October 05, 2017

Seven Hotel Cafés in Quezon City to Try on Your Next Staycation

Make your staycation flavorful and delicious in these cafés.
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Staycations are growing in popularity, and Quezon City is witnessing chic and fancy hotels opening left and right. From the interior design to the facilities, every hotel is upping its game in a bid to be the best in the Metro. This extends to each establishment’s in-house café, too. Aside from giving a good night’s sleep and a restful stay, hotels now offer in their cafés something more beyond the much-awaited breakfast buffet. So get to know the café of your hotel and who knows, you might discover a new favorite hangout. This list of some of the best hotel restaurants and cafés in Quezon City will help you find your next destination.


LOBBY CAFÉ

B Hotel, 14 Scout Rallos, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Adore B Hotel’s interiors and marvel at the King Grilled Prawns when you dine at Lobby Café. (Images: B Hotel QC’s Facebook Page)


If you’re a fan of food and architecture, you’ll fall in love with Lobby Café , which is located inside B Hotel. B Hotel is known for its industrial interiors, but Lobby Café will make your jaw drop with its high ceiling and classy pendant lights that illuminate the lobby. Aside from its instagrammable interior design, the café also boasts of a menu comprised of international and local cuisines.

Some of the dishes to try include the U.S. Angus Rib Eye**(PhP1,056.61), **Pampano with Tausi Sauce (PhP653), and The King Grilled Prawns (PhP665).


ABUELA’S COFFEE SHOP

Cocoon Boutique Hotel, Scout Tobias Street, corner Scout Rallos Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go green with Abuela’s Coffee Shop and taste their Pork Binagoongan. (Images: Cocoon Boutique Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Cocoon Boutique Hotel opened its doors in 2011 as the first green hotel in the country. From the lobby, to the rooms, and even to the toiletries, Cocoon makes sure that everything is eco-friendly. Aside from the materials used, the food at Abuela’s Coffee Shop is organic, too! Abuela’s Coffee Shop serves local and international dishes using heirloom recipes and organic ingredients straight from the hotel’s garden.

Enjoy an al fresco dinner at Abuela’s with offerings like the Salt and Pepper Spareribs (PhP280.00), Chicken Curry (PhP280.00), or Thai Beef Strips (PhP300.00).




CAFÉ ELEMENTS

Brentwood Suites Hotel, 6 Dr. Garcia Sr., Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Enjoy Brentwood Suite’s taste of luxury and try the Bulalo a la Pobre at Café Elements. (Images: Brentwood Suites’ Facebook Page)


Brentwood Suites may seem intimidating with its dark-hued façade, but don’t let that fool you—walk in and go straight to Café Elements for a hearty meal. Brentwood Suites prides itself in offering a luxurious yet practical experience, so you’ll enjoy a sophisticated dining area with reasonably-priced food at its café.

Café Elements serves Western, Asian, and Filipino cuisine so you’ll surely find something that you’ll enjoy. Some of their staple dishes include Bulalo (beef shanks) Steak Ala Pobre (PhP695.00), Southern Fried Chicken (PhP295.00), and Baked Salmon (PhP795.00).


THE LOUNGE

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, 17 Orchard Road, Eastwood City, Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Spend a chill afternoon coffee break at The Lounge with its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake. (Images: Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Eastwood City is another bustling hub for foodies, and inside it is a hidden gem located in Eastwood Richmonde Hotel. The hotel has the usual high-ceilinged, brightly-lit lobby that gives it a lovely vibe, but the addition of The Lounge takes the cake. This café is perfect for a quick afternoon coffee with your friends or a meeting with your business partners.

The Lounge serves sandwiches and pastas, but the real stars are its desserts, such as its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake (PhP110.00) and Chocolate Campfire (PhP120.00).


GARDEN CAFÉ

Luxent Hotel, 51 Timog Ave. South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go gaga over Garden Café’s buffet and their lechon de leche. (Images: Luxent Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Luxent Hotel in Timog Avenue has become a favorite staycation destination in the city due to its charming rooms and aquarium-type pool (just imagine all the awesome photos you’ll be taking!). But aside from the amenities, the hotel’s very own Garden Café has also made a name for itself with its sumptuous buffet created by its in-house chefs.

