With Louie’s continuous hunt for nearby restaurants that serve ketogenic-friendly food, we found Lazat Fil-Asian Restaurant & Bar which specializes in Asian fusion, barbecue, and Filipino cuisine. Formerly, it was called Cercchio, but the owners apparently changed it in 2017. We looked through their menu online and immediately, the list of appetizing dishes got our nod of approval. Lazat is a charming restaurant ideal for families and large groups. They put a little extra love into their food to make you remember it and want to come back. This spot is understated, stylish, and well-groomed. More of this in my review below.

Review of Lazat Fil-Asian Restaurant and Bar (Tomas Morato, Quezon City)


Lazat Fil-Asian Restaurant & Bar creates texture and visual appeal by mixing and matching monochromatic colors with green accents in one room. It further sticks to the theme by combining black and white square and diamond patterns on walls and throw pillows. Providing a modern look, the rich combo works wonders when put together with intent. The dining area is spacious, and large windows illuminate the room and set the tone for a simply bright and airy place.


Served with three sauces, the Oven Baked Crispy Pata (PhP 710) produced tender meat and intensely crispy skin pata with smoked flavor. It’s exactly what you should order when you’re craving for really delicious pork on your plate. And by the way, all three sauces complemented well. 🙂

Their Sizzling Pork Sisig (PhP 310) is a delectable marriage of chopped lechon kawali cooked sisig with fried egg. It had absolutely bold flavors and was almost creamy to the bite. Notably, the savoriness and porkiness were extreme, so pairing it with rice is top-notch.

Last up, we had Spicy Kangkong (PhP 185), which was basically kangkong stir-fried in garlic and chilis. I loved how it gave a wonderfully sharp, growing heat that made for a pleasant surprise. The pronounced flavor of garlic was great, enhancing the overall fragrance and taste of the dish.

Price for Value:

Among the many food establishments in Scout Limbaga area, this welcoming family-friendly restaurant is probably one of the best known. People came to dine in here after the other group, and the streams seemed endless. Other food on Lazat’s menu looked really interesting as well and worth a try. Prices are fair given the quality of super-flavorful food and portion of serving. It’s best to snag a table earlier than peak meal hours since it’s always a packed spot. Check it out!

76 Scout Limbaga, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
Date Published: 06/09/2018
For inquiries, call (02) 351 5279 or email lazatqc@gmail.com
4.5 / 5 stars
Review of Lazat Fil-Asian Restaurant and Bar (Tomas Morato, Quezon City)
Price for Value
4.5Overall Score


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11 Responses

  1. candy

    From looking at the restaurant and the decor looks very nice. The food all looks delicious and very fresh and tasty.

  2. wendy

    I can say by the images that the food sure looks great and so does the ambiance. I would try it if ever in the area.

  3. Jenn

    This looks like a really nice place to eat. I haven’t been to a good Asian restaurant in years. Your photos are fabulous.

  4. Cat

    4 and a half stars? Not too shabby!! We will have to keep this spot in mind for our travels out there! Thanks!

  5. Marysa

    I’ve never had kangkong, but it sounds like a great dish and I’d love to try it. All the dishes look delicious – what a great place to eat!

  6. Angela Ricardo

    This looks absolutely delicious! The ambiance is very inviting as well. Se definitely need tocheck this spot out when we visit Manila and QC.

  7. Jeanine

    Looks awesome. I would love to visit, looks like a great place to sit and enjoy some food and drink!

  8. Aileen Adalid

    Great shots as always! This makes me miss dining out to Tomas Morato. Thanks for this helpful review, I’ll be checking them out 🙂


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