March 14, 2014

La Tienda in Makati

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  • At the back of Bel-Air Soho is a charming building that seems to be from rural Europe. When you enter this place, there is actually a Spanish restaurant with red and white gingham tabletops! The wooden interior of this place gives off a warm ambiance.

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    The dishes in La Tienda are just exquisite. Aside from serving great cuisine, their prices are more reasonable compared to other Spanish restaurants.

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    Since its opening in 1998, La Tienda upholds the taste and quality of its dishes; thus, housing a lot of regular customers. Other than being a restaurant, this place has a bar, which is very popular once the sun goes down.

    Suggestions:
    Dinner with your friend or special someone

    Atmosphere:
    Quiet

    Budget:
    Around P500/ per person

    Recommended Menu:

    Gambas a la Plancha  (P435)
    Grilled shrimp served with Garlic mayonnaise and lemon

    Chorizo Frito (P210)
    Spanish sausage

    Besugo ala Oriotarra (P140/ 100g)
    White fish with grilled garlic and olive oil

    Paella Mixta de La Tienda (P645)
    Mixed paella (chicken , pork , Spanish sausage , and seafood)

                 
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