Pedro N’ Coi

3/F Fisher Mall, Quezon Ave. cor. Roosevelt Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Pedro N’ Coi
4.0
4.0 Stars

40 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 14
  • 4 stars 16
  • 3 stars 7
  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 2
  • 41 Reviews
  • 69 Recommend
  • 40 Reviewers
Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p
Phone
+6329315693

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes
Noise Level:
Average

Most Recent Reviews

Gracielle R.
5.0 Stars
2

From ambience to witty menu - I loveeeed every bit of it!! The food was yummy, staff were polite and even had a short dance during our stay and the Filipino feels are what made it special 128158

Food : Sisig - a bit spicy but really good
Set meal - chicken bbq and chopsuey. The chopsuey even had chicken skin on top 128561 The set meal comes with soup and drinks too.

Price : this is about php500++ with service charge.

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Anrey C.
5.0 Stars

Love their kare kare and Red tea :) ,
the place is very cutie ...Lloyd is there nagwawalis haha he is very customer friendly and nice, he would even personally go to the reservation table and help the staff ... we request a photo with him at dun pa sya sa likod ko talaga pumwesto what a lucky kid i am ;) kya lang na kay kuya ko yung photo since cp nya gamit na pinagpicture hehe...

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Star V.
4.0 Stars

A must try! Crispy pata Kare-Kare

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Kat L.
3.0 Stars

First time here at fisher mall. Just to meet a friend living nearby. She invited me to try this shamcey supsup's restaurant. I like the interior, it's a pinoy version of Japanese restaurant I use to eat at bay walk square. The price is quite expensive for the ingredients and varieties they used for their menu, considering it's suppose to be "Kung ano Lang Ang nasa refrigerator Na maihalo" we ordered tinolang manok. It's weird compare to normal tinola. The chicken breast is grilled, Tapos may baguio beans, and kangkong but it taste tinola Na inihaw hahaha as I've said, Sa mahirap same Lang Ang recipe ng tinola Sa nilaga hahaha! I bet the nilaga has the same ingredients with tinola... Anyway they give you complimentary "mani" I don't like the strawberry taho... We thought that it's like strawberry taho in baguio, but no--- taho Na may strawberry jam, wrong for the combination... Sana man Lang sinarapan Nila. Yung bangus malansa Pero ok naman Sa panlasang. The name of every viand is hard to remember 128514. Everything in there has a "frugal" taste from ingredients to kitchen ware I think because that's the concept. Mas maganda Sa taas Mas presko.

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Gwen I.
4.0 Stars

Pedro N' Coi! I miss eating here. 128543

I remember we ordered Sinigang, Adobo, Pinakbet, and the one on the photo, Sisig. Everything's great, especially the Pinakbet and Sisig! 128522

We went on a Friday night and it was packed. I also liked the interior of this place. Sooo Pinoy! I just wished we were seated upstairs, but there's no available table anymore.

The owners, Shamcey & her husband went there, too. 128512

Hope to dine here again! Perfect if you're craving for Pinoy food. 128077

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Mhie B.
5.0 Stars

Food is great and the place is soooo Filipino!

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Raymund M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Sheyz U.
2.0 Stars

We ordered the tocino rice, pork sizzling sisig, bangus belly, bistek, nilagang baka and the appetizer with chicken skin, chicharon and kropek.

The appetizer was almost all kropek, some chicken skin and super little chicharon. Didn't like it, chicken skin tastes like it's been fried the second time...

Nilagang baka was bland, but they had this concoction of chicken skin with banana that you mix into the soup to make it tastier. After the chicken skin appetizer bout, I didn't put this into mine. Sana they mixed it into the soup namlang derecho if needed.

Bistek. This was the only dish that I loved! Meat is very tender. The signature bistek taste is there. :)

Bangus belly. Just seeing this made me not want to eat it. Swimming wih some kind of sauce topped with what I'm guessing is toasted garlic strips, you can't even see the bangus belly! So I didn't try this.

Pork sizzling siisg came to us not sizzling anymore. It didn't even taste like the other sisigs I've tried from other restos. Some people might like it but I didn't.

Tocino rice was good but I think paired with the numerous ulam, it was too much. There was too much flavor in the rice that it should be eaten alone, not with ulam. With ulam, you get flavor overload, if you know what I mean. I always have this notion that rice should complement whatever ulam you have. This was just too much.

Sorry, not a good place for me and I wouldn't go back. I vomited what I ate when I got home, that's how much of a bad experience it was for me. :(

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Aileen L.
5.0 Stars

With the Beauty Queen, Mrs. Shamcey Supsup Lee128120

After visited our departed loved ones at Manila North Cementery last Saturday morning , mom, my cool aunties and I decided to go to Pedro N Coi restaurant located at the 3rd floor of Fisher Mall in Quezon Ave Q.C. It's easy to find since it can just be seen along the highway and just across Capitol Medical Center.

I've been wanting to try this ever since but I don't usually go to this area and glad I'm going to try the place already.. It's my aunties treat so lucky I am! Free food plus another check for my foodie buckelist 2015✅127860

Were lucky that it was not yet crowded when we arrived and we were able to get seats on their jeepney style seats because that's I really wanted to seat. Staffs are accommodating. They gave us there cute menu and we got Pork sizzling sisig and they have a shoutout for this one then Kalderetang Baka and shrimp bob. We had Iced tea and softdrinks too. Their food is a taste of Filipino modern food. A food with a twist. The serving was generous, were five in a group and we was able to have a take out coz we can't finish it since our stomach is so full. Their servings can feed many.

