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  • Delivery fee: ₱45.00
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  • Delivery minimum: ₱300.00

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Delivery hours
  • Monday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Tuesday 09:00 - 18:00
  • Wednesday 09:00 - 18:00
  • Thursday 09:00 - 18:00
  • Friday 09:00 - 17:00
  • Saturday 09:00 - 18:00
  • Sunday 09:00 - 18:00

Please note: the restaurant may be open before and after the foodpanda hours: 00:00 - 01:00 | 09:00 - 00:00


Delivery fee
From ₱45.00
Delivery time
45min

About the restaurant
Paris Delice is an alternative fast-food restaurant that carries authentic French bread, pastries, sandwiches, quiches, and salads, all at reasonable prices. All breads and pastries are imported from Paris while vegetables and dairy are sourced from local organic farms. Everything is prepared fresh daily to guarantee an authentic French experience. With Paris Delice, you can now enjoy healthy fast food at a price that gives you good value for your money. Eating well is no longer a luxury.

Payment types
Cash On Delivery
Online Payment
Paypal payment

Address
1 Juno St. corner Makati Avenue, Makati, 1209

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  • 5.0

    Open early 9am

    Love that they are open early, delivery rider always polite, tomato soup is great as are the sandwiches and fresh salads. My go-to place after a long graveyard shift and I don't want to cook! Esp on a rainy day!

  • 5.0

    Love this restaurant! Sandwiches are the bomb!

  • 5.0

    Great customer service

  • 5.0

    Amazimg job! Thank you :)

  • 5.0

    Delicious

    I have been really impressed with their foods. Im from Cebu and loves to surprise my husband in Manila. However the minimum payment went up which makes it sad. How i wish it went back to 300

  • 5.0

    Best sandwiches. Great ingredients. Cant stop ordering from them!

  • 5.0

    Always amazing.

  • 4.0

    Good

    Still good

  • 5.0

    The BEST!

    Ive always love surprising my fiance and so far as a Helath Conscious man. He has been craving always.

  • 5.0

    Simple food, high quality ingredients. Lovely food.

  • 4.0

    Delicious

  • 5.0

    Such amazing food.

  • 5.0

    Our family loves Paris Delice! We saw the French tenant from our building order from this cafe and we decided to give it a try and it did not disappoint! We love the sandwiches. The baguette is really really good. So far I could not pinpoint any favorites as they're equally good. The salad pasta are not bad either. We order from them almost every week.

  • 5.0

    Great sandwiches.

  • 5.0

    Great sandwiches

    Love.

  • 5.0

    Superb bread & delivery

    Awesome job from these guys, always. Good bread, decent ingredients, consistent.

  • 4.0

    Satisfactory

  • 5.0

    Good service!

  • 5.0

    Delicious, large servings and worth the wait!

  • 5.0

    Yummmmmmyyyy

    Every time I order, I discover a new favorite! Today it's croque madame!

  • 5.0

    My new favorite

    Can't wait to try everything on the menu!!

  • 5.0

    Fast delivery

  • 5.0

    I love the food from Paris Delice! It's simple but delicious and super fresh. I always feel like I'm eating something healthy when I order anything from them. And, they have a super fast delivery! I couldn't be happier with this restaurant, it is truly one of my favorite places to order from ever since my husband and I moved to Makati. Kudos < 3

  • 5.0

    Great sandwiches especially the Croque-Madame with egg and Croque Monsieur.

  • 4.0

    yum!

  • 5.0

    Excellent

  • 5.0

    great i like it

  • 5.0

    Tasty as always.

  • 5.0

    Great taste, good serving size and very prompt delivery time.

  • 5.0

    Amazing

    Food got here for just over half an hour when they said 60 minutes! I love it! Thank you!

  • 5.0

    Excellent ..delivery time good freshness good job ..

  • 4.0

    The salad's and breads were fresh

  • 4.0

    Good except for the pasta

  • 5.0

    Delicious food

  • 4.0

    Good experience!

    Great tasting food and coffee. Took very long delivery for service though.

  • 5.0

    Just amazing!

  • 4.0

    Good experience!

  • 5.0

    Just amazing!

  • 3.0

    Everything went as expected!

  • 5.0

    Great baggettes

    Fast delivery and great baguette sandwiches, probably the best in Manila

  • 5.0

    Tastes Fresh

    Bread is very good and fresh, sandwiches very tasty - would recommend

  • 4.0

    Good experience!

  • 5.0

    Great French Food in Manila!

  • 5.0

    Just amazing!

  • 4.0

    It arrived earlier!

  • 3.0

    please fix the minimum to order. it says 300 but keeps asking for 500.

  • 5.0

  • 5.0

    Very Good Food!!!

  • 5.0

    Good food

  • 5.0

    Excellent

  • 5.0

    Good food, great value for money!

  • 5.0

    salads & sandwiches are awesome !!!

  • 4.0

    Fast delivery,perfect sandwiches and tarts.

  • 5.0

    the delivery is so fast! perfect sandwiches! tried Le Lillois Sandwich and BLT one of the best! i will surely recommend this to my friends! :) thumbs up foodpanda!

