Patricio's Cevicheria

31 Bayani Rd., Taguig, Metro Manila

Patricio's Cevicheria
3.7
3.5 Stars

14 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
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  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 0
  • 14 Reviews
  • 73 Recommend
  • 14 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6329987274

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
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I haven't really visited Patricio's along Bayani Road and I haven't heard about them until I saw them in mandala Park. They came in as Po-Ke Boy, offering Poke, which is basically a Hawaiian Ceviche. I didn't really bother checking out what Poke Boy had during the weekend market run since my eyes focused on the desserts by the side of the stall. They also brought their best selling Queso Crema and Mango Crema. I got the chance to talk to one of the owners and she was the one who explained that the restaurant's name is Patricio's but when they go to weekend markets, they market themselves as Poke Boy.

I tried both the Queso and Mango Crema. For 120Php each, you'll get a pretty big slice of the cake.

These were squares of heaven. The Queso Crema was so rich and sinful. Made of cheesy cream cake that was soft and moist, it was then smothered with generous serving of butter cream sauce. It rendered a nice play of sweet and salty notes.

The mango version, Mango Crema, was a little less sinful and not as rich as the Queso Crema but I liked this more. Bias towards the refreshing taste of ripe mango, the addition of the fruit made it overall lighter in the palette.

Planning to check out the restaurant along Bayani Road soon. I heard that they serve really good ceviche, or in local terms - kinilaw.

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Christina R.
3.0 Stars

This place has soooo much potential. More than just a hole-in-the-wall because the interiors are clean and simple. Ewan ko ba if stockholder sila ng asinan because I find their food just way too salty. Or I'm just super malas when I visit.

They first started out as a take out place years ago. I was so happy to see a nice looking to-go place that didn't look like you can get hepa a from their food. Soon after it opened I got their signature liempo but grabe, ang alaaat! Unedible alat. Because it was for take out, we couldn't return it, malayo na kami.

They're now open restaurant style. I think they have a lot of media connections because I've seen them in several big websites and magazines. I decided to try this place again. Same, that Lomo Saltado in the photo was salty again. Not super salty as my first experience, but still overseasoned for me. I even made MOO try it baka mamaya ako lang may problema. I got the full serving of the beef in the photo and it's really just for one person. I think bitin if you get the solo.

I did like the tuna poke and their queso cake. Haven't gone back since. I'm so worried for my taste buds and my kidneys. I saw them rating highly with other reviewers. I'd probably try again, give them one last chance, but not anytime soon.

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Elmer R.
4.0 Stars

Place to go for a legit kilawin or ceviche fix. If you have to order only one kind of ceviche make it the kinilaw de oro. The chicharones was just ok, you may skip this. The queso crema was a good ending to a good meal.

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Chili G.
4.0 Stars

Chanced upon Patricio's stall in Rockwell a couple of weeks ago and we got a free taste of their butter cheese cake ( I forgot what it's called!) and it was the bomb! Seriously, nakakahiya dun Sa seller cos sobrang Sarap na Sarap kme 128523 a slice is 90 and the full size is 430 (I think). They also have a mango cheese version which I like better. It's not as rich so you can eat more of it haha!
We got a full sized one and a couple of the slices. Less one star cos I guess you can only get it at their resto or at bazaars.

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Luisa E.
3.0 Stars

We traveled far and even got lost just to try it here because of the various ceviches on their menu.

Our dining experience was at least satisfactory. My boyfriend's parents orders hit the spot while ours were a miss.

Tita got the full serving of the best selling chicharones at php275. Tito got the kinilaw de oro at php260, kinilaw is his favorite food that's why we searched this place but of course their kinilaw back home was still the best for him.

I got moqueca, blue marlin steak in coconut cream at php210, it was okay. While my beau got aji de gallina, chicken flakes in cheese sauce at php230 which was disappointing, it looked like curry and was so bland.

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars

Last tuesday, after jogging, my officemates and I went to Bayani Road to try this restaurant. Yayyyyyy 127881

Since we don't want to eat a lot, we decided to just order their Binakhaw and lomo something (yung beef 128513). We also tried the pastil. It's rice with beef or chicken. We ordered both.

