Storya Kitchen + Bar is an up and coming restaurant in Quezon City, and they have opened their doors to not only welcome you and your loved ones, and to listen to your stories that are filled with laughters and warmth, but also, Storya Kitchen + Bar is here to tell you their own story through their delicious selection of Modern Filipino dishes crafted by acclaimed chefs.
With everything in their menu being made in-house, Storya Kitchen + Bar is definitely proud and excited to share their wonderful creations—not just their savory dishes, but also their cakes and beverages. Truly, they have put their own touch to familiar dishes that are close to our hearts!
Other than that, it is so easy to enjoy Storya Kitchen + Bar because their space is just overall homey and cozy. Truly perfect for families! As the restaurant is spacious and lovely, it is not surprising to hear about how their customers find their place comfortable and enjoyable. Even kids have a blast here at Storya Kitchen + Bar.
That being said, Storya Kitchen + Bar certainly pampers their guests upon arrival by serving them their complementary N.Y.O. Pandesal that is fluffy and tasty, and comes with a side of delectable butter. With Storya Kitchen + Bar, you will surely be off to a good start!
Speaking of starting, we started our very own story with Storya Kitchen + Bar’s SKB Pinoy Shawarma (Php 595) which is one of their signature items. This is a serving of beef, dilis, salted egg, tinapa, tomato, cajun onion, cucumber, shawarma rice, and SKB signature sauce which really levels up this whole dish even more!
After that, we did not think twice about reaching for their N.Y.O. Sisig (Php 495) because it was such an easy-eat! The meat used for this was pork belly which was deliciously wrapped inside a sisig-sauce-glazed toasted wrap, and served with a side of tasty corn.
We followed that with their N.Y.O. Puto’t Dinuguan (Php 325) which, can we just say, is ingenious! The dinuguan meat can be found as a filling of the three huge putos which really gave us everything we were looking for in every bite—creamy dinuguan with that hint of sour note, alongside soft puto with that touch of sweetness to it.
Next we had their N.Y.O. Pork Sinigang (Php 595) which you will be surprised to find out that it comes with no soup. This is a generous plate filled with meat that is surrounded by vegetables. The meat used in this dish is deep fried pork belly and you might be wondering how you will be able to get the taste of Sinigang from this dish without its soup, but trust us, it is oozing with your good ole sour Sinigang taste.
From their N.Y.O. Pork Sinigang, we then slurped our way through their N.Y.O. Bicol Express (Php 595) which, we are sure, any spicy lover would love! Believe it or not, this dish was a sumptuous pasta dish bursting with all the goodness of the classic Bicol Express.
Storya Kitchen + Bar really took everything to the next level and if you think that is everything we had, then think again, because they also served us their Pinoy Bitay Feast (Php 725) which is not for the faint of heart! This is a hefty platter of pork belly, baked adobo, chicharong bulaklak, chicken balat, storya ensalada, homemade vinegar, garlic rice, and white rice; and yes, this is guaranteed to feed 2 to 4 hungry bellies, but we all know that that also depends on whose appetite are we talking about.
If you are up for a challenge, though, do know that if your table can finish their Pinoy Bitay Feast in 4 minutes, then it is already free, plus your table will be served another round of it.
Of course, we also made sure to grab their N.Y.O. Sorbetes (Php 295) which is homemade dirty ice cream that had us feeling nostalgic, to tell you honestly. This goes so well with their brioche bun too!
We paired the savory dishes we had with a few of Storya Kitchen + Bar’s revitalizing drinks such as their SKB Avocado Blend (Php 195) which has that right amount of sweetness in every sip; their PMK Crushed (Php 175) which is a cooling drink made with pomelo, mango, and kiwi; and their Berry Lychee (Php 195) which is not only yummy, but healthy as this is rich in real fresh berries.
Aside from those, we also tried their Spanish Latte which we enjoyed as well. As we have mentioned, Storya Kitchen + Bar has a wide space to cater their diners and in there stands their hidden bar or speakeasy, so be on the lookout for that too! Trust us, you are going to love every bit of Storya Kitchen + Bar! Know more about them by checking out their Facebook and Instagram.