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Sunday, March 18, 2012


Visited branches: Roxas Blvd., Robinsons, Mall of Asia, Jupiter

Aristocrat is one of the known true old Filipino restaurants in the Metro, along with Max's, Savory, and Kamayan, among others. Over the years, they've modernized their interiors with a sleeker look. Still, the Filipino dishes are present, from soups to desserts to the dipping sauces.

They are known for their peanut sauce (now the selling factor of Reyes Barbecue, which is probably Aristocrat's sister resto at some level) and even offers cooking courses thru their Culinary Institute.

Service would depend on the location. MoA branch gives prompt attention, while the one in Roxas Blvd gets a bit slow during lunch hour.

Their Jupiter branch is more relaxed, with a late-night bakery next door.

In terms of taste, I've encountered no fault. Price is more or less worth the food in terms of quantity. Serving size is not for sharing.

Calamansi Juice: Php45

Ampalaya Con Carne: Php207

Half Honey Chicken: Php212

Crab and Corn Soup: Php47

Cream of Mushroom Soup: Php58

Fresh Lumpiang Ubod: Php85

Lechon Kawali: Php258

Camaron Rebosado: Php279

Bangus Belly with Black Beans: Php260

Sinigang na Isda sa Miso: Php333

Pancit Canton: Php309

Sinigang na Tiyan ng Bangus: Php298

Chicken Potato Salad: Php63

Fish Fillet in Sweet and Sour Sauce: Php224

Sinigang na Hipon: Php281 / Calamares: Php165

Chicken BBQ with Peanut Sauce: P195

Grilled Tuna Belly: P234

Crab & Corn Soup: P47 / Cream of Mushroom Soup: P58

The famous Java Sauce (peanut sauce) / Mango Juice : P60+

Main Hall, SM Mall of Asia
Tel: 556-0330/ 556-0332

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