SALU

26 Sct. Torillo St. cor. Sct. Fernandez St., Sacred Heart, Quezon City, Metro Manila

SALU
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4 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
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  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
  • 2 Recommend
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Category:
Filipino
Business Hours
Reopens Wed: 11:00a - 11:00p
Phone
+6329212448

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot

Most Recent Reviews

Gracielle R.
3.0 Stars
3

First time to eat here! They have a creative take on the filipino dishes from various provinces.

Price is good - not too expensive! We had a total of P750 for the 3 dishes plus one rice.

They had a fast service but the pinakbet was undercooked 128542

Place is very good too and looks very expensive.

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Marijoe D.
5.0 Stars
10

Our friend is a sous chef at Salu, so he invited us to try the new restaurant that owned by celebrities Romnick Sarmienta and Harlene Bautista, located in the heart of Timog.

Went here with friends on a Saturday night. We ordered their best seller and their famous bagnet. It was really good, so crunchy outside and juicy inside. We also ordered their binagoongan lechon kare kare, gising gising, pansit bam-i, and liempo. Everything was great. They also gave us brazo de kalabasa and pannacotta as free desserts. Love the twist of squash in the brazo cake. The servers are very attentive to our needs. Would definitely come back to try other dishes.

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Mico C.
4.0 Stars
5

Family went out yesterday, Sunday, and ate in a different restaurant from our usual go-to place. My mom wanted us to try this new place and so she successfully persuaded the men and women of habit in our family.

We tried the following:

Salu Salad
I had very high hopes for this salad mainly because I saw strawberries in the picture. I found it to be unique but a bit too sweet. They were very generous with their serving in terms of both size and number of ingredients.

Crispy Tawilis
Ironically, the crispy tawilis dishes which i like best are the ones which are not that crispy. I found theirs just right in the crispiness level. Soft in the inside! I like this dish. It's a great appetizer.

Stingray
This was my choice for our main. My family got other dishes but i requested for this. I like the flavor and the way they cooked the stingray. The only thing i was honestly looking for in this dish was a bit of spiciness and just a hint of crunchiness. Other than that, it's perfect.

Their best seller is the binagoongang lechon karekare. It's a 3-in-1 dish! I'd describe it as a combonalo dish, sinful but great. Wish they cooked the sitaw more though (am not even sure if it was cooked at all).

Service was great. Servers were very attentive and enthusiastic. The dishes were out of the kitchen in record speed. We were all surprised that we got everything quickly.

They also have a separate area for buffet customers. For less than P700 per person you can taste a number of their dishes. If you're not on a diet or if you're a heavy eater, then i suggest you take this route! Sulit for sure.

That's it for now! Take care everyone!

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars
4

There are so many existing Filipino restaurants but I only know a few with stories that show how to truly #LoveLocal. And one of those is Salu. You will see in their menu and on their walls that they do not exist just for the business but also to support local products and the local farmers and fishermen.

On a holiday Wednesday, we visited for lunch and we ordered the following:

🔹 Crispy Crablets. We loved this. Really crispy and tasted really delicious. Now I wonder how I liked the other crispy crablets I've had before this.

🔹 KBL (Kadios, Baboy, Langka). I have never actually been a fan of this dish. It was okay but the langka was a little tough because it was too unripe.

🔹 Binagoongang Lechon Kare-Kare. One of the best-sellers. It was good but we still needed to request for additional bagoong. Meat was a little tough.

🔹 Pancit Lucban. Thin noodles with vegetables and pork. This was good.

🔹 Canonigo. This was good but wasn't too fluffy.

🔹 Kakanin platter. You can choose 4 from the kakanin choices they offer and have 2 little slices/pieces of each. We had Barako Kutsinta, Palitaw, Turon, and Sapin-sapin. They were all good but the Barako Kutsinta was the most interesting for me.

Service was good. The server was very enthusiastic and knowledgeable of the dishes they offer. And even better, one of the owners, actor Romnick Sarmenta, was there to chat with us and ask for feedback. He was so cool and appreciative of our honest comments. Everything I said here about the food, he already heard firsthand.

Can't wait to go back and try their other dishes.

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