Cucina ni Bunso is a fairly new Filipino in the Tomas Morato area. It has a fresh take on Filipino dining.
Upon entering, you can see that the interiors have a warm homey feeling.
I particularly liked their collection of plates on the wall.
Cucina ni Bunso has a rustic charm with its’ mismatched chairs and tables and dominant white color.
I never realized that recycled doors could look good as refurbished tables.
I also loved their coasters.
Fried zucchini bacon and herbs at Php 185. I never thought I ‘d see the day that I’d admit I like zucchini, but this one is real tasty. Just watch out for the toothpicks though.
Meliton’s spring roll at Php 135. A vegetarian delight with mango and basil. Cool and refreshing appetizer.
For soups, we got both Popeye’s a spinach based soup and Tiktilaok a creamy tinola soup (not pictured here) at Php 145 @. For those who like tinola, Tiktilaok a ginger and onion chicken based soup is a winner.
We ordered their bangus or milkfish in banana leaves at Php 295 with their sinful talangka (crab fat) sauce. Flavorful but I found the servings too small.
I liked their seafood kare kare (peanut sauce) which had tahong, shrimps and squid at Php 340 for a dish.
At the end of the meal, Mel one of the owners of Cucina ni Bunso gave us free Espresso panacotta which tasted quite good.
I think I’ll be back to try out their other dishes. I love that they have a different take on Filipino food.
Cucina ni Bunso
117 B Scout Lozano St. Brgy Sacred Heart Kamuning Quezon City