Steak under P500: Steak To One

Steak has got to be one of our favorite food and we know how expensive it could be. That is why we decided to create a “Steak under P500 blog series” where we will feature restaurants that offer steak worth P500 and below. (We might create one for our YouTube channel too, stay tuned!)

First on our list is something that we tried last February... it’s called Steak To One.

Steak to One is located inside the Quezon Memorial Circle.

We have been meaning to try this after learning it opened in 2016 but we rarely visit the area so we only ended up trying it out this year. Better late than never, right?

Steak To One offers appetizer, soup, salad, sandwich, meats, seafood, sides and dessert priced at P395 and below.

During our visit, a lunch-time, post-Valentine’s Day, we ordered pumpkin soup and two plate of steaks, T-Bone and Porterhouse.

The P85 worth pumpkin soup is already good for sharing. It’s not as creamy as the usual but it tastes just fine.

Meanwhile, we had the large T-Bone and Porterhouse which costs P285 and P390, respectively for 250 grams.

Regular T-Bone is priced at P168 while regular Porterhouse costs P280, both for 150 grams.

You can choose two sides and one sauce for every order of steak plate.

Here are the sauce choices:
  • Mushroom gravy
  • Pepper gravy
  • Chimichurri
Here are the side choices:

  • Sides plain rice
  • Java rice
  • Garlic rice
  • Roasted baby potatoes
  • Mashed potato
  • Coleslaw
  • Mixed Vegetable
For the T-Bone, we chose the chimichurri sauce partnered with garlic rice and roasted baby potatoes.

We ordered, java rice and mixed vegetables to accompany our porterhouse.

We also wanted to try Steak To One's Filet mignon which is priced at P280 (150g) and P390 for (250g) but it wasn't available during our visit.

Meanwhile, Ribeye also costs P280 (150g) and P390 for (250g).

You can upgrade your steak plate to surf and turf by adding P120.

The servers will happily ask how you want your steak done, they would also recommend in case you don’t know what you would like to order.

We loved our steak orders as they were cooked perfectly. We had ours medium done and medium rare.

While the meat was already good without sauce, we loved the chimicurri sauce as it complements the steak well.

The mushroom sauce was just okay but we prefer and we recommend the chimichurri.

The rice wasn’t as hefty so you may opt to order extra cup.

For the sides, we prefer the roasted baby potatoes as they were sauteed well while we felt that the mixed veggies are kind of bland. We recommend the latter for those who want healthier options.

We also wanted to try mashed potato but it wasn’t available during our visit.


Some orders take longer and there was only one server who attended us during our visit but it was understandable since we got in a little early, around 11 a.m. The store opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 10 p.m.


The place is not that big so it’s good for intimate dine-outs plus it’s located in the quiet corner side of the QC Memorial Circle. The seats were cozy and we liked the simple interiors. 

They also have TV screens that played NBA during our visit so if you wanted to watch sports channel, they have it here. We learned they also had pay-per-view of the recent Pacquiao-Thurman fight.

Overall, Steak to One is a place that we’d return to. It’s really a simple dining place where you can bring in friends and loved ones for an affordable and quality food. Imagine a tasty steak under P300? 

We want to try their bone marrow and baked cheesy shrimp on our next visit.

Good news! Steak to One is also on Zomato Gold! You can have two orders for the price of one.

If you are not a member yet, you can use our referral code:  THEE5530 here: to get 20% off on your membership.

Overall Eatventurers’ Rating: 5/5

Steak To One

Elliptical Rd, Quezon City, Philippines

Operating hours: 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Facebook: Steak To One PH
Instagram: @steaktooneph
Contact No.: (63) 2820279

***DisclosureNot sponsored. Meals were paid by The Eatventurers

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