Travelling takes one across distant places but it is said that savoring food can take one even to unreached places on Earth. As I was taking a course on the French language back in the university, my dream was fly to France, traverse its rich historic landscape, and savor their famed food. Its is said that ‘you can never get a bad meal in Paris’ with restaurants stringing all twenty arrondissements of the city. Even if your busted pockets cannot get you to Le Paris, you may savor the flavors of Paris at Paris Délice in Makati City.
French Onion Soup
A sodium onion-herb soup, though simple-looking, is full of flavor.
Cream of Tomato Soup
Lightly spiced and slightly sweet pureed tomato soup for your liking.
Salad of bacon, eggs, tomatoes, bread, and romaine lettuce.
Salad of shredded tuna, tomates, grapes, egg, cashews, and romaine lettuce.
Salad of stripped carrots, walnuts, raisins, tomatoes, and romaine lettuce.
Salad of parma ham, cheese, tomatoes, olives, and crispy romaine lettuce.
Salads have a selections of ff. dressings:
Balsamic, Raspberry, Ceasar, and Asian (Sesame Oil and Soy Sauce)
Sandwich of smoked salmon with chopped onions.
Chicken and bacon sandwich with tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
Ham and cheese sandwich with romaine lettuce.
Parma ham sandwich with tomatoes, onions, and romaine lettuce.
Poulet Au Pistou
Pesto pasta topped with broiled chicken strips.
Chicken Curry Pasta
Modified version of the classic chicken curry with spaghetti pasta.
Olive oil-based pasta with blue cheese and arugula.
Breads & Pastries
Macarons de Paris
Macarons made with imported almond flour that comes in nine flavors:
Pistachio, Choconut, Coffee, Strawberry, Lemon, Salted Caramel, and Orange Choco
Doughnut-like pastry filled with the sensational Nutella.
Other pastries include: Pain Au Raisin, Croissant, Pain Au Chocolat
Chausson Aux Pommes, Triange Aux Amandes
These pastries have a superb crispy outside and moist inside, perfect for your merienda!
Even with its fancy interiors and selections, the overall concept of Paris Délice is that of a French fastfood café. Looks very unlike a fastfood, right? French concept of fastfood is quality food that can be eaten on the go or while walking. Expatriates are commonly seen trooping Paris Délice, especially French Embassy officials. Ingredients for their pastries are imported from France, ensuring a high-quality and authentic product. Paris Délice invited not only French expats but also Filipinos to savor Parisian taste in Makati.
Juno Street cor Makati Avenue
Makati City, Philippines
Telephone No. (02) 798-0740
Monday to Sunday, 7am to 7pm