  • 5.0

    FAST DELIVERY EVER....the sandwiches are great and fresh!!!

  • 5.0

    FAST DELIVERY EVER..the sandwiches are good and fresh:)

  • 4.0

    The sandwiches were very good but the pasta wasn't as good.

  • 3.0

    The sandwich was good but the free chocolate beignet was moldy and stale.

  • 4.0

    very fast and accommodating service :) good job!

  • 5.0

    Very tasty food!!

  • 5.0

    fast delivery and delicious food, with a free chocolate beignet too :)

  • 5.0

    Very fast delivery! Got a free chocolate beignet :D . Lovely l'europeen sandwich, pain au chocolat and croissant <3 Will definitely order again!

  • 5.0

    The food came on time. It's just that may discount (I have a voucher) was not deducted to the bill but the delivery man said I just give the amount with the discount. I love the food too. Anyway, giving five star. Keep it up!

  • 5.0

    great food =)

  • 5.0

    really quick, delicious sandwiches :)

  • 5.0

    good food!!!

  • 5.0

    French salad for lunch delivered to my office today! Merci Paris Delice!

  • 5.0

    Very fast delivery and very good quality food. I am very satisfied with the order.

  • 5.0

    Very tasty!

  • 5.0

    Fast Delivery.

  • 5.0

    great!

  • 5.0

    Delicious food. Best sandwiches. Very french

  • 4.0

    the pasta was great, the mediterraneene salad wasnt my faourite....

  • 5.0

    Delicious food!

  • 5.0

    Love the sandwiches! order into the office a few times a week! great delivery. High quality service

  • 5.0

    great breakfast!

  • 5.0

    Very good food...

  • 5.0

    Best baguette in the Philippines - super tasty - fast delivery

  • 4.0

    Very tasty baguettes and good coffee. The salads are also good.

  • 5.0

    Paris Delice

    I had the opportunity to try Paris Delice in #1 Juno Street corner Makati Avenue, Makati City.
    I was with my colleagues when we had our client meeting there.
    The place was best for breakfast according to their Chef.
    Their breads and also ingredients are from France & Paris and are being cooked here in Philippines.
    Always fresh.
    They also have salad to go, pasta to go (which are placed in a cup)- really new to the eyes haha!, they also offer french macarons and many more.
    Price range would be from PHP 150 to PHP 280 and very much worth it!
    I will definitely spread the good word about Paris Delice and will always go back!

  • 5.0

    Pasta time

    We ordered some soup and pasta at a food tasting event at Paris Delice. Everything we ordered were superb so you won't hear any complaints here. I loved every part of their chicken curry pasta.
    I enjoyed their version of pumpkin soup over the other soup. The other soup tastes sort of sour so it did not really taste that good.Their spaghetti bolognese is a fine example of how spaghetti should be cooked.

  • 5.0

    Delicious pastries at Paris Delice

    I was fortunate enough to be able to join a few other bloggers in this food tasting event at Paris Delice. Chef Al Laine de Leon welcomed us because he is the head chef and manager of this magnificent French fast food restaurant that has the ambiance of a coffee shop.The bread is their specialty and it showed a lot in their assortment of bread dishes including this Ham and Cheese sandwich.Their macaroons have different flavors including coffee and strawberry.I loved this Nutella Beignet to bits because it had chocolate inside and who would not want that?It was amazing how they were able to fit the Eiffel Tower in front of their store but they did it anyhow.I highly recommend their croissant sandwiches.

  • 4.0

    a small nook somewhere

    It's not everyday that you get to see a miniature Eiffel Tower. Either you're in Las Vegas or in Paris (most naturally). But this little wonder is perched along the busy Makati Avenue and it's quite amusing the most people just don't mind it. Maybe it's too small?
    Anyways, this deli and its miniscule size makes it fairly unnoticeable. But their food is really good and their coffee superb. I don't mind that people ignore this place. It actually gives me this feeling that it's as if I discovered this cool place and I get to keep it all to myself.

  • 4.0

    si délicieux

    Has anyone ever seen that part in the series Sex and The City, where Carrie screams so loud upon seeing the Eiffel Tower from her balcony? Well, I think that would probably happen to me as well. The fairy tale-like image I have of that place will never fade away.
    When we paid a visit to Paris Delice along Makati Avenue, seeing the miniature Eiffel Tower greeting you as you enter was such a clever idea. It made me hold my breath for a while. But I didn't scream, mind you, so as not to scare everyone away.
    I like going to delis, for the reason that I get to eat without a waiter lurking nearby. Their hearty and flavorful sandwiches are my favorite. And their desserts were delightful as well. This little nook tucked hidden from the hustle of Makati is a French dream waiting to be discovered. Merci Beaucoup, Paris Delice!

  • 5.0

    A trip to PARIS!!

