All posts tagged: Ayala Malls Feliz

Torimomo’s Authentic Japanese-Style Yakitori

We stumbled upon a Japanese restaurant with interiors that resemble traditional izakayas in Japan. It has an all-wood design as well as traditional elements such as banners and lanterns.

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Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken and Sauce Bar, Ayala Malls Feliz

Peri Peri refers to African bird’s eye chilis which is a type of chili that originated from Africa. The restaurant uses this chili in their sauces. And since they are known for their Charcoal Chicken, Peri-Peri takes their preparation to a new level to ensure their diners enjoy the explosion of flavours.

Cafe Perene: Ayala Malls Feliz

Ayala Malls Feliz opened its doors on December last year. Since I don’t live in the area, I was not aware of its existence until I received an invitation from a friend. It was for a foodie meetup which was set in the afternoon. But since it was a Sunday, my family and I went to mass early and travelled to Ayala Malls Feliz, Pasig City for a little family bonding. We got there just in time for lunch. So the first thing we did was check the restaurants. The mall has various good choices but the one that caught our eye is Cafe Perene. Cafe Perene is the sister restaurant of Forget Me Not Cafe which is a homegrown restaurant and a pioneer of the Lilac Food Strip in Marikina. The latter is known for its delicious comfort food and homey experience. If you want to experience that as well as other local favorites and homemade cakes, Cafe Perene is the perfect place. Just look at the photos I took. Even if you’re outside, …

New Restaurant Alert: Bistro Charlemagne is worth the trip to Ayala Malls Feliz

I’m from the north which means Ayala Malls Feliz is within my reach; however, I do not live near the area even pass by it because I have no reason to. But after a great dining experience at one of the newest restaurant in that mall, I finally have a reason to visit the area again. The place is called Bistro Charlemagne, a concept by Little Asia. Does “Little Asia” sound familiar to you? Well, it should as it was a restaurant in Tomas Morato back in 2001. Little Asia (LA) gained popularity for its Asian fusion cuisine which led to the opening of three other branches located at Greenhills, McKinley Hill, and Lucky Chinatown Mall. Fast forward to early 2015, LA owner-manager Mr. Charlemagne Lim developed a new Asian-European fusion concept which he called Bistro Charlemagne. They opened their first branch at Ayala Malls Solenad 3 Nuvali. I haven’t been there but I heard good reviews about this bistro. So when I had the opportunity to visit their second branch, I grabbed the chance. …