Al Batra Restaurant & Coffee Shop

Makati Ave. cor. Constellation St., Makati, Metro Manila

Al Batra Restaurant & Coffee Shop
3.7
3.5 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
  • 4 stars 3
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
  • 0 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
Middle Eastern

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Most Recent Reviews

Mailene N.
4.0 Stars

Brought my family here since I really enjoyed my first time dining in this resto and I know that my parents are going to enjoy their dishes. We got the kabsa chicken while the others had a platter of beef kebab and a cup of biryani and kabsa rice. The chicken kabsa was huge and can really fill one person. They said the kebab was tasty but was a bit tough. The biryani rice was really good. Also we had the moutable dip with pita and it was good too. The downside of this resto is that it's pricey. Nevertheless if you want to eat in a good and authentic middle eastern resto, try it here.

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Anthonio C.
3.0 Stars

If you want to try Middle Eastern food, this is a good start, though I won't recommend the Chicken Biryani since it's just like ordinary fried chicken. Go for the Chicken Kuzu instead. The bismati rice was unique, in fairness.

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Mark N.
5.0 Stars

Best Arabic Bread in the country!!128077

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Denise M.
4.0 Stars

We always dine in here in al batra & these are one of our favee :) prices range to 300-1000 for 2 persons. Must try their rice youll love it 128591

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Larah L.
3.0 Stars

Wanted something different. Food was good but we saw a big rat walking!

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Micci L.
3.0 Stars

I guess it was only okay because I expected an Indian food menu. I have always wanted to eat at this place and i had a chance when my boyfriend told me he was craving for Indian food.
Then when i started asking for Dal and Chapati, the waitress said that they didnt have any. Then i asked for mutton but they didnt have it either. We ended up getting the pita bread and biryani with meat. It was okay.

I liked their hummus and felafel, it tasted "fresh". I guess if you have guests from the middle eastern part of the world, it's okay to bring them here? But if you are just looking to explore, you might not want to put this on your shortlist.

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Eibee B.
4.0 Stars

Love it! Reminds me of the dingy shisha places in the U.S. Open 24 hours. Not-so-hidden gem with an extensive menu. Owner is Jordanian, so the selection is quite different from other Middle Eastern restos. Was only able to try the lamb pita, which was ok but not the best.

Shisha is made well and comparatively cheap at Php300. They dont sell alcohol, so bring your own. Corkage is Php100/bottle.

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