I was checked-in at BGC Hostel Quezon City (also known as Panay Kain Tulog Atbp.) and I was looking for a place to eat until I saw this very bright and colorful restaurant just below the hostel which turned out to be Artsy Cafe Panay. From the outside, it really looks to artsy – from the chairs and tables to the paintings on the wall to the overall interior design. No questions asked, I decided to come in and order some food.
It was almost closing time but people (like me) still come to dine at Artsy Café Panay. I really liked the overall ambiance of the place and I love how courteous are the staff in getting the orders of the customers.
So, what did I order?
Since I am (always!) having a me time and will eat by myself, I decided to order some snacks.
I started appreciating French Toasts when I studied at DLSU because the former Animo Canteen serves one. The serving of the French Toast here at Artsy Café was big and I think it’s good for sharing. It is a must try – it tasted so good.
I love how mashed potato melts in your mouth when you eat it. Here at Artsy Café Panay, the mashed potato is really soft. Insider tip: the gravy was really, really delicious! I don’t care if I ate too much carbs that night. It was worth it!
For someone who loves to have a colorful and bright ambiance while eating delicious food, consider eating at Artsy Café Panay. I think they have another branch at Maginhawa Street which also has its own artsy feels. I was not able to try other items in their menu like pasta, but I will consider going back to taste other types of food in their menu. Now if you’ll excuse me, I want to order some coffee at Bo’s Coffee Tomas Morato. Ciao!
Artsy Cafe Panay
23 Panay Ave, Diliman, Quezon City, Metro Manila
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