Three Sisters' Restaurant is one of the oldest Filipino restaurant that started out for more than 70 years ago. 

Restaurant with an interesting history

The name Three Sisters', was derived from the radio jingle of a famous brand of talcum powder that Lola Rosa loved.  
Lola Rosa Francisco, a mother of five, first opened a small panciteria at Poblacion in downtown Pasig on November of 1941. Lola Rosa named it Three Sisters' Refreshment Parlor. 

After a month of operation, WWII broke out and her family fled to Antipolo for shelter and safety. After the height of the war, they came back to Pasig, and to their surprise, they came back for nothing. Their house and little luncheonette were burnt down. But, this did not stop Lola Rosa from pursuing her passion for cooking. Driven by her optimism, she rebuilt and reopened Three Sisters'. 

During the 70's, Lola Rosa's little luncheonette moved to its present site in Kapitolyo, Pasig. Since then, it became a full service restaurant now called, Three Sisters' Restaurant of Pasig

Lola Rosa's original recipes were passed on from generations to generations. Up to this day, her classic and original Filipino comfort food are craved and enjoyed by all.
Paul Pike, fourth generation owner and Chef of Three Sisters'
Three Sisters' Restaurant featured on Kris TV.
Three Sisters' Restaurant of Pasig MENU

Signature Dishes: 
• Pork Barbecue
• Pancit Bihon
• Sinigang na Kanduli sa Miso
• Seafood Paluto

Nothing beats home cooking, especially Filipino food! Dining in this place will make you feel at home and just like eating home cooked meal at your grandmother's dining table. 
Pork Barbecue (Php48/piece)
Specially marinated pork slices grilled to perfection.  
Chicken BBQ (Php125)
Inihaw na Liempo (Php125/slab)
Crispy Pata (Php450)
Deep fried leg of pork, served with sauce (combined with vinegar, soy sauce and diced garlic. Pork lovers delight will surely can't get enough of this dish- crunchy pork skin enclosing savory tender meat. It's okay to indulge yourself once in a while with this irresistible delicious meal. Be warned though that it is very high in cholesterol and there is just something about it that will make you coming back for more. 
Pancit Bihon sa Bilao (starts at Php280)
Rice noodles with stir-fried meat, shrimps, vegetables and generous servings of pork rinds. 
Sinigang na Kanduli sa Miso (Php120)
Must order! Mildly soured catfish and native vegetables in miso paste. It is served with tomatoes, onions and bagoong. The sawsawan gives it an interesting twist!
Kare-Kare (Php175)
Pinakbet (Php160)
Native vegetables with pork stir-fried in bagoong. 
Lumpiang Shanghai (Php120)
Deep-fried spring rolls filled with pork, shrimp, and vegetables served with sweet and sour sauce.
Hototay (Php240)
Crispy Calamares (Php135)
Buko Pandan Salad (Php70)
Leche Flan (Php70)
One of the best leche flan I've tried. I love that it is not overly sweet and it has that perfect burnt sugar after taste. The texture is firm and smooth that melt-in-your-mouth. 
The food was really good, I actually ate a lot that I had to drink two cups of green tea to help wash meals down. 

I told my husband about this place and he's definitely coming with me next time. I want to eat here again and come back for my favorite Pork BarbecueCrispy PataSinigang na Kanduli sa Miso, Pancit Bihon and Leche Flan and to try their Halo-Halo, Fresh Lumpiang ubod and okoy. 

Don't take my word for it and go try it for yourself. 

Three Sisters' Restaurant of Pasig is well worth a visit. Affordable and Delicious Authentic Filipino food with huge servings so make sure you have a big appetite. 

Three Sisters' Restaurant of Pasig is located at 10 East Capitol Drive, Brgy. Kapitolyo Pasig City (in front of Ninac)
For inquiries,
Call Landline (02) 631-4431, (02) 631-9247
Mobile Number 0917-636-2134

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  1. Wow! Everything looks delicious plus very affordable. :) My dad and I loves Filipino cuisine. Hop they'll have other branches tho. :)


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