Pasha Restaurant - Makati City - Philippines
Craving for authentic Mediterranean dishes? Among the best places to go is Pasha, Manila. The food is prepared according to halal standards and each cuisine is not just definitely healthy but quite deliciously Middle Eastern.
Pasha, Manila is located on the second level of Greenbelt 3 at the Ayala Center at the corner of Esperanza Street and Greenbelt Drive. It has contact number (02) 757 49 81 if want to make any inquiry. Hotels nearby are New Word renaissance Hotel right across it, The Peninsula Manila and Shangri-la Hotel along Makati Avenue, Intercontinental Manila along Ayala, and Dusit Hotel Nikko along South Drive.
The interior has a cozy Middle Eastern design that looks more romantic at night in a candle-lit dinner. However, it is really the sumptuous dishes and cuisine presentation that give the dinner experience a real Mediterranean quality. The way food is creatively arranged and served on big wooden platters at Pasha, Manila is really brilliant.
The menu is basically classified into 11 kinds. We may choose several items on mezze, salads, vegetable soups, kebab on plates, Shish kebab, kebab wraps, meat dishes, seafoods, pasta dishes, side orders, and desserts. Pasha, Manila allows us luscious Middle Eastern dish selections with a price range between Php 100 ($2) to Php 450 ($54) an order per person. So for two persons at Pasha, Manila prepare around Php 300 to Php 800 or $6 to $17.
For a sample of what Pasha, Manila is like we consider this selection: start out with Pasha mixed special mezzes on huge wooden platters with abundant tabbouleh bordered with hummus, lamb koftkas, muttabal, and filo sticks. Order a basket of pita as well. Look at the hummus. With just enough tahini wet with a lemon squeeze, drizzle over an amount of olive oil and a sparing amount of sumac to enrich natural flavor.
And how about the muttabal? At Pasha, Manila with an earthy preparation of eggplants grilled on flames plus a squeeze of lemon the muttabal mixes just right with the other mezzes. Then couple this with the flavorsome beefy meatballs of Turkish Koftkas (some observers say Pasha dishes are more Turkish) with falafel fillings with a crown of juicy chopped tomato relish on top.
At Pasha, Manila filo sticks are actually halloumi cheese sticks wrapped with filo tartlets for a more subtle taste. It is excellent for dipping in hummus, tabbouleh, and muttabal. Hence, with this example, we see that dining at Pasha, Manila is absolutely and authentically Mediterranean.