I should really scope out our neighborhood for more places like Le Bistro Vert. It is one of the coolest restos in town!
The French name, Le Bistro Vert, translated in English as “The Green Bistro” is inspired by the center of cuisine excellence which is France. What is offered is a mix of culinary influences culled by Chef Sau del Rosario, who began his international professional experience in Paris and Nice in France and has come full circle with his experiences in Asian countries.
Le Bistro Vert Sustainable Foods has at its core direction, the support of local farmers and small communities who produce artisanal food specialties, as well as healthy yet tasty cuisine. The menu’s local flavors are given a twist as Asian culinary culture comes to meet European rich tradition of cuisine.
|This is the future of the food industry.|
|I ordered the Eggs Benedict. Instead of the usual spinach and English muffins, they used bokchoy and wheat pandesal. I love the combination! The bacon was crisped to perfection and the Hollandaise sauce was light and tasty. Two thumbs up!|
|Perfectly poached eggs should ooze! So yummy!|
|Tom ordered the French toast with fruit compote and maple syrup. He said that the use of raisin bread was not the best choice as the bread was doughy. I tried it and I have to say, I agree. In our opinion, it's not the best dish on the menu.|
|Coffee was good. Love the foam!|
|You can buy local products at Le Bistro Vert's Echostore.|
|Sample some of Chef Sau's concoctions!|
|Warning: Closed on Sundays|
|Le Bistro Vert (former Capone's) is located at Fraser Place, GF, Forbes Tower, Valero st., Makati City. Telefax 403.1841|
Le Bistro Vert serves all-day breakfast, lunch, snacks, cocktails, and dinner.
Shoppingero/shoppingera, have you heard about sustainable food?