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Fine Dining at Felix Restaurant

Fine Dining at Felix Restaurant

Opened April 2017, Florabel was one of the first restaurants in Greenbelt 5. Named after Felix, dad of Chef Floral Co-Yatco, it is one of 9 concept restaurants of Yatco serving affordable Asian Continental food through fine dining style. Felix is adapting to the "farm-to-fork" ideology mainly using herbs gathered from their own gardens. 

Food selections are prepared from non-traditional manner with fusion of different Asian countries to their plates then to their dining tables. Use of olive oil, wine, garlic and various herbs and spices is evident in their food preparation. Architecturally elegant, the restaurant's setting is chic,  with upscale, modern interiors. Chairs are comfortable enough for long meals; roomy and perfect for a huge gathering of family and friends with courteous, knowledgable staff welcoming and serving customers. 

They've accomplished to make each dish a work of art by making the every plate visually appealing and enticing. We got to experience some of their wonderful creation.

Crispy Prawns with Tropical Fruits in Sesame Dressing (Php 375)

Fresh vegetables from their own garden. It was so pretty to look at you just don’t want to ruin the plate. 

Spicy Tuna with Garden Salad (Php 425)

Refreshing salad with a kick. The spicy tuna wasn’t as spicy but it had the right kick to it that doesn’t overpower the freshness of the fruits and vegetables. 

Roasted Seabass Miso with Barley Rice (Php 425)

One of my favorite dishes from what we tried that afternoon. They've used barley rice which is a healthier than regular rice. 

Barbecued Baby Back Ribs with Creamed Corn & Twice Baked Potatoes (Php 875)

Who doesn’t love meat? Their barbecued baby back ribs was smokey and tender then pairing it with their signature baked potatoes which balances the flavors out. 

Roasted Spring Chicken (Php 795)

If you prefer eating poultry instead of pork or beef, try their roasted spring chicken. It was moist and slightly crispy on the outside. Topped it with the gravy for added flavor.

Crispy Pork Belly (Php 595)

Hello pork belly! Their own version of lechon Macao with fresh veggies and mix of creamy laing.

Quorn Pieces Salpicao served Garlic Brown Rice and Vegetables (Php 795)

They used Quorn an alternative meat which is made out of cultured fungus/mushroom which was dried and mixed with egg white. Healthy option for those who still wants the great taste of meat but without the guiltiness of eating one. 

Goat Cheese and Three Mushroom Pizza (Php 595)

Just love the combination goat cheese and mushrooms. The mushroom gave the pizza an every bite to it. 

Their desserts were also a work of art. They've presented it magnificently by striking designs and color combination as they enticing yet again with their sweet delights. Among the desserts we had, I enjoyed their Chocnut Torte. It was silky smooth with light hint of bitter chocolate. What a dessert it was!

Chocnut Torte (Php 245)

Frozen Brazo de Mercedes (Php 225)

Crepe Cake (Php 275)

Macadamia Sans Rival (Php 325)

OVERALL: It is pricey for most but you have to prepare some budget to dine here. It is still relatively affordable compared to hotel restaurants. You'll have to spend Php 1,500 - Php 2,000 for two. If you are looking for a more opulent experience in Makati this is a restaurant you may want to try out.

Felix Restaurant
Unit 107/108 Ground Floor, Greenbelt 5 1410, Makati, Metro Manila
+63 (2) 729-9062 • 710-1696
Monday - Sunday 11:00AM - 11:00PM

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