Restaurant Review: 5 Loaves and 2 Fish Restaurant

5 Loaves and 2 Fish Restaurant is a good place to  celebrate good and soulful food not because the name of the restaurant entails, but because of the overall facade it promotes: commemorate everyday success over good food and awesome company.

After you enjoy their good, soulful food you will leave their door feeling you were invited by your next door neighbor to eat together with their family, sharing good stories and cheering to what’s coming ahead.  The experience of dining there seems like personal.

5 loaves and 2 fish

This restaurant carries a deep sense of purpose not only to serve food but to express gratitude, faith and love to God.  Exactly how the owner, Dinah Miro envisioned: family friendly place, cozy, warm and inviting.  The name 5 Loaves and 2 Fish was inspired by the bible verse, more like their mission and vision statement.  🙂

The menu has no theme, it’s a diverse line-up of Dinah’s own favorite recipes since childhood.  I appreciate their food because it’s something that is cooked with love, the moment you taste any of their food you will realize that it’s something not “commercialized” something not just “packed and reheat”.  It made me feel that the moment you ordered your food it’s also the moment they saute their onions and garlic, it takes a while to get your food but you are sure that it’s fresh and cooked just when you placed your order. 🙂

Dinah Miro

Dinah Miro describing her recipe masterpieces.

Dinah Miro

what is lavosh

To start, I recommend Dinah’s most pride dish, the Lavosh Platter.  It comes with 4 dips, Chicken Liver Pate, Pesto Brulee, Dulong and Salsa.  It’s either you spread, dip or you top it.  You can even mix and match it. 🙂

Lavosh

Lavosh (Php 195.00)

 

salpicao

Salpicao (Php 345.00)

It’s garlic overload beef tenderloin with their secret house blend seasoning. 🙂

high 5 salad

High Five Salad (Php 265.00)

lengua

Lengua

5 Loaves and 2 Fish’s Lengua is “thinner and saucier” compared to all lengua dishes I have had before.  It has a melt-in-your-mouth tenderness with hearty sauce layered in mashed potatoes.  So far, it’s my favorite dish and would proudly say that it’s the BEST lengua dish I’ve ever tasted in my whole life. 🙂

Salmon with 4 cheese

Salmon with 4 Cheese (Php 350.00)

Vongole

Spaghetti w/ Chicken Parmesan (Php 240.00)  Vongole (Php 248.00)

And oh wait, they have cakes too…

Mango Crepe Brulee

matcha green tea cheesecake
Enjoy mouth-watering food and divine cakes at 5 Loaves and 2 Fish, bring your whole family too!

Ground Floor, The Rock Lifestyle Hub, Holy Spirit Dr.,
Quezon City, 1127 Metro Manila
Contact Number: 366 5375
Opens 11am-11pm

 

 

 

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2 comments on Restaurant Review: 5 Loaves and 2 Fish Restaurant

  1. Ronadel Reynoso
    June 16, 2017 at 11:08 am (4 months ago)

    i Would Love To Try The Salpicao. i Love Trying Dish That I Can Cook For My Family. I Want To Taste Their Salpicao Because I Want To Know How Tender Their Beef Is.

    If Given A Chance I Would Also Try Their Sweet.

    i Love Exploring Food Hubs, Hope To Try Their MasterPieces.

    Reply
  2. Rachelle Anne Sianson
    June 16, 2017 at 6:20 pm (4 months ago)

    I would love to try Salmon with 4 Cheese so yummy, I love Salmon fish but having cheese I haven’t tried. If I have the chance to win I want to try the Salmon with 4 Cheese with my family. Im near in your store Im from holyspirit also.

    Hope to win

    Reply

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