Garden Café’s buffet consists of international sections including Japanese, Mongolian, and Filipino food. Some of their most talked-about dishes include their lechon de leche and roast beef. The breakfast buffet is available every day at PhP699, while the lunch buffet is at PhP899 from Monday to Saturday and PhP999 on Sundays. The dinner buffet is at PhP999 from Monday to Thursday, PhP1,299 on Fridays and Saturdays, and not offered on Sundays.


THE FOOD EXCHANGE MANILA

Novotel Manila, General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Treat yourself once in a while and dine at The Food Exchange Manila. (Images: Novotel Manila’s Facebook Page)


Itching for another buffet meal? Forget the usual crowded ones in malls and dine at The Food Exchange Manila in Novotel Manila . The buffet dining option of Novotel Manila is a top foodie destination in the Metro with its wide array of international cuisines.

For PhP1,588, you will get to taste cuisines from all over the world, including Filipino, Japanese, and even Indian fares to name a few. You’ll also find unique buffet options like various kinds of cheeses, salts (yes, salts!), and cold cuts—making sure you’ll get the most out of your money.


Also check out our list of buffet restaurants in Metro Manila for more dining options.


MILLIE’S ALL DAY DINING

Microtel U.P Ayala Land Technohub, Commonwealth Ave, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Millie’s All Day Dining will transport you to Italy with their Buratta Caprese.. (Images: L, Microtel UP Technohub’s Official Website; R, Millie’s All Day Dining Facebook Page)


Named after the mother of the owner of Microtel Inns and Suites in the Philippines, Millie’s All Day Dining is the in-house restaurant of Microtel. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the travels of its namesake, and it serves local and international fares.

Some of the dishes you can try at Millie’s include Gnocchi in Gorgonzola and Pistachios (PhP300.00), Chicken Parmigiana (PhP450.00), and Hainanese Chicken (PhP385.00). A pro tip: dine at their al fresco area to enjoy a nice view of the hotel!


Check out our list of hotels in Quezon City for your next staycation or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


There’s more to these hotels than fluffy pillows and stunning views. Tell us on the comments section which of these hotel restaurants and cafés you’ll be trying first!

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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October 05, 2017

Seven Hotel Cafés in Quezon City to Try on Your Next Staycation

Make your staycation flavorful and delicious in these cafés.


Staycations are growing in popularity, and Quezon City is witnessing chic and fancy hotels opening left and right. From the interior design to the facilities, every hotel is upping its game in a bid to be the best in the Metro. This extends to each establishment’s in-house café, too. Aside from giving a good night’s sleep and a restful stay, hotels now offer in their cafés something more beyond the much-awaited breakfast buffet. So get to know the café of your hotel and who knows, you might discover a new favorite hangout. This list of some of the best hotel restaurants and cafés in Quezon City will help you find your next destination.


LOBBY CAFÉ

B Hotel, 14 Scout Rallos, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Adore B Hotel’s interiors and marvel at the King Grilled Prawns when you dine at Lobby Café. (Images: B Hotel QC’s Facebook Page)


If you’re a fan of food and architecture, you’ll fall in love with Lobby Café , which is located inside B Hotel. B Hotel is known for its industrial interiors, but Lobby Café will make your jaw drop with its high ceiling and classy pendant lights that illuminate the lobby. Aside from its instagrammable interior design, the café also boasts of a menu comprised of international and local cuisines.

Some of the dishes to try include the U.S. Angus Rib Eye**(PhP1,056.61), **Pampano with Tausi Sauce (PhP653), and The King Grilled Prawns (PhP665).


ABUELA’S COFFEE SHOP

Cocoon Boutique Hotel, Scout Tobias Street, corner Scout Rallos Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go green with Abuela’s Coffee Shop and taste their Pork Binagoongan. (Images: Cocoon Boutique Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Cocoon Boutique Hotel opened its doors in 2011 as the first green hotel in the country. From the lobby, to the rooms, and even to the toiletries, Cocoon makes sure that everything is eco-friendly. Aside from the materials used, the food at Abuela’s Coffee Shop is organic, too! Abuela’s Coffee Shop serves local and international dishes using heirloom recipes and organic ingredients straight from the hotel’s garden.

Enjoy an al fresco dinner at Abuela’s with offerings like the Salt and Pepper Spareribs (PhP280.00), Chicken Curry (PhP280.00), or Thai Beef Strips (PhP300.00).




