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    Cantinetta: Classic Italian, no fusion cuisine here!

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

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    this is an Italian restaurant in Makati that don't scrimp on the Ingredients and makes truly authentic Italian dishes (not the filipinized sweet kind) that when you order a spaghetti here, it's not sweet! since they use Sun Dried Tomatoes and Sauce and not the sweet meat sauce that jollibee popularized! Unlike Other Italian Restos in the Philippines, they have Authtentic Italian Chianti Wines and Northern Italian Grappas and they have both north and south italian cuisine (Northern Italian Cuisine has no PASTA and PIZZA ok). And for the Kicker, they display and sell authentic italian stuffs like provolone cheese, parma ham, prosciutto bread, buffala mozzarella (mozarella cheese) and assorted chianti and grappas.

    They now have several branches around Metro Manila Area and this is their branch at Powerplant Mall in Makati City.

    opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 am everyday

    Favorite Dish: the original italian Bolognese Spaghetti (ground beef stewed in red wine) at 380 pesos, Carbonara (Cream sauce with bacon, egg and topped with parmesan cheese) at 390 pesos, Cantinetta Classica Pizza ( Tomato sauce, mozzarella cheese, Italian sausage, pepperoni and minced beef) at 550 pesos and Florentina Steak (Italian Style Steak) at 2,200 pesos. Tartufi Pasta at 580 pesos and giant shrimp scampi at 850 pesos.

    entrance Parma Ham and Provolone Cheese! cantinetta special pizza lasagna tartufo truffle infused pasta
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    Circles Events Cafe, Makati Shangrila: Multi Food Stations

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

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    Makti Shangrila is my Favorite Hotel in The Philippines and on a recent trip, I've discovered that the old garden cafe at the lobby has been renovated and has transformed into Circles Events Cafe of which the major difference now is the is has a multitude of food stations that are seen and you can see the chefs, sous chefs, assistants whip up a meal that you desire. the food stations represent international flavors (chinese station, indian station, american station, italian station, french station, sea food station and lots more!). The plush interiors and luxurious ornaments of this urban dining getaway make Circles Event Café the place to be like glass sculptures, marble floorings, wool carpets, frosted glass columns, state-of-the-art lighting, and a lush, tropical landscape that complements the modern feel of the interiors.

    Opens: 6:00 am to 10:00 am for breakfast buffet
    11:00 am to 2:00 pm for Lunch Buffet
    5:00 pm to 10:00 pm for dinner buffet

    Favorite Dish: breakfast buffets are free is you are staying in the hotel.

    for the dinner buffet, my favorites are: the first will be the Pan Fried Chilean Sea Bass w/ hollaindaise sauce, the fresh lobsters and rock lobsters, the USDA Choice Prime Rib Steak, Jumbo Tiger Prawn Tempura's or the Grilled Tiger Prawns with lemon butter sauce. the assorted tandoori oven cooked dishes and a whole lot more!

    prices for the buffet starts at 2,000 pesos a head (with refillable drinks) at lunch buffets and 2,400 pesos a head during dinner buffet (no refillable drinks)

    entrance cheers many choices more steak
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    Barcino's: Spanish Tapas and Wine Store in One

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    patterned after the fanmous taparias of Barcelona and Madrid Spain with a twist, they also sell assorted wines from around the world in glasses or in bottles plus the food is excellent.

    Barcino's is not the oldest Spanish Restaurant cum wine bar in the Philippines, but it surely popularized Spanish Tapas to filipinos and also became part of the growing wine appreciation of filipinos, who are more addicted into beers and liqours. Tapas before is only known as a filipino fried beef dish and now, filipinos know that spanish tapas are small servings of hearty meals, much like the amouse bouche or appetizer platters. Barcino's Tapas and wine bar is now more popular as a drinking joint than as an eating joint, hence my separate nighlife tips on it. they have 3 branches in Makati City, this is their branch at the Powerplant Mall.

    opens: 10:00 am to 12:00 am sundays
    10:00 am to 2:00 am regular days

    Favorite Dish: the calamares and paella which cost 350 pesos and 800 pesos respectively and the whole bottle of my favorite pinot grigio italian white sweet wine that cost 1400 pesos a bottle. besides the traditional spanish and other wines from around the world, which they offer by the glass or by the bottle, ranging from 300 to 500 pesos a glass to the Estrella Galicia Spanish Beers that cost 120 to 140 pesos (depending on the type, whether lager or dark ale or light) and their assorted cocktail drinks and their really strong Sangria Drinks (280 pesos a large glass and 800 pesos for a pitcher) and the favorite bar chow cum tapas of gambas (450 pesos), croquetas (350 pesos), calamares (380 pesos) and more, this is among the more famous nitespots in the Side Street Area of The Powerplant Mall.

