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Bizu Patisserie & Bistro

Sunday, June 5, 2016
Bizu in Greenbelt 2 looks just as luxurious as the next resto, but regulars pick this French Bistro for gastronomic reasons, among others. Inside, its straight up flair is classic and lovely. The tall walls in light aubergine commands royalty, white treatment on everything else makes the place even bigger.
Red couches by the wall infuses contrast to the pale grey wall and white ceiling. The middle row of tables are paired with the same comfy beige chairs.

The in-house patisserie displays a selection of cakes, cookies, chocolates, biscuits, breads, wines, and jams.
 
The wall shelves carry various decorative knick-knacks, food items, and containers.
The droplights are a subtle touch, providing more soft lights to the place.
 Smokers still dine in style, with the same luxe seats, some greenery, and outdoor cooling giant fans.
A waiter is also on stand-by most of the time to attend to outdoor guests.
Cutlery
 Each table has a button you can press to call for a waiter. It doesn't make a sound so press only once.
Complimentary bread and spread

Iced Tea Carafe: Php95
 
Hot Dalandan Juice: Php95 (cup)
Chicken Waldorf Salad: Php225
10-Hour Roast Beef: Php595
Mashed Potatoes: Php45
 Bizu Rockwell has the same Parisian charm in their decor and details. Their breakfast plates are popular here, from 7AM-11AM only.
 Overlooking the dining hall at the ground floor.
 The main dining area is at mezzanine level.
 Lovely striped pink back chairs paired with white tables and gray toppers.
 Staff are always on stand by at the corner
 Complimentary bread basket, jam, butter
 Complimentary coffee ( for breakfast plate)
 Complimentary tea ( for breakfast plate)
Grand Filipino Breakfast - Fried Bangus: Php375
Truffle Mushroom Omelette: Php395
 Grand Filipino Breakfast - Pork Longganisa: Php375
Grand Filipino Breakfast - Pork Tocino: Php375

Remarks:
  • Bizu is still one of the best places to quench that French craving. Most servings are huge, good for two parties at least. 
  • Waiters are decent, well-trained, and quietly cruise in and out the kitchen to the al-fresco area. Of course, expect higher prices for fine class resto.
  • Their breakfast menu offers some Pinoy dishes with a twist. Interesting, but nothing outstanding. 

Bizu Patisserie & Bistro
G/F Greenbelt 2, Makati City
Tel:(02)757-2498

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