Turn of the Century Filipino Dining
Crisostomo. Filipinos know him to be the protagonist in Jose Rizal’s novels, Noli Me Tangere and El Filibusterismo. The name is apt for a Filipino restaurant conceived by no less than the accomplished Chef Florabel Co-Yatco.
Authentic Filipino cuisine is served with a sophisticated twist. In other words, “turn of the century Filipino dining,” which is one of Chef Florabel’s ingenious brands.
Most of the menu items are coined with character names from Rizal’s novels, and rightfully so, because every nibble is a mouthful that hits home. It’s a fusion of lola’s secret recipes sprinkled with style and flavor that will satisfy the buds and bellies of the 21st century. It is a fine dining experience that is not intimidating, both for all types of Filipinos and for all types of wallets!
From the graceful and elegant ambiance that is also warm and welcoming, to the dishes that are both traditionally filling and modernly mouthwatering, Filipino restaurant Crisostomo is truly tasteful.