Balkan Kitchen & Bar

3/F RCBC Plaza, Ayala Ave. cor. Gil Puyat Ave., Salcedo Village, Makati, Metro Manila

Balkan Kitchen & Bar
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7 Reviewers

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  • 7 Reviews
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  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
International

Payment Options

Cash

Price Range

₱195 - ₱1,400

Most Recent Reviews

Ann Margret E.
4.0 Stars

Loved their Stuffed Pljeshavica (cheese!). Also liked everything else I've tried. Seasoning is perfect, not heavy-handed on salt but managed to not make the dishes bland.

I personally prefer the BGC branch, but I like the fact that the serving size here is just sakto for one person, with the prices adjusted accordingly.

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Miggy T.
4.0 Stars

Can't pronounce half of the things on the menu, but food here is good. Pictured are the cabbage rolls, stuffed chicken breast and cheese-stuffed beef. Comes with silky mashed potatoes. All recommended.

Half the price and serving size compared to their other branches presumably because of the office crowd. Either way, they serve authentic Serbian food.

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Mervin M.
4.0 Stars

If not for the long lines during lunch time at RCBC, we would have not stumbled upon this quaint place.

The place was simple, no-frills yugoslaslav themed eatery. I was excited since I have never tried baklan cuisine before and hesitant at the same time that they might cost me my arm and leg since few people are eating inside during peak hours.

I was surprised that I enjoyed it. I was glad we tried it and theres a big possibility we will be back soon multiple times in the future.

I had the Ćevapčići (sausage) meal and we shared gaspacho which became my instant favorite. Gaspacho is a tomato based soup with beef and pasta. It's like if Beef brisket would marry a beef mechado would marry and have a baby it would be a yusgoslavian gaspacho. You can eat it with rice or their local bread.

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Rachel T.
3.0 Stars

My 1st time to eat here. Also, my 1st time to try a Yugoslavian cuisine. I ate here Monday this week around lunch time. I'm not really sure if this is how a Yugoslavian dish taste like. Sorry, but I cannot remember the name of the dishes nor read/spell them (it's really complicated)

What we ordered is somewhat a cordon bleu and a beef soup (check the picture). The cordon bleu-like is chicken with mozzarella cheese oozing and has a hard coating. Together with it is ketchup & mayo plus mashed potato and a small serving of salad. The mashed potato is not powder based, not buttery and not salty. While the beef in the soup was actually very soft and tasty. The soup also contains some potatoes and twisted noodles.

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Maureen S.
4.0 Stars

As I am trying to not get bloated, in time for my belly dancing rehearsal 128131🏼 I chose to eat healthy. Hehe just for 1 day! 128540 the venue is in RCBC plaza theater, so i went around looking for protein and chanced upon Balkan. I ordered their egg white omelet with feta cheese 128522 i like the fact that they have egg white omelet; the other place i found this is in Bo's Coffee. I never really like eating the yolk anyway (except for leche flans)

I think I should try their beef dishes 128527

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Mae A.
4.0 Stars

Had dinner here last Friday, and was expecting the whole Balkan dining experience I had in their Perea branch. Sadly, the portions were smaller and so was the price. I guess this is their "budget" version of it being that their surrounding restos are affordably priced. Still, the dishes were good. Had their Stuffed Pljeskavica which was meat stuffed with mozarella cheese. Paired with rice and sauce, this was one good and meaty dinner 128523

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Myzyl C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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