    front inside cheers calamares paella
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    Grappas Ristorante: Microbrewed beers and Italian Food

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    home of the pivo praha microbrewed beer and an authentic italian restaurant

    If you like to eat pizza or pasta to the accompaniment of noise, commotion, and lots of people parading past, this is the place for you. Grappa's is decorated like a trattoria, but with big glass windows.

    Grappa's Greenbelt 3 is the remaining Grappa's franchise in The Philippines (Grappa's Started in Hongkong and Branched out in China and Philippines and was started by the El Grande group in 1990's). The interior façade is stylish and elegant,. The open kitchen shows you how the wonderful italian meals are cooked while providing some diversion, adds to the noise.. Homemade bread, served with olive oil and fresh Parmesan, is brought swiftly to every table (and replenished if desired. The salads are good here, as are the dozen or so authentic Italian pizzas and the even larger selection of homemade pastas.

    hours:

    Monday to Thursday - 12:00 pm to 11:00 pm
    Friday to Sunday - 11:00 am to 2:00 am

    Favorite Dish: the osso bucco!

    Grappa's Offer Lunch and Dinner Buffetts at 700 and 750 pesos daily and is really GOOD! and ala carte service, they also offer The Czech Micobrewed Beer Pivo Praha which cost 130 pesos a glass and 350 pesos a pitcher (The Best!) also available as ale or light or as dark weissen and for appetizers, their Baked Rockefeller Oysters at 3400 pesos are the Best!, also tryy their Osso Bucco (Italian Beef Shank Steak) at 600 pesos and Quattro Formaggi Pizza at 550 pesos, a knockout with the Microbrewed beer. Don't Forget to try what else "Grappa's", it's the Northern Italian Meal Wine and cost 280 pesos a glass.

    grappas inside iced tea tutti di mare pizza osso bucco
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    UCC Coffee: Greenbelt Branch of Popular Japanese Coffeehouse

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    their branch at the Greenbelt 5, located at the third level.

    UCC Coffee is a Leading Japanese Coffeehouse that expanded into Asia. It originated in the Wagyu Beef heartland of Hyogo prefecture in the town of Kobe in 1933. from there they expended and now has branches throughout asia. They are also known for their combination fruit smoothies and what else but japanese dish and sweets as accompaniment to their coffee.

    Their Coffee is strong but very aromatic and with a bitter aftertaste since they grow different types of arabica coffee in japan.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: a lot especially the yummy desserts like the cheesecake at 220 pesos a big slice, the panna cotta italian flan at 240 pesos an order, the Mango Cake at 260 pesos an order. the iced coffee which is 130 pesos an order and brewed iced tea at again 130 pesos , the kiwi-strawberry and the strawberry-kiwi-mango smoothie at 150 pesos an order, they are really flavorful and zesty. they have the japanese style penne pasta which costs about 380 pesos and banana dessert that i could not recall the name.

    to UCC iced latte mango cake panna cotta dessert
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    Fish & CO (Now Closed): Famous in Greenbelt 3

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    a popular seafood joint in the restaurant row of greenbelt 3

    Fish & Co is a singaporean Seafood chain that have branches in the Philippines and they offer various seafood meals and combos and what makes them unique is that they serve their seafood dishes (but not the pizza) in a Pan. This joint was popular in Greenbelt 3 area but unfortunately they closed down in 2012. If you want to taste Fish & Co, they still have 2 branches in the SM Mall of Asia in Pasay City and Trinoma Mall in Quezon City.

    Hours:

    M, T, W, Th, Su: 11:00AM - 11:00PM
    F, Sa: 11:00AM - 12:00MN

    according to their website:

    Fish & Co. serves food in a unique Mediterranean style - in a pan! This was an inspiration drawn from the simple practices of South African fisherman; who caught seafood fresh from the seas and cooked them immediately in the pan.

    At Fish & Co., all seafood is prepared in simple and straightforward manner. Using only the freshest fish and seafood, as well as natural ingredients like olive oil, herbs and various spices, Fish & Co. dishes up great tasting meals in generous portions - as a mark of quality and value.