CAFÉ ELEMENTS

Brentwood Suites Hotel, 6 Dr. Garcia Sr., Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Enjoy Brentwood Suite’s taste of luxury and try the Bulalo a la Pobre at Café Elements. (Images: Brentwood Suites’ Facebook Page)


Brentwood Suites may seem intimidating with its dark-hued façade, but don’t let that fool you—walk in and go straight to Café Elements for a hearty meal. Brentwood Suites prides itself in offering a luxurious yet practical experience, so you’ll enjoy a sophisticated dining area with reasonably-priced food at its café.

Café Elements serves Western, Asian, and Filipino cuisine so you’ll surely find something that you’ll enjoy. Some of their staple dishes include Bulalo (beef shanks) Steak Ala Pobre (PhP695.00), Southern Fried Chicken (PhP295.00), and Baked Salmon (PhP795.00).


THE LOUNGE

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, 17 Orchard Road, Eastwood City, Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Spend a chill afternoon coffee break at The Lounge with its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake. (Images: Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Eastwood City is another bustling hub for foodies, and inside it is a hidden gem located in Eastwood Richmonde Hotel. The hotel has the usual high-ceilinged, brightly-lit lobby that gives it a lovely vibe, but the addition of The Lounge takes the cake. This café is perfect for a quick afternoon coffee with your friends or a meeting with your business partners.

The Lounge serves sandwiches and pastas, but the real stars are its desserts, such as its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake (PhP110.00) and Chocolate Campfire (PhP120.00).


GARDEN CAFÉ

Luxent Hotel, 51 Timog Ave. South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go gaga over Garden Café’s buffet and their lechon de leche. (Images: Luxent Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Luxent Hotel in Timog Avenue has become a favorite staycation destination in the city due to its charming rooms and aquarium-type pool (just imagine all the awesome photos you’ll be taking!). But aside from the amenities, the hotel’s very own Garden Café has also made a name for itself with its sumptuous buffet created by its in-house chefs.

Garden Café’s buffet consists of international sections including Japanese, Mongolian, and Filipino food. Some of their most talked-about dishes include their lechon de leche and roast beef. The breakfast buffet is available every day at PhP699, while the lunch buffet is at PhP899 from Monday to Saturday and PhP999 on Sundays. The dinner buffet is at PhP999 from Monday to Thursday, PhP1,299 on Fridays and Saturdays, and not offered on Sundays.


THE FOOD EXCHANGE MANILA

Novotel Manila, General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Treat yourself once in a while and dine at The Food Exchange Manila. (Images: Novotel Manila’s Facebook Page)


Itching for another buffet meal? Forget the usual crowded ones in malls and dine at The Food Exchange Manila in Novotel Manila . The buffet dining option of Novotel Manila is a top foodie destination in the Metro with its wide array of international cuisines.

For PhP1,588, you will get to taste cuisines from all over the world, including Filipino, Japanese, and even Indian fares to name a few. You’ll also find unique buffet options like various kinds of cheeses, salts (yes, salts!), and cold cuts—making sure you’ll get the most out of your money.


Also check out our list of buffet restaurants in Metro Manila for more dining options.


MILLIE’S ALL DAY DINING

Microtel U.P Ayala Land Technohub, Commonwealth Ave, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Millie’s All Day Dining will transport you to Italy with their Buratta Caprese.. (Images: L, Microtel UP Technohub’s Official Website; R, Millie’s All Day Dining Facebook Page)


Named after the mother of the owner of Microtel Inns and Suites in the Philippines, Millie’s All Day Dining is the in-house restaurant of Microtel. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the travels of its namesake, and it serves local and international fares.

Some of the dishes you can try at Millie’s include Gnocchi in Gorgonzola and Pistachios (PhP300.00), Chicken Parmigiana (PhP450.00), and Hainanese Chicken (PhP385.00). A pro tip: dine at their al fresco area to enjoy a nice view of the hotel!


Check out our list of hotels in Quezon City for your next staycation or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


There’s more to these hotels than fluffy pillows and stunning views. Tell us on the comments section which of these hotel restaurants and cafés you’ll be trying first!

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Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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October 05, 2017

Seven Hotel Cafés in Quezon City to Try on Your Next Staycation

Make your staycation flavorful and delicious in these cafés.
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Staycations are growing in popularity, and Quezon City is witnessing chic and fancy hotels opening left and right. From the interior design to the facilities, every hotel is upping its game in a bid to be the best in the Metro. This extends to each establishment’s in-house café, too. Aside from giving a good night’s sleep and a restful stay, hotels now offer in their cafés something more beyond the much-awaited breakfast buffet. So get to know the café of your hotel and who knows, you might discover a new favorite hangout. This list of some of the best hotel restaurants and cafés in Quezon City will help you find your next destination.


