Ah Tee

2/F Makansutra, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Ah Tee
3.5 Stars

5 Reviewers

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  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 1
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Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 10:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars

Makansutra is open and I’ve been finding myself going back here more often. My plan is to try a number of their 60 dish offering spread out into 12 stalls. Singaporean is the main thing but this food establishment also has China, Hong Kong, Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian cuisines.

Ah Tee focuses only on omelettes and savory carrot cake. In fact they only have three items in their food stall. They make it in front of you, fresh. Since they do that, I requested mine to have much lesser guilt. Less oil that is. It came out better. For me, less grease means more room for the flavor to come out.

I really enjoyed the Fried Plain Carrot Cake. The soft and well made carrot filled cubes had a good balance of seasoning and sweetness. Have a good amount of Sambal sauce with it to give spicy kick! The Oyster Pancake was fluffy on the inside with a delightful crisp on the outside. Oysters were too fresh and best mixed with its accompanying sweet spicy sauce. Do not miss both of these on your visit here, have it with plain rice like I did.

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April H.
3.0 Stars

So Makansutra is the famous hawker food hub at Glutton's bay in Singapore. Imagine one of the food parks in the Philippines and that's the atmosphere of this place. Very laid back and casual, this outdoor foodcourt rose to fame partly because of conceptualizing and hosting the first World Street Food congress. They also have pretty good brands such as Wee Nam Kee, which started as one of the stalls in Makansutra. Thus, it's no surprise when Filipinos flocked to this place when it first opened. It's a mixture of being jilted at the World Street Food congress a few months back, good marketing, curiosity and brand noteriety that initally attracted the large crowd.

Personally, I was only able to try one stall before--the HK Street Old Chun Kee, which serves chili crabs, cereal prawns and salted egg chicken. The servings are too big for just two people, so I plan to come back once we are with a bigger group. We ended up trying a few stalls including Ah Tee for their oyster omlette. To cut it short, it was bland, oily and not worth the price tag. Not a store that I would recommend either.


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Angel U.
4.0 Stars

I always wanted to try this place because i'm just so miss Singapore Food, but never have a chance because to go SM Megamall, I really really need to make sure have something on around there too, else, i will need to think thrice hahaha, why? Coz I can't handle the traffic 128518 at Megamall area.

So it's lunch time & heading to Megamall after doing something at surrounding there, and directly heading to Makansutra,

So excited to see so many stall selling the food that i miss, feels like to order all hahah but well tummy have capacity, so decided to order,

127859 Oyster Omelette or Oh Luak (chinese name) &
🍽 Black Carrot Cake with ikan bilis 128031
127860 Roti Prata (plain) with curry (on another review)
127848 Black Gluttionous Rice (Bubur Pulut Hitam) w/ ice cream (on another review)

Waiting for about 10mins, here comes the food,

The portion very generous (it's good thing, because the price is not that cheap too compared to price at Singapore)
🔸it is for sharing can satisfy 2-3 pax

128077🏻The taste, is good, the chewy & the freshness of Oyster, really blend well with the egg (omelette)

🔸 the carrot cake, not so sweet, i think they could improve on the size of the carrot cake because it's kinda big for each cake hence the flavor of egg and soy sauce not infuse into it. However the flavor overall is good.
- it's white carrot , thats why the color is white hahaha~

So yeah portion can be for 3-4 people.

So if you have time, go try singapore local cuisine at makansutra,

i will be back to try other food

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Ian P.
4.0 Stars

Ordered the oyster omelette and the black radish cake. The oyster omelette was fresh and delicious. I prefer it more than the one I had in Taipei.
I like as well the radish carrot cake it was freehand crunchy, the wife didn't like it. Oh well

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Jayson J.
2.0 Stars

What's inside Makansutra?

Ah tee. This is where Elaine O decided to buy one of our food last Monday. This restaurant offers only two dishes: the oyster omelette and the fried carrot cake.

128204 oyster omelette
One thing i like the most with this dish: its sauce. The sauce was a little spicy. The omelette was not "homogenous". The oyster tastes fine but really--I've tasted a lot of good oyster omelette say for example: sincerity chicken's....

Ticking off one of makansutra's food hall.

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