It’s one homegrown brand that continues to be among the top choices of every Pinoy foodie.
For decades, Dencio’s has served as that cozy nook where friends and families gather to celebrate milestones and welcome new beginnings. It has even become an extended dining area for many Filipinos, who appreciate good food and quality time with their loved ones.
And the Dencio’s branch at The Brick Road, Sta. Lucia East Grand Mall is no different.
Opened in September 2012, this particular branch of Dencio’s has since become a favored destination of many foodies whose love and appreciation for Pinoy fare cannot be denied.
But what would make you feel even more at home at this branch, more than just its authentic Filipino fare, is its overall vibe which has local flavors written all over it. With mostly local materials used for the interiors, Dencio’s has become even closer to what a typical Pinoy home would usually look like.
On the outside, Dencio’s at The Brick Road was designed like a house with a huge wooden front door that gives customers that warm welcome. Its large windows allow for natural light to come in, while its brick walls mirror the façade of a typical home during the old times.
The interior is meanwhile a showcase of Filipino materials with the chairs made up of rattan and the ceiling, with bamboo. Light ball accents were also made with locally woven products thus giving the place that warm, cozy vibe, typical in every Filipino home.
Meanwhile, Dencio’s wide selection of Pinoy dishes is also one of the main reasons why it remains to be a favorite destination of many families and barkadas. Among its best sellers are the sisig, bulalo and bicol express.
Dencio’s at the Brick Road operates from 11 a.m to 11 p.m., and can seat up to 75 individuals, thus making it ideal for big gatherings and meetings.
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