LOBBY CAFÉ

B Hotel, 14 Scout Rallos, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Adore B Hotel’s interiors and marvel at the King Grilled Prawns when you dine at Lobby Café. (Images: B Hotel QC’s Facebook Page)


If you’re a fan of food and architecture, you’ll fall in love with Lobby Café , which is located inside B Hotel. B Hotel is known for its industrial interiors, but Lobby Café will make your jaw drop with its high ceiling and classy pendant lights that illuminate the lobby. Aside from its instagrammable interior design, the café also boasts of a menu comprised of international and local cuisines.

Some of the dishes to try include the U.S. Angus Rib Eye**(PhP1,056.61), **Pampano with Tausi Sauce (PhP653), and The King Grilled Prawns (PhP665).


ABUELA’S COFFEE SHOP

Cocoon Boutique Hotel, Scout Tobias Street, corner Scout Rallos Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go green with Abuela’s Coffee Shop and taste their Pork Binagoongan. (Images: Cocoon Boutique Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Cocoon Boutique Hotel opened its doors in 2011 as the first green hotel in the country. From the lobby, to the rooms, and even to the toiletries, Cocoon makes sure that everything is eco-friendly. Aside from the materials used, the food at Abuela’s Coffee Shop is organic, too! Abuela’s Coffee Shop serves local and international dishes using heirloom recipes and organic ingredients straight from the hotel’s garden.

Enjoy an al fresco dinner at Abuela’s with offerings like the Salt and Pepper Spareribs (PhP280.00), Chicken Curry (PhP280.00), or Thai Beef Strips (PhP300.00).




CAFÉ ELEMENTS

Brentwood Suites Hotel, 6 Dr. Garcia Sr., Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Enjoy Brentwood Suite’s taste of luxury and try the Bulalo a la Pobre at Café Elements. (Images: Brentwood Suites’ Facebook Page)


Brentwood Suites may seem intimidating with its dark-hued façade, but don’t let that fool you—walk in and go straight to Café Elements for a hearty meal. Brentwood Suites prides itself in offering a luxurious yet practical experience, so you’ll enjoy a sophisticated dining area with reasonably-priced food at its café.

Café Elements serves Western, Asian, and Filipino cuisine so you’ll surely find something that you’ll enjoy. Some of their staple dishes include Bulalo (beef shanks) Steak Ala Pobre (PhP695.00), Southern Fried Chicken (PhP295.00), and Baked Salmon (PhP795.00).


THE LOUNGE

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, 17 Orchard Road, Eastwood City, Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Spend a chill afternoon coffee break at The Lounge with its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake. (Images: Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Eastwood City is another bustling hub for foodies, and inside it is a hidden gem located in Eastwood Richmonde Hotel. The hotel has the usual high-ceilinged, brightly-lit lobby that gives it a lovely vibe, but the addition of The Lounge takes the cake. This café is perfect for a quick afternoon coffee with your friends or a meeting with your business partners.

The Lounge serves sandwiches and pastas, but the real stars are its desserts, such as its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake (PhP110.00) and Chocolate Campfire (PhP120.00).


GARDEN CAFÉ

Luxent Hotel, 51 Timog Ave. South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go gaga over Garden Café’s buffet and their lechon de leche. (Images: Luxent Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Luxent Hotel in Timog Avenue has become a favorite staycation destination in the city due to its charming rooms and aquarium-type pool (just imagine all the awesome photos you’ll be taking!). But aside from the amenities, the hotel’s very own Garden Café has also made a name for itself with its sumptuous buffet created by its in-house chefs.

Garden Café’s buffet consists of international sections including Japanese, Mongolian, and Filipino food. Some of their most talked-about dishes include their lechon de leche and roast beef. The breakfast buffet is available every day at PhP699, while the lunch buffet is at PhP899 from Monday to Saturday and PhP999 on Sundays. The dinner buffet is at PhP999 from Monday to Thursday, PhP1,299 on Fridays and Saturdays, and not offered on Sundays.