    Favorite Dish: the seafood pizza and the fish and chips meal that cost 500 pesos and 400 pesos respectively.

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    Fish Out of Water (now closed): Seafood Galore plus some meat options

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    providing quite an assortment of seafood based dishes that has a broad international flavor. This seafood restaurant had a wide selection of international seafood dishes like the lobster thermidor, singaporean chili crab, crab maritess, sizzling blue marlin steak and more.

    but the place closed down in 2011 and the area is now occupied by the Bulgogi Brothers Restaurant.

    Favorite Dish: the seafoos paella

    facade rockefeller oyster humba seafood paella crab maritess
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    Tony Roma's: Classic American Place for Ribs and Steak

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    we all know that tony roma's is a famous ribs and steak consortium that has branches around the globe. This international chain started in the 1970's in the US State of Florida in Miami and it became famous around the world for their slow cooked ribs (mostly pork like baby back ribs, regular pork ribs, beef ribs and beef brisket and steaks) which they marinate in their secret wet rub and cooked for long hours. However, In Muslim Majority Countries where they have branches, they don't offer the assorted pork ribs for obvious reasons.

    They have 3 branches in the Philippines and this is their branch in Glorietta 4 in Ayala Center Makati City.

    Hours:

    Sunday to Thursday: 11.00am to 11.00pm (Last order: 10.30pm)
    Friday to Saturday: 11.00am to 12 midnight (Last order: 11.30pm).

    according to their website:

    Tony Roma's is a full service, casual dining family restaurant where you can find premier BBQ ribs and steaks in locations across the world. With over 150 family restaurant locations on six continents, Tony Roma’s is one of the most globally recognizable names in the industry. From Miami to Los Angeles, Orlando to Edmonton, and Tokyo to Madrid, Tony Roma’s serves its signature BBQ ribs, world famous onion loaf, and other steak, chicken and seafood entrees to thousands of guests every day

    Tony Roma’s is not just a place for ribs anymore. We have expanded our menu to focus on variety for all guests; not just rib eaters. We have an extensive selection of Steaks and Seafood entrees along with the most unique appetizers and mini desserts in our segment today. We have redesigned our buildings and our service to meet the ever-changing mindset of our guests.

    The Company’s mission is “Great Food delivered by Professional, Friendly Team Members resulting in Guest loyalty… Worldwide.”

    Favorite Dish: if you are a fan of Southern American Style Pork Ribs or Baby Back Ribs or Beef Brisket or Pulled Pork, then this is your restaurant. Regular 1 slab baby back ribs cost 850 pesos an order, 1 slab baby back ribs at 900 pesos an order, beef brisket at 900 pesos an order, 14 ounce USDA Rib Eye Steak at 1,700 pesos an order, Surf & Turf at 1,800 pesos an order. they also have other combo meals too.

    front menu french onion soup chicken linguini new york cut steak and chicken combo
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    Piazza Pazzo: famous Italian Resto & Gelato in Powerplant Mall

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    serving authentic italian style gelato in assorted flavors

    Piazza Pazzo is one of the many restaurants at the Concourse level of Powerplant Mall and this Restaurant Specializes in Italian Food Fare like assorted Pastas, Antipasti, Pizza's, Panini, Ciabatta and Foccacia Bread with different fillings and hearty northern Italian Fare like Osso Bucco. But their main draw here will be the authentic Italian Style Gelato with assorted flavors like Limoncello, Cappucino, Hazelnut Chocolate, Strawberries, Rasberries and a lot more.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: pasta dishes like lasagna, rigatoni, fettucini cost 280 pesos and up, italian sandwiches like ciabatta with fillings at 250 pesos and up and the yummy gelatos cost 80 pesos a scoop and 150 pesos for two scoops.

    pazzo assorted gelato wow gelato other choices
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    Kaya: Popular Korean Restaurant

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 13, 2014

    Kaya is a chain of Local Korean Restaurants that is popular for people on a budget (they have cheaper meals than the regular korean full service restaurants) serving typical korean dishes but the spiciness is tempered for the filipino palate as filipinos are not that fond of spicy food of which Korean Cuisine is famous. The serving here are small hence the cheaper price and korean cuisine is not known for large servings too. They have several branches around the Metropolitan Manila Area and this is their branch in Powerplant Mall in Rockwell Center and this branch always full of people at most times of the day.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: they have a wide selection of popular korean meals and assorted kimchi (banchan) and since this is a budget restaurant, they only offer 2 to 3 kinds of kimchi to guests for free (unlike in other expensive korean restaurants where they give 8 to 10 kinds of kimchi) and the favorite here are the chapchae korean glass noodles at 150 pesos an order (good for one), the beef bulgogi at 240 pesos per order (good for one), the assorted korean dumplings at 180 pesos an order and the spicy korean squid at 280 pesos an order. bibimbap cost 200 pesos an order.

