December 06, 2015

SALA Restaurant, Makati

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  • This famous European cuisine fine dining restaurant is headed by the renowned Scottish Chef Colin Mackay. The restaurant quickly became popular after its opening in Manila in 1997. After a decade, Chef Colin moved it to Ayala Avenue, Makati, much to the delight of gourmands and European food lovers in the city. Sala is loved and frequented not only for its exceptional menu, but also for its modern and deluxe interior décor characterized by clean simplicity that speaks of fine elegance.

    Sala Facade_web

    The stunning restaurant at night

    Take a taste of Sala’s fluffy Twice Baked Prawn and Dill Souffle (P540) that entices with its aroma and flavors. Its dessert called Rhubarb and Strawberry Crème Brulee (P490) is not on its menu but available for those who know enough to ask. So do so and treat yourself with this luscious treat that perfectly caps off your dining experience. Of course, other fine dishes are offered in their a la carte menu and The Weekday Lunch.

    Twice baked prawn and dill souffle_web

    Twice Baked Prawn and Dill Souffle (P540)

    They also offer an array of fine wines. Click here for the full list.

    Sala Restaurant is also a perfect venue for private lunches, celebration dinners, corporate events and cocktail parties with its dining room that can seat up to 40 guests and its the terrace that can accommodate up to 150 guests for cocktails.

    For more details, contact +632 750 1555 / +632 893 0242 or email

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