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OpenRice PH Series: Ka Tunying’s Cafe

Fiesta Gulaman, Dalandan Ginger Iced Tea, Tunying’s Blend -Barako


Ka Tunying’s Cafe, owned by Anthony Taberna – a Filipino broadcast journalist and radio commentator, showcases Pinoy food with a twist that every Filipino will surely enjoy! They started as a bakery 10 years ago in San Antonio, Nueva Ecija and was known for their famous “Tunying’s bread”. Anthony and his wife decided to market their pastries in the metro with their all-day breakfast menu and from there, Ka Tunying’s Cafe was established and opened last August 21, 2015. 


Adorned with Pinoy-style paintings and wooden tables and chairs, the Pinoy vibe is all over the place. 

 

 


They also have tables at the veranda where you can get some fresh air.

And now for the most exciting part, sharing their all-day breakfast menu!
Upper: Daingsilog 195php / Baked Bangus Belly 245php LOWER: Pandesal Platter 195php / Tinapa-silog 195php
Upper: Pork Lechon Belly 295php / Relyenong Bangus 195php LOWER: Chicken Pork Adobo 195php / Longsilog 195php

Their “Silog” variety comes with Adobo rice and different side dishes (atchara or salted egg) which makes them different from other Pinoy-style restaurants. And I personally love Adobo rice!

Chicken Arrozcaldo with Garlic Bread 150php

 

Champorado with Tuyo 150php

They also serve Pinoy meryenda meals like Chicken Arrozcaldo and Champorado. I love Champorado as it has the right amount of sweetness that goes along with the saltiness of tuyo (dried fish).

 

Naimas Smoothie 115php / Spiced Cocochino 135php

Another favorite is the Naimas Smoothie which is an Ilocandia inspired smoothie with a mix of balakucha, panucha and mascuvado with cheese and milk. Spiced cocochino, on the other hand, is a blended arabica espresso with labuyo.

If you are into spicy foods and loves to try something new, you better try this. 


To sum it up, I love the wide variety of their all-day breakfast menu. Apart from that, they also serve meryenda or you can go downstairs to their bakery to pick some of their freshly-baked pastries. I also love their unique selection of drinks that are also Pinoy-inspired. I was lucky to taste most of them and I must say that all tastes good to me. Moreover, prices are okay as each serving are big enough to share with your friends and loved ones.

 

Ka Tunying’s Cafe is located at 88 Visayas Avenue, Project 6, Quezon City. Opens Monday to Sunday, 7am to 10pm.
 
Thank you Openrice PH for having me on this Eat’s a Date! 🙂
 
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35 Comments on “OpenRice PH Series: Ka Tunying’s Cafe

  1. Another place worth visiting. I hope the boys' exams would be over soonest so we could go out Na. Usually, we study on weekends if there would be upcoming examination then would dine out after the exam to celebrate.

  2. I'm loving their menu/food! Especially the relyenong bangus, adobo rice and salted egg! Oh myyy! I think I just died! The serving is also good. I must visit Ka Tunying's the soonest!

  3. This seems like a very interesting place to visit! If Ka Tunying is the one behind the restaurant's design, then you can tell that he really has a great taste in art too.. love those colorful paintings and the dishes are so Filipino! Love it!
    Hopefully I can visit this restaurant soon! Thanks for the heads up!

  4. Cool! I've heard about Ka Tunying's before, but I'm never around the area for long to visit the place. The food looks like something to come back to every now and then, haha.

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