December 10, 2017

Paris Délice in Makati: Fast and Good French Food

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  • Updated on September 27, 2019

    Paris Délice has become a go-to café in the Metro after opening its doors to the public in 2010.

    Co-owned by a French and a Swiss national residing in the country, it is the first of its kind that offers modern authentic Parisian delicacies at affordable prices.

    Paris Delice takes pride with their French to Go—a fast-food setting but healthier

    Their menu boasts a variety of options for guests to choose from, which includes salad, pasta, soup, and sandwich.

    What makes Paris Delice stand out is that the ingredients they use are ordered overseas. The dough used in making their bread comes from Europe and is baked in the shop itself. Some of their best-sellers or must-try dishes include the ever famous baguette.

    You can either try the L’Atlantic Baguette (Php 254), a soft salmon filling with an herb dressing, or the L’Everest Baguette (Php 195) filled with goat cheese, bacon, herb dressing, and fresh Argola leaves.

    L’Atlantic (Php 245), a baguette filled with soft salmon and an herb dressing (Php 245)

    L’Everest (Php 195), a baguette filled with goat cheese, bacon, herb dressing, and fresh Argola leaves

    Paris Delice proudly presents themselves as a French fast food that serves a taste of modern Parisian serving. They also have wine and beers, as well as healthy snacks like yogurts, fruit cups, and salads.

    Strategically located in Makati with a fast-paced community and lifestyle, Paris Delice keeps up with everyone’s need as they bring their goods right at your doorstep. They have an online delivery and can even do catering for your office parties!

    Paris Delice embodies a modern and casual vibe 

    How to get here

    • From Ayala Avenue, head northwest then turn right onto Paseo de Roxas. After, turn left onto Makati Ave., Paris Delice is along Makati Ave., beside the Eastwest Bank and Kobeya Japanese Food Mart.

    A version of this appeared in Philippine Primer Japanese Magazine Vol. 117 and Vol. 138.

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