Café Monaco

2/F Sekai Center, 368 Ortigas Ave. cor. Madison St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila

Café Monaco
4.0 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
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  • 7 Reviewers

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
3.0 Stars

After a long and heavy lunch at Livestock and with the heat, I took a stop, alone this time for Korean dessert.

Well first I didnt know it was a Korean resto with its name. The owners themselves were around and serviced.

They do have a full blown Korean line and would love to come back and try. The dessert I had wasn’t like Bingsu. They call it Korean Halo Halo. Although it satisfied craving, it wasnt a novelty with big ice. I did enjoy their beans- creamy and sweet.

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Pauline Y.
5.0 Stars

I love this place. I work in the area so I often find myself having lunch here. It's very affordable and it has a friendly, bright ambience. I've yet to be disappointed by anything I've ordered and that's been a lot of items thus far. My personal favorites are the Korean Beef BBQ, Club Monaco Sandwich, Pork Omelette, and Gyakiniku.

Drinks-wise, I say go for the iced tea or one of their fresh juices or shakes. Apple is one I tend to lean towards. Tell them not to add any extra sugar case it's perfect as is. Yum. Everything is delicious, generous servings as well, and the friendly price tag only makes the dining experience that much sweeter. The staff is polite and courteous as well. If you work close by as well, you can even request for them to deliver your food to you at no extra charge.

P.S. That's the owner in the background personally taking customers' orders. I shall be back tomorrow :) xxx


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Monique A.
3.0 Stars

Really so sleepy & I have a project to visit nearby... here also to buy a new pair of boxing gloves ...but the shop isn't here anymore128542

with each heavy steps I went to the 2nd floor & need a cup of caffeine desperately ... The place doesn't look much... Looks more like a korean eatery than a cafe... Looked at the menu & I woke up...PHP40 FOR A CUPPA OF CAFE MOCHA?!?!?!?... Seriously ??

Got myself a cup... It doesn't taste like the usual coffee... watered down & so hard to drink unsweetened... all milky no coffee .... Haha... But at 40.... I can't complain128541

They're selling here kimchi by the kl & even let me taste it... Gv me a glass of iced water without asking .. table napkin... Service is amazing ... Lol... & I paid 40 for all this ... Unbelievable ... Haha... World record to date 128541... Oh kimchi btw was delicious & crisp & spiced just right to gv me a kick to wake up 9786

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Pat G.
4.0 Stars

Worth the price! SULIT!

The bibimbap is good aside from the fact that they have a generous serving!

The restaurant has a long list of Japanese and korean dishes! Very affordable but tasty naman din.

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Hungry H.
5.0 Stars

They serve affordable korean food. Its main branch, the one in banawe, has been happily serving for 13 years.

Try their bibimbap and tempura.

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Gilbert T.
4.0 Stars

no it's not the monaco at the french riviera.

a fusion of korean, japanese, and american dishes. they have salads, crepes, sandwiches, noodles, ramen, and coffee.

a small cozy place good for family or a casual date.

parking is a bit hard tho on lunch time because of the yoga place on the 3rd floor. food is about 80-300 per head depending on what you order.

and oh, did I say one of the owners is a Korean?

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Charles P.
5.0 Stars

Food - 3.5/5

reason I'm giving this restaurant a 5 is because of the value :) really affordable

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