Ryan, one of the owners, takes orders himself while his chef cousin Jeffry cooks the food.
The place is quite small and cramped. It has 8 tables only and can comfortably accommodate 24 people — but it has up to 36 max capacity.
(I like this photo of Joshua giving a Happy Lemon wink. 🙂 )
The simple tuna kilawin was made more interesting by the accompanying cherry tomatoes, pomelo and coconut sherbet. It looked small when served, but the serving size was just right.
We enjoyed their curry version, which was creamier (sweet) and not that spicy. The kids loved it, especially the bread when hot (otherwise, makunat na). They also liked the toppings of crispy shallots.
I guess the only thing I didn’t like about Epiphany was that the food was served very fast (like fast food), which probably means the food was prepared beforehand and they just reheated it. Like the curry — it was not served hot as I expected it to be.
This dish was yummy as well. It was a bit sweet and had very soft, flavorful meat. It was served with mashed potato (still stuffed inside the potato skin). I think it’s a bit expensive for its serving size, though.
Only imported craft beers are available at the moment.
Overall, the food we had was very good. I like the idea that the menu changes, so you’ll be in for a surprise for whatever the CCA-trained chef creates every week. The place is perfect for small, intimate gatherings.
Epiphany – Global Cuisine Redefined
26. N.Domingo, Quezon City, Philippines, 1001
(Near the corner of Gilmore and N. Domingo, going to Sta. Mesa area)
Phone: +632 4877211
Mobile: +63 917-814-54-88
Tues – Thurs: 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Fri – Sat: 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Sun: 10:00 am – 2:00 pm 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Facebook: Epiphany Restaurant
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Disclosure: Nothing to disclose. We paid for our meal and we are not related in any way with the owners of Epiphany.
P.S. The restaurant is not that kid-friendly, where your kids can easily move around and explore.