From East To West: Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig

Kapitolyo Pasig has always been a restaurant foodie’s haven in Metro Manila. And one of the iconic restaurants in the area is Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig for being one of the oldest in the area having been established since 1941.

And last week, my wife and I had the opportunity to dine-in the Kapitolyo restaurant for the first time.

Three Sisters' Restaurant of Pasig
Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig Ancestral House
Three Sisters' Restaurant
Three Sisters’ Restaurant Al Fresco

It’s actually their new location, still in East Capitol, almost right beside the old one which has already been demolished. It’s also the owners ancestral house which they temporarily turned into Three Sister’s new place. Next month, they’ll be moving to 136 West Capitol.

Nonetheless, their current location is apt for the nostalgia that Three Sisters’ intend to bring, aside from great barbecue and Filipino food.

Three SIsters' Pork Barbecue
Three SIsters’ Famous Pork Barbecue

Dining at Three Sisters’

Now for the food. We were running late for lunch having come from Nobu Hotel City of Dreams at the south. It’s good that we were full from breakfast but still anticipating a sumptuous Filipino lunch.

Being our first time, we naturally tried their iconic Filipino foods such as pakbet, kare-kare, pansit, chicken barbecue, pork liempo, and the irressitable pork barbecue, among others.

Vegetable Kare-Kare
Vegetable Kare-Kare
Crispy Pata
Crispy Pata
Chicken Barbecue
Chicken Barbecue

As expected, we were not disappointed. Most of the dished were good, but we give two thumbs up to the Crispy Pata, Pork Liempo, and of course, to their famous and best-seller Pork Barbecue! It’s definitely one of the best we’ve had in the metro.

The dishes are at friendly prices from around P 100 for the vegetable based dishes (except for the veggie kare-kare) to more or less P 200 for the moremeat-based ones.

Three Sisters Restaurant of Pasig immediately fell in to our no-fuss “must-try Filipino restaurants” category.

Calamares
Calamares
Pork Liempo
Pork Liempo
Pinakbet
Pinakbet

Capping our lunch set are iconic FIlipino ‘panghimags‘ (desserts) leche flan,

Palabok
Leche Flan (left); Palabok (right)
Halo-Halo
Halo-Halo (Iced Dessert)
Buko Shake
Fresh Buko Juice for Him; Buko Shake for Her. 🙂

Three Sisters’ Promotion

Celebrating their upcoming move to their new location in 136 West Capitol, catch their upcoming promo wherein for the first time in history, they are offering their signature Pork Barbecue at 50% off from July 15 to July 22, 2015 to celebrate their good food in their new home.

You can also make reservations, go as walk-In, dine-in, take out, ask for delivery or catering with the following details.

Three Sisters' Restaurant West Capitol
Three Sisters’ Restaurant in West Capitol

Three Sisters’ Restaurant of Pasig
Old Address: 8 & 10 East Capitol Dr. Brgy. Kapitolyo, 1603 Pasig
New Address: 136 West Capitol Dr. Brgy. Kapitolyo, 1603 Pasig
Telephone: (02) 631-9247 (Kapitolyo, Pasig); (02) 510-7147 (Tiendesitas)
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Three-Sisters-Restaurant-of-Pasig/261587217233857
Email: threesisterspasig@gmail.com

They are also in Tiendesitas Food Village with the address Bldg. 3 Unit TB3-002 at Frontera Verde Ortigas Avenue corner C-5 in Pasig City. I think we’ll have to visit this next. 🙂

Three Sisters Pasig
Seats For Two @ Three Sisters’

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Jonel & Marjorie Uy
Mr. & Mrs. Jonel & Marjorie Uy are the blogger couple 'seated' behind SeatsForTwo.com, Know more about her at LivingMarjorney.com and him at JonelUy.com
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