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Tikme Dine: Experience the provincial vibe in Quezon City

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What if we tell you that this place is a former food park? Yes, if you’re familiar with North Hive Food Park, this is the look of the place now.

The name of the restaurant is Tikme Dine which is a Batangas word and means “Tikman Dito“.

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Tikme Dine is under Royalcare Marketing Services, which is an insurance company that caters healthcare, fire, car, and building insurance. Together with Tikme Dine, they also have The Royalcare Garden, The Royalcare Venue, and Super Talipapa Express.


Upon entrance, the guard will immediately check your temperature as part of their safety protocols. To all plantitos and plantitas, better get ready as the place is surrounded by plants and trees.

The Royalcare Garden sells different ornamental plants while Super Talipapa Express sells vegetables online.

They also have some nipa huts where you can dine-in if you miss the provincial vibe.

If you’re wondering, they are also open for private events via The Royalcare Venue. As of this writing, their function room is not yet open but they offering this open area for garden weddings, debut, christening, etc.

This area can accommodate up to 50 pax. When we went there, some couples are doing ocular visits for their upcoming weddings.

This view will welcome you as you go to the restaurant…

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Note that the place is not yet fully finished. In fact, the balcony area where we dined in just opened the same day of our visit. This place is ideal for a romantic date night.

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If you don’t want to dine at the balcony, you can choose to stay at the lanai area.

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Before we go on to the food in Tikme Dine, here’s the complete menu of the restaurant. They have ala carte and group meals.

Now, let’s go on to the food they offer. Since the name of the restaurant came from Batangas, expect that majority of the food here are from the said province.

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For the appetizer, we tried their Crispy Veggie Okoy. Most of our friends know that I’m not a fan of vegetables. But since I love the regular okoy, I gave this a try. And it was so good! You can’t taste the vegetables in there. Plus the vinegar dip was so good too!

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Crispy Veggie Okoy

For the mains, we tried the Beef Wanton Mami. Of course it’s much better if you have Asado Siopao on the side. The beef were so tender plus the soup was flavorful.

We also got to try the Sizzling Bulalong Batangas. It’s our first time to try this kind of food and it was really good. The sauce was flavorful and again the beef were tender.

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Sizzling Bulalong Batangas

For the desserts, we had Kapeng Barako and Suman which are famous in Batangas.

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Kapeng Barako and Suman


Food – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Price – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Service – ⭐⭐⭐⭐

Ambiance – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Location – ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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If you miss visiting your province or just missing the provincial vibe, this is the perfect place for you. Open-air, plant-filled, and cozy place for your friends and family. Plus, they are catering private events! Just message them for more informations. Can’t wait to go back and see the finished look of Tikme Dine.



Landline: 0275039895

Mobile: 09661605049 | 09323459352


7:00 AM-9:00 PM, daily


Blk 5 Lot 19-20 Don Faustino St., Holy Spirit, Quezon City

Former North Hive Food Park


Facebook: Tikme Dine


  1. WOW! l love the vibes, atmosphere and idea of this restaurant! Very creative, native, nature-themed, what else? the foods looks yummy too. I will add this on my list to visit on my next trip to Philippines!

  2. WOW! l love the vibes, atmosphere and idea of this restaurant! Very creative, native, nature-themed, what else? the foods looks yummy too. I will add this on my list to visit on my next trip to Philippines!

  3. blair villanueva says:

    The whole ambiance is very lovely and relaxing! I think it is definitely a must-visit place. Those foods are divine!

  4. Good food coupled with great ambiance – Tikme Dine has it. I love the garden area, and lanai area. I want to try in the future to dine there. Balik tayo dyan ne?

  5. I love the open area!!! It’s really safer eating outdoors, especially during this pandemic and what a line up of food!!! Mukhang masarap talaga lahat and it’s been a while since I’ve eaten a well-cooked filipino meal. Huhuhu. Sarap naman bisitahin nito.

  6. The place looks lovely! It’s indeed a nice venue for wedding receptions and other events. 🙂 Aww I miss the kapeng barako and suman from Batangas! Yum!

  7. I notice you didn’t say much about the kapeng barako and suman. I’m from there and I hope that they caught the proper Batangan flavor with the suman, I really love that dessert cause it is so convenient, like opening up a banana hehehe. And did you take your coffee with just some brown sugar? that’s how we usually do it. I l love the place as an events place, and I can definitely see this as a nice, small private wedding venue with our current situation.

    PS: kakamiss tuloy umuwe doon sa may amen. ga iyan. HAHAHA

    1. Karlaniiinz says:

      Oh, legit kapeng barako naman. And wala kaming hinalo na cream and sugar. Hehe yung suman is good din according to boyfriend. Di kasi ako masyado fan ng mga kakanin ?

  8. Sobrang sarap tingnan ng food! But yeah, i love the provincial vibe, too. Di ko ma-click yung menu to check the prices.

  9. The place looks soooo provincial nga.. pero yung food mismo nya.. yun mismo ang mas naka capture ng provincial feeling.. btw what does tikme mean?

  10. Janella Herrera says:

    Ang hirap tignan ng ganito kaaga, nakakagutom! Mahilig panaman ako sa okoy. Huhu. PArang ang sarap sarap din nung Beef Wanton Mami. Hay, sana ma-visit ko yung place na ‘to soooon

  11. Kahit from the province where I live, mga ganitong vibe ng places and food pa rin yung pinupuntahan ko kasi I love eating na parang sa pyestahan sa katakawan ko ? Sarap ng vibes din talaga na kumain outdoor noh na tipong malapit na malapit ka sa nature. Hay nakakamiss lumabas! ?

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