When it was just the two of us, my husband and I always had a little bit of a hard time looking for places to eat around our area. One would think that living near the Tomas Morato/Timog Avenue area, one would never run out of restaurants to try out. But whenever we would decide to go out to eat, for some reason, it would take us a looong time before deciding/agreeing on a restaurant. Sometimes there’s no good place to eat anymore. Now that we have Light, the search for a place to eat has become more difficult. Although the Tomas Morato/Timog Avenue area is a home for restaurants with exciting and new flavors, finding a kid-friendly restaurant offering those can be challenging.
So we decided to do a review of the restaurants we dine in. This post is the second of our kid-friendly restaurant review series. We hope that our reviews would help other families with little ones find a good place to dine at. Again, our points for review.
- Point 1: High chair
- Point 2: Good food (for adults and kids)
- Point 3: Changing area
- Point 4: Parking
- Point 5: Space to roam
In one of my lazy nights (where I didn’t prepare food for the husband and baby), we decided to eat out. We roamed around the area and found this restaurant with a parking space (by space I mean along the street ‘coz that’s how you park in this area :D).
Terrace 45 is an inviting and cozy restaurant in Quezon City. It has popped out in searches of places to eat in Q.C.. It’s one of those house-turned-restaurant that you can see happening a lot in the area. Only, this house they turned into a restaurant is a bit spacious than most we’ve been to I think. Their menu is a mixture of Asian and Western dishes.
What We Ordered
Cheese Croquetas – P145
Chicken BBQ – P310
Slow-cooked Beef – P345
Butterscotch Pudding – P150
- High chair
Sadly, this restaurant doesn’t have high chairs (notice where Light was sitting in the picture above). Why?!?!
- Good food (for adults and kids)
No kids menu. Our food was so-so. The Slow-cooked Beef was a bit salty and the Chicken BBQ had nothing special in it. Light took a few bites but wasn’t really that interested.
The Butterscotch Pudding was too sweet but I love sweets so no complains here. 🙂
- Changing area
No changing area.
Not enough parking space. The streets are the parking area.
- Space to roam
A space to roam in a restaurant has become more of a need now that Light has discovered walking and running around. When you want to have longer conversations with the family and friends, but your little one is becoming fuzzy, putting them down to walk and explore a SAFE area can give you that TIME you need. 🙂
Terrace 45 has ample space if there’s not a lot of diners.
- Location: 45 Dr. Lazcano St. cor. Sct. Santiago St., Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
- Opening Hours: 5PM – 11PM (Sundays closed)
- Contact Info: +632 374 5486
If you’ve tried this restaurant before, why not share your own review at the comment section below. 🙂