Let’s Eat: Gayuma ni Maria (Quezon City, PH)

No Juan Is An Island

Mischievous, inimitable, comfy – 3 words to describe this restaurant.


Located at the tipmost part of Maginhawa Street in Quezon City is a quirky named restaurant called Gayuma ni Maria. It has become widespread for its outlandish interior. (The word “gayuma” means “love potion”). The menu is as eccentric as the restaurant’s theme. Every dish is named/related to love, commitment, desire and passion.

Here is a quick guide to their menu: (Photos uploaded here are those food that we have tried. I guess I have to go bac and try their desserts).


Attraction – Appetizer

Tuliro – A nacho cheese dish with savory and yummy chicken/ pork flakes mixed in with …185.00

Forces – a fusion of “gayumatized” cheese, pesto and tomato spread served with garlic toast 105.00

Undress Me – Romaine heart salad with fruits with a choice of citrus vinaigrette, Balsamic vinaigrette, mignonette vinaigrette 185.00


Courtship – Soup

Peek-a-Boo –…

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2 thoughts on “Let’s Eat: Gayuma ni Maria (Quezon City, PH)

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