It's easy to get lost in Tomas Morato's sea of food joints and what-nots. For food enthusiasts (like me), it's also easy to spot a "good" restaurant when you see one.
If you're always on the lookout for something new, I know just the place for you to try the next time you're at the area.
Located at 85 Scout Fuentebella (about a block away from Tomas Morato) is Tiago.
|Electric fan —tatak standard, tibay standard.|
The twist is in the preparation.
The dishes are all concocted using progressive cooking techniques (hence, Tiago Progressive Filipino Cuisine), and sauces and side dishes or salads always accompany the main fare.
What we had when my friends and I dined there one night:
|Inihaw na Tilapia with Burong Hipon wrapped in Mustasa Leaves | Tokwa's Baboy (breaded tofu and pig's ears)|
Bistek Pancit | Pinausukang Chicken and Pork Adobo
|Stuffed Pechay | Sweet Corn Shake|
Leche Flan | Breaded Suman with Tablea Chocolate and Mango Slices
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Now back to Tiago.
Owned by David John Buendia, Sigrid Aragona-Buendia, and multi-awarded chef, Kenneth Villaluz, Tiago was named after the Buendia's firstborn son, Santiago.
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