    packed korean dimsum chapchae beef bulgogi spicy squid
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    Cafe' Macaron: French Macaroons, Light Meals, Pasta and More

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 12, 2014

    Cafe' Macaron is the main All Day Snack and Dessert Place of the Luxe Fairmont Hotel in Makati City (they have 6 restaurants and bars that are shared with the Raffles Hotel Manila as Both Hotels are located in a single complex and there is no wall that divides both hotel lobbies of both luxe hotels). Cafe Macaron offers a tantalizing selection of freshly-baked bread, desserts, pralines and pastries and don't forget the french macrarons! they got their name from it and french macarons here cost a princely 75 pesos a piece (as compared to other places in Makati that sell french macarons like bizu or TWG tea from 42 to 55 pesos a piece). They also offer light meals like pastas and sandwiches and paninis.

    Hours of Operation

    Breakfast
    6:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. daily

    All-day ala carte is from 11:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. daily

    Favorite Dish: why the princely french macarons of different flavors at 80 pesos a piece. ala carte order of pesto pasta will be 450 pesos an order and salmon sandwich will cost 400 pesos an order. a cheesecake slice at 160 pesos per order. Clam Chowder cost 350 pesos.

    hey this is a fairmont hotel after all, not a run of the mill hotel.

    cafe macaron french macarons sandwiches and paninis cheesecakes yummy
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    Sweet Bella Cafe: Yummy Desserts and French Macaroons

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 12, 2014

    this will be my separate tips of the Sweet Bella Cafe part of the Carmelo's Wagyu Steaks as both are located in the same restaurant. There are actually more people eating at the Sweet Bella Portion and the customers also sit at the steakhouse section as more people eat at the Sweet Bella Section than Carmelo's Section since the Luxe steakhouse cost an arm an a leg!

    Sweet Bella Cafe is one of the newest dessert places in the metro manila area and is owned by a daughter of the famous Melo's Chain of Steakhouses. It is one of the packed places in the Greenbelt 5 area and most people come here to indulge in their sinful cheese cakes, short cakes, french macaroons, chocolate mouse and a lot more. They now have a branch in Burgos Circle in Bonifacio Global City and at the Molito Complex in Alabang, Muntinlupa.

    Opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    according to their website:

    Sweet Bella Cakes & Pastries is dedicated in providing our customer with quality gourmet Specialty Cakes, French Macarons, Pralines, Breads and Dessert Bar.

    The Chef behind Sweet Bella, Cristina Santiago-Rivera's passion for desserts earned her culinary diploma at California Culinary Academy in San Francisco, CA. Daughter of Melo Santiago, famous owner of Melo’s Steakhouse, Chef Cristina assisted in their family business concentrating on Operations and headed the Pastry department.

    Due to her innovative and creative talent, Chef Cristina attracted several high praises from prominent food critics and guests complimenting her great desserts with her modern art presentation. These motivated her to pursue her passion. With the help of her family, Sweet Bella was born last 2005.

    Favorite Dish: there is literally a lot to choose from as they have wonderfully sinful desserts like godiva chocolate flavored cheescakes at 370 pesos a slice, strawberry cheesecake topped with big strawberries at 340 pesos an order, assorted french macaroons that melt in your mouth at 45 pesos per piece and mango cheesecake with lots of mango toppings at 320 pesos an order.Ice latte at 140 pesos per order. this is dessert heaven!

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    Carmelo's Wagyu Steaks & Sweet Bella Cafe: Wagyu Steaks & Desserts all in One (2)

    by machomikemd Written Aug 12, 2014

    part two of my tip with more pictures of the steakhouse and dessert cafe fusion

    this will be my separate tip on the steakhouse, I will have a separate tip for the dessert cafe..

    The founder of The Modern Steakhouse in the Philippines is Carmelo Santiago. affectionally known as "Melo" and he founded several luxe steakhouse around the Capital under Melo's and House of Wagyu and Wagyu Stone Grill Brands and when he retired, he left control of the chain to his 3 daughters and one of them Rebranded Melo's Chain the she holds into Carmelo's Wagyu Steaks and also made her separate dessert place called Sweet Bella Cafe, which has separate branches. But she mixed these two brands in this location in Ritzy Greenbelt 5, hence the name.

