Down the road in Quezon City, there’s this one spot that stole the show when their version of Eggs Benedict came out of the kitchen. Instead of amplifying with typical ham or bacon, their homemade longganisa carried the weight and made it remarkable. And that’s just one of what Chef Fham can cook up in her magical kitchen. The new not-so discovered Flavours by Chef Fham deserves to be known in the online world.
Flavours by Chef Fham loves the idea of integrating old and new favorites putting them up in one menu of comforting dishes. No specific cuisine, simply comfort and easy-going dishes. The menu seemed shady at first, comfort yet fancy food names on the list  with prices not over P300. For real??
There was only one way to find out. Hence, my foodie face on and ready to attack the dishes.

The Food:

Tomato Soup (Php 150)
Rate: 4/5
First plate, I already put a checkmark on plating. It was fairly obvious the chef who simmered this Tomato Soup has patience and impressive taste for good food. O and I could be particular with tomato dishes, including tomato soup. We understand the process and patience in coming up with a competent bowl of thick, rich and real tomato soup. Flavours by Chef Fham gave us a bowl that was too generous for its price made of fresh tomatoes, bacon, creme fraiche, chickpeas, croutons and toast. You wouldn’t want to skip this soup of Chef Fham.
Top It Fries (Php 160)
Rate: 4/5
Held it once, twice, thrice and nobody else could tell me to stop holding my fork to pick up those thick cut fries with salpicao-like pork strips, pepper gravy, cheese sauce and chilies. Even in the middle of main course, knowing Top It Fries plate isn’t empty engaged me to get some more.
Ben’s Eggs and Longganisa (Php 210)
Rate: 5/5
Step aside Eggs Benedict, Chef Fham’s local version called Ben’s Eggs and Longganisa gets the spotlight. Truth: Chef Fham’s longganisa is made from scratch. Thanks to her mom who gave her the recipe. Layered with longganisa, this recipe acquired a kick of fun and spice.
Baked Bangus (Php 230)
Rate: 5/5
I paused for a moment and thought all the glory goes to Ben’s Eggs and Longganisa. With my first encounter with this Baked Bangus crafted with homemade pickled mushrooms, I declare it’s a tie. Let’s start off with one big part of the plate – cheesy bangus. Boneless bangus is baked with cheese and parsley until all the flavors merge in. I enjoyed my pace with the bangus alone. Although, I heard it wasn’t complete until I experience Chef Fham’s homemade pickled mushrooms, balancing the cheesiness of the bangus with the mushrooms’ vinegar blend.
Sausage Ragu Pasta (Php 195)
Rate: 4/5
A team composed of linguine pasta, Hungarian sausage, fresh tomatoes, green and black olives, capers and sundried tomatoes. Richness of tomatoes stayed vigorous in its sauce embracing long pasta strands. Fit for those who call dibs on pasta.
Kebab Burger (Php 210)
Rate: 4/5
One comfort food met another comfort food in this Kebab Burger. Two food fantasies compact into one. I’d always raise my hand asking for extra sauce when I’m in a kebab restaurant. It’s one thing I’m concerned about. Some more garlic mayo sauce is not a problem at Flavours. Ask for more and they’ll give you some more. Just don’t overdose and its flavors’ essence will die. I think Kebab Burger is one of the enthralling ones in Chef Fham’s kitchen.
Mom’s Mechado (Php 250)
Rate: 4/5
Chef Fham’s long journey in the culinary industry didn’t make her forget where she started, from her mother’s influence. To honor her mom, Flavours serve classic Mom’s Mechado that is now becoming one of the most-loved dishes in the restaurant.
Mint Nutella Honey Toast (Php 150)
Rate: 4/5
As we fade to the last meal, Mint Nutella Honey Toast awakened our sweet senses. Powerful mint ice cream on top of thick brioche toast with honey and nutella spread. Dosed with peppermint sprinkles and Chantilly cream, ending the dinner with dessert isn’t just a throwaway of money.
Flavours Mint Ice Tea (Php 75)
Rate: 4/5
I was supposed to neglect their ice tea, assuming it’s what I normally taste in regular restaurants. Ice tea lovers, I’m recommending Flavours Mint Ice Tea to relax and cool your hot summer bodies. Haha!
Cucumber Lemonade (Php 140)
Rate: 4/5

The Ambiance:

Tiny little space inside the air-conditioned room while a breathable space outside with enough ventilation. Big groups can be accommodated outside while couples might fit into the small air-conditioned space. I suggest, wear comfy cotton fabric, not double layers of fabric like what I did. Being used to air-conditioned rooms might cause you a little irritation. I suggest, if you’re on your game for a food trip, wear real comfortable clothes as you enjoy Flavours’ comfort food.
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The Food Scout
Location: 12 Cuatro de Julio St. Galas, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating Hours: 11:00AM-10:00PM (Sun-Thur) / 11:00AM-1:00AM (Fri-Sat)
Contact: (+632) 587-6486
Budget: PHP250++

Food 9/10
Ambiance 8/10
Service 8/10
Cost 9/10
Overall 8.5/10