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Good Food Is a Guarantee in These Hip, New Restaurants in Makati

These restaurants will make a trip to Makati worth it!

By: Eunice Sheene Fulgencio | January 29, 2019

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Makati is definitely the place to be for the success-hungry, goal-driven millennials. Not only is the Makati Central Business District a goldmine for good companies to work for, it can also offer an environment and culture that can help shape a person into a well-rounded individual.

Aside from being pedestrian friendly and having many shuttle terminals, the city also promotes healthy and active living through numerous green spaces and paved sidewalks found everywhere. And, perhaps the most exciting of them all, Makati is known to offer many delectable cheap eats and diners that’ll leave you with a gastronomical experience you won’t easily forget. If you are looking at where to eat in Makati, you might want to visit the new restaurants in Makati that have taken over the place.

Read on to find out which new restaurants in Makati you and your friends should try next this 2019!


1. Q & A kitchen + bar

Location: Unit 2D, Second Floor, ACCM Building, 102 San Agustin Street, Salcedo Village, Makati
Operating hours:
Kitchen - Monday to Saturday
Lunch: 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Bar - Monday to Saturday, 5:00 PM until late
Sunday: 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM for lunch and 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM for dinner
Price range: PhP95 to PhP1,350



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Q & A kitchen + bar also has a cheese selection offering.

Image: @qandakitchen


Q&A kitchen + bar is a modern European cuisine restaurant which opened in the last quarter of 2018. With the promise of only using the freshest and in-season ingredients, the diner serves lunch, dinner, drinks, and coffee.


Q&A kitchen + bar’s diverse menu has three main sections: Happy, Healthy, and Homemade. Happy offers casual comfort food that is sure to please any palette. Healthy offers food selections fit for those who are trying to monitor their diet without sacrificing flavor. Lastly, Homemade is more for heartier, more filling dishes.


2. Cassalu Coffee & Kitchen

Location: Second Floor, Circuit Makati, Olympia, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 10 AM to 10 PM
Price range: PhP50 to PhP2,188



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Cassalu also has branches in South Park High Commercial Complex and Ayala Malls Feliz.

Image: @cassalu_ph


Conveniently located at Ayala Malls Circuit, Cassalu Coffee & Kitchen provides a twist on your traditional coffee shop. Aside from the usual coffee and pastries, Cassalu also offers savory meals such as salads, pasta, and even main courses, making it fit to visit any time of the day.

Cassalu’s edge against its competitors has got to be its massive cheesecake offering. From the ordinary Blueberry and Red Velvet Cheesecake to the more unusual Bibingka (rice cake) and Ube Halaya (purple yam) Cheesecake, your sweet tooth will have quite the experience here.


3. Essential goodness, for the pilgrims.

Location: 13th Floor, Lub d Makati, Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 6:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Price range: PhP195 to PhP1,100



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Essential goodness, for the pilgrims. also has cocktail and wine offerings.

Image: Essential goodness, for the pilgrims.


Situated on the top floor of Lub d Hostel, Essential goodness, for the pilgrims. is Makati’s newest must-visit resto for its breakfast menu offering. Combined with a breathtaking view of the Makati skyline, Essential goodness vouches to serve food that will both make its customers happy and nourished.

But don’t fret if you can’t squeeze a morning visit into your schedule: their all-day menu lets you taste the goodness of breakfast at any time of the day. The restaurant does not only offer breakfast favorites such as the Half-stacked Pancake and Eggplant Omelet and Pinoy meals like Homemade Longganisa (sausage) and Chicken and Pork Adobo, it also serves non-breakfast items that will please any hungry tummy.


4. Cosmic

Location: Second Floor, 5057 P. Burgos Corner Gen. Luna Street, Poblacion, Makati
Operating hours: Open Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to 9:30 PM, Friday and Saturday from 11 AM to 10:30 PM
Price range: PhP100 to PhP1,100



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Cosmic balances the dreamy and casual vibe well.

Image: Cosmic


Another addition to the already diverse food establishments in Poblacion is Cosmic. With its décor, seating, and interiors, Cosmic will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to a lush, enchanting forest. Not only that, live entertainment can also be enjoyed in the restaurant.


Offering a heathy mix of both vegan and vegetarian meals, Cosmic serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Must-try dishes include its Vegan Spinach Lasagna, Mushroom Burger, and Miso Ramen.


5. Bench Café

Location: Level 2, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 11 AM to 10 PM
Price range: PhP109 to PhP439



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Bench Café’s first branch is located in Bonifacio High Street.

Image: Bench Café


Another very accessible newly-opened restaurant in Makati is Bench Café. Located at Greenbelt 3, Bench Café is an ideal place for big groups with its Filipino favorite menu offerings. Don’t think that the resto only presents the usual Pinoy meals, however, as it is known to put fresh twists on old-time classics.

Take for example its innovative Tinapa Cones or Kornets which is bite-sized tinapa (smoked fish) enclosed into a spring roll wrapper with tomatoes and onions. Another delectable treat is the Dancing Fish: a whole fried Tilapia paired with three different sauces. The twist comes in the meal’s presentation with the fish laid out artistically.


Makati is always buzzing with new places to go, things to try, and places to eat at—these restaurants being a few good examples. Be on the lookout because in no time, there’ll be even more places to treat your palate to.


Which new restaurant in Makati are you excited to try? Let us know in the comments section!



new restaurants Makati


Makati is definitely the place to be for the success-hungry, goal-driven millennials. Not only is the Makati Central Business District a goldmine for good companies to work for, it can also offer an environment and culture that can help shape a person into a well-rounded individual.

