Sunday, October 3, 2010


Fez, Serendra

This tiny Moroccan joint in Serendra fits well for a quiet night out. But that wasn't the case when we decided to try out Fez. It was just any other dinner in a restaurant we hadn't tried yet. It looked very classy, sort of Italian (mafia-style), from the outside. Very dim lighting, wood, and reflective glasses.
The unforgiving dim lights were open even during daytime.

Natural sunlight provides the light, which made it more cozy.

We got in and there were literally just about 6 tables in. It was cramped, so be sure to come here only with the best of your companions.

The staff are attentive and very accomodating. Seating areas outside cater to smokers. About 4 round tables for dessert, coffee and nicotine are available al fresco.

It felt very relaxing and posh in way. Select tiny wall lamps illuminate each table. The bar occupies the end wall with stocked liquor and wines.

Menu is short, but seemed thought-out. Servings are not for sharing.
Some intricate Arabian light fixture. Pumpkin Soup: Php125/bowl

Fez Tangines (Beef) Php350 / Chicken Kebab: Php285

From MetroDeal Voucher worth Php350:
A meal comes with Soup and Iced Tea

and a choice of Main Course: This is Mixed Kebab

Main Course: Seared Fish Fillet

Fez Official Site and Menu
1C07A Serendra Commercial Strip
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City
Tel: (02) 901-1840

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