UNO RESTAU­RANT

FILIPINO

Eats - - QUEZON CITY -

Uno Restau­rant is one of the din­ing stal­warts in the To­mas Mo­rato area, hav­ing held !rm for al­most 15 years de­spite other restos pop­ping up left and right. Dot­ted with wooden ta­bles and chairs, Uno is de!nitely a per­fect han­gout place. Be­cause of its large win­dows, the in­sides are bathed in light dur­ing the day. All of th­ese el­e­ments con­trib­ute to a homey and cozy at­mos­phere. One will !nd them­selves lin­ger­ing and rel­ish­ing ev­ery moment of their meal, so it’s not a sur­prise if they would dis­cover that they’ve ex­tended their meal time to two hours or more. Owner and chef Jose Mari Relu­cio, one of the renowned culi­nary !gures in the metro, has main­tained the in­ti­mate na­ture of Uno Restau­rant. As an added ap­peal, their menu is known to be well-balanced. Chef Mari ex­per­i­ments with a smooth mix of Asian and West­ern pieces. Fre­quent din­ers tend to have their fa­vorite go-to items on the menu. Since their menu varies ev­ery few months, there may be times when their fa­vorites are not in­cluded. An in­ter­est­ing tid­bit is that if they get to re­quest for this dish, the kitchen staff would be able to pre­pare it for them when­ever all in­gre­di­ents are avail­able. Uno’s din­ers can buy some of their heav­enly cakes and breads to bring home as pasalubong.

AD­DRESS

195-C To­mas Mo­rato cor. Scout Fuente­bella St., Que­zon City

TELE­PHONE NUM­BER

374 0774

OP­ER­AT­ING HOURS

Mon to Sun: 11am to 9:30pm

PRICE RANGE

P500/per­son

PAY­MENT MODE

Cash

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