Last week, I had an opportunity to visit the grand opening of Devour Food Hub in Quezon City. One stall really made a mark on me because of their catchy and fun name – Yummy Belly. The brand was conceptualized by Eduardo Paez Jr. and partner, Patrick Andrew Dinong. The goal of the food business is to provide a festive vibe to each meal served.
I had a chance to try some of their best sellers. Here are some of the photos during my visit:
The lechon pork belly was one of the first meals I tried during my visit. I really like the crispiness of the skin as well as the tenderness of the meat. It was not oily and not too heavy. It was complemented with a nice toss of side salad with homemade vinaigrette and local gravy. Apart from the side, fresh fruits in the form of watermelon was served. Isn’t it refreshing? My verdict? An ACE!
I tried the Buttermilk Fried Chicken next. It was a unique twist to your usual fried chicken. The chicken was well cooked and it was paired with a small cup of mixed vegetables to make the plate more lively. My score? I’ll give it a HIT.
Lastly, I tried the Dinakdakan or the Ilocano Sisig. It uses grilled or fried pig parts such as ears, mascara (face), liver and brain. In their version, they added left over lechon belly to add crispy touch to it. It was paired with fresh seasoned fruits (watermelon) and side salad with freshly made vinaigrette. It may be spicy or sweet & sour. This version was a bit spicy. It was really tasty. It was one of my favorites as it features a classic Filipino dish with a twist. My verdict? An ACE of course!
I can really recommend Yummy Belly as a food stop in Devour Food Hub. I can’t wait to go back and try their other signature dishes. Please check out this space for more updates.
To know more about the brand, please visit them at Devour Food Hub, 1216 E.Rodriguez Brgy., Mariana, Quezon City, Philippines.
You can also follow their official social media pages:
Facebook: Yummy Belly
34 thoughts on “Yummy Belly Gastronomic Review”
Your food posts always look so appetizing! I really like the appeal and presentation of the Lechon Pork Belly and the Buttermilk Fried Chicken.
This looks way too tasty! I seriously am craving that buttermilk fried chicken right now. Thanks for sharing! 🙂 Delicious looking photos, too.
This place sounds amazing! I don’t know if I’m brave enough for the Dinakdakan, but I could eat that Buttermilk Fried Chicken all day long!
Ugh, looks so good! For sure something I would visit if I ever find myself in that part of the world 🙂
These plates look very savory! Thanks for sharing 🙂
Sounds like a great place to get some good food. I love how their food is presented and the serving is definitely huge. I’m pretty sure I’m going to love this place!
I’ve actually never heard of Dinakdakan before. My mother is someone who LOVES unique food and might be interested in this!
This looks like a really unique place and I really like the catchy name of it too “yummy belly” – the portion sizes are really generous, it looks like you really enjoyed your visit.
As an “almost” vegetarian, I don’t know if I’d be brave enough to try pork belly. However, your presentation makes a convincing case for it. Beautifully food photography!
It sounds like you enjoyed your visit at the opening of Devour Food Hub. What a catchy name–Yummy Belly.
My Fiance loves trying exotic foods i will share this with him. SOunds like a potential date night.
This is quite a variety of dishes. I would probably try the buttermilk country friend chicken.
The Buttermilk Fried Chicken would really get my attention and I’d try it for sure. I love fried chicken. Also the lechon pork belly looks like a delicious meal. I’d definitely visit Yummy Belly!
Pork belly and Buttermilk fried chicken?! I’m in heaven just reading this! What an amazing place to eat, and I love the name hehe! x
I would love to try buttermilk fried chicken with mixed vegetable gravy. It sounds enticing.
If I was a pig eater, I would 1000% be into this yummy belly feeding for sure!
Being that we are Cuban, lechon belly is one of our favorites! Seems like you were in for a treat!
This looks like such a great meal that you’ve put together!! Mixed veggies are a must-have in all of my meals — I’ve been getting them from my garden. 🙂
Certainly a fair range and variety here. Looking forward to having a try to experience these myself when visiting the Philippines.
Such a nice name it is very catchy. I love chicken a lot and that Buttermilk Fried Chicken looks really good and tasty.
It looks like a nice place to dine and the food that they serve looks really delicious.
Sounds like a great restaurant! Love the way the food is presented, so pretty!
This is such a great restaurant. The food looks so delicious. The food is served so tempting here. I loved the post. Thanks for sharing.!!
Glad to hear you had such a good experience with Yummy Belly. The photos look tasty!
Ok so the pork belly looks delicious! It’s like I can taste it through the picture. And I love buttermilk fried chicken, it makes the skin so much crispier and tasty.
All of this food looks amazing! Now I am starving!
Great photos as always. I love reading your reviews because they’re so detailed. Great post.
What an eclectic menu! We love pork belly and it always taste so different depending on how it’s cooked!
I’m vegan so I don’t have much to say about this, but i’m sure my mom would love to try this! Nice review!
Sounds like a good place. If I have a chance go to Philipines, I will go to this restaurant.
Sounds delicious! I love outdoor food events like this, there is always such a fun atmosphere and the food smells are amazing. Love the food you chose to feature.
Looks to be some great tasting food available here. I’d like to try the buttermilk fried chicken.
Oh gosh it looks so delicious. Wish that I could have this dish everyday instead of my school lunch 🙁
Looks yummy omg.I hope I can eat all the foods lol
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