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Currently closed: 6:00 - 21:00
Tapsi ni Vivian is located at Lot 10 Blk 74 Commonwealth Avenue, Neopolitan Subdivision Phase 6, Novaliches, Quezon City. This is a Philippine restaurant near the Novaliches.The average price range at Tapsi ni Vivian is around ₱ 200 / Person,and the opening hours are 6:00 - 21:00.Tapsi ni Vivian is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Novaliches area. There are different kinds of food in Tapsi ni Vivian that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +63282363794.
Visited numerous times cause I like their Lechsilog. Tried Chichasilog last night, it was okay. 8 for crispiness but it was not an amazing dish though. Staff can be rated 3. Doesn't converse or even smile. I understand their tired, but nonetheless, I believe food served with smile could taste better. Also, last night, they gave the free soup when it was 4 spoon away from finishing our meal. Lomi was not a good choice as well.
I tried their food, and they test great. Open air with a decent feel of the Filipino cuisine. Though the food is great, there are times, based from the other reviews, that the food is reheated, but it is somehow normal to some restaurants. I have been to many types of restos, and this is an exception. Though the food is good, it would be better if they make it as fresh as possible, because from their pricing of food, it differs from the places I have gone through. Overall, food is great if new and worthwhile.
I’ve been here for several times already, same thing to other branches (Marikina and Anonas). And me and my girlfriend always ordered letsilog and I can pretty tell that this branch is not consistent. Sometimes they’ll give us freshly cooked ones and sometimes they’ll give us reheated ones (we can tell it by just looking at it). And just earlier today (around 4am) we ordered the same thing again (letsilog) ,they gave us those reheated ones and the worst thing was some chops/slices of the pork were spoiled already (I’ve eaten some of it and immediately spit it out). They shouldn’t be serving it anymore and they’re not even checking the quality of the food items before giving it to their customers. I know it’s only the first time I experienced it from them but I’m sure that it will be remembered and give them lasting impression. Hopefully other branches will be more aware and careful about serving their food items.
My first dine here it was a mother's day. The place was full and honestly I didn't like the taste of their tapa. Maybe it was just because the cook has been inconsistent with the spices and amount of condiments of the food because of the volume of people that night. The second time that I got here, was just a normal day. Not too many people and not crowded. The tapa was really good and a good thing that i ordered tapa again because my brother said that what we tasted for the first isn't the taste of the tapa of Tapsi ni Vivian. The place was actually very nice especially the seats at the side of the store. The setting of the chairs inside were like Mang Inasal's but brighter
This was the first Tapsi ni Vivian we tried. Overall, the food was good, but sometimes their lomi/mami/soups were too salty. Their place was also nice. 😊