Greenbelt and Glorietta, Manila

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    Cafe Bola: Cafe Bola

    by joysweet Written Sep 24, 2006

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    One of the fusion restaurants of famed chef Gaita Fores (with sister restaurants such as Cibo and Pepato). They serve Fusion Filipino Dishes. Loved their adobo flakes with rice. Kamias shake tasted like leaves hahaha

    Favorite Dish: Adobo Flakes with Kesong Puti - P120+
    Carbonarra Pasta - P120+
    Kamias Shake P60+

    cafe bola my sister kim at cafe bola kamias shake white pasta adobo flakes

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta - Pepato: Pepato

    by joysweet Updated May 23, 2007

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    Is the crown in Chef Gaita Fores chain of restaurants (Cibo, Cafe Bola, Pepato). Pepato is her "Fine Dining" Restaurant. Loved the ambiance, very quiet. We were seated at the window area where you can people watch (in fact I saw VTer Yellowbell while we were eating). Although their "maze" design on the window kept distracting me.

    Favorite Dish: Chorizo Pannacotta P250 - tasted a little weird for my taste hehhe

    Parma Appetizer 195 - this is frozen chico fruit wrapped in parma ham

    Carbonara 295
    Tagtalle Nero - 485
    Gumamela Iced Tea - 95
    Cerveza Negra - 175

    tagtalle negro carbonarra panacotta parma ham

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta: Gaudi Restaurant

    by joysweet Written Apr 22, 2007

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    Gaudi was obviously named after the famed Catalan native Antonio Gaudi. One of the few restaurants here in Manila serving authentic Spanish cuisine. The location is very nice, their balcony is overlooking the greenery of Greenbelt. Black Paella (Negre amb) is good, it was my first time to taste such a flavor of paella (was used to the seafood variety). Morcilla is blood sausages, quite freaky to try it at first, but it was ok, a bit too salty for my taste.

    Favorite Dish: Negre amb Ali i Oli - 600
    Morcilla - 140
    San Miguel Pale Pilsen - 55

    with 10% service charge and 12% vat

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    Gerry's Grill: Gerry's Grill

    by joysweet Written Nov 26, 2006

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    The Gerry's Grill chain is one of the more popular grill/barbeque restaurant in the city. Family and friends flock to bond, etc. This is one of the VT meeting choices here in Manila (aside from Max restaurant)

    Favorite Dish: Crispy Pata
    Boneless Bangus
    Sisig with Egg

    Gerry's Grill

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    Hard Rock Cafe: Lunch buffet

    by kylian74 Updated Apr 18, 2003

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    I love buffet, there is all the time choices of your wished dishes.....dine in for buffet and have some drinks, there are scheduled bands plays at hardrock.

    Favorite Dish: Usually we came here for buffet, it happened only once that I choose my meal from the menu book.
    They have wide range of foods, and yes it is mix....they have sushis, american and europeans and of course Filipino cuisine. Drinks are not included to buffet fee, but i assure you, it is worth to try these from appietizers to dessert.

    hard Rock Cafe, makati
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    • Food and Dining

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta: About 50 Restaurants to Choose From

    by bike_packer Written Mar 7, 2006

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    At the Greenbelt Area in the center of Makati are restaurants housed in 2 buildings fronting the very lush Greenbelt Garden. All set for that special dinner date - a choice of the restaurants' quiet airconditioned room; or the more relaxed garden setting in the open.

    Such a great number of restaurants here offering every cuisine you can imagine - foreign or local. Indeed, this is a favorite place for VT Meetings.

    Favorite Dish: The Filipino and Japanese food are excellent.

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta - Bubba Gump: Bubba Gump

    by joysweet Written Jul 1, 2007

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    Inpired by the movie Forrest Gump - their designs and food was based on the funny Tom Hanks Movie. The restaurant isn't a full as we were expecting during lunch time, probably because it is a bit expensive. We decided to try this because I love shrimp and I haven't eaten here yet. Service was excellent, they have this plates called "Run Forrest Run" in blue and "Stop Forrest Stop" in red. If you put up the red plate, the server will come to your table - no need to call them out or raise your hand. The food is good. Scampi was cooked in a good wine (according to Jose), their calamari is soft (squid was fresh). This restaurant is one that will be on our return list! :)

    Favorite Dish: Calamari Rings - served in a bed of lettuce with 2 sauce (i forgot to ask what the dips were) - 270p
    Scampi Linguini - one order is good for 2, so we had our order split. - 480p
    Bottomless Soda - 85p

    with 12% vat, 10% service charge, 1%Local Tax

    scambi calamari rings calamari rings with shredded lettuce when you don't need anything.... when you need the waiters

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    Cascada: Cascada

    by syllybabe Written Oct 16, 2002

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    A restaurant among a lot of others in the new Greenbelt 3. A nice place to meet for people who live and work around the Makati area. Cascada is on the second level. As the name denotes, I was hoping for a little more than a tiny wall fountain with water cascading from it but the food is good and the chilean red we ordered was excellent.

