Mesa Filipino Moderne in Makati Serves Innovative Filipino Flavors
Updated as of April 17, 2020
Mesa Filipino Moderne in Makati is known for serving innovative Filipino dishes to their endearing guests. With almost 128 dishes in their menu, it’s undeniable that this restaurant is set to make dining a pleasurable experience.
With 60+ restaurants under their belt, it’s undeniable that Mesa has become a well-loved restaurant among diners.
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The restaurant takes particular pride in being the first and only grill restaurant that offers on-the-spot grilling right at your table. Mesa is most known for its Crispchon which brought them the recognition namely Top 1: Where to Eat the Best Lechon in the World.
They serve a variety of dishes that range from seafood, chicken, pork, beef, and other native favorites that locals and expats alike will surely enjoy trying. What’s more is that all their dishes are prepared daily in the restaurant to ensure that they are serving fresh and high-quality dishes.
Mesa in Greenbelt 5
If you are a seafood lover, you might also want to sample their Tinapa Rolls (Php 175). This appetizer is served on a bed of lettuce and is ideal if you’re looking for something to snack on before your mains.
Tinapa Rolls (Php 175)
One of their must-try dishes includes the Crispy Boneless Patatim (Php 515). This crispy dish will surely make its way into your hearts (and stomachs!). Don’t forget to dop in the sauce to add an extra layer of flavor to your meal.
Crispy Boneless Patatim (Php 515)
Drop by Mesa Filipino Moderne and sample some of their deliciously innovative dishes.
How to get here
- Mesa Filipino Moderne is located in Greenbelt 5, Makati City.
- From Ayala Avenue, head towards Paseo de Roxas and onto Makati Avenue. Head towards the Greenbelt Parking Access Road and make a right onto Greenbelt Drive.
- The restaurant is near Lorenzo’s Way, Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, and Torch.
This first appeared in Philippine Primer’s Japanese Magazine March 2020 and English Magazine April 2020 issues.