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“Great Food, Great Ambiance”

Fiesta Island Seafood Hub
Ranked #445 of 2,065 Restaurants in Quezon City
Cuisines: Philippine
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Reviewed 29 June 2016 via mobile

Our family often celebrate birthdays at FISH's KTV rooms. We've tried binagoongan, sinigang, pork sisig, bagnet salad. Everything is worth the buck!

They also have a mini store in front called "Our Kitchen". They have ready to cook meals, pastries, delicacies and cakes.

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Reviewed 12 April 2016

A place to have a good serving of fresh seafood. They have big serving that is good for 2-3 persons. Ideal for group foodtrip. A warm calamansi juice with honey is a must try.

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Reviewed 25 February 2016

My cousin celebrated her birthday here since this branch is near our place. We had a videoke party because Fiesta Island Seafood Hub (F.I.S.H.) has private ktv rooms aside from themed function rooms. The place is big with non-air-conditioned dining areas and outdoor seating. The interiors are in keeping with the resto’s name with native décor, fish ornaments all around and aquariums in the lobby. The parking area in front can be occupied by several vehicles but will surely be lacking when the restaurant is fully occupied. When it’s night, they do allow parking at the bank next door since it’s closed anyway.

My cousin already reserved in advance so once we entered and gave her name, we were all ushered to one of their karaoke rooms. The space and seating were adequate although the lighting was too orangey and the couches sagged. The walls are decorated with Boracay beach scenes.

The staff who attended to us explained how to use the videoke machine then waited for our orders as we perused the menu. We got the P3,000 ktv package for the weekday rate (Sunday-Thursday) for 8-14 pax for the evening shift (6pm-12am) because we went here on a Wednesday night. The breakdown of the package rate is P1,100 for 2 hours room charge while the remaining P1,900 is consumable. There were 10 of us so we needed to order more as the P 1,900 worth of food will not be sufficient.

We had the following:
1) Ati-Atihan Fiesta Platter (P1,199) – inihaw na pusit alimango, tahong, tilapia, hipon, pinasingawan gulay probinsiya, kalkag at tinuyong alamang na kanin
2) Panagbenga Fiesta Platter (P1,399) – sinabawan na tulya sa luya, honey chicken barbecue, pork barbecue, pinalutong na tadyang ng baka, lechon kawali, pinasingawan gulay probinsiya, kalkag at tinuyong alamang na kanin.
3) 2 orders of Crispy pork sisig (P220 each), Pinalipad na hito (265), Ensaladang bagnet (P240), 3 additional orders of plain rice (P35 each)
4) For drinks, we had Ice Tea Tower (P260)
5) For desserts, we had 3 Sorbetes Pinoy (P75 each), 3 Halo-halo Fiesta (P135 each), 1 Leche Flan (P85) and 2 brewed coffee (P65 each)

Waiting time for the food took around 30 minutes. Nevertheless everything was delicious but the serving sizes could have been more generous for the main meals. The videoke machine was also easy to operate and their songbook had a wide array of choices from old to new English and OPM songs. However, we were only provided with 1 microphone as most were being used in the other rooms. They should improve on this as having two microphones are the norm. The staff assigned to us was helpful and attentive and even allowed me to take pictures of the unoccupied function rooms. Since we were having great time, we extended for another 2 hours with a P550/rate per additional hour.

Overall, this is a good place to bond with family and friends especially balikbayans who crave for good Filipino and seafood cuisine. And it's a plus if they are videoke junkies.

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1  Thank blink2015
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Reviewed 28 February 2015

Love the place. My husband and I frequent here for four years now. It has ample parking which is rare to find in the city and good food. We come here and get our fixed of seafood. Especially steam lapu lapu. The bagnet salad is delicious too. Great to have some good dining place outside the malls. They have seperate KTV room for groups, though we are not into KTV but sure enough it's a great option for barkada night out.
I have only one negative thing of this place. BAD SEATS! Almost all of them have your butts sinking in the middle. To keep you upright tendency is to sit at the edge of the chair but give you terrible back support. I guarantee you, back ache after dinner. A friendly advice, the chairs need some uplift, no need to change the leather, just add a few more no-sag springs will do the trip and save our backs. Thanks

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Thank VictoriaTim
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Reviewed 27 September 2014

Wow, this restaurant is indeed a revelation! It was a Friday evening and close to midnight when we got here. It was not really our first choice but the rest of restaurants at SM North were all full and we were already famished and tired. The space is a little small but was comfortable because there were just a few people inside. Initially, we thought it was similar to the likes of Gerry's Grill, Gilligan's and all.

We ordered Bagnet Salad, Kare-kare and Pinaputok na Tilapia, without really expecting much. But when the food started coming, we were immediately blown away by the presentation.

First was the Bagnet Salad. Huge chunks of crunchy bagnet, tomatoes and salted eggs over salad greens. The bagnet was perfect -- crunchy and tasty skin and meat with a little layer of fat. The greens consisted of fresh and crisp lettuce and fresh mustard leaves. The dressing was also light and refreshing. We were trying to figure out what it was made of. Our guess was vinaigrette with fish bagoong, sugar and ginger. It balanced the richness of the bagnet.

The Kare-kare was served the way they do it in fancy restaurants -- deconstructed. Steamed string beans, banana blossom and eggplant were served separate from the rich peanut sauce. The pieces of ox tail and tripe were simmered in the sauce. The bagoong alamang (shrimp paste) was served over a piece of grilled eggplant. This is also a winner and must-try.

The pinaputok na tilapia was cooked inside a banana leaf together with minced tomatoes, white onions and ginger, infusing the fish with much flavor. This is also another good dish.

We were more surprised when the bill came because, for a group of six hungry adults, we paid only around P1,100. Great food indeed with great value for money. This is definitely one restaurant worth visiting often.

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