Sunday, November 17, 2013
visited branches: Rockwell, Greenbelt 5, Glorietta, Gateway:

An Italian joint with a twist, Cibo continues to wow patrons and gain new customers. It's no surprise since Cibo is another brainchild of Ms. Margarita Fores, the owner of Lusso and Pepato restaurants.

Cibo is the pioneer, and the most committed to delivering intense interiors and a packed menu of modern Italian dishes.

The dark wall is faced with the colorful orange cushion dividers in some string-droplet shapes. The tubular beams striking on the ceiling add more edge.

The comfort room is hot and small. The mirrors helped a bit, but it seriously needs a good ventilation. Each table has a metal utensil container, mats and napkins.

The row of middle tables are in silver, reflecting the orange hues nearby. No complains with the food at all. Everything is presented well, taste is unique and interesting. Service is professional and the waiters know their menu.

Crema di Zucca : Php185

Iced Tea: Php78

Patatine Fritte (Potato chips): Php128

Pollo Panini (Chicken): Php195

Melanze Alla Griglia Panini (Eggplant): Php180

Tea Pot for Two: P90+ / Pate di Fegato: P248

Cibo is a nice place to hangout. They serve a lot of light meals like sandwiches, bruschetta, pizza, pasta, etc. Plus the dip for their potato chips (patatine) is amazing. It's perfect match for the salty, tangy potato chips. I'd come back just for that.
Cibo Greenbelt 5. Perfect corner cafe overlooking the gardens.
Bright on daytime, sparkly at night.
Caffe Mocca: Php113
Torta Di Ciocco-Matto: Php205 (Flourless chocolate cake)
Mango Panna Cotta: Php160
Prosciutto di Parma Pizza: Php358
Spaghettini Al Tris di Formaggio Salsa Tartufata: Php325

Try their panna cotta. It's one of the best in town. Way better than Bistro Ravioli's and Mr. Rockefeller's. Cibo's truffle pasta is also a must try.

G/F Power Plant Mall, Makati City
Tel: (02) 8

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