THE FOOD EXCHANGE MANILA

Novotel Manila, General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Treat yourself once in a while and dine at The Food Exchange Manila. (Images: Novotel Manila’s Facebook Page)


Itching for another buffet meal? Forget the usual crowded ones in malls and dine at The Food Exchange Manila in Novotel Manila . The buffet dining option of Novotel Manila is a top foodie destination in the Metro with its wide array of international cuisines.

For PhP1,588, you will get to taste cuisines from all over the world, including Filipino, Japanese, and even Indian fares to name a few. You’ll also find unique buffet options like various kinds of cheeses, salts (yes, salts!), and cold cuts—making sure you’ll get the most out of your money.


Also check out our list of buffet restaurants in Metro Manila for more dining options.


MILLIE’S ALL DAY DINING

Microtel U.P Ayala Land Technohub, Commonwealth Ave, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Millie’s All Day Dining will transport you to Italy with their Buratta Caprese.. (Images: L, Microtel UP Technohub’s Official Website; R, Millie’s All Day Dining Facebook Page)


Named after the mother of the owner of Microtel Inns and Suites in the Philippines, Millie’s All Day Dining is the in-house restaurant of Microtel. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the travels of its namesake, and it serves local and international fares.

Some of the dishes you can try at Millie’s include Gnocchi in Gorgonzola and Pistachios (PhP300.00), Chicken Parmigiana (PhP450.00), and Hainanese Chicken (PhP385.00). A pro tip: dine at their al fresco area to enjoy a nice view of the hotel!


Check out our list of hotels in Quezon City for your next staycation or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


There’s more to these hotels than fluffy pillows and stunning views. Tell us on the comments section which of these hotel restaurants and cafés you’ll be trying first!

Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

Disclaimer: All articles in the Consumers Magazine of ShoppersGuide.com.ph (SG) are for general information and entertainment purposes only. Although careful research has been made in writing them, SG does not make any warranty about the completeness and accuracy of all information presented in our articles. Our content is not intended to be used in place of legal, medical, or any professional advice.

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October 05, 2017

Seven Hotel Cafés in Quezon City to Try on Your Next Staycation

Make your staycation flavorful and delicious in these cafés.


Staycations are growing in popularity, and Quezon City is witnessing chic and fancy hotels opening left and right. From the interior design to the facilities, every hotel is upping its game in a bid to be the best in the Metro. This extends to each establishment’s in-house café, too. Aside from giving a good night’s sleep and a restful stay, hotels now offer in their cafés something more beyond the much-awaited breakfast buffet. So get to know the café of your hotel and who knows, you might discover a new favorite hangout. This list of some of the best hotel restaurants and cafés in Quezon City will help you find your next destination.


LOBBY CAFÉ

B Hotel, 14 Scout Rallos, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Adore B Hotel’s interiors and marvel at the King Grilled Prawns when you dine at Lobby Café. (Images: B Hotel QC’s Facebook Page)


If you’re a fan of food and architecture, you’ll fall in love with Lobby Café , which is located inside B Hotel. B Hotel is known for its industrial interiors, but Lobby Café will make your jaw drop with its high ceiling and classy pendant lights that illuminate the lobby. Aside from its instagrammable interior design, the café also boasts of a menu comprised of international and local cuisines.

Some of the dishes to try include the U.S. Angus Rib Eye**(PhP1,056.61), **Pampano with Tausi Sauce (PhP653), and The King Grilled Prawns (PhP665).


ABUELA’S COFFEE SHOP

Cocoon Boutique Hotel, Scout Tobias Street, corner Scout Rallos Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go green with Abuela’s Coffee Shop and taste their Pork Binagoongan. (Images: Cocoon Boutique Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Cocoon Boutique Hotel opened its doors in 2011 as the first green hotel in the country. From the lobby, to the rooms, and even to the toiletries, Cocoon makes sure that everything is eco-friendly. Aside from the materials used, the food at Abuela’s Coffee Shop is organic, too! Abuela’s Coffee Shop serves local and international dishes using heirloom recipes and organic ingredients straight from the hotel’s garden.

Enjoy an al fresco dinner at Abuela’s with offerings like the Salt and Pepper Spareribs (PhP280.00), Chicken Curry (PhP280.00), or Thai Beef Strips (PhP300.00).




