

La Madera Gastropub is one of the newest pub addition in the Tomas Morato strip. I heard about them in an Instagram post and got curious about the food. So one weekday dinner, I suggested we dine here with workmates after clinic to meet a friend who's set to go abroad for greener pastures. A lot of people leave nowadays. 128542

If you frequent the area, they're in the same building where Book and Borders and Nihonbashitei are. Scout Castor corner Tomas Morato. They're at the second or third floor so you have to enter through the door at the side of the building, go up three sets of stairs, and be welcomed by a counter outside where people sign the registration attendance sheet. No, just kidding. It's the counter you check whether you're in the guest list, if it were a private event.

Interiors was simple and basic yet looked elegant. I liked the wooden planks, attached on the walls, that serve as tables and chairs for small groups. Two to three people, i think can stay there. Since we were six people, we opted to go with the couches. At one side of the pub was an LCD screen and mini stage where singers or DJs may do their thing. They have guest singers on Friday and weekend dinner, said a poster. I hope to visit them on these days.

It was a Tuesday dinner and we were actually the only people dining so medyo malungkot and quiet. They played some music but i think more upbeat ones would be better next time to make the pub feels kicking.

The food tasted good. They serve Filipino fusion type of food. We got to try their famous La Madera's sisig, chicken aubergine parmigiana, and tiger prawns mesculin in raspberry sauce, and they served as complimentary onion rings.

Sisig was not bad. Well-presented and a mix of crunchy and some chewy parts. Liked that it was not too spicy. The serving was just enough for the six of us to taste. Not too big a serving, but was just right since we ordered something else.

Parmigiana may be eaten by one person should that be his/her only order. Not bad but I think the chicken meat was quite overcooked and tough. Tomato sauce and cheese mix was good. Presentation again had something to offer.

Tiger prawn mesculin in raspberry sauce salad was okay. I liked the raspberry sauce, typical, but the name prawn should be dropped because I think they were shrimps. Maliit sila. 3-5 pieces if I remember it right. Greens were fresh and crisp though. Good!

They served us complimentary onion rings. Ther were not bad. The dip was good add on but I can eat them alone.

Tip: their one cup rice is huuuuge. May be shared by two people. Just add another order if kulang

Overall, giving them a 4 because of the food and ambiance. Service also!! Almost forgot to mention about it but the service was good and I liked the modern and hip attires of the servers. They wore plain shirts with an apron (cloth type were jeans or military print). Cool concept!

Also, wow so happy about the new looloo feature! We can now upload up to 10 photos! Thanks for granting my (and many others') wish, | looloo gods. Ehem Peanut D and the others! 128077🏻128077🏻 congrats!

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