Aside from being pedestrian friendly and having many shuttle terminals, the city also promotes healthy and active living through numerous green spaces and paved sidewalks found everywhere. And, perhaps the most exciting of them all, Makati is known to offer many delectable cheap eats and diners that’ll leave you with a gastronomical experience you won’t easily forget. If you are looking at where to eat in Makati, you might want to visit the new restaurants in Makati that have taken over the place.

Read on to find out which new restaurants in Makati you and your friends should try next this 2019!


1. Q & A kitchen + bar

Location: Unit 2D, Second Floor, ACCM Building, 102 San Agustin Street, Salcedo Village, Makati
Operating hours:
Kitchen - Monday to Saturday
Lunch: 11:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Dinner: 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Bar - Monday to Saturday, 5:00 PM until late
Sunday: 1:30 PM to 2:30 PM for lunch and 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM for dinner
Price range: PhP95 to PhP1,350



2019

Q & A kitchen + bar also has a cheese selection offering.

Image: @qandakitchen


Q&A kitchen + bar is a modern European cuisine restaurant which opened in the last quarter of 2018. With the promise of only using the freshest and in-season ingredients, the diner serves lunch, dinner, drinks, and coffee.


Q&A kitchen + bar’s diverse menu has three main sections: Happy, Healthy, and Homemade. Happy offers casual comfort food that is sure to please any palette. Healthy offers food selections fit for those who are trying to monitor their diet without sacrificing flavor. Lastly, Homemade is more for heartier, more filling dishes.


2. Cassalu Coffee & Kitchen

Location: Second Floor, Circuit Makati, Olympia, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 10 AM to 10 PM
Price range: PhP50 to PhP2,188



restaurants

Cassalu also has branches in South Park High Commercial Complex and Ayala Malls Feliz.

Image: @cassalu_ph


Conveniently located at Ayala Malls Circuit, Cassalu Coffee & Kitchen provides a twist on your traditional coffee shop. Aside from the usual coffee and pastries, Cassalu also offers savory meals such as salads, pasta, and even main courses, making it fit to visit any time of the day.

Cassalu’s edge against its competitors has got to be its massive cheesecake offering. From the ordinary Blueberry and Red Velvet Cheesecake to the more unusual Bibingka (rice cake) and Ube Halaya (purple yam) Cheesecake, your sweet tooth will have quite the experience here.


3. Essential goodness, for the pilgrims.

Location: 13th Floor, Lub d Makati, Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 6:00 AM to 3:00 PM, 6:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Price range: PhP195 to PhP1,100



diners

Essential goodness, for the pilgrims. also has cocktail and wine offerings.

Image: Essential goodness, for the pilgrims.


Situated on the top floor of Lub d Hostel, Essential goodness, for the pilgrims. is Makati’s newest must-visit resto for its breakfast menu offering. Combined with a breathtaking view of the Makati skyline, Essential goodness vouches to serve food that will both make its customers happy and nourished.

But don’t fret if you can’t squeeze a morning visit into your schedule: their all-day menu lets you taste the goodness of breakfast at any time of the day. The restaurant does not only offer breakfast favorites such as the Half-stacked Pancake and Eggplant Omelet and Pinoy meals like Homemade Longganisa (sausage) and Chicken and Pork Adobo, it also serves non-breakfast items that will please any hungry tummy.


4. Cosmic

Location: Second Floor, 5057 P. Burgos Corner Gen. Luna Street, Poblacion, Makati
Operating hours: Open Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to 9:30 PM, Friday and Saturday from 11 AM to 10:30 PM
Price range: PhP100 to PhP1,100



cheap

Cosmic balances the dreamy and casual vibe well.

Image: Cosmic


Another addition to the already diverse food establishments in Poblacion is Cosmic. With its décor, seating, and interiors, Cosmic will make you feel as if you’ve been transported to a lush, enchanting forest. Not only that, live entertainment can also be enjoyed in the restaurant.


Offering a heathy mix of both vegan and vegetarian meals, Cosmic serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Must-try dishes include its Vegan Spinach Lasagna, Mushroom Burger, and Miso Ramen.


5. Bench Café

Location: Level 2, Greenbelt 3, Ayala Center, Makati
Operating hours: Open daily from 11 AM to 10 PM
Price range: PhP109 to PhP439



newrestaurants

Bench Café’s first branch is located in Bonifacio High Street.

Image: Bench Café


Another very accessible newly-opened restaurant in Makati is Bench Café. Located at Greenbelt 3, Bench Café is an ideal place for big groups with its Filipino favorite menu offerings. Don’t think that the resto only presents the usual Pinoy meals, however, as it is known to put fresh twists on old-time classics.

Take for example its innovative Tinapa Cones or Kornets which is bite-sized tinapa (smoked fish) enclosed into a spring roll wrapper with tomatoes and onions. Another delectable treat is the Dancing Fish: a whole fried Tilapia paired with three different sauces. The twist comes in the meal’s presentation with the fish laid out artistically.


Makati is always buzzing with new places to go, things to try, and places to eat at—these restaurants being a few good examples. Be on the lookout because in no time, there’ll be even more places to treat your palate to.


Which new restaurant in Makati are you excited to try? Let us know in the comments section!



author

Eunice knew that she’d be writing for the rest of her life from a very young age. Naturally introverted, she is selective with how she uses her time and who she spends it with. Has a penchant for sweet treats, sentimental proses, and online personality quizzes. A true-blue INFJ.

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