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Limbaga 77 brings Filipino food to a new level. Complete with its homey vibe and vintage set-up, this restaurant should be on your list if you’re craving for good Filipino food, then this is the best spot. It’s like having all that familiar dishes on a Sunday with the whole family.
This place was converted from a 50 year old house into a cozy and homey restaurant. Once you come in, friendly staff will accommodate you and will give a huge smile. They really are attentive to your needs, too.
They also have al fresco and where the bar is located.
Food food, here’s what we had:
Green Mango Pomelo Salad (Php377) – Green Mango was sourly refreshing yet the bitter-sweet Pomelo added that citrus-y flavor. The grilled shrimp was tasty and cooked well, too.
Limbaga 77 Stuffed Laing (Php377) – I so love this version of Laing. It has ground pork and shrimp wrapped in Gabi leaves. Its creamy sauce made it so memorable. This is their best seller and I could tell why. One of the best Laing I’ve had.
Stuffed Bulaklak ng Kalabasa (Php 227) – This has some ground pork, cheddar cheese and local white cheese. I am so addicted to appetizer. Imagine all that flavor stuffed in squash blossom dipped in a batter and fried to perfection. Yum!
Pochero (Php577): The thick tomato sauce with tender beef slow cooked to perfection. This is by far one of their strongest dishes, in my opinion. There’s Saba Banana, Cabbage, Baguio beans, potato, carrots and Chorizo for additional flavors.
Sinigang na Baka sa Pakwan (Php477) –
Limbaga 77’s Seafood Paella (Php1,277) – make sure to call them to cook this in advanced as it takes 30 – 40 minutes to cook. This has mussels, clams, chicken, chorizo, shrimp, squid and eggs. I love that all the ingredients was not just as toppings. Generously added on the rice, too.
Crispy Bagnet (Php477) – Crispy pork in bed of Alugbati leaves, cherry tomatoes and onions. I didn’t know that Bagoong could be dipped in Bagoong Isda. It was surprisingly so good. I love this dish as the flavors were bursting.
Bistek Tagalog (Php477) – The tender thin cut beef marinated in soy-sauce and calamansi. This is definitely one of my favorite childhood dishes.
They recently added something on the menu for kids and kids at heart.
Buffalo Wings (Php277)
Danggit Rice (Php77) – I love Danggit so I’m going to be bias when I say THIS IS THE BEST!
Now for the dessert, we tried Bikoron (Php ) Biko and Turon in one. The sticky rice was wrapped in lumpia wrapper then fried until golden brown.
I love Perlas ng Mangga so much. The cream and small sago with fresh mango and cherry on top is totally addicting.
Also, there’s some cakes for desserts as well. Though I would say that this needs an improvement as it was not as moist as it should be.
Barako Brownie Mousse
Queso De Bola Cheesecake
for healthy drinks, try their Mabuhay Smoothie, Minty Mango Watermelon, and Lychee Grapes (Php177) each one is refreshing but for me, I love the Mabuhay Smoothie because it has coconut milk and pineapple juice.
Overall, Limbaga 77’s tagline ‘come home to good Filipino food’ surely what makes them memorable. It pretty sums up everything they offer. is the place you can recommend to you foreigner friends who wanted to have a taste of Filipino food or friends from abroad because this will surely remind them of home.
Flatlay by: EJ Bunag
Address: 77 Scout Limbaga Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City