Toyo Eatery

Karrivin Plaza, 2316 Chino Roces Ave. Ext., Chino Roces, Makati, Metro Manila

Toyo Eatery
5.0 Stars

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Business Hours
Open: 6:00p - 11:30p


  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • Closed
  • Tuesday
    • 6:00p - 11:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 6:00p - 11:30p
  • Thursday
    • 6:00p - 11:30p
  • Friday
    • 6:00p - 11:30p
  • Saturday
    • 6:00p - 11:30p

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Tantan B.
5.0 Stars

Toyo Eatery is a casual Filipino fine dining restaurant that opened about a year ago. The restaurant is located at The Alley at Karrivin, along Pasong Tamo. It's a very quaint place but the open kitchen itself amazingly lightens and opens up the ambience of the space. The tables and furnitures, which showcase Filipino Craftmanship, are well thought of as it compliments the theme of the restaurant.

While other restaurants serve fusion type of dishes, Toyo serves new flavors that open up the palate with the familiar taste of Filipino culture. Their produce are harvested from local farms around the Philippines. These homegrown flavors are celebrated on each food served on the table.

I would say, I haven't tasted something so authentic yet so familiar. From their ala carte menu, set menu to their tasting menu, you will surely taste the richness of Filipino flavors. They definitely serve Filipino cuisine at it's finest!

I usually order the set menu, which is like a 3 course meal. Mine consists of their Garden Salad, Bbq with Silog and the house special desserts. They do serve the set menu with a complementary appetizer, their famous tomato meringue, which similarly tastes like a melt in your mouth bicol express. Also, they serve complementary Tocino bread and sourdough bread made from black rice, i think? Let's go to their set menu. One of Chef Jordy's creations, which is wildly popular to everyone who regularly eats at the restaurant, is the Garden Vegetable Salad, or the Bahay Kubo. This is one of my favorites! This dish is composed of all the ingredients mentioned in the Bahay Kubo folk song. Brilliant, right! My other favorite dish is their Barbecue, tender and so full of flavors. Never have I tasted such good barbecue. No kidding! Then of course, what's the best way to eat it but with rice. The Barbecue is best served with their famous Silog, made from malagkit rice topped with that oozing egg yolk and chicharon bits. And then comes the dessert, "what everyone's been waiting for" part of the menu. They served 2 when I ordered: The cassava cake which is more like a fusion of puto and bibingka baked and torched to perfection; and the truffle chocolate with patis that taste like a salted caramel truffle chocolate which melts in your mouth upon eating.

This might be one of the best, if not the best, Filipino themed fine dining restaurants in the Metro. I would definitely keep visiting this place with my family and friends!


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Carroza T.
5.0 Stars

The place is beautiful and the food is delicious. We tried both menus and both were just fine. Cocktail #5 was our favorite.

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Julienne Y.
5.0 Stars

New Favorite Restaurant Alert!!! In the span of two days last week, I heard about Toyo Eatery 3 times from friends. Taking that as my sign to go, I made a reservation pronto. Boy I was not disappointed! Toyo is a step in the right direction for the Manila restaurant scene.

Hidden away in Karrivin Plaza, Toyo is the definition of cool. With its minimalist, concrete and wood design, it has an laid back inviting industrial vibe. You will be greeted warmly by one of their waitstaff when you arrive which is a preview of the attentiveness and friendliness they deliver.

The menu is structured into either a tasting menu or alacarte or both, if you so choose. There is a tasting menu for P2900 which will be their highlights or P1,000 for 3 courses. All courses can also be ala-carte. Keep in mind portion size is the same.

We ordered:
- Garden Vegetables - order this! All the bahay kubo vegetables in one salad!! Good for 1, don't share hehe.
- Oysters - just okay.
- Steak (the more expensive one) - worth it
- 2 set menus: (P1000) which included the
Starter: Uni and Squash soup - yum if you like uni, normal if you don't
Main: BBQ - this is a must!!! + Toyo Rice - rich and savory fried rice with chicharon. Perfect with the BbQ. Good on its own too.
Sweets - that casava cake is to die for. That chocolate truffle too, oh man.

Party of 3. Total bill came to P6,000. No alcohol. We were super full.

I love this place. After we left I made reservations again for a different night. That's how good it is. I can have their food again and again. I understand that some may dine once and wait for the menu to change. That's alright too. But i think we can all expect that whatever Toyo puts out will only get better and better.

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