Peach Boy Restaurant would probably have anyone asking why it is named the way it is named. Well, to give an answer to this rather burning question, it is because when the owner studied in the States, his favoriite thing to make was – still is – the peach cobbler. However, it is not only because of a peach cobbler that this restaurant is called Peach Boy Restaurant, but also because of an old Japanese legend of a child who was said to be born out of a peach and grew up to be a hero – which has always been an inspiration and motivation to the owner.
Speaking of the owner that is Paolo Q. Rama, he partnered with award-winning chef, Chef Sonny Mariano, in curating their oh-so-scrumtpious menu. The owner also wants to be able to provide a bright, cozy, and colorful venue, hence his decision to make great use of natural light and decorate the walls with murals that show simple and fun everyday lives of Filipinos.
With a fusion of Asian and American cuisine, Peach Boy Restaurant gives their diners a chance to experience what the owner himself had experienced, through flavors, starting with their US Beef Tapsilog (Php 179) which is a yummy plate of USDA beef shortplate tapa served with garlic rice, a sunny-side up egg, and spiced vinegar, as well as their Sisig Fried Rice Omelette (Php 215) which is a serving of 2 eggs omelette stuffed with crispy pork sisig alongside fried rice and sisig mayo.
More into their rice-filled yummies, Peach Boy Restaurant has more delectable dishes that surely have won the hearts of people who have tried it like their Crispy Pork Belly (Php 270) which is of twice cooked pork belly served with sautéed vegetables and spiced vinegar as well as their Peach BBQ Pork Belly (Php 280) which is of grilled pork belly glazed with peach barbecue sauce and served with sautéed vegetables.
For something familiar yet has a funky twist, Peach Boy Restaurant’s Spicy Coconut & Pork Bits Pasta (Php 197) which is a plate of spaghetti noodles in a sauce of coconut cream, bagoong, and green chili, topped with crispy pork bits and siling labuyo will remind you of the classic Pinoy dish called Bicol Express.
Besides that Filipino-inspired dish, Peach Boy Restaurant also has a dessert that would give their diners a taste of Pinoy and that is their Ube Lava Pancakes (Php 195) which is a drool-worthy serving of ube flavored pancakes drenched in ube halaya sauce – a total ubelicious nomnom.
Peach Boy Restaurant continues to wow their diners, regardless if those diners are returning or new, with creative and innovative dishes that should not be missed out on, especially if those dishes are only limited edition like their Christmas Breakfast Platter as well as their Bibingka Lava Pancakes which were both available over the past Holiday season.
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Address: 11 Calbayog Street, Cor Domingo M. Guevara, 1550 Mandaluyong
Contact Information: 285336846
Hours of Operation: Monday to Saturday 10AM to 10PM; Sunday 8AM to 7PM