    I decided to fly to PARIS!!! (hongtoroy )
    YEAH!!! you heard me right.... I went to PARIS! PARIS DELICE at makati
    During my visit at Paris i have tried their pesto linguine!The pasta is firm and perfectly cooked. the chicken is tasty!!!
    I liked it!
    i would recommend it to my friends who had a bad experience with pesto before.
    The good thing about Paris is that their offer very authentic french foods!! in other words
    "NOT TYRING HARD"
    I really had good time during my FIRST visit to PARIS i mean PARIS DELICE. and i'll fly back for more! Ciao! meow!

  • 4.0

    Hey Paris!

    Deciding to go to Paris is probably one of the most exciting experiences ever - especially if it doesn't require me to buy expensive plane tickets
    At 1 Juno street in Makati lies a little Paris: Paris délice. Stepping is like being tranported into a whole new different place. This amazing fastfood restaurant allowed me to crave for eveything French.The Eiffel tower outside Paris délice is very welcoming. It's like saying, "Come in and I'll take you to Paris!" and that's exactly what happened.I am lost for words because there is no word in the dictionary that could ever describe my feelings that day. The smell, the very French interior, the cozy environment - everything is just perfect. Paris délice will help you relax while taking a break after a busy and hectic day.Dining would never be this relaxing

  • 5.0

    Eat's A Date at Paris Delice

    New to openrice and first time Eat's A Date attendant.
    Venue: Paris DeliceFOODThe Panini Sampler is great, I love the balance of sweetness and sourness of the salad dressing and the panini's are really tasty.For the Peso, it tasted great too! The sun-dried tomatoes gives balance to the creaminess of the pasta. For me this was the best among all the dishes served to us.We were served with tarts for dessert.
    Cute size! And they tasted great especially the lemon tart.
    For the choco banana tart, the chocolate enhances the taste of the banana in the tart.
    AMBIANCE
    For the ambiance the place is pleasant and comfy.
    Simplicity is great and the style is interesting.
    The place is very clean even the comfort room and the furnitures inside the shop adds better picture.SERVICE
    The workers of Paris Delice were great too especially the chef, Chef Alfredo.
    He explained to us what they were serving, what it is made of and he entertained questions about the meals and Paris Delice.
    The workers move fast and carefully asthey serve us meals and the guard was also there to assist.
    It's a self service fast-food restaurant by the way.
    They also offer a lot of other dishes like salads to go, breads and others.The Eat's A Date was enjoying.
    Food, service, ambiance all CHECK!
    Visit Paris Delice and experience fine French Fastfood

  • 4.0

    Paris Delice: Where French and Fastfood are one

    AmbianceParis Delice is a clean, simple, cozy cafe with paintings by a French artist and indulging food photographs plastered on its walls. There also offer FREE wifi. The place is quiet perfect for hanging out, studying, writing or doing a business meeting. As you can see its also a perfect venue for simple dates like Openrice's Eat's A Date event. The place is a self-service type so you can see their pastries and salads on display.
    FoodWe were first served Tartiflette Panini, Classique Panini, Legumes Roti Panini and Salad Verte. Everything was delicious! The panini was crisp and the cheese blended perfectly with every ingredient. The salad is simply captivating. I was craving for more.The Poulet Au Pistou was also good with its light pesto sauce, tender chicken breast strips and dried tomatoes. I love the way the dried tomatoes supplemented the light pesto sauce and chicken breasts.Lastly, we had Mini Choco Banana Tart and Mini Lemon Tart. Between the sweet and rich choco banana tart and mini lemon tart, I prefer the latter. It's sweet tangy taste with a texture of an egg pie is superb. Love it!
    Service
    Since it's self-service, you can't expect much from the staffs. Food was delivered with outmost presentation. In fast food food has to be served fast. In Paris Delice case, its fast with fashion! =)
    http://www.tsinoyfoodies.com/2012/01/paris-delice-cozy-french-cafe-in-midst.html

  • 4.0

    Date at Paris Delice

    Bonjour!
    I joined for the first time the Eat’s A Date event of Openrice at Paris Delice in Makati last Wednesday, January 13, 2012. And hooray! It was successful. I absolutely enjoyed!
    Paris Delice is a French fast-food restaurant which caters to all French and French at hearts! Kidding!
    But true enough, they do, we all know how wide Filipino’s tastes are! Especially when we talk about food.
    Here’s a photo of Paris Delice at Makati*photo was taken outside at night time (sorry)
    The ambiance is so relaxing especially while they play French songs on the background as you see customers eat and chat while munching on their great food buys.
    No feeling of tension or unease because the place is quite spacious naman and Paris Delice has provided comfortable couches, tables and chairs.
    Paris Delice creates that feeling of belongingness though we’re not actually in France and we're just Pinoys eating French Food.
    To add the place is decorated with different paintings which I believe is for sale, you’ll see that it has details below like this one!Notice this cute baby version of the Eiffel Tower!See! Feeling in Paris ka talaga!
    Comfort of Paris just in Makati.
    Winner!

