March 27, 2024

Inatô in Makati: Celebrating Filipino Flavors in a New Light

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  • Inatô is a new neo-Filipino restaurant in Makati headed by former Toyo Eatery chef JP Cruz.

    IMAGE from Inatô

    The restaurant offers a cozy ambiance with minimalist decor and a focus on quality furniture and fixture. It has an 8-seater intimate dining space for a more personal dining experience, with an ever-evolving menu that showcases Chef Cruz’s deep understanding of Filipino flavors and ingredients. A private dining option for small groups (six diners maximum) is also available.

    IMAGE from Inatô

    Meanwhile, the menu is divided into five sections (Tingi-tingi, Bilang, Ulam, Minatamis, and Beverages) that showcase Inatô’s creative take on various Filipino dishes using both locally and internationally sourced vegetables, meats, and seafood. This approach embodies the Binisaya term, Inatô (our way), highlights the restaurant’s deep Filipino roots and its journey in exploring Filipino cuisine further. Highlights include Fine de Claire Oysters, chicken skewers, grilled Iberico pork, and papsi or Filipino popsicle.


    Fine de Claire Oyster / IMAGE from Inatô

    Chicken Skewers / IMAGE from Inatô


    Grilled Iberico Pork / IMAGE from Inatô

    Papsi / IMAGE from Inatô

    Inatô promises diners an exceptional dining experience that celebrates Filipino flavors in a modern setting.

    General Information

  • The Alley at Karrivin, Karrivin Plaza, 2316 Chino Roces Ave Ext, Makati
  • 6 p.m. - 11 p.m. (Tue-Sat)
  • Sunday and Monday
  • reservations@inato.ph
  • inato.ph/
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