May 22, 2014

Ces Garden Cusine at Quezon Memorial Park

It requires for me to wake up very early when my family decides  to have a picnic at a park because I have to prepare our baon (snack). Imagine waking at 3am to be able to cook the rice, hotdogs, eggs, longanisa, ham, fried fish, juices and more. It's such a lot of work since we don't have a house help to share the load.

It's good to know that there's an affordable eat-all-you can breakfast every weekend at Quezon Memorial Park. 

I had a wonderful time talking to Ms. Cecile about their business. Ces Garden Cusine started in 1987 in a small barong barong, under Charito Planas Foundation until the turnover in 2008 under Mayor Belmonte. Ces Garden Cusine now occupies big space inside Quezon Memorial Park. They also have a catering business for just P250 per head, with complete set-up.

Ces Garden Cusine is co-owned by sisters, Ms. Ces and Ms. Mary Jane (not in photo) and their respective husbands.

I also got to interview two of Ces Garden Cuisine's loyal clients, sweethearts Janine Marie Emit and Filrichard Yasay. They said that they're not big on buffets but because Ces Garden Cusine serves up to 25 menu, it's super sulit at P129 with bottomless juice! 

On our next visit to Quezon Memorial Park, I don't have to worry about preparing food because at Ces Garden Cusine, adults get to eat and drink all you can at P129 only, while the kids get to eat and drink all you can at P99 only!

Ces can accommocate up to 200 people but reservation is required if your group is 10 and up.

Happy diners!

For big groups or special occasions reservation is required. 
Contact Ms. Cecile Imperial or Ms. Mary Jane Pangilinan 
at 426-1758, 359-6706, 931- 0557 
 Address: Quezon Memorial Park, Eliptical Road, Quezon City


  1. Such a sumptuous meal to start a day with a very affordable price. I love crispy fried tawilis, dinuguan and all. So affordable that I could bring barangay and treat them to eat all you can breakfast!

    1. pag tinreat mo bgy, sama ko ha. magka bgy naman tayo e...


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