    Favorite Dish: Their steak was cooked perfectly and the presentation was quite pretty...for steak, that is. I had the salmon which was ok but nothing to rave about. For dessert we had fondue with different platters of fruit and cheesecakes and cream puffs. Sinfully chocolicious!

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta - Cascada: Cascada: Bounties of the land, Harvest of the Sea

    by joysweet Written Jul 3, 2007

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    Their tagline says: Bounties of the land, Harvest of the Sea

    I think their specialty is grilled food (they have a lot of barbeques, with the 7skewer their bestseller)

    Restaurant was very cozy for a lunch rush, not a lot of people eating; the food was so-so for me having ordered Steak and Egg (which turned out to be the local breakfast staple "Tapsilog").

    Jose ordered the prawn gambas which he said was very delicious, albeit a small serving (just 3 pieces of shrimp)

    Favorite Dish: We ordered:
    Lunch Special - Prawn Gambas with mixed veggies and garlic rice, clam chowder soup - 300p
    Steak and Egg with Garlic Rice and very small serving of salad - 200p
    Coke light - 50p

    With 12% Vat and 10% Service Charge

    steak and egg (tapsilog) prawn gambas cascada interior

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    Greenbelt and Glorietta: Big Buddha

    by joysweet Written Oct 9, 2007

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    Located at the 2nd floor of Greenbelt 3, this restaurant is very easy to miss as it is almost at the end of the building. The place has a very open feel to it. The food was good, better than Good Earth. They will give you free chips while waiting for your order. They serve quite fast considering they are on a 'cooked when order' basis, but I guess they already have the rice available and just stir fry the main dishes. It was funny though that they served the dumplings last. Bottomless drink was filled with ice to the brim, lessining the taste of the soda. House water served upon request.

    Favorite Dish: Crab Meat Fried Rice - 140
    Kung Pao Chicken 220
    Scallop Dumpling 90
    Chicken Egg Drop Soup - 85
    Pepsi Max Bottomless - 55

    with VAT and Local Tax, no service charge

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    GERRY's PLACE: Great Food and

    by broxx Written Nov 4, 2006

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    I had pancit bihon and pork barbeque skews.... with a watermelon shake... that was so good.
    Plus you add a little Calamansi juice into the food..WOW great flavor..

    Also they have a a good selection of shakes u must try...

    i heard it a great place for happy hour...
    You should check it out...

    2 thumbs up..

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  • Greenbelt and Glorietta: Style and Good Choices

    by michaeloss Updated Sep 3, 2006

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    If you are not looking for fast food chain of restaurants, then I would like to recommend you to drop by Greenbelt Mall in Makati, Manila.

    As a frequent traveler myself, I believe Greenbelt's diverse and trend-setting restaurants provide good choice for nice evening meals with your friends, loved ones or simply savouring the best of Manila good grade of restaurants.

    All these restaurants in Greenbelt Mall are trendy, in style, good deco, and most importantly providing excellent choices.

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    Kai ( in Greenbelt ): Konnichi with a twist

    by kenyneo Written Mar 23, 2006

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    The restaurant sits in the more quiet side of Greenbelt ( near Greenbelt one ) and has very simple yet artistic touch of ambience...and most importantly there wont be too many people there so its perfect for an enjoyable dinner ( compared to some other restaurants in Greenblet which sounds like wet market....) The restaurant which has nice Szechuan crab on the 2nd floor has a guy who plays piano and another singer who sings so loud inside the restaurant that you can hardly hear what your friends are saying

    Favorite Dish: that must be the Unagi with Foie Gras ..just imagine the milky grilled eel topped with a few slice of yummy foie gras ...not a bad combination ...and must say its worth the price of Peso 850 (abt RM 60 or USD 17 )...try it else you will regret.

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    Global Cafe: A Taste of the World

    by gypsysoul73 Written Jun 1, 2005

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    Asian-inspired with touches of Western influences. Very cozy with warm colors around you as you savor an ecclectic blend of textures , aromas and flavors from Asia, Europe and N. America.

    Favorite Dish: Garlic curry with roti chenai - Indian appetizer which is to die for.

    Bibimbap - Korean specialty

    Blackened catfish – served with tomato-mango salsa and creamed sweet potato

    Minced chicken with garlic, ginger and chili seasoned with Thai fish sauce, oyster sauce and tamarind sauce, and served with steamed rice and cucumber vinaigrette

    Don't leave without sampling at least one of their many scrumptious desserts! Get at least 2 to share.

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  • Pasha's: Pasha's

    by dgalv Written Mar 25, 2006

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    Located in Greenbelt #3. I was impressed. Like most restaurants in the area they had real good service. I did not know it is as popular as it is until I logged onto this site.

    Favorite Dish: I was here for lunch. I had a greek salad and chicken roasted pita with feta. It was quite good. I will go back

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