Everything we ordered were all really yummy! The kinilaw was fresh and not malansa. The suka was the perfect kind of asim. 128076 The beef was tender and we enjoyed it's flavor, very tasty and not salty. The kinilaw and beef both complemented each other. The pastil were good as well but we loved the beef more than the chicken.

Service was good and fast. 128077

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars

My friend invited me here for lunch thinking it was inside BGC only to find it was somewhere in taguig but not too far from mckinley hills. The place was so simple it looks like one of those canteen near the universities.
My friend recommeded the Kinilaw De Oro. Their version of kinilaw was delicious and I love that they use tabon-tabon as an ingredient which is a must for kinilaw. For the chicharones it was crispy nothing special but I love the black bean rice it was delicious. Lastly we also ordered the hawaiian aji poke. It was delicious more of a japanese resto type of food. The tuna chunks blend well with the sesame and nori flakes on top of japanese rice. They should have named this entree with something japanese and not hawaiian. Hehe
If you are a fan of kinilaw this place is a must try. 128522

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Judith O.
3.0 Stars

Been so busy these days! Quick review: The chicharones, which is their version of lechon kawali, was not as indulgently crispy as I thought it would be. (I was excited pa naman!) Their rice was interesting enough, but it wasn't anything special. Also, I had to take out the black beans because I don't like beans, lol.

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Joel L.
3.0 Stars

The only reason this place is worth visiting is the kinilaw which is as authentic as it can get. The chicharones - which are simply fried pork slices - were quite disappointing even if it came with a very interesting cup of fried rice that tasted a bit like arroz ala Cubana because of the black beans, corn and fried banana in it.

Will I go back? Definitely! To try the other kinilaw variants and the Ceviches (could our escabeche have been derived from ceviche?).

Went there during lunch and there weren't many customers. Maybe more customers come at night?

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Tei A.
3.0 Stars

They specialize in Ceviche or Kinilaw.
Tried 2 of their best-sellers:
- Kinilaw de Oro: Made with suwa/biasong lime, cucumber, and sili

- Binakhaw from Dumaguete: Made with dungon seed (i dunno what they are) green mangoes, chicharron, and sili. = I liked this better because of the green mangoes and chicharon toppings.

-Chicharonnes - didnt like this much. Lacked flavor, maybe wasnt marinated enough (?). Plus the pork cuts were not from the liempo, but the "pure laman" type which made it bit tough.

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Cindz C.
4.0 Stars

Finally I was able to dine at Patricio's cevicheria. Their Best seller ceviche that cost 280 is so far the best I've ever tasted. The flavors explodes in my mouth and all i can say is wow truly the first time that i really admire a ceviche dish, the flavors of their vinegar, onions, ginger and the small slices of suha the first time that i saw that kind of fruit creates a harmony of flavors which Patricio's can only provide. The Chicharones is a let down, overpriced if I may say. It consist of rice with beans etc, coleslaw veggies with a little twist, i don't know what to call their soup bit it's cold when served and 4 tiny pieces of fried liempo which are underseasoned and for the price of 180, I won't order it again. Will I come back? The answer is a resounding yes, because of their ceviche.
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Sean C.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Vinnie M.
5.0 Stars

My favorite neighborhood spot. :)

It starts with the very curious name - Cevicheria. I have never heard of such a place. As it turns out, ceviche means to prepare meats by using citrus juices and spiced with peppers.

The way they prepare food here is the real come-on -- all natural. Sun dried, house spiced, no-MSG fare. This does nothing bad to the flavor, though. Everything is a play of strong and rich flavors.

My usual order would consist of the Lechon Flakes (only P100!) which comes with a serving of bean and corn rice and their signature house spiced vinegar and lechon sauce. When I'm feeling quite abundant, I also have a Chicharrones (P230 to share) which is your lechon kawali with a twist and the Po'ke (P220 for a big serving) a Hawaiian tuna salad in sesame dressing with nori flakes on top.

Overall, I think the place is great. They also serve local and imported beer. They even have lemon in their service water. Hehe.

If you're in the area, I really recommend checking it out.

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Chito L.
2.0 Stars

You're closed on Sundays? Why oh why?

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