  • 4.0

    Date at Paris Delice

    So what's a Date without the food
    Of course, my very first Eat's A Date with Openrice turned out to be awesome!
    Paris Delice together with Chef Alfred has prepared a great dinner for us that day.
    First stop, their Panini Sampler!It contains three of their best seller sandwiches namely Classique Panini, Tartiflette Panini and Legumes Roti Panini all paired with the delicious Salad Verte! What a healthy start right
    Seriously, it all tasted great, I haven't had the feeling of vomiting what I was eating because I was enjoying it. The flavors of each sandwich were enhanced by the combination of ingredients it contained like the pesto, cheese etc.
    Next stop was the Poulet Au Pisto!
    Oh my gosh! Pasta! To die for! The Pesto is of course served with chicken and topped with sun-dried tomatoes.
    YUM!
    Nothing more to say, just YUM!
    Then off to our dessert!
    The Mini Choco Banana Tartand Mini Lemon TartWhat a great meal ender!
    I always take note what goes best when you are served pasta because the oil, for me, stays in your mouth and makes you less crave and enjoy food.
    These mini tarts are grand! Délicieux!
    The mini choco banana tart was a little uneasy to handle though but still enjoyed it!
    Take note that their breads are from outside the country. To give their customers real French food experience.
    Guaranteed that satisfying meals are to be served to you every time you dine.
    They offer a whole lot more of dishes and food stuffs for everyone to enjoy!

  • 4.0

    Date at Paris Delice

    And for the service
    Paris Delice is a French Fastfood Restaurant.
    Therefore self-service is practiced
    But of course, the crew will always be there to assist you on your orders and requests.
    As we were to start our dinner, a member of the crew has placed utensils on our table with tissue.
    Then we were served with drinks as we are to wait for them to serve the starter. As a student of HRM, I was thought the do's and dont's in serving, basic rules and the like. So I have a basis whether they pass my standards or not! HAHA!
    And yes! They did!
    For a fastfood restaurant it is really necessary that you serve meals fast and though the place is self-service, it is good to know that the crew members have skills and knowledge of proper meal service and assistance.
    It also great to note that they follow up Sir Khaezel in case our group needs anything else. O see! Kuya knows how to serve!
    Regardless, always serve foods with your right hand on the right side of the guest.
    Kaso yung guest missing in action! HAHA! JK!

  • 4.0

    French Style FastFood in the Philippines

    It's not a coffee shop.
    It's not a French formal restaurant.
    It's not even a French bakeshop.
    According to Chef Alfredo Peralta, PARIS DELICE is a French FastFOOD Restaurant.
    Paris Délice is an alternative fast food restaurant that carries authentic French bread, pastries, sandwiches, quiches and salads. Located at #1 Juno Street, corner Makati Avenue in Makati. Just a block away from Jupiter Street.
    FOOD
    Staying true to the tradition of a real French FastFood. Paris Délice's bread and pastries are imported from Paris, while vegetables and dairy are sourced from local organic farms. Everything is prepared fresh daily to guarantee an authentic French culinary experience.There is a beverage/salad counter and a pastry counter filled with treats that you wont find in any other FastFood Restaurant. This is the only FastFood I know that serves quick meals that are healthy and delicious. A real alternative indeed.AMBIANCE
    The mood inside Paris Delice is serene. Conducive for not only a quick satisfying French meal but also for short meetings, quality chat with friends and even to finish deadlines. The shop offers Free WiFi service. You may choose to dine inside their air-conditioned Restaurant or opt to stay outside. Either way, you're sure to get a comfortable feel amidst the busy business district.While dining inside Paris Delice, I can't help but notice that there are a lot foreigner who frequent their shop. Chef Peralta told me that although they have a regular following of foreigners, their main customers are really the young professionals.
    Another thing I've noticed in the place were the paintings. These paintings that are displayed all over the store is the work of a French painter who is a friend of the owners. All of the paintings are for sale as well.Paris Delice is open from 7am to 10pm Dine In or Take Out.
    Paris Delice also delivers within the Makati Business Area. Call 2181662 or 7980740.
    They'll be having a second branch at the Enterprise soon!

  • 4.0

    A Taste of Paris at Paris Delice

    Bonjour les amis!
    Last Wednesday's Eat's A Date was a real french treat! Tasted some of PARIS DELICE's wonderful sandwiches, pasta and desserts.
    First up was a sampler of their best sandwiches served with Salad Verte with Vinaigrette and caramelized walnuts. The plate contains three types of paninis: CLASSIQUE (prosciutto, tomatoes, cheese and basil), TARTIFLETTE (potato, bacon, reblochon cheese) and LEGUMES ROTI (grilled zucchini and feta cheese).
    All three sandwiches tasted great but what I really enjoyed the most is the Salad.
    French cuisines have pasta and according to CHEF ALFREDO PERALTA, their POULET AU PISTOU is their best-selling pasta dish at Paris Delice. This french pesto pasta is usually topped with sun dried tomatoes, chicken and mozzarella cheese.
    For dessert, Mini Lemon and Choco-Banana Tart. If I have to choose between the two, I'll choose the Lemon Tart.What sets Paris Delice menus apart from other French shops here in the Philippines is that they are committed to serving fresh and healthy dishes all the time. The flour that they are using for the bread is imported from a trusted source. "That is what makes our sandwiches different from others because the flour that we are using is the same flour that real french restaurants are using." said Chef Peralta.
    Here's a look at their drinks menu board:Yes they have coffee but they have even more. They have:
    - French Breads and Pastries
    - Sandwiches
    - Fresh Salads
    - Hot Dishes and Soups
    - Desserts and other Beverages
    Their dishes are hard to pronounce but great and satisfying!
    bonne journée!

