December 15, 2016

Authentic Indo in Kapitolyo: Warung Kapitolyo

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  • Authentic Indonesian cuisine is something that’s hard to find every day of the week. Unless you know Indonesian cuisine by heart, you’ll usually find something that resembles Indonesian food. If you’re on the hunt for true Indonesian cuisine, look no further than Warung Kapitolyo.

    Warung Kapitolyo started out as one of the many food stalls in the Legaspi Sunday Market. Owned by sisters Louh and Tess who lived in Indonesia for 20 years, it’s one of the few restaurants in Metro Manila that serve true Indonesian food.

    SET MEALS. Not sure which Indonesian food you prefer? Try one of their set meals for only P199!

    They serve Indonesian classics like Martabak Telur, a crispy crepe-like omelet; Sate Ayam, chicken skewers bathed in peanut sauce; and Beef Rendang, a coconut-spiced beef dish. The place is also Instagram-worthy thanks to its main dining hall decked with Indonesian furniture and accent pieces.

    wk-main-diningINDONESIAN ACCENTS WITH A HOMEY ATMOSPHERE

    wk-outside-diningBEST PLACE TO EAT. By far.

    Warung Kapitolyo is great for baptism, parties, and receptions thanks to its three function rooms. To know more about Warung Kapitolyo, visit them at 83 East Capitol Dr., Brgy. Kapitolyo, Pasig City. For reservations, please call Louh at 0917-800-9158 or Tess at 0917-534-7089.

    Warung Kapitolyo is open from 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm from Tuesdays to Thursdays and 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm from Friday to Sunday.

    All photos courtesy of Warung Kapitolyo

                 
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