Few days ago, I happen to stumble upon a unique study center and work café in the heart of Quezon City. Quarks and Quill is a modern study center branded with quality, affordability and personal touch. Currently, they have Math Enrichment, After-School Tutorials and Mandarin & Hokkien classes. They also offer summer courses as pre-college introductions and enrichment courses.
During my visit, I was privileged to try the following dishes in their cafe:
Tinapa Wantons are crispy golden brown wantons stuffed with smoked fish paired with spicy tamarind vinaigrette. It was really tasty and very unique experience. I’ll rate it as HIT.
Monte Cristo is a French toasted sandwich filled with homemade ham and oozing with cheddar cheese. Isn’t this really good? I’ll give it an ACE.
I also tried the Pork Katsu which is a half-inch thick porkchop paired with shredded cabbage tossed in tonkatsu sauce. It was really heavy and a single serving is actually good for two. Talk about cheap eats or good deal. I also love the presentation. It’s a perfect ACE for me.
I love their Fresh Tomato Pomodoro. It was very rich in flavor. It’s linguine and chicken cooked in a medley of fresh tomatoes and herbs. It’s surely a comfort meal while reading a good book or just chilling out in the café. I’ll give it a HIT.
Of course, I also tried their famous Pour-over Coffee. It’s a deconstructed form – frozen espresso served with syrup and steamed milk. Talk about innovation! This is so cool. I enjoy doing boomerang video on while pouring the syrup and the milk. I’ll give it an ACE.
I really love how they put a simple cafe along with the study center. It helps students focus more on their studies. Instead of thinking of what to eat and where to buy, they’l just order in a snap. Talk about convenience and freshly prepared food! Yummmmm!
I can really recommend this place. I can’t wait to go back and try some other dishes again. The Tennis Foodie approved!
Quarks and Quills is open from 7 AM – 11 PM. To know more about the brand, you may follow them in their official social media accounts:
40 thoughts on “Quarks and Quill – Modern Study Cafe”
Oooo, those crispy golden brown wantons looked sooo good. Glad you enjoyed these meal, I would try them all (except pork, since I don’t eat that). I’ll give this blog post a HIT.
What an amazing idea. We don’t have anything like that around me. The food looks amazing and I love the idea of the educational help in house!
All the food looks so good! That french toast sandwich looks amazing!
🙂 I can clearly see that you are a food enthusiast.
Thanks for letting me know of all the food that you approved!
This place looks superb! The food looks delicious and the pour over coffee is right up my alley.
These all look so good! I’ll try to visit this when I go back to Quezon City next time.
Wow, that is such a beautiful place it looks so peaceful and very welcoming and the food that they serves looks really delicious.
certainly, the picked my interest after reading the writing, would love to visit their sometime to check out the amazing foods.
Every single dish looks beautifully served and so tasty 😍
Every single item of this food looks amazing! Wow! Great post.
What a neat place! Tea and coffee sound amazing, food looks good as well except I’m a vegan!
The pomodoro… fresh pour over… yummy cream…looks amazing! All of it is making me super hungry 🙂
This sounds like an ideal place to eat and study! The food looks great.
Beautiful place and great foods.
This place looks like an amazing place to eat. Every bit of food and drink looks delightful. Great atmosphere.
Loving the easy eats! They look super tasty!! Great bites while studying for sure!
I just had supper, but you are always making me hungry. Even though it’s late, I could go for a good cup of coffee right now!
Would love to try those wontons! The place looks amazing, too. Thank you for sharing.
I love the idea of a combi of food and study! And those wantons look absolutely delicious!
Aaaaahhhhh…I can definitely study and work from this space! All that food won’t go to waste, I assure you.
The monte cristo looks delish. Seems like a great place to study and chill!
Where was this place when I was still a student. This would have been a great place to go to. All those food look amazing though that omurice special instantly caught my eye.
That looks like a really nice place to grab some grub and chill with some friends.
The pasta looks delicious. You’re making me so hungry right now!
I’d get the monte cristo just for it’s name. 🙂 Looks like a decent and tasty way to spend some time.
This looks great! I would love to try it, I’ll go soon.
I had never heard of a study cafe before. Looks like an awesome place to check out.
That sounds like a good place for me to dine, and every food looks really delicious. YUM!
That place looks fantastic! I love the laid back atmosphere, and the food looks amazing.
This is the first time I have heard about a business like this. I love that they offer educational help/tutorials and serve those so delicious dishes too.
Monte Cristo here I come! Looks so good!
Looks great! I love wee quiet cafes to study in. I miss that part of life before lockdown when I could go external to my office and work elsewhere.
Putting both a study center and a cafe together is a great idea. I have always loved Monte Cristo sandwiches. That would be my go-to!
The French toast looks divine! Another great article that’s made me very hungry! Amazing work.
It looks like you had a chance to try so many yummy dishes 🙂 I always love visiting new places and trying new things
Oh wow, everything does look really tasty. I think the Monte Cristo would be my most favored thing there!
Wow, the cafe serves tasty items. I like munching while studying, so would enjoy the concept.
Sounds like a fun and exciting place and I am looking forward to visit there and try the food myself! – Thanks a for the review ~ Knycx Journeying
Wow, that sounds like a wonderful cafe to visit and chill at with friends. All those dishes look quite delicious as well.
What a seriously fun idea. I adore the idea behind this and not only does the place looks cosy, but the food looks good, too!
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