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Blissful Belly Vegetarian Cuisine

  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
    ( 8 reviews )
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77 Xavierville Ave, 2nd Floor, Llannar Bldg, Quezon City (at Loyola Heights), Metro Manila, Philippines,

Restaurant and shop. Some raw foods, raw cakes, and other vegan options for breads and pastries made from organic flour. No eggs used, only "gardenia" brean has milk. Also some hot foods. Formerly named Satya's. Mon-Sat 10:00am-10:00pm

Category: Vegan-friendly, Fast food, Take-out, Bakery, Fusion, Filipino

Reviews (8)

First Review by juntani2000

great, expanded their variety of food - Edit

The restaurant per se is right beside the integrated clinic. So it's like two in one place. Place was well ventilated, the food was somehow limited but mind you, they are really tasty. You wouldn't me bothered by how they cook their food because it is being run by an integrated medicine doctor who himslef has been a vegetarian for 3 decades so don't worry about it.

Overall, the food is great but somehow pricey. Just try to go here and have a taste of their dishes. They offer desserts as well, vegan friendly of course.

Pros: friendly staff, good food

Cons: add more food options including drinks


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So good! - Edit

The food here was wonderful! The restaurant is turo turo style, meaning there is pre-prepared food and you choose what you want to eat from what's offered.

The malunggay soup was very good, but my favorite dishes were the sisig and the tofu eggplant. They also had amazing hot sauce. I found the food here to be more authentically pinoy than the food at Pipino, which seemed to be kind of fusion/gentrified.

I'm so glad to see so many new veg restaurants in Metro Manila!!! Can't wait to go back - hopefully there will be more!

Pros: Vegan Sisig!!!, The hot sauce!


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If only I could live next door! - Edit

I wish I could live next door so I could just eat to my heart's content! I miss going to Blissful Belly and stocking up on take outs that I'll heat up at home! You have to try the "Pork Barbeque", "Kare-Kare" and Chopsuey!! And of course lets not forget that Carrot Cake!!! My favorites! I shall come back soon with a big bag for take out!

Pros: Excellent Food, Healthy Cuisine, Friendly Staff

Cons: Too Far


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Lovely little cafe in Quezon City - Edit

This was another great find in Manila. The menu was quite limited - they had about 5 dishes pre-made in pots on the counter and only 2 types of juice (sugar cane juice and orange juice) so not a whole lot to choose from. We generally don't prefer pre-made foods, but these ones were great. Cooked with minimal oil without mock meats or excess unhealthy condiments such as sugar and salt, etc. They had just enough to bring the natural flavours of the ingredients out and nothing more. We tried 3 of the 5 dishes - a vegetable curry (which had an indian feel to it but it may be local, we're not sure), a local dish called 'laing' (taro leaves in coconut milk) and kare-kare (peanut based stew), served with brown rice. All were fabulous - naturally full of flavour and a great introduction to the local cuisine. Only wish they had more available for us to try! The restaurant was pleasant and clean - it looked out over a nice little fruit stand, which was nice. Looking forward to trying them again sometime.

Pros: perfect flavours, local fare, healthy food

Cons: pre-made in pots, menu limited


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blissful belly - Edit

If you want great-tasting vegetarian food with a local flair, look no further than Blissful Belly! The menu features great takes on classic Filipino dishes such as sisig and adobo, and the desserts and shakes are to die for! With its serene and peaceful ambience, Blissful Belly also offers diners a respite from the hustle and bustle of Quezon City. For more restaurants, visit http://www.petaasiapacific.com/feature-VegEatingInThePhilippines.asp


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Great food! - Edit

If you want vegetarian food with a local flavor, look no further than Blissful Belly. The ambience is serene and peaceful, and the menu features great takes on classic Filipino dishes such as sisig and adobo. The desserts are yummy and the shakes are to die for! If you want a calming break from the commotion of Quezon City, Blissful Belly will certainly provide great-tasting vegan-friendly food and a well-deserved retreat from the hustle and bustle. Continental restaurant/cafe. Cakes, bread, and juices available. Beauty products also available. Very vegan-friendly. The owner is an Adventist homeopathic doctor who runs a clinic next door.

Cons: Healthy cuisine


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Can anyone give directions to this place? - Edit

Why am I the only one with thinking consideration here? There are no directions to this place listed here, only an address. Can anyone post step by step directions to this place? Can you get there from MRT?

Thanks.
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I wish this place was closer . - Edit

I come to this place whenever I can brave the traffic. The food is sentient and provides a welcome vegetarian version to local Filipino foods like sisig and adobo. The shakes are energizing.
The ambiance is conducive to relaxation and conversation.
Here's to healthy.


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