CAFÉ ELEMENTS

Brentwood Suites Hotel, 6 Dr. Garcia Sr., Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Enjoy Brentwood Suite’s taste of luxury and try the Bulalo a la Pobre at Café Elements. (Images: Brentwood Suites’ Facebook Page)


Brentwood Suites may seem intimidating with its dark-hued façade, but don’t let that fool you—walk in and go straight to Café Elements for a hearty meal. Brentwood Suites prides itself in offering a luxurious yet practical experience, so you’ll enjoy a sophisticated dining area with reasonably-priced food at its café.

Café Elements serves Western, Asian, and Filipino cuisine so you’ll surely find something that you’ll enjoy. Some of their staple dishes include Bulalo (beef shanks) Steak Ala Pobre (PhP695.00), Southern Fried Chicken (PhP295.00), and Baked Salmon (PhP795.00).


THE LOUNGE

Eastwood Richmonde Hotel, 17 Orchard Road, Eastwood City, Bagumbayan, Libis, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Spend a chill afternoon coffee break at The Lounge with its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake. (Images: Eastwood Richmonde Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Eastwood City is another bustling hub for foodies, and inside it is a hidden gem located in Eastwood Richmonde Hotel. The hotel has the usual high-ceilinged, brightly-lit lobby that gives it a lovely vibe, but the addition of The Lounge takes the cake. This café is perfect for a quick afternoon coffee with your friends or a meeting with your business partners.

The Lounge serves sandwiches and pastas, but the real stars are its desserts, such as its Mango Jelly Mousse Cake (PhP110.00) and Chocolate Campfire (PhP120.00).


GARDEN CAFÉ

Luxent Hotel, 51 Timog Ave. South Triangle, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Go gaga over Garden Café’s buffet and their lechon de leche. (Images: Luxent Hotel’s Facebook Page)


Luxent Hotel in Timog Avenue has become a favorite staycation destination in the city due to its charming rooms and aquarium-type pool (just imagine all the awesome photos you’ll be taking!). But aside from the amenities, the hotel’s very own Garden Café has also made a name for itself with its sumptuous buffet created by its in-house chefs.

Garden Café’s buffet consists of international sections including Japanese, Mongolian, and Filipino food. Some of their most talked-about dishes include their lechon de leche and roast beef. The breakfast buffet is available every day at PhP699, while the lunch buffet is at PhP899 from Monday to Saturday and PhP999 on Sundays. The dinner buffet is at PhP999 from Monday to Thursday, PhP1,299 on Fridays and Saturdays, and not offered on Sundays.


THE FOOD EXCHANGE MANILA

Novotel Manila, General Aguinaldo Avenue, Araneta Center, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Treat yourself once in a while and dine at The Food Exchange Manila. (Images: Novotel Manila’s Facebook Page)


Itching for another buffet meal? Forget the usual crowded ones in malls and dine at The Food Exchange Manila in Novotel Manila . The buffet dining option of Novotel Manila is a top foodie destination in the Metro with its wide array of international cuisines.

For PhP1,588, you will get to taste cuisines from all over the world, including Filipino, Japanese, and even Indian fares to name a few. You’ll also find unique buffet options like various kinds of cheeses, salts (yes, salts!), and cold cuts—making sure you’ll get the most out of your money.


Also check out our list of buffet restaurants in Metro Manila for more dining options.


MILLIE’S ALL DAY DINING

Microtel U.P Ayala Land Technohub, Commonwealth Ave, Diliman, Quezon City


hotels and cafes in Quezon City

Millie’s All Day Dining will transport you to Italy with their Buratta Caprese.. (Images: L, Microtel UP Technohub’s Official Website; R, Millie’s All Day Dining Facebook Page)


Named after the mother of the owner of Microtel Inns and Suites in the Philippines, Millie’s All Day Dining is the in-house restaurant of Microtel. The restaurant’s menu is inspired by the travels of its namesake, and it serves local and international fares.

Some of the dishes you can try at Millie’s include Gnocchi in Gorgonzola and Pistachios (PhP300.00), Chicken Parmigiana (PhP450.00), and Hainanese Chicken (PhP385.00). A pro tip: dine at their al fresco area to enjoy a nice view of the hotel!


Check out our list of hotels in Quezon City for your next staycation or browse the Dining & Leisure category of the ShoppersGuide Directory.


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Patricia Marie Prado

Patricia came from the field of business and accounting but is now pursuing her dreams of being a writer. She is a self-confessed introvert and is passionate about reading, travelling, writing, movies, coffee and God. When she's not writing, she loves discovering new coffee shops/cafe and doing TV-series marathons.

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