Interesting Food Places in San Antonio Vilage Makati

Let me take you to an interesting places in San Antonio Village, Makati where comfort food is offered at its best.

Avida Food Hunt
Last Saturday, I was invited to Avida Food Hunt, it's a special gastronomic adventure presented by Avida Towers Asten, a high-rise residential development in West Makati. The food tour features interesting restaurants near the rising Avida Asten towers. The food tour was led by Chef JJ Yulo, Founder of Pinoy Eats World. He is also a well-known chef, food writer/blogger.

We started at Titania Wine Bar and Café, a fine dining restaurant inside the Titania Grand Cellar along Yakal Street in San Antonio Village, Makati.


Titania Wine Cellar, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr


Titania presented a short lecture about Wine Tasting.

Titania Wine Cellar, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr

It was a casual affair, food pairing and wine tasting. They also showed us their massive collection of wines.

Titania Wine Cellar, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr

Titania Wine Cellar, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr


Vietnamese Comfort Food: Bon Banhmi

Bon Banhmi

Signature French bagel-inspired was our next stop located at Mayapis Street. Bon Banhmi opened in September 2013 by husband-and-wife team Thao Ngo and Anh Le.


Every bite on the bun brought me comfort. It's crispy on the outside yet soft inside, it's Bon Banhmi's bestselling fare with its delectable medley of choice meat and vegetables, topped with a family-concocted sauce. Traditional Bahnmi cost: Medium Php79 / Large Php99


Bon Banhmi

Don't forget to try their Artichoke tea, a good substitute to your tiring iced tea and soda. (around Php 50+)


8065 Bagnet


8065 Bagnet, by LivingMarjorney

Next restaurant has gained its reputation for serving delicious Vigan bagnet plus other bagnet-inspired dishes such as the kare-kare, dinuguan, curry and sinigang.


Bagnet Binagoongan (Php 195 good for two)

Kare-Kare Bagnet (Php 195 good for two)
Bagnet Binagoongan and Kare-Kare Bagnet taste so good! This is the kind of meal you would like to have after a very long day!

Mau Jia Hunan Cuisine


A  Chinese restaurant at Bagtikan street specializes in authentic Chinese dishes, particularly the spicy fares that are originally of Hunan province. Hunan's best sellers are fish heads steamed in family-blended herbs and essences, and served in two spicy tones, mild spicy and ultra-spicy. Wong Lo Kat tea, a very popular tea goes well with this meal.

Mau Jia Hunan Cuisine, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr
 Spicy Fish heads steamed in family-blended herbs and essences
Mau Jia Hunan Cuisine, by LivingMarjorney on Flickr
Spicy Crispy Chicken
This is a dish that succeeded on its spiciness. You may request the level of spiciness though. We had the mild spicy which is just okay. Moreover, you should try their simple cabbage dish made with sweet, sour and a bit salty flavor.

Bebe Rouge Patisserie



Our last trip was Bebe Rouge Patisserie located at Sacred Heart. I had to research the English translation of bebe rounge and it means "baby red".

Strawberry shortcake, macarons, matcha role and opera cake
It is owned, managed, and operated by Japanese couple, Atsushi and Jun, both French-trained pastry chefs.




We tried one of their bestseller which is the strawberry shortcake, it's good and sweetness is just right. They also have an impressive selection of pastries like macarons, galettes, and tea concoctions.


Are you in for the same food adventure? You too can join the Avida Food Hunt, for more information just log on to Avida Land’s Facebook page or Avida Showroom Glorietta (2/F, Glorietta 4) for more details on the next food hunt.


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