Makati Food Tour by Raintree Restaurants
As that famous song goes – Food Glorious Food! – there is no denying that that is just what you shall be singing as you take a look at what the Makati Food Tour by the Raintree Restaurants has to offer. We decided to join this food tour that was organized by the Raintree Restaurants.
The plan was to go to 5 restaurants over 2 days, while we were staying in Makati. The Raintree Restaurants group offers delectable foods and they are renowned for their expertise in this line of business. Their name is related to upscale dining in this area, and practically all of their restaurants have a very good reputation, including the Saboten, the Kabila, M Café, Simple Lang and the Terraz Bistro.
We loved all of these 5 restaurants and it was a truly enjoyable and gustatory experience for all of us. The food was simply delicious, and the service was great. Moreover, the ambiance was simply perfect, and we all had a great time.
Simple Lang, which is near the Ayala Triangle Gardens was where we went first. The restaurant’s main goal is to serve good food in a simplified manner.
We loved the various local dishes that we were served here, which were all given a particular twist. Appetizing and colourful foods were offered in a nice ambiance.
We tried out the Batchoy Yan, the Hot Ginataang Bilo-Bilo, the Crispy Palabok, the Turon Bites and the Simpleng Arroz Caldo.
On our second day, we went there again and tried out other dishes, which were just as delicious.
We loved the Totoong Tokwa’t Baboy, the Fresh Lumpia Rolls, the Pansit Tinola and the Olocos Style Sisig Empanada.
Another one of our stops was the Terraz Bistro, which was very close by.
This restaurant is decorated in a chic way and is ideal for private dining as well as bigger events, including social gatherings and corporate meetings.
Contemporary comfort cuisine is their speciality here. Here we tried out several dishes, which were truly sumptuous.
We loved the Simple Saffron Spaghetti, the Pavlovaz, the Spicy Terraz Corned Beef Adobo, the Buttered Tilapia Saltimbocca and the Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna, amongst others.
Another great place was the Museum Café, which is known as M Café in short.
Besides being a great place to have lunch or dinner, this restaurant is simply superb for breakfast, as we realized. This is an outstanding restaurant, which is located close to the Ayala Museum, thus its name. their speciality is Asian cuisine with a modern twist.
Here we had delicious Hainan Chicken Noodles and Shark’s Fin Dumplings, Omelette with Jamon Excellente, M Benedict, and a great Asian Fruit Platter.
Another great restaurant we tried out was the Kabila Filipino Bistro. Here we went at lunchtime and we really enjoyed the delicious Filipino food.
There were several dishes we could have tried out and we were literally spoiled for choice.
Some of this restaurant’s specialities include the Ensaladang Kabila, the BBQ Chicken Inasal, the Seafood Guava Sinigang, the Slow-grilled Gindara and the Kabila’s Pork Bagnet.
Personally I loved the Fresh Lumpia sa Kabila ad the Leche Flan Turon.
Finally we went to eat at the Saboten, where we enjoyed the authentic tonkatsu and other Japanese dishes.
The Shrimp Fry Set was awesome, and other dishes such as the Tenderloin set, the Claypot Chicken set and the Miso Katsu Tenderloin set were great to.
We tried out several others, and ended up stuffed!
There is no denying that these 5 restaurants were simply awesome. They offered us a vast selection of appetizing foods which we all enjoyed and recommend!