Greenbelt 5 has a wide stretch of interesting restaurants to try. Oftentimes, we get too intimidated by the posh and luxurious setting, but seriously, there are some good restaurants to try without doing too much damage to your wallet. Tapella is one of those restaurants.
Tapella is a Spanish restaurant which takes pride of its roots. I can think of three reasons why you should drop by at Tapella. First, the ambiance is a great place to unwind, with a luxurious vibe. Second, you may want to get a glimpse of their charming chef, Chef Robert Spakowski. And lastly, they have the best tapas (appetizer) for a good price.
For starters, we has a taste of a cold and hot soup and some greens..
What I really enjoyed at Tapella were their tapa selection. They have different types of chorizos that goes well with their nice selection of wines.
Tapella is a Spanish Restaurant, so naturally we wouldn’t miss trying their version of paellas. We got to try three interesting paellas that night.
The Arroz Manchego consists of chicken, shrimp and asparagus, topped with generous manchego cheese.
We were already full to the brim, but as foodies, we always leave room for dessert. And as the saying goes, no matter how full your stomach is, you can always have dessert because dessert goes straight to the heart. (I just remembered that, though I don’t remember where I read this)
Overall, Tapella is a great place to have a nice drink along with their interesting tapas selection. Prices are comparable to its neighboring restaurants in Greenbelt. If you are looking for a place to dine and unwind with a bit of seclusion, you can try dining at Tapella.
What is your favorite restaurant in Greenbelt?
Tapella by Gaudi Restobar
GF, Greenbelt 5, Legaspi St.
Legaspi Village, Makati
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