  • 5.0

    From Paris with Love

    I've always eyed Paris, France as one of my top travel destinations mainly because of it being a hodge-podge of things that interest me most: arts, culture, food and romance. Just the mere thought of wandering around aimlessly in the most romantic place on earth tickles my heartstrings and makes me feel like a bright-eyed five year old again. Unfortunately, as far as Paris is a thousand miles away from my Manila, so is my travel budget thousands of pesos away from transforming my dream into the actual thing.
    Good thing, a trusty old friend named Cheska introduced me to Open Rice. Little did I know, our first Eat's a date would be in a quaint little deli along Makati Avenue, which is very reminiscent of Paris. I got a sneak peek of French culinary experience in a place known as Paris Delice.
    When I entered Paris Delice, I somehow mistaken it for a coffee shop because of its typical set-up and laid-back, cafe-like ambiance. The counter was filled with an assortment of breads, desserts and sandwiches while on my left there was a stand which displays salads and beverages. The walls were decorated with paintings and pictures of everything Paris. The people, mostly foreigners, were either reading magazines or newspapers if not fully engrossed with their laptops. However, when I interviewed the Head Chef, he mentioned that the main concept behind Paris Delice is to bring the the French fast food set-up to the Philippines. This was how French people would order in a fast food chain: everything packed and instant Almost everything on their menu, from breads to pastries, are imported from France, so you can most certainly proclaim that this is genuine French food!(Photo from the internet)
    For our appetizers, we had three types of panini: Classique Panini, Tartiflette Panini, and Legumes Roti Panini partnered with lettuce and tomato salad. Panini is a pressed and toasted sandwich usually with ham or cheese filling. I liked how soft and tasty the panini is and especially preferred the Taritiflette Panini which has Bacon and goat's cheese inside. There was a contrast of flavors when I tasted the salad which I found very interesting. It was sweet crunchy because of the toasted walnuts, tangy and acidic due to the tomatoes and balsamic vinegar dressing. I finished it in a few minutes and felt like I was off to a good start!We had Poulet Au Pistou, (or simply pesto for us uncultured. Haha!) for our main course. I've devoured a variety of pesto for quite some time so I had my specific standards when I tried their own version. When I enjoyed most about the dish was the pasta noodles being al dente. The serving size that we had was relatively little but surprisingly filling. The pesto sauce itself had a subtle taste, not as salty as what I really wanted; but it's the sun-dried tomatoes that did the trick and added flavor.Lastly, for dessert, the deli served us Mini Lemon Tart and Mini Choco Banana Tart. Being a sucker for sweets (I mean, who doesn't) and a hands-down chocolate lover, I was feasting my eyes on the choco banana than the lemon tart. Once I tried them both, I actually ended up liking the latter more! Both tarts are crunchy and crumbly once you took a bite. But, what made me go for the lemon tart more was because it had the right amount of zesty flavor on the creamy egg custard. The chocolate on the other was not as sweet, somehow not as chocolate-y, but still tasted good.The restaurant had good service as the people were accommodating and friendly. The head chef entertained a lot of our questions, even those which I think were senseless, which shows how much he wanted to share the goodness of French food to us.
    Although, my plans of visiting Paris will definitely take years to come true (unless you offer me a free trip!); nevertheless, it was great to know that there's a little Paris just around the corner where I can easily fall in love with scrumptious treats, fascinate around detailed paintings and experience a interesting mix of French and Filipino culture that is Paris Delice. (Photo from the internet)

