Pipino Restaurant

A few days ago, PIPINO was featured in the Philippine Star! As most of you know, PIPINO is Alessa’s baby and I’m one proud “Tita”. She just recently wrote about her triumph with PIPINO in her blog, a simple story about making your dreams come true. πŸ™‚ I love steaks, I love juicy burgers, I love baby back ribs, I love grilled prawns, I love MEAT!!!!!! Vegetables..hmmm..I’m not exactly one who would shout HOORAY for GULAY! I eat vegetables because I know it’s good for me, but not because I genuinely love it. It’s usually on the side, playing a supporting role..but never the actual Main Act in my plate. Hehehehe. But PIPINO is THE ONLY vegetarian/vegan restaurant I actually enjoy dining in! All their dishes are plant based and surprisingly delicious and filling even for carnivores like moi πŸ™‚ Pipino threw me a birthday party a year ago, and here are some photos from that celebration.
Pipino continues to add more dishes into their menu, so it’s always introducing new and exciting meals to its customers! My personal favorites are the Lemon Grass Skewers, Garlic Pasta, Vegetable Curry with Couscous, Mushroom Salpicao, Vegetable Tempura, and the list goes on!!!! But my ULTIMATE FAVORITE: Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies!!! Ka-gu-lo in your mouth. I could finish a whole pack in one sitting! So trek to 39 Malingap St, Teacher’s Village, QC and visit Pipino πŸ™‚
Photos by Catilo Photography.

3 Responses to Pipino Restaurant

  1. I loove their Creamy Pesto and the onion rings were AMAZINGLY YUMMY and to think, I hate seeing onions in my food!! Sobrang kulang yung onion rings! As in! I wanna order a whole plate!

    The tofu lemongrass skewers taste delish too!!! πŸ™‚ Boyf and I ordered it because it’s your fave (we’re both your big fans, well nauna ako, nung naging kami na, siya nrin! HAHAHA!) and to our surprise, super delish talaga! Creates fireworks in your mouth! πŸ™‚

  2. Hmm, maybe a Pipino cookbook for folks not in the Philippines? Please? Someday! Go Alessa!

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