Try their crab pansit. We loved it so much. Filipino dishes are so yummy too. Kudos to the chef and staff for wonderful dining experience.
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We love wooden spoon! When its 1st door open along Katipunan Avenue infront of Ateneo, we are one of the people I guess, na, na-addict talaga, we kept on coming back, almost every weekend. Apparently, it is no longer there anymore, but, they now expanded...More
I used to live in a condo just beside this small restaurant. The servings are such that you can order, at least, three dishes and get to taste a variety of food that the place can offer. The prices are very reasonable. The dishes are...More
if you want authentic Filipino cuisine with a twist, then come to Wooden Spoon right in Capitolyo Pasig, for a unique dining experience. Service was very good and ambience ok.
Great food and overall look of the restaurant. We had our Christmas party in their Capitolyo branch last year. We had a fun time and the place was just right for about 90 pax.
I joined my parent for lunch for the first time. Found out it was amazing foods and good price. For the second time I enjoyed eating with my family then I invited my old friends for lunch for the third time. My friends from states....More
I take guests here for some good Filipino and fusion Filipino food, and me and my guests always walk away happy and content. This branch in Katipunan was the Wooden Spoon I frequent until I discovered one in Kapitolyo, Pasig. Better for big groups and...More
The restaurant supposed to serve authentic Filipino dish, but they tried hard for fusion Filipino food, falling flat on their face. Stay away if you don't want to get disappointed.
Great place for typical (and reinvented) Filipino food. Avoid peak hours (lunch and dinner) as the place gets packed! Restaurant parking is limited but you can park at the nearby Regis Center). Definitely coming back for great food!