There is that distinct taste that you can right away associate with dishes from the Reyes family. This family introduced us to the distinct flavor of Aristocrat, Reyes Barbecue and Serye Cafe Filipino. In one of those relaxing evenings in Eastwood, we decided to revisit an old favorite of ours, Serye Cafe Filipino.

Serye Cafe Filipino

Serye Cafe Filipino

Serye Walls

Serye Counter

Serye Counter

 

 

The name Sérye is an anagram for Reyes. The food that they offer in Serye are basically Filipino well loved dishes that the Reyes family took and made certain adjustments to make it unique. The interiors of the place was made to be cozy for family gatherings. The waiters were courteous. We were sitting beside two foreigners and the waiter really took the time out to explain each Filipino dish that they wanted to know about.

Serye Buko Juice (Coconut juice)

Serye Buko Juice (Coconut juice)

For our drinks, we ordered buko juice. It was served in a coconut husk that was fresh. The coconut had a cut opening on top for those who want to scrape off the coconut meat.

Serye Boneless Chicken Barbecue (Php 220 - Regular)

Serye Boneless Chicken Barbecue (Php 220 - Regular)

My eternal favorite would be the Boneless Chicken Barbeque (Php 220 – Regular and Php 330 – Large). I just ordered the regular sized one. It comes with the special Reyes sauce, which gives that unique and sweet flavor.

Serye Pork Barbecue (Php 220)

Serye Pork Barbecue (Php 220)

EJ ordered the Pork Barbecue (Php 220). It was served with two sticks of pork barbecue which was grilled and served with the special sauce. In this restaurant, simple grilled food are made awesome with just the sauce. Their sauce makes all these dishes worth it!

Serye Gising - gising

Serye Gising - gising

We also ordered the Gising-gising. It was okay; it was cooked well, but I still like the gising-gising from Recipes.

 

If you’re craving for Filipino food or for grilled chicken or pork that has fantastic sauce, try the dishes from Serye. It’s home cooked Filipino dishes that you would crave for.

Contact Details:
Serye Cafe Filipino

Eastwood City Walk
Eastwood City Walk
E. Rodriguez Ave. (C-5), Bagumbayan, Libis
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone Number: (+632) 911-2334 / (+632) 911-5869

Kalayaan Ave.
Kalayaan Ave.
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone Number: (+632) 927-4669

Quezon City Circle
Quezon Memorial Circle
Elliptical Rd.
Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone Number: (+632) 924-3411 / (+632) 924-3394

Sucat
Santana Grove Unit
Dr. A Santos Ave. cor. Soreena St., Brgy. San Antonio, Sucat
Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines
Phone Number: (+632) 825-4691 / (+632) 826-9317

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Ginger is the General Manager of ManilaWorkshops.com. She is also the co-founder of a tech start-up company called Turn Up Trumps, Inc. She is a business coach and has her own program called Love the Leap. She has been a blogger since 2005, writing for MommyGinger.com, ManilaFitness.com and ManilaReviews.com. She graduated MA in Communications Major in Integrated Marketing Communications from the University of Asia and the Pacific. She worked as an account executive for a couple of ad agencies. She also managed a food franchise store. Her longest corporate stint was as a product manager for a known bank in the Philippines.

3 Responses

  1. mario lasquety

    Don’t order siphon coffee especially the “premium peaberry”. My friend said it looks pale while the waitress was pouring it into the cup. If you’re a coffee afficionado, go to a real coffee shop.

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  2. Mom-Friday

    I enjoy Serye's food too, you should try their boneless crispy pata and their Kare-Kare next time. I will share this with my friend who owns/runs the resto :)
    I like your new logo by the way ;)

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