Little Quiapo got its name in reference to the bustling Manila town of Quiapo, but its history reaches back to 1949—when a humble ice cream vendor decided to put up a food stand in a local university. The branch initially attracted parents, who eventually brought their children to enjoy the Halo-Halo (a Filipino shaved ice dessert). These children passed on the tradition to their own children, and the institution has received an inflow of customers ever since.
They currently have two branches (neither of which are in Quiapo, incidentally), each one known as a go-to for reasonably priced and delicious Filipino food like their Halo-Halo and Pancit Palabok (noodles in shrimp sauce).
This night was surreal and special, we booked for their special menu for 2021 New Year’s Eve countdown.
The food choices we made are gastronomic. I posted their special NYE menu in the photos. We had pizza, pasta, pan-grilled chops and their house platter.
We left the place happily remembering the ultimate experience of having good food, the best 360 view in the eve of New Year and most of all, having our furbabies with us to welcome the new year
We couldn’t ask for a more perfect date.
Pizza, Pasta, Drinking and Coffee place in one. The perfect spot to unwind without compromising the quality of food. Their meals are good for sharing I’d say you’ll get the value for your money. Bonus points for the interiors, too! Although it may not be a place for someone who likes well-lit places cos they go for warm and dim lights inside.
They do have an Al Fresco setup just near the entrance door, but it won’t give you the same ambiance as when you’re dining inside.