December 18, 2018

Bench Cafe Opens Second Branch in Greenbelt 3, Makati

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  • Bench Cafe Opens Second Branch in Greenbelt 3, Makati
  • Updated as of April 15, 2020

    After launching their first flagship store in Bonifacio Global City last year, Bench Cafe’s popularity spread like wildfire posing a hint of success, offering homegrown Filipino classic dishes which are highly in tune with their “Love Local” theme.

    It then gave a glaring green light to expand to a different location in the Metro to reach a wider scale of customers, as it opens its second branch in Greenbelt 3 in Makati.

    Also read: BENCH Cafe in BGC: Love Local with Chic Filipino Dishes

    Bench Cafe in Greenbelt 3, Makati

    In continuation of the restaurant’s success, Bench Cafe in Greenbelt presents Filipino cuisine with fresh concepts, giving some unique twists, flavor, and combination. Some dishes from their initial store will also be served in this new branch.

    Imbibing Bench’s social media hashtag and overall thrust, “Live Life With Flavor”, Bench Café highlights a unique dining concept that delivers a sensory experience through its well-designed and inviting interiors.

    One of the most appetizing dishes on their menu that you will see is the Dancing Fish (Php 445), a classic fried Tilapia dish that is said to be best paired with three dipping sauces –escabeche, bench salsa, and serwelas for optimal flavor.

    Dancing Fish (Php 350)

    Another classic dish to try is the Tinapa Cones or Kornets (Php 145), bite-sized delicacies made of tinapa mashed into a lush mousse, salted eggs, ripe tomatoes, and spring onions funneled into a fried lumpia-wrap.

    Tinapa Cone/Kornets (Php 145)

    One of the new dishes introduced with the opening of the store is the Pork Barbeque Skewer (Php 279), a classic grilled pork dish marinated and skewered into a stick and is sided with classic vinegar and tomatoes.

    Pork BBQ Skewer (Php 279)

    Inside the cafe, you’ll find a take-out corner that caters to customers who want a takeaway of their delicious desserts such as their best selling halo-halo. They also have an open bar-like area serving different kinds of booze, best for after work hangouts.

    Also read: Business Talk with Ben Chan of BENCH/

    Bench Cafe put a lot of exciting twists to the usual Filipino dishes in this store that’s enough to make you come back for more. If you want something new to try on your next dine out, you might want to try the edgy flavors that Bench Cafe offers! Visit their second branch in Manila in Greenbelt 3, Makati City. 

                 
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