  • 5.0

    From Paris with Love

    I've always eyed Paris, France as one of my top travel destinations mainly because of it being a hodge-podge of things that interest me most: arts, culture, food and romance. Just the mere thought of wandering around aimlessly in the most romantic place on earth tickles my heartstrings and makes me feel like a bright-eyed five year old again. Unfortunately, as far as Paris is a thousand miles away from my Manila, so is my travel budget thousands of pesos away from transforming my dream into the actual thing.
    Good thing, a trusty old friend named Cheska introduced me to Open Rice. Little did I know, our first Eat's a date would be in a quaint little deli along Makati Avenue, which is very reminiscent of Paris. I got a sneak peek of French culinary experience in a place known as Paris Delice.
    When I entered Paris Delice, I somehow mistaken it for a coffee shop because of its typical set-up and laid-back, cafe-like ambiance. The counter was filled with an assortment of breads, desserts and sandwiches while on my left there was a stand which displays salads and beverages. The walls were decorated with paintings and pictures of everything Paris. The people, mostly foreigners, were either reading magazines or newspapers if not fully engrossed with their laptops. However, when I interviewed the Head Chef, he mentioned that the main concept behind Paris Delice is to bring the the French fast food set-up to the Philippines. This was how French people would order in a fast food chain: everything packed and instant. Almost everything on their menu, from breads to pastries, are imported from France, so you can most certainly proclaim that this is genuine French food!(Photo from the internet)
    For our appetizers, we had three types of panini: Classique Panini, Tartiflette Panini, and Legumes Roti Panini partnered with lettuce and tomato salad. Panini is a pressed and toasted sandwich usually with ham or cheese filling. I liked how soft and tasty the panini is and especially preferred the Taritiflette Panini which has Bacon and goat's cheese inside. There was a contrast of flavors when I tasted the salad which I found very interesting. It was sweet crunchy because of the toasted walnuts, tangy and acidic due to the tomatoes and balsamic vinegar dressing. I finished it in a few minutes and felt like I was off to a good start!We had Poulet Au Pistou, (or simply pesto for us uncultured. Haha!) for our main course. I've devoured a variety of pesto for quite some time so I had my specific standards when I tried their own version. When I enjoyed most about the dish was the pasta noodles being al dente. The serving size that we had was relatively little but surprisingly filling. The pesto sauce itself had a subtle taste, not as salty as what I really wanted; but it's the sun-dried tomatoes that did the trick and added flavor.Lastly, for dessert, the deli served us Mini Lemon Tart and Mini Choco Banana Tart. Being a sucker for sweets (I mean, who doesn't) and a hands-down chocolate lover, I was feasting my eyes on the choco banana than the lemon tart. Once I tried them both, I actually ended up liking the latter more! Both tarts are crunchy and crumbly once you took a bite. But, what made me go for the lemon tart more was because it had the right amount of zesty flavor on the creamy egg custard. The chocolate on the other was not as sweet, somehow not as chocolate-y, but still tasted good.The restaurant had good service as the people were accommodating and friendly. The head chef entertained a lot of our questions, even those which I think were senseless, which shows how much he wanted to share the goodness of French food to us.
    Although, my plans of visiting Paris will definitely take years to come true (unless you offer me a free trip!); nevertheless, it was great to know that there's a little Paris just around the corner where I can easily fall in love with scrumptious treats, fascinate around detailed paintings and experience a interesting mix of French and Filipino culture that is Paris Delice. (Photo from the internet)

  • 5.0

    From Paris with Love

    I've always eyed Paris, France as one of my top travel destinations mainly because of it being a hodge-podge of things that interest me most: arts, culture, food and romance. Just the mere thought of wandering around aimlessly in the most romantic place on earth tickles my heartstrings and makes me feel like a bright-eyed five year old again. Unfortunately, as far as Paris is a thousand miles away from my Manila, so is my travel budget thousands of pesos away from transforming my dream into the actual thing.
    Good thing, a trusty old friend named Cheska introduced me to Open Rice. Little did I know, our first Eat's a date would be in a quaint little deli along Makati Avenue, which is very reminiscent of Paris. I got a sneak peek of French culinary experience in a place known as Paris Delice.
    When I entered Paris Delice, I somehow mistaken it for a coffee shop because of its typical set-up and laid-back, cafe-like ambiance. The counter was filled with an assortment of breads, desserts and sandwiches while on my left there was a stand which displays salads and beverages. The walls were decorated with paintings and pictures of everything Paris. The people, mostly foreigners, were either reading magazines or newspapers if not fully engrossed with their laptops. However, when I interviewed the Head Chef, he mentioned that the main concept behind Paris Delice is to bring the the French fast food set-up to the Philippines. This was how French people would order in a fast food chain: everything packed and instant. Almost everything on their menu, from breads to pastries, are imported from France, so you can most certainly proclaim that this is genuine French food!(Photo from the internet)
    For our appetizers, we had three types of panini: Classique Panini, Tartiflette Panini, and Legumes Roti Panini partnered with lettuce and tomato salad. Panini is a pressed and toasted sandwich usually with ham or cheese filling. I liked how soft and tasty the panini is and especially preferred the Taritiflette Panini which has Bacon and goat's cheese inside. There was a contrast of flavors when I tasted the salad which I found very interesting. It was sweet crunchy because of the toasted walnuts, tangy and acidic due to the tomatoes and balsamic vinegar dressing. I finished it in a few minutes and felt like I was off to a good start!We had Poulet Au Pistou, (or simply pesto for us uncultured. Haha!) for our main course. I've devoured a variety of pesto for quite some time so I had my specific standards when I tried their own version. When I enjoyed most about the dish was the pasta noodles being al dente. The serving size that we had was relatively little but surprisingly filling. The pesto sauce itself had a subtle taste, not as salty as what I really wanted; but it's the sun-dried tomatoes that did the trick and added flavor.Lastly, for dessert, the deli served us Mini Lemon Tart and Mini Choco Banana Tart. Being a sucker for sweets (I mean, who doesn't) and a hands-down chocolate lover, I was feasting my eyes on the choco banana than the lemon tart. Once I tried them both, I actually ended up liking the latter more! Both tarts are crunchy and crumbly once you took a bite. But, what made me go for the lemon tart more was because it had the right amount of zesty flavor on the creamy egg custard. The chocolate on the other was not as sweet, somehow not as chocolate-y, but still tasted good.The restaurant had good service as the people were accommodating and friendly. The head chef entertained a lot of our questions, even those which I think were senseless, which shows how much he wanted to share the goodness of French food to us.
    Although, my plans of visiting Paris will definitely take years to come true (unless you offer me a free trip!); nevertheless, it was great to know that there's a little Paris just around the corner where I can easily fall in love with scrumptious treats, fascinate around detailed paintings and experience a interesting mix of French and Filipino culture that is Paris Delice. (Photo from the internet)

