October 17, 2017

Wild Poppy in Makati: Tea-infused alcoholic cocktails

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    Poblacion, Makati is one of the hippest and worth visiting place in Makati. The nightlife is booming and the crowd keeps in flooding in every night. At Wild Poppy, every dish is an innovation and the drinks are concocted for all the tea-lovers.

    The interiors are cozy and feminine

    From an old house, it was converted as a haven for people who want to dine, eat good food, and sip on unique drinks. Wild Poppy is a mature afternoon tea place, where everyone could drink liquor while ordering dishes with a twist. The interiors are similar to a glamorous camping party, complete with fairy lights and wood accents. The idea of having this fun-loving place was from high school friends who wanted to create a stress-free zone that boosts femininity.

    Flying Chicks (Php 170) Good for sharing or for one

    Wabichacha (Php 270)

    The laid-back place serves modern southeast Asian food in tapas style. The cocktails are mixed with teas and fruits for a refreshing fruity side.  You can order their Flying Chicks (Php 170), fried chicken wings glazed with hoisin sauce. For drinks, the Wabichacha (Php 270), a green tea infused Bombay Sapphire Gin, elderflower syrup and bitters, lemon juice and soda water. A mouthful of playful floral notes mixed with a kick.

    Pay them a visit at 2/F 5666 Don Pedro Street, Poblacion, Makati or contact them at 0995-990-8737 for inquiries.

    Written and Photos by Edlaine “Mintzy” C. Flor

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