My gastronomic experience at the Comida Chefs Gallery Cafe is different from any other foodtrips that I ever had, that even if I’m my fellow foodie/blogger/boylito Jabee (short for Jollibee/Jayvee), if there is something memorable about their foodie offerings + the ambience, then it is indeed one for the books.
Comida Chefs Gallery Cafe offers a multi-ethnic dining experience, thanks to the symphony of flavors that can be found in every dish. Chef Danny Dela Cuesta‘s sinfully delicious creations came from his love and his extensive experience in food and in fashion. Everything is delicious and aesthetically presented well. Yes everything is too good to eat!
Much has been said to the owner of the Comida Chefs. He’s been in the fashion industry for 45 years before venturing into the culinary scene. He even went abroad to expand more of his knowledge and expertise for food and international cuisines.
As of this date, Chef Danny concoct’s his own signature dishes with a twist and creating writeups on different cooking magazines and on several publications.
While on the tour at the Caballete Artist’s Gallery, little did we know that we were offered dishes from Comida Chefs! Too bad I don’t have any pictures, for everything that we had is deliciously filling! Well anyway, allow me to post my experience while we’re at the Comida Chefs that is located at the second floor of the artist’s gallery. 🙂
Space is limited and can only accommodate up to 18 people. It maybe small in number, but it offers an ambience that is perfect for dates, small meetings and intimate gatherings. The place can also be used as a venue for art and food workshops being offered by the Caballete Artist’s Gallery.
I think I had 2-3 (or maybe 4) servings of their signature drink, the Pandan Lemongrass Cooler. The sweetened herb-y taste of the lemongrass and the aroma of the pandan offers a refreshing feel in it, and it’s a good (and healthy) alternative for the usual soda drinks and iced tea.
Choriburger BBQ – burger balls stuck in the lemongrass. The dish is chewy, flavorful, delicious. It’s green sauce adds more flavor that makes me want to crave for more.
Spalog is a fusion of Spaghetti and Pancit luglog. It’s like a pesto pasta dish, but used the ingredients for pancit luglog. It’s a smart choice and it complements well.
The Tangy Rice Stick Soup is my personal favorite! It has egg noodles, meatballs, salted egg, herbs and spices and it suits really well. The explosion of flavors is absolutely divine that I fell in love even more in every bite (and sip). It reminds me a lot of tom yum, but on the milder/less spicy side, best served when it’s hot and on the rainy season. It’s now my favorite comfort food. This dish alone makes me want to come back here, no kidding.
Latija Comida is one delicious dessert. Only made with bananas, milk, truffle and cinnamon, it’s a hearty dessert – not too overwhelming, not too sweet, tastes just right and it’s healthy too! This is best served when chilled. Another great dish for me.
They also had homemade Vigan Longganisa that is cooked well, with no traces of fat included! This is best served well with their signature sauce.
Chef Danny’s commitment is to bring delicious healthy dishes to everyone, only using the freshest ingredients in all of his cullinary delight. He is also open for workshops and catering services, all at the fraction of a cost.
I will definitely be back again soon for their sticky rice soup and their other dishes soon! 🙂
To check out Comida Chefs and his offerings, check out the details below:
Comida Chefs’ Gallery Cafe
2nd floor 111-A
Kamias Rd. Quezon City.
Contact Nos.: (02) 945 25 73 | 0927 2600470