There's a Reason Alfredo’s Steak House Has Survived Over 40 Years
Yes, the Quezon City institution is still open.
(SPOT.ph) Social media can be a great place to get firsthand info—but it can also be a breeding ground for misinformation. Case in point: there's been fake news going around about Tomas Morato steakhouse Alfredo’s Steak House supposedly closing their doors—something that the family-owned establishment was quick to discredit via a post on Facebook. Chef Gene Gonzalez shared the post in a public screenshot.
Alfredo’s Steak House is an institution in Quezon City. The restaurant started out as Alfredo’s Country-Style Steaks along Timog Avenue in 1968, according to the University of Santo Tomas’ official student publication The Varsitarian. It was named after the owner and first chef of the restaurant, Alfredo Araneta, who was an alumnus of the University of Santo Tomas and a farmer who loved grilling. As they grew more popular, they sought to expand, and so they built Alfredo’s Steak House on Tomas Morato avenue in 1973. Their steaks are still some of the best you can get in Quezon City.
Alfredo's is currently taking orders for pickup—you can place your orders by dialing 0917-811-1655 one day in advance. On their lineup are steak cuts of all sorts, and for all budgets. You can't go wrong with the Tenderloin Steak (P675/200 grams) or Filet Mignon Steak (P745/200 grams), but you can also go grand with the U.S. Filet Mignon Steak (P920/200 grams) or U.S. Rib-eye Steak (P1,430/300 grams). All their steaks are served with mashed potatoes, buttered corn, and steakhouse gravy for a complete and satisfying meal.
Alfredo’s Steak House is at Tomas Morato corner Scout Lazscano Street, Laging Handa, Quezon City. For orders, contact 0917-811-1655. For more information, check out Alfredo’s Steaks’ Facebook page.
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