December 22, 2018

Olivia and Co. in Fort Bonifacio: Serves Curated Western Style Cuisines

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  • Fort Bonifacio has an endless choice of restaurants, but Olivia & Co. stands out as it offers an adventurous palate perfect for food lovers.

    The restaurant’s interior is filled with mementos from different countries like coin banks and toy airplanes. But the true highlight of Olivia & Co. is its expansive menu that was formed thanks to the owner’s well-traveled wife who spent most of her time in different cities of the world.

    Olivia and Co.’s interior exudes a homey and cozy vibe.

    The taste of their Black Pepper Braised Beef Pasta (Php 365) is a perfect balance between saltiness and spiciness as the pasta is garnished with garlic, bell peppers, and sesame seeds.

    Black Pepper Braised Beef Pasta (Php 365)

    Chicken lovers will find solace in their Tokyo Wings (Php 310). Marinated in sweet and spicy soy, the flavor is guaranteed with every bite down to the crispy skin.

    Tokyo Wings (Php 310)

    Olivia & Co. also offers an array of one of a kind desserts just like their Blueberry Waffle a La Mode (Php 260). The soft waffle topped with vanilla ice cream and raspberries and blueberries will surely satisfy any sweet tooth.

    Blueberry Waffle a La Mode (Php 260)

    If you’re not into waffles, then their Nutmare (Php 175) milkshake might do the trick. From the name itself, Nutmare is made with crushed peanuts, giving a sweet, nutty flavor. The milkshake does not only taste nice, but is also aesthetically pleasing as it is topped with M&Ms, a KitKat bar, and an Oreo cookie.

    Nutmare (Php 175)

    Also read: Bonifacio Global City in Taguig: What it’s known for

    Create a moment and dine at Olivia & Co. and indulge on a great set of dishes that will surely keep you coming back for more!

    For inquiries and reservations, call 02-845-1714 or visit their Facebook page at and their Instagram account at

    This first appeared on Philippine Primer Japanese magazine’s January 2019 issue.

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