Twist Comfort Food + Difference: Fusion in the Right Direction.

 Their is a new place to visit for your food cravings, and it is just hidden at the 2/f of  Pos Building across Il Terrazo.

 Twist Comfort Food + Difference offers old time favorite dishes with a twist.

Good food, excellent service and friendly staff.

The interior reminded me of the Alice in Wonderland Tea party scene screaming  with lots of fun – Aged crooked wood, fancy chandeliers, Victorian chairs.

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 The price ranges from 200 pesos to 500 pesos for appetizers and main menu with some exceptions.

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They also offer wide variety of drinks and cocktails. I tried the Frozen Raspberry Ice tea, it was refreshing and not too sweet.

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We tried one of the best sellers,  Trio Adobo. It is a mix of chicken, pork and beef flakes with the adobo salsa. It was served with a cup of garlic brown rice.

The chicken and pork was juicy, tender and well-marinated contrasting with the crispy beef flakes which gives it the edge.  Every bite was delightful and perfect with the garlic brown rice.

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The receipt came in a cutlery box which I think is  a genius. It says ” A good day starts with good appetite. Our cutlery is essential for preparing all types of … YOU’LL SPOIL YOUR APPETITE 1905″

I will definitely be back to try some more dishes in their menu especially the 1000 Ways to All-Day Breakfast and the Famous Twist Cookie.

Location: 2/F Pos Building, Tomas Morato Avenue corner Scout Madriñan Street, Tomas Morato, Quezon City.

The Amazing Eat List

Just when you think that the Tomas Morato, Quezon City food scene has been saturated, up comes this new restaurant called Twist which brought eager diners a new feast for the eyes and mouth.

 ImageThe place looks cozy, the food tastes great, and the service is excellent. I’m sure this will be one of the new favorite hang-outs of couples and friends alike.

It’s hidden in the second floor of the building right beside Il Terrazzo. There’s several other restaurants there, too. We have yet to try the others, but we’ve already developed a soft spot for Twist.

ImageTheir trademark placemats has Paris written all over it.

When people ask about the food from Twist, I guess the best description would be fusion comfort food. There’s a mixture of Filipino, Italian, American, and French all over their menu.

ImageThey have the French Onion Soup

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La Vie Parisienne: Wine Galore, Quezon City

aJust this January, La Vie Parisienne open in Manila. It is pronounced as ​[la vi paʁizjɛn] and a French term literally means “Parisian life”. It offers variety of French Bread and Deserts such as Croissants, Macaroons, Eclairs and the like.


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Paris-Brest  is a French dessert, made of choux pastry with flavoured cream in between.


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They also offer variety of sandwiches with price ranging from 150 pesos to 200 pesos.

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We tried the Traditional Sandwich. The Parma ham or Rosette was tender and seasoned well but their version of the baguette was too firm for me.

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Some of their pastries.


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The store has a very chill  and cozy vibe. I can spend hours in this place with a cup of  black coffee and a Paris Brest to reading or spend the night with a glass of wine with a good chat with your friends .

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Location: G/F Hotel Rembrandt, Cr. Sct. Bayoran and Tomas Morato Ave., Tomas Morato, Quezon City, Metro Manila

Store Hours: 7:00 am to 2:00 am