Where to eat in
With a lot of choices in Greenbelt 5, it helps to have someone else
narrow it down for you so that’s exactly what we’ll do in this rundown.
:Expensive but definitely worth it
For fine dining, we like Zuni. Their service is
impeccable from the time they welcome you
at the door, all through out your meal and
even for special requests. A great example
of this was when a friend requested for
something that’s no longer on the menu and
they obliged. Don’t forget to try their
scallops, some crème brulee for dessert
and the wine selection is pretty good too.
:Fairly affordable Thai food
For comfortable dining without really hurting
your pocket, you can reserve a table at
Mango Tree Bistro. Their grilled is cooked to
perfection so make sure to order that along
with the pomelo salad because every bite
is a feast for the senses then finish it up
by sharing up a plate of tako khao.
Mesa: Affordable Modern Filipino cuisine
For the good old Filipino food there’s Mesa. Some of their
more interesting takes on Filipino favorites are the boneless crispy pata
which basically means the same thing but with less of a hassle because
they already took out the bones for you and the crispy leche flan which
is a lovely combo of flan inside a turon.