While waiting for our food , I was accompanied with my one auntie to go to second floor and check out the ambiance there and we had photo ops there lol128247

Before we finished our food, lucky that Shamcey and Lloyd arrived. We were able to get pictures with them. 128077

All in all, good food, nice ambiance and free picture taking with the beauty queen 128077 solved 128077127860

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Sunshine S.
4.0 Stars

Buttered Chicken 110881108811088
Tocino Rice 1108811088110881108811088

✔️ Big serving
✔️ Reasonable Price

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Jayson J.
5.0 Stars

I loved the authenticity they made.
Owned by couple lloyd and shamcey supsup.

I like their pancit. Texture like chapchae.
Noodles were cooked right. I think it's because of their sauce that's thick it made a similarity with chapchae.

Their sizzling sisig was great too.. (fatty prec) It looks like tofu though. Not so spicy too. Adjust spiciness by crushing the pepper. Upon ordering this, there's a special shoutout from all crew members: sizzling sisig... Aww!

Another best in this place is their crispy pata kare kare... The ingridients are separated so to maintain the crispiness of the pata. The peanut sauce was incredibly tasty... The color lacks depth though.. Amazing combination. They also do a crew shoutout upon ordering this: at dahil may crispy pata kare kare sila, palakpakan!

Their pinakbet was good too... U can taste the bagoong evenly. The veggies werent overcooked too

I was not fond of the binatong manok (grilled chicken in chicken broth--tinola--soup) the fat easily solidifies...

Fast service...full on sundays...so better book

The place has 2 floors.. Veey pinoy tambayan type...

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Anthony A.
4.0 Stars

Food
We ordered one of their group meals; consisted of pork sizzling sisig, fried chicken, pork sinigang and pinakbet. With pitcher of cucumber iced tea.

Typical Filipino food. But excites us because they've made some twists on its name and flavor profiles. I love that there's bacon-something to cut back on sourness of their sinigang. Sisig was really good too! Fried chicken was okay; however I find it a little bland without the dip. Others were okay though.

Service
Nice. They offered us a choice seats (in the Jeepney) though we seated already on a regular spot. It's a funny experience to note that every time an order of sisig and Kare-kare will be served, they'll shout something. Entertaining!

Cleanliness
Fair.

Price
Value for money! 128077128077128077

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Jill B.
5.0 Stars

We ordered Isang Kawaling Garlic Rice, Chicken Sisig and Skwid Ward plus Pi-Pinoy's Lemonade and Banana Shake. EVERYTHING WAS VERY FILIPINO. Also, Shamcey and Lloyd were very accommodating. I would love to go back to try other food from the menu. Kudos!

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Alyssa B.
4.0 Stars

Would recommend the chukchak chicken (it tastes SOO good that you won't even need a sauce for it), the talong and winding road, the pork sisig (though I find it too spicy), pi-pinoy's lemonada and redford's tea (both SOO refreshing).

Though the rice is refillable meaning UNLIMITED, still it's a bit pricey because plain rice can cost you as much as 65 pesos. The drinks we ordered are also refillable.

Great interior. Very filipino. While we're eating, the kids also enjoy because of the jeepney.

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North R.
5.0 Stars

Truly good food! Had the house specialties - sisig, chap chae, karekare, sinigang. I luvd the cucumber lemonade. Very good service. Nice ambience and concept. Highly recommended!

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Karen C.
5.0 Stars

You really need to see the menu!!! 128515

The food is very Filipino. Just like what surrounds you. A Jeepney. Tindahan. Capiz window. Frames. A picturesque of a local town. And well sounds of a local singers. We just ordered Sisig Aw! Just like what evwrybody else ordered. 1 order is enough for us. Unlimited pipino juice is superb. And wow, this is what il go back for. And il go back for. And il go back for. Their Sawsawan!! Very filipino right? Hmmm i could taste the suka, toyo, garlic and oh whatever is there on that sawsawan. I love it! Well, its Just a little bit pricey but the ambiance and food servings can compensate.

And please check out their tables too.. 128526

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Marly M.
3.0 Stars

Ordered "Sisig Hooray" it was ok but not that great. I think food is a little bit over priced. But ambiance and service is good.

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Alisa B.
4.0 Stars

All their food contained things that were so good it would have been bad for you. Their sinigang had lechon kawali! Their kare kare too! I mean it is so sinful you would probably need to confess! Haha! Good food. The birthday number of the servers was also hilarious! :) The soundtrack was purely OPM. You can even sit in a faux-jeepney! :) I guess their location isn't that nice because it is in an unknown mall. Their decorations were slightly overboard, bordering on tackiness. But, hey, it's all about Filipino nationalism! :) All good!

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Golly B.
4.0 Stars

A bit pricey but the taste of their food is good! when it comes to there service, we have a bad experience but Shamcey talks to us personally and they give us 10% off due to the food delay!

The ambiance was good and they used old stuffs for the interior 9786

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Maureen L.
3.0 Stars

Had the chance to dine here because of a work-related event. Overall experience was okay - food and service alike. They need to improve on customer service, most specially in taking and serving correct orders.

Tried the following dishes (but can't remember how they called them... The names they gave the dishes were funny 128514)
- streetfood platter (kikiam, fishball, quek quek and chicken skin. Was okay. Locavore is better)
- crispy pata with kare kare (this was good. This dish was the highlight of our meal)
- fried squid (was so-so. Nothing special. Had better)
- talong in pancake mixture (which I mistakenly thought was tortang talong. This was our least favorite)

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