Northeners, here’s a mall where you can bring your sosyal Southern friends.
Housing A-Giant Screen, two cuisine towns – Japan Town and K-Town – and a ton more restaurants, the possibilities of where you should eat at Vertis North are seemingly endless. From East to West and even dessert cafes, whether you like to eat with chopsticks or with a spoon and fork, you’re sure to find a place to eat that’s right for you.
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However, given that’s it’s relatively new, finding the perfect restaurant to eat out at can be both challenging and time-consuming. Lucky for you, we’re here to help. Check out our list 13 of the most popular restaurants in Vertis North!
Wangfu Chinese Cafe – G/F
Flex your chopstick skills with noodles and dim sum at no other place than Wangfu Chinese Cafe, a Singaporean-Chinese restaurant that offers up familiar Chinese dishes that’ll surely fill you up.
Claim to fame: The fact that this restaurant is co-owned by actor/endorser Richard Yap.
Recommended dishes: Hakaw (₱188), Yang Chow Fried Rice (₱348), French Bean Stir Fry
Crisostomo – G/F
Want a different take on the FIlipino ulam you eat at home? Check out Crisostomo, a restaurant that took Filipino dishes and added different yet familiar twists to each one of them.
Claim to fame: The name of their dishes.
Recommended dishes: Halo-Halo ni Crisostomo (₱135), Paella Filipino (₱450), Kare-Kare ng Kura (₱550), De Los Santos (₱1,695), Pork Sinigang ni Eva (₱455)
La Creperie – G/F
If you’re thinking of heading on to Vertis North early in the morning when there aren’t a lot of people and craving for brunch, then you should head on to La Creperie. It’s a restaurant that serves up familiar crepe combinations, a make your own crepe option, and home-style French food for those who want a taste of France without having to go there.
Claim to fame: Coffee and Crepes
Notable dishes they offer: Churro Crepe (₱225), Crepe Brulee (₱275), Complete (₱355), and Quatre Fromages (₱405)
Ippudo – G/F
When you’re craving for some good soup and noodles, here’s a spot where you can head on to: Ippudo. It’s a popular ramen joint with over 9 branches in the metro that offers a wide selection of ramen and Japanese dishes.
Claim to fame: Their Hakata-style, tonkotsu-based ramen.
Recommended dishes: Karaka Ramen (₱400), Tantanmen (₱520), and Akamaru (₱495)
Need some TLC in the form of pasta and bread? Then you’ll love Mama Lou’s, an Italian restaurant serving up a variety of pizzas, pasta, and Italian classics.
Claim to fame: The reasonable prices and the interiors which can accommodate big groups comfortably.
Recommended dishes: Rollo Di Pollo (₱390), Marbled Rib Eye Steak (₱695), Truffle Mac & Cheese (₱325), Risotto Tartufo Funghi (₱350), The House Special Spaghetti Seafood Olio (₱350)
Barcino – G/F
Are you going out with your relatives or with your barkada? Check out Barcino, a casa that serves up traditional Spanish delicacies you can pair with their wide selection of wines and spirits.
Claim to fame: Their wine selections, their cheese platter, and their tapas.
Recommended dishes: Almejas a La Bilbaina (₱325), Torreznos (₱475), Paella A La Gallega (₱795), Paella Negra (₱600), Gambas Al Ajillo (₱790 for 350g), Chorizo and Cheese Platter (₱1,700)
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G/F Bldg. 1, Ayala Malls Vertis North, Mindanao Ave, Bagong Pag-Asa, Quezon City
+63 (2) 7943 19 45 | +63 (926) 641 04 57
Yabu – 2/F
Some people can handle hot broth on a hot day but if you’re not one of those people, Yabu may be the Japanese restaurant for you. A place that specializes in all things katsu, at Yabu, you can surely get your fix of golden deep-fried goodness whether that’s meat or seafood.
Claim to fame: Their katsu and their unlimited rice, cabbage salad, and fruits.
Recommended dishes: Rosu (₱405), Menchi Katsu (₱405), and Salmon Katsu Set (₱555)
Thai BBQ Original Restaurant is a franchise from L.A. that was meant to introduce to those from the West, flavors from the East. But now that they’re in the metro, Filipinos can now also have a taste of the tangy and fresh flavors in Thai dishes.
Claim to fame: Their BBQ spareribs, sate combination, and sweet desserts.
Recommended dishes: Sate Combination (₱640), Spring Rolls (₱280), Phad Thai (₱420)
Coco Ichibanya – 4/F
When you’re tired of thinking of what to eat and you just want some rice, keep calm and curry on at Coco Ichibanya. It’s a curry rice restaurant chain hailing from Japan that serves anything and everything paired with curry for those who love this flavorful sauce.
Claim to fame: The fact that you can customize their order and of course, their curry.
Recommended dishes: Scrambled Egg & Creamed Croquette Curry (₱320), Shrimp Cutlet Curry (₱340), Cheese Hamburg Steak Curry (₱340)
Japan Fudo Street – 4/F
Want more options other than ramen? Then Japanese Fudo Street may be right up your alley. Serving up Japanese dishes ranging from sashimi to sushi rolls, and even takoyaki, at Japanese Fudo Street you’re sure to satisfy your rice and noodles cravings.
Claim to fame: Their options.
Notable dishes the offer: Unagi & Sashimi Bento Box (₱380), Ebi Tempura (₱385 for 5 pcs.), Gyu Don (₱290)
Tendon Kohaku – 4/F
A popular restaurant chain originating from Japan, Tendon Kohaku offers up tempura rice bowls as well as classic Japanese dishes such as udon and sushi all made from quality ingredients sourced directly from Japan.
Claim to fame: Their tendon of course.
Notable dishes they offer: Shrimp Tendon (₱450), The Seasonal Natsumi Tendon (₱480), and Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese Roll (₱290)
Avocadoria – B1
If you’re an avocado lover then you probably know this dessert stall. If you’re not, then prepare to be introduced to Avocadoria, a dessert stall that offers everything and anything avocado from avocado ice cream to avocado shakes.
Recommended desserts: Avocado Shake with Guyabano (₱170 for 16oz.) and Avocado Lover (₱125 for 12oz.)
Paper Moon Cafe – 2/F
Paper Moon Cafe is a dessert place that’s most famous for offering a variety of mille crepe flavors. So, if you’re looking for a dessert that’s just the right amount of sweet and melts in your mouth, you should head on here.
Recommended dishes: Ultimate Ube Mille Crepe (₱225/slice) and Original Mille Crepe (₱2,000 for 10" whole)
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