  • 5.0

    From Paris with Love

    I've always eyed Paris, France as one of my top travel destinations mainly because of it being a hodge-podge of things that interest me most: arts, culture, food and romance. Just the mere thought of wandering around aimlessly in the most romantic place on earth tickles my heartstrings and makes me feel like a bright-eyed five year old again. Unfortunately, as far as Paris is a thousand miles away from my Manila, so is my travel budget thousands of pesos away from transforming my dream into the actual thing.
    Good thing, a trusty old friend named Cheska introduced me to Open Rice. Little did I know, our first Eat's a date would be in a quaint little deli along Makati Avenue, which is very reminiscent of Paris. I got a sneak peek of French culinary experience in a place known as Paris Delice.
    When I entered Paris Delice, I somehow mistaken it for a coffee shop because of its typical set-up and laid-back, cafe-like ambiance. The counter was filled with an assortment of breads, desserts and sandwiches while on my left there was a stand which displays salads and beverages. The walls were decorated with paintings and pictures of everything Paris. The people, mostly foreigners, were either reading magazines or newspapers if not fully engrossed with their laptops. However, when I interviewed the Head Chef, he mentioned that the main concept behind Paris Delice is to bring the the French fast food set-up to the Philippines. This was how French people would order in a fast food chain: everything packed and instant. Almost everything on their menu, from breads to pastries, are imported from France, so you can most certainly proclaim that this is genuine French food!(Photo from the internet)
    For our appetizers, we had three types of panini: Classique Panini, Tartiflette Panini, and Legumes Roti Panini partnered with lettuce and tomato salad. Panini is a pressed and toasted sandwich usually with ham or cheese filling. I liked how soft and tasty the panini is and especially preferred the Taritiflette Panini which has Bacon and goat's cheese inside. There was a contrast of flavors when I tasted the salad which I found very interesting. It was sweet crunchy because of the toasted walnuts, tangy and acidic due to the tomatoes and balsamic vinegar dressing. I finished it in a few minutes and felt like I was off to a good start!We had Poulet Au Pistou, (or simply pesto for us uncultured. Haha!) for our main course. I've devoured a variety of pesto for quite some time so I had my specific standards when I tried their own version. When I enjoyed most about the dish was the pasta noodles being al dente. The serving size that we had was relatively little but surprisingly filling. The pesto sauce itself had a subtle taste, not as salty as what I really wanted; but it's the sun-dried tomatoes that did the trick and added flavor.Lastly, for dessert, the deli served us Mini Lemon Tart and Mini Choco Banana Tart. Being a sucker for sweets (I mean, who doesn't) and a hands-down chocolate lover, I was feasting my eyes on the choco banana than the lemon tart. Once I tried them both, I actually ended up liking the latter more! Both tarts are crunchy and crumbly once you took a bite. But, what made me go for the lemon tart more was because it had the right amount of zesty flavor on the creamy egg custard. The chocolate on the other was not as sweet, somehow not as chocolate-y, but still tasted good.The restaurant had good service as the people were accommodating and friendly. The head chef entertained a lot of our questions, even those which I think were senseless, which shows how much he wanted to share the goodness of French food to us.
    Although, my plans of visiting Paris will definitely take years to come true (unless you offer me a free trip!); nevertheless, it was great to know that there's a little Paris just around the corner where I can easily fall in love with scrumptious treats, fascinate around detailed paintings and experience a interesting mix of French and Filipino culture that is Paris Delice. (Photo from the internet)

