A casual dining, restaurant serving Asian and Mediterranean cuisine, Twenty One Plates is steadily becoming the preferred venue for intimate gatherings and even corporate functions in the near South. The restaurant is loved for it’s culinary innovations – tastes that one would describe as “uniquely familiar.” – Twenty One Plates
And they are definitely right about it being a perfect venue for intimate gatherings. Like most restaurants along Aguirre, Twenty One Plates was a home turned into a restaurant.
There are separate rooms and each room is converted into a dining room that provides privacy while enjoying your meals for your group or family. Each room is big enough to comfortably accommodate around 12-15 people.
Twenty One Plate has a lot of selection when it came to food, from salad to pica pica, to steak, meat and fish dishes, pasta and desserts. And most of the meals sounded uniquely scrumptious! I took some partial photos of their menu, just to give you an idea of what kind of food they offer and the price range.
I wanted to try out the Goat Cheese and Salami Ravioli in Lemon Cream Sauce but it wasn’t available *sad face* So I ended up with their version of Crispy Tadyang.
And the hubby ordered the Indonesian Fried Chicken.
We actually ordered a lot of food (like Korean Beef Stew, their version of Adobo and some pasta dishes) but I wasn’t able to take photos of some of them because we came late and people went ahead to eat. All we reached were empty plates and people with big grins on their faces :P
But enough about the main meals. I’m more excited to talk about their dessert because I love dessert!
For dessert, I got myself a Frozen Braso. Yum! My cute nieces shared a Banana Split Mini while Artie had a Twenty One Plates Banana Split all to himself, haha!
Artie’s own Twenty One Plates Banana Split, but definitely not the mini, haha! :) Grilled split banana. Scoops of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla ice cream. Mixed with berry compote. Whipped cream. Chocolate sauce. Cherries. And bits of peanut butter, chocolate chips, and oatmeal cookie.
All in all, the food was pretty good! The servings however of some of the dishes were quite small (like my Crispy Tadyang). So if you’re hoping to go into food coma, you might get disappointed, unless you order a number of meals :)
But if you’re going to ask about how the food tastes, I have to say, delicious!
If you’re looking for a nice place to wine and dine in the South, I would definitely recommend Twenty One Plates.
Twenty One Plates
205 Aguirre Ave., BF Homes, 1720 Parañaque, Philippines
Tues – Sun: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm / 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Links: Twenty One Plates Facebook