Food Trip: Kiss the Cook Café

21 March 2010


Food Trip: Kiss the Cook Café


I was cruising along Maginhawa street with one of my frieds one early night when we chanced upon Kiss the Cook. Kiss the Cook Cafe is an upscale restaurant along Maginhawa street in Quezon City. The restaurant’s interior design was elegant with hard wood tables and comfortable stuffed couches. The restaurant offers a very cozy yet elegant ambiance.

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Despite the excellent interiors and elegant ambiance, please note that food prizes are still reasonable.


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Dining al fresco

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Note that a big chunk of their menu lists spicy food. Hence, for non-spicy-food-lovers like me, I would highly recommend that you tell the friendly waiter attending to your needs to inform the chef to make your dish less spicy.


My Five-Spice Spareribs – with cilantro-corn slaw and steamed rice

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Spaghetti Al Nero – Squid in its own ink, mango and basil chiffonade

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Pitcher of drinks to share

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Restaurant: Kiss the Cook Cafe

Address: 59 Maginhawa Street, UP Village Diliman Quezon City

Telephone Number: +632 434 3700


Budget: PHP 250 – 800 per person

Others: You either would have to park your car along the street or park in front of a nearby bank.

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