Walking around Makati, especially in Salcedo, we’re wowed by a lot of good places to eat and drink at, and even more so by the diversity: from restaurants that offer international cuisine, cafes that serve an array of coffee and sandwiches, to drinking places that has a selection of beer and spirits. And for some of us more steady individuals, there’s always La Petite Parisienne.
La Petite Parisienne gets just about everything right: bottles upon bottles of fascinating wines: inexpensive and quality ones, delightful pica plates and meals, and a warm, cozy atmosphere.
There are three things that we loved about La Petit Parisienne.
First, the interiors. Anywhere you sit is easily a good spot to take beautiful photos.
Second, the food. There’s a good amount of options but the best part is the pricing and serving sizes are decent.
And of course, last is the extensive wine list: Red, White, Rose, and Dessert ones priced starting at Php490, and Champagne nothing more than Php2500.
For those who started or having a love affair with wine, this is our heaven.
La Petite Parisienne
Ground Floor, LPL Center, 130 Leviste Street, Salcedo Village, Makati City
Tomas Morato: 33 Sct. Madriñan St, Diliman, Quezon City, 1103 Metro Manila
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Article written by: Alg Asuncion
Photos by: Lucky Alabado and Walter Siy