Sunday, June 19, 2016

Mesa Filipino Moderne

Mesa is the upscale sister-restaurant of Lamesa Grill. Located at Greenbelt 5, a rustic interior welcomes guests. The orange accents play nicely with the wooden tables and shiny chairs. Expect this crowd-pleaser resto to be full on weekends, lunch, and dinner. Try on weekdays so can score the couch seats. Staff are courteous and attentive. 
The high ceiling is layered with a one-sided wave of brown accent, with halogen lighting that compliment the orange couches.
Striped wall paper on black half-wall and a striking chandelier. Toilet treatment.
Mesa in Boracay beachfront, part of Boracay Regency Hotel compound
The native chairs and droplights stay true to Mesa's homegrown statement.
Bright interiors come daytime, and very classy at night.
Open dining area offers ocean views and endless breeze
One side has a wall of aquarium. Behind it is one of Boracay Regency's pool.
 Mesa Aura branch have some lovely native materials on highlight. The curves and sheer dividers, with solid stone tables in straight rows, give an overall drama to the interiors.
Each table gets some mixed vinegar condiments, chili, and Mesa's latest promos. A candle was added after some flies came in.
Dalandan Juice (cold and hot): Php65 each
 Baked Scallops with Garlic Butter: Php225
 Steamed Okra: Php120
Grilled Hito: Php340
Talong Salad: Php80
Sizzling Blue Marlin: Php280
Baby squid in Olive Oil: Php310
Sinigang na Salmon Head: Php240
Inihaw Sampler: Php670
  • The reviews were right. Mesa serves very tasty meals. 
  • The baby squid, blue marlin, talong salad.. everything was flavorful and would leave you smiling while chewing. You won't feel robbed with this resto at all. 
  • One of the few in the city that I'll probably visit again. 
  • The price? Not too steep, considering it's in Greenbelt 5.

Greenbelt 5
Tel: 728-0886

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