Potts Point Cafe

Friday, September 4, 2015
Potts Point in Mall of Asia faces the sea breeze, though stark blinding during lunch hours, still provides a very laid back, subtle cool ambiance. From the posters, we could recognize some Australian-related food like beets or ravioli (we watch Masterchef Australia a lot, ha!). It was barren when we visited, but it's new and seems to have a promising potential.
We like the modern barn-feel, black against white, and cement floor.
The lights add charm to the black upper part of the restaurant. Although the light's bright from outside, they continue to use the spotlights for added effect. In a few hours it'll be dark anyway hehe..
Each table is bare and topped only by utensils and tissues
Very organic-ky utensil holder. Don't know what's organic about it but it has that do-it-yourself feel
Squash Soup with Ravioli: Php190
Roasted Chicken: Php335
Calamari: Php250
Organic Iced Tea: Php95
Triffle: Php185
 Mushroom Soup: Php175
Beef Burger: Php395

  • Organic food always sounds more guilt-free and inviting. We did love the flavors of each dish we tried. Nothing too salty or sweet, just a good amount of filling mouthful after another.
  • Plating was beautiful. Those large plates were certainly made into a canvass. There's art infused within each dish. Very unassuming vibe, clean lot.
  • I'm interested to try their other offerings. Must visit again soon!
Mall of Asia, Seaside Blvd, Pasay, Philippines
Tel: +63 2 556 0680

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