Restoran Prijatno

17 Examiner St., West Triangle, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Restoran Prijatno
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Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens Tue: 11:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+6327999233

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 12:00a
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 2:00a

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Street, Parking Lot
Reservations:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
Yes
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars
8

Food has surely brought me to various places, the latest of which was in Restoran Prijatno in West Triangle. I think it’s my first time to be around this area in QC, thanks to Aleksandra, who invited me to be in this foodie meetup. Aleksandra co-owns Restoran Prijatno, alongside her chef and business partner.

“Prijatno” is actually a Serbian expression which means, “We hope that you enjoy your meal!” It connotes a pleasant experience. It’s not only Restoran Prijatno’s dishes that gave me a pleasant experience, but it was their hospitality that was really satisfying for me.

Our curiosity was intensified as each dish was served to us one at a time. The first thing that they have served us was their three cheese ravioli in mornay sauce. It doesn’t get any cheesier than this. The combination of three cheeses, namely, parmesan, cheddar, and mozzarella are so well balanced out. It was a good mix of light and salty flavors. They also cooked their pasta al dente.

The ravioli was followed by their Hungarian pasta. Apparently, this serves only one person but given its hefty serving, this can actually feed up to four peeps. This is definitely a steal deal at Php280. The Hungarian sausage was perfectly combined with tomato, rosemary, and basil.

Another item in their menu that serves a great value for its price is their parmesan crusted dory (priced at Php250). It was cooked deep fried and definitely flavorful. Its spinach cream sauce really went well with it. Their mushroom risotto, on the other hand, was a bit dry, IMO, but I dunno if it’s supposed to be like that.

I think what stood out from among all the entrees that were served to us that day was their rubbed pork belly with prawns. Aleksandra mentioned that the pork belly was roasted for hours, and sure enough, you can taste the meat’s goodness. It was seasoned just right, and the potato gratin that came together with it is delicious as well. The prawns are small but just as tasty nevertheless.

The last thing that my friend and I had from Restoran Prijatno that we got stuck in in so much amusement is their chocolate plate (priced at Php220). As both of us are chocolate fanatics, we had a blast with this dessert. It’s actually a mix of fudge brownie and flourless chocolate cake, surrounded with choco mousse, crushed choco biscuits, and salted caramel.

They got more up their sleeves here at Restoran Prijatno, as Aleksandra puts it. Since they have just recently opened their restaurant, they are slowly adding in their new offerings on their menu, including a wide selection of wines that are perfect for pairing with their meats. This place has such a big potential in making it big in the food industry, so I suggest you guys give it a visit, whether you’re visiting West Triangle for the first time or not.

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Aleksandra K.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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