November 8, 2010

The art of eating

During the past three years, our neighborhood has become quite a popular location for small, independent restaurants and bars. Aside from Trellis, which has been around since the 80s, there's Pino, Tomato Kick, Friuli and Kiss the Cook, and many others that I have not yet featured here—all within walking distance or a tricycle ride away from our house. Makes for very happy taste buds but I'm beginning to despair of my waistline. Leona Art Restaurant used to be located in a different part of Quezon City but recently moved in too. Both their grilled and fried pizzas are good and we're looking forward to trying other items on their menu. I should ask the owners why they call it an "art restaurant" but I won't be surprised if it has to do with all the eclectic, quirky and lovely decorations they have in the place.

Leona Art Restaurant

12 comments:

Olivier said...

trois belle lumieres, qui doivent remplacer les etoiles de chez nous

Jacob said...

I love places like this! In fact, Lois and I had lunch in a similar type restaurant in Salida, Colorado this noon. And yes, I took some pictures which I'll post on Colorado in Color down the road.

ρομπερτ said...

Looks peaceful and kind to me. Please have a good start into the new week.

daily athens

Vernz said...

so warm .. love that duck on top of that door.. I collect stuff of this family..heheh..

George said...

If the food is as elegant as the decor, this is a wonderful place to eat.

gadisBunga said...

you can enjoy both your taste buds and your eyes in the same time. nice place!

Cezar and Léia said...

Charming decoration, I like the different colours!
Hugs and a nice week
Léia :)

VP said...

I like the atmosphere and I am sure the food is very good.

James Mark said...

Very attractive interior. Send us some degrees celsius, we are cold over here!

Halcyon said...

I love that lamp! Sounds like some good places to eat.

Lois said...

Love the different colors! I've actually decided to give up on my waistline for now.

Jacob said...

Great story you told on Ocala DP, Hildah! ;-))