August 26, 2017

Banana Leaf in Powerplant Mall, Makati

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  • Explore the best of Southeast Asian cuisine through Banana Leaf!

    Now, you don’t have to travel the world to taste the best of Asian cuisine, as Banana Leaf serves your favorite dishes from various parts of Southeast Asia.

    Thai Green Curry Chicken with Eggplant and Sweet Basil (Php 288)

    Banana Leaf branch in Powerplant Mall

    With 11 branches in the Philippines, Banana Leaf is one of the popular restaurants which serve Asian cuisine favorites. From the Singaporean favorites such as the Hainanese Chicken, Indonesia’s best-tasting fried rice, and Pad Thai of Thailand, up to Philippines’ very own stir-fried kangkong (water spinach), Banana Leaf offers a diverse culinary treat that you’ll love if you’re a fan of Southeast Asian cuisine.

    Stir Fried Oat Prawns in Singaporean Style (Php 488)

    Roti Canai (Php 88) Indian flat bread

    Mee Goreng (Php 238)

    What makes this restaurant more interesting is that they eat on banana leaves instead of plates to get that truly Asian experience when eating, just as how Filipinos do it in the provinces. It creates a unique style of eating, making it a must-visit.

    Malayan Chicken Curry with Potatoes (Php 288)

    In here, you are sure to get a taste of every bit of Southeast Asian flavors without having to leave your seat. They’ve got Malaysian, Singaporean, Indonesian, Vietnamese, and Indian food here; perfect for those foodies who want to try several things in just one place. The place exudes a casual yet sleek vibe perfect for dining with families.

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    Get to try authentic Southeast Asian dishes here in Banana Leaf!

                 
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