Sta. Teresa Restaurants, Dumaguete

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Dumaguete restaurant Restaurant

Sta. Teresa Restaurants

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and after-dinner beer and grill

Sta. Teresa Restaurants
Main:Hibbard Avenue, Tugas, Piapi, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines 6200
Land Line:(035)422.1336
Hours:7:00am-10:00pm Mon-Fri, 7:00am-9:30pm Sat
Facebook: Sta. Teresa Restaurants

Downtown Br:  Door #2, ATL Building, Dr. V. Locsin Street (near UyMatiao Building), Dumaguete City
Hours:7:00am-10:00pm Mon-Fri, 7:00am-9:30pm Sat
Member Since:Sept 16, 2011


Sta. Teresa offers 2 locations to serve you traditional Filipino dishes in an upscale carinderia setting. The concept is to provide a cozy dining atmosphere while serving fast and high quality Filipino cooking. Air-conditioned dining at the downtown branch and alfresco dining at the main branch. Casual attire, parking lot and street parking available.

  • Favorites - Pork Adobo, Prok Binagoongan, Pork w/ Calamansi, Chicken Halang-halang
  • Hot Plates - Sizzling Squid and Sizzling Marlin
  • Desserts - Halo-halo Fiesta, Casava Bibingka and Maiz con Yelo
  • Snacks - Meaty Spaghetti, Subway Sandwich, Grilled Flat sandwiches. (Downtown Br.)
  • Drinks - San Miguel Pilsen, San Miguel Light, Red Wines, Champagne, Coca-cola Products, and Shakes
  • Off the Grill - Pork Liempo, Pork BBQ, Grilled Chicken, Grilled Squid (6-10pm @ Main Br.)
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food counter friendly faces grilled squid meaty spaghetti
sizzling squid Sta. Teresa downtown branch Sta. Teresa main branch Sta. Teresa subway

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Rowena Dupio star rating star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Dec 19, 2012) Exceptional value! a must talaga sa pictures pa lang eh takam na takam ka

Kram BacharoKram Bacharo star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Apr 8, 2012) good food choices, nice place. unfortunately some servers are very hard to talk to especially if you are not speaking Bisaya

Foodtripper star rating star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Mar 19, 2012) I have not visited Dumaguete in 4 years since I graduated from Silliman, and I cannot leave Dgte unless I visit Sta. Teresa. It's one of the best places here for me throughout the years and I will always keep coming back. :)

Eva SulitEvangeline Sulit star rating star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Mar 15, 2012)'s too good to be true for a carinderia setting - the food, ambiance and the people going in and out to dine, is a suggestive picture of a very good eatery.

Angelo A. VillanuevaAngelo A. Villanueva star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Nov 11, 2011) Nice ambience with value for money!

Gigit SulitGigit Sulit star rating star rating star rating star rating
(Sep 20, 2011) I'm a carinderia guy - I love carinderia cooking. However, in this day and age of cost-cutting, I've become wary of what cost-cutting measures the traditional carinderia owner takes. Since then, I'd been in search of carinderia food that's not only home-cooking goodness, but also provides me assurance of kitchen hygiene and decent/acceptable ingredients - I don't mind paying a little more premium for that 'safety'. I found this in Sta. Teresa. The ambience is laid-back alfresco restaurant dining and food tastes great!