Restaurant Review: Chefs' Quarter

Published on October 04, 2009

This post is long overdue. The uploaded photos for this post were sitting in my drafts but I couldn’t find the energy to publish this.

After watching Kimmy Dora last September 20, we decided to have a late lunch at Chef’s Quarter. We hesitantly went to the place because it looks a little posh but we were surprised to find out that their menu is relatively reasonable.

Boyet tried their Churrasco Beef Tenderloin which is topped with a special sauce. It usually comes with potato and vegetable salad. But he requested to omit the potato and replace it with rice. The wait staff politely obliged with the request. The beef was noticeably tender though we both didn’t like the salad dressing. I could see him twitching every time he swallows.

Churrasco Beef Tenderloin

Iced Tea

I am not a fan of paella but I got curious and tried their Stir Fried Paella Seafood. The festive look of this dish alone made me drool non-stop. What I loved most about their paella was the generous servings of the different kinds of seafood.


But I have to say that out of all we got, I enjoyed their fish and chips the most. We just had fish and chips from Fish & Co. the night before but that didn’t prevent me from trying Chef Quarter’s version. The fish and potato wedges are topped with parmesan cheese and parsley.

Fish and Chips Basket


Service was great. The staff was very attentive to our needs. I also loved the cozy ambiance provided by Chef’s Quarter.

Chefs' Quarter
Robinson Place Manila
Level 1 Midtown Wing, Pedro Gil cor. Adriatico St.,
Ermita, Manila

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