    They have a wide selection of different steak cuts from different kinds of cattle, ranging from Cerfitied Angus Beef, USDA Prime, Australian Wagyu, New Zealand Meat, Japanese Kobe Beef and local Kitayama Wagyu and the premium prices to boot!

    they show you the different steak cuts from the freezer which are wet aged and ask you the level of doneness you want and then just wait and then viola! they also have other dishes beside the steak like surf and turf, chilean seabass, prawn thermidore, swordfish steaks and more.

    opens: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: : what else but the assorted australian wagyu steaks.

    Certified Angus Beef Cuts like a 12 ounce rib eye cost 1.900 pesos an order, Australian 8 ounce rib eye grade 10 wagyu cost 3,800 pesos an order and a 24 ounce australian wagyu porterhouse steal cost 4,800 pesos an order. 6 ounce japanese A5 Kobe rib eye beef at 5,200 pesos an order. need I say more?

    24 ounce australian wagyu porterhouse steal menu dessert the wet aged steaks Kobe Beef A5 8 ounce Rib Eye Steak
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    Carmelo's Wagyu Steaks & Sweet Bella Cafe: Wagyu Steaks & Desserts all in One (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 12, 2014

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    this will be a two part tip with more pictures of the steakhouse and dessert cafe fusion

    this will be my separate tip on the steakhouse, I will have a separate tip for the dessert cafe..

    The founder of The Modern Steakhouse in the Philippines is Carmelo Santiago. affectionally known as "Melo" and he founded several luxe steakhouse around the Capital under Melo's and House of Wagyu and Wagyu Stone Grill Brands and when he retired, he left control of the chain to his 3 daughters and one of them Rebranded Melo's Chain the she holds into Carmelo's Wagyu Steaks and also made her separate dessert place called Sweet Bella Cafe, which has separate branches. But she mixed these two brands in this location in Ritzy Greenbelt 5, hence the name.

    They have a wide selection of different steak cuts from different kinds of cattle, ranging from Cerfitied Angus Beef, USDA Prime, Australian Wagyu, New Zealand Meat, Japanese Kobe Beef and local Kitayama Wagyu and the premium prices to boot!

    they show you the different steak cuts from the freezer which are wet aged and ask you the level of doneness you want and then just wait and then viola! they also have other dishes beside the steak like surf and turf, chilean seabass, prawn thermidore, swordfish steaks and more.

    opens: 11:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: what else but the assorted australian wagyu steaks.

    Certified Angus Beef Cuts like a 12 ounce rib eye cost 1.900 pesos an order, Australian 8 ounce rib eye grade 10 wagyu cost 3,800 pesos an order and a 24 ounce australian wagyu porterhouse steal cost 4,800 pesos an order. 6 ounce japanese A5 Kobe rib eye beef at 5,200 pesos an order. need I say more?

    the Steakhouse Part Sweet Bella Cafe Section bread and rolls plus butter iced tea clam chowder

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    Fely J's Kitchen: Kapampangan Cuisine

    by machomikemd Updated Aug 12, 2014

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    is a restaurant named after the mother of the deceased restauranteur Larry J Cruz who has a string of concept restaurants around the Capital City and this restaurant specializes in kapampangan regional and some asian fusion food. Th Restaurant has various meals that comes mainly from the Culinary Capital of The Philippines, the Pampanga Province as this is where she was born and the restaurant also features Fely J’s treasured recipes which she picked up in her travels around the World. The restaurant also offers a variety of National Filipino and Asian Dishes and this restaurant can be packed full of people more so during lunch and dinner times. The restaurant is located along the 2rd floor of Greenbelt 5.

    Opens:

    Monday – Sunday / 11:00 am – 11:00 pm

    Favorite Dish: the kapampangan version of the spanish paella. the "Bringhe" is the star of the show and an order costs 390 pesos, other bestsellers include Fely J's Temple Crab at 90 pesos per 100 grams, Lola Ising's Adobo at 350 pesos an order, chicken inasal (half chicken) at 340 peso an order ,the regional pampanga specialty fried spicy cricket called "camaru" at 450 pesos an order and a lot more.

    the resto menu fried cricket chicken inasal bringhe
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