  • 5.0

    Eat's a Date at Paris Delice

    Fast Food restaurant arises anywhere in the metro, but only a few can be really defined as excellent with an expectation of a modern French experience. Paris delice is a French fast food restaurant that carries genuine breads – must try the paninis. They cater different varieties of breads, sandwiches, patisseries and coffee. Bringing another healthy option that will make us experience a taste explosion to our taste buds. Eating in a Paris Delice makes me feel that I’m really in a Paris. I love their freshly made paninis.
    The Menu Panini served with salad Verte, Crème Caramel and Ice Tea. (350php)
    They offered us three different paninis sample. They all look delicious and fresh, it is a love at first sight for me. It is such a healthy creations yet highly pleasing to my taste.Classique Panini – I love the bread, parma ham, creamy mozzarella, tomato and pesto. What an unusually good flavor combination.Legumes Roti Panini
    It emphasizes a robust flavors, it serves a freshly-cut, fire-roasted vegetables and legumes and the soft and smooth feta cheese and mozzarella cheese with the traditional side dish – salad. They worked very well to produce a very delicious panini.
    Tartiflette Panini
    The cheese has a taste that I can’t compare to other cheeses in the other two paninis. It’s creamy and mild and born to be eaten with potatoes. The panini is perfectly mixed with bacon, sautéed onions and reblochon cheese. I'm not lying when I say that this is the most delicious thing I've ever eaten. Seriously. The best! It is the first and definitely won’t be the last.The chicken was cooked just right and the pasta was fantastically prepared BUT with the abundant use of olive oil. The chicken was succulent and perfectly complimented with sun dried tomatoes. The food was well-prepared and served with a flourish. Its color is really an invitation.
    Of course who will leave without these yummy dessertsI was stunned by the visual appeal and plating of the food, had a Mini Choco Banana Tart that was the best. It is trade off between wanting a crisp exterior of a flaky, buttery tart shell filled with a creamy rich chocolate made a sophisticated dessert with a slice of banana as a garnish.
    Mini Lemon Tart - Light Color that was a surprise, flavor that was wonderful and a creamy delicate lemon dressing that was a perfect compliment. It is really short, crumbly and melts in my mouth. I hardly taste the drops of vanilla extract because of the finely zested lemon.
    The sweetness of mini choco banana tart balances out mint lemon tart in this low-cal dessert, resulting in a succulent crisp! What a perfect grouping to end the meal.
    AmbianceThe restaurant is quite small but with a cozy and great atmosphere, not cramped. It is clean that really gives a good impression to the customers. When I first stepped through the brightly lit entrance I witnessed the Eiffel Tower, so if you are looking for a scenic and romantic dining at a reasonable price this is definitely worth a try. It has sleek contemporary paintings. The interior has been decorated in an urbane style with striking paintings of the city in Paris and impressions of the tower’s intricate metal lattice work.
    It is also good in doing business and entertaining client for they provide a free Wi-Fi connection.
    Service Chef Alfredo shows some tangible personality traits while serving our food. He looks organized and flexible. He knows what we want – delicious food that is presented appealingly and does his best to make sure that we got what we are expecting when we enter the restaurant. He introduced his creations gracefully and with pride.
    Staffs are very friendly and helpful. The service was exemplary and amicable. They give good service. They offer a variety of menu that gives us a lot of options. It seems that there employees are trained to be well-mannered and willing to serve the customers. They are also willing to deliver in Makati and Fort areas.
    They charge reasonable prices of food. They set prices based on the type of food and the level of service as well.
    The quality of food and service they provided cause me to visit Paris Delice again

    Bon Appetit A Tous!

  • 5.0

    Little Paris

    Is it your dream to go see the Eiffel Tower in Paris? Do you want to taste the delicious and most amazing food found in Europe? The different croissants, quiche and scrumptious desserts.Fret not! Philippines has its own little version of Paris right at the heart of Makati Avenue. Its a little tiny cafe that serves such delectable and appetizing desserts and snacks. Can't seem to find this little cafe, well the best landmark would be Andok's, which is visible from afar if you would be coming from Ayala Avenue, but that would be before Andok's, so always look to your left and in no time you would find Paris Delice.The cafe is quite small but it provides comfy seats and a lot of space to move around. Prefer to stay outside, they also have seats outside and the best part, they have free WiFi and its absolutely fast. I actually found a place to hangout if ever I'm around Makati and waiting for a friend.The cafe also a lot of pictures put up on their wall, maybe a little view of how Paris looks like.My friend Melo was the one who introduced this to me, after she got off from work she told me that we should try out this cafe and Paris Delice has been there for quite some time. I have no idea why I've never seen it before. Maybe because its not as visible, since, the place is pretty small but I must say it is a great find.Food:Soup of the day - They had two soups of the day and we chose Pumpkin soup since, that is Melo's favorite haha. It was nice and warm and really rich and creamy. When ordering their soup of the day, you would help yourself but I think you can only get just once haha. I thought it was soup all you can.The soup comes with a free piece of bread.Quiche Spinach - They had around 3 to 4 types of quiche but the waitress recommended to me their Quiche Spinach as it is their best seller and she was absolutely correct. We enjoyed it to last bit. It was a snack in a pastry cup filled with scrambled eggs, spinach and I think its feta cheese. It was light and the pastry was not crumbly at all. O and yes be careful when consuming it at once because the filling is pretty hot when served. I almost burnt my tongue because of that haha.Nutella Beignet - For our dessert we had a dessert that resembled a sugar coated donut. It was a dessert that had that yummy Nutella (Nutella is a delicious, rich chocolate spread, or as I like it, I eat it as is haha) in the center of the bread. At first you might think that they did not add enough Nutella but it actually has just the right amount to enjoy the whole dessert. Plus, I think its already pretty affordable since, Nutella is quite expensive especially here in the Philippines.Orange Juice - I know its a cafe and the first instinct is to buy coffee haha but I opted to buy Orange Juice and not just any ordinary commerical juice, but fresh orange juice which I love because it has a sweet sour taste to it, refreshing and healthy.Next time if you feel like have a snack or coffee but want something new and not too expensive then I would recommend this place.

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