Bon Appétit

June 18, 2012

I've been interested to visit this place by the time I saw it. Just as I've said on my previous blog post. link So, Last Sunday, together with my bittersweet buddy May Ann, we tried this newly opened Parisian Restaurant- Le Petit Cheri.

This Cafe Restaurant is strategically located at the corner of a block at Molito Alabang (Near Soderno). It is bounded by three curtain walls allowing the natural light to generously enter the space.

As soon as you enter the place, you will be greeted by this grand staircase.

We chose to dine at the mezzanine area 'coz it's more quiet and we were kinda curious to see what's in here.

So here's what you can expect on the upper floor.

4 shelves of books which houses Fiction to Coffee table books. And of course, books related to France. :)

Cool Furniture. They have this wooden round tables and chairs. (As seen below) And The set that I love the most- small orange couches. 

View of Alabang Skyline

The details of the railings
They also have this photowall which extends to the ground floor.
A very nice collection of photographs
One of the 3 designs of their dining set.
My first impression of the place- Bright and Fresh- during the day. . And at night, It looks so elegant. Although I've only seen it from the outside.

Aside from the interior, of course, the main factor that pulls us to visit a restaurant is the food.

I've ordered this one 'coz it reminded me of the movie- Le Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain (2001)   
".. Amélie dedicates her life to simple pleasures.. cracking crème brûlée with a teaspoon" 
Crème brûlée P75
May ordered Orange and mine was Apple. 

Fresh Juices (Apple and Orange) P75
It's not your usual grilled chicken. I think they put some kind of herbs in it that made it super good. (Sorry for the lame description, All I know is to eat :))

Grilled Chicken Sandwich P114
Looking at the menu, I find the pastries and drinks affordable. But the Entree, Main course and all, are bit expensive. But I would like to try it some other time (when I'm not broke). Hope it's worth it.

We were wondering though why don't they charge for service like in any other restaurants.

Oh, they also serves wines. Here's their Bar area at the ground floor. 

I wasn't able to take a decent photo of the servers. (But there's a glimpse above) They wore cute orange stripes top with a matching Parisian beret.


A Parisian restaurant will never be complete without this. 

À la prochaine, Le Petit Cheri.

You can visit their facebook page for more updates.


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