Chelsea Kitchen

G/F Mega Fashion Hall, SM Megamall, EDSA cor. Julia Vargas Ave., Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Chelsea Kitchen
4.0
4.0 Stars

76 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 19
  • 4 stars 40
  • 3 stars 14
  • 2 stars 3
  • 1 star 0
  • 84 Reviews
  • 265 Recommend
  • 76 Reviewers
Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6329097012

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Valet, Garage
Take Out:
Yes
Outdoor Seating:
No
Ambience:
Casual
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars
4

From a far, Chelsea Kitchen is bright and colorful. It was really inviting to seat as they have very cozy and sweet surrounding.

Had a meeting and we had tinapa pizza and chicken salad which were both done extra ordinary and bursting with unique taste. To add the presentations were outstanding- especially how they presented coffee.

A relax place that you must visit!

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars
10

Thanks to the raintree group for having us team kaladkarin try the this branch. This branch is really good for barkadas as they offer sets that are really worth the price.

128204 Option A @600PhP
128073🏼 Good for two persons: one mozzarella, tomatoes and basil pizza, 1 spicy arabiatta rigatoni, 2 glasses of iced tea

128204128525 Option B @1400PhP
128073🏼 Good for four persons: 1 super garlic cream pizza, 1 bolognese pasta, 1 chicken bites, 1 iced tea carafe

128204128525 Option C @2400PhP
128073🏼 Good for six persons: 2 bacon Hawaiian pizza, 2 truffle mushroom and bacon pasta, 1 chicken bites, 2 iced tea carafes

Wonder what’s the difference from the serendra Chelsea? Basically, it’s cheaper here in Chelsea kitchen as it was inspired by the open cafes at Europe found in the streets, while Chelsea grand cafe is inspired by New York’s Chelsea market.

With regards to the food they serve, both Chelseas offer Western and Eastern comfort food and only little difference from each other. This branch is basically more accessible to the public and offers packages that are really good for groups!

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars
10

Team Kaladkarin went to Chelsea Kitchen in SM Megamall to try the CK Bundles promo of the restaurant.

THE PLACE

Chelsea Kitchen is a spin-off restaurant of The Raintree Restaurants Group. It has a casual set-up which the mall goers or shoppers can enjoy the banquet in an open restaurant.

CK BUNDLES

127829Option A (Good for 2 Persons) for Php600.00
1 Mozzarella, Tomatoes and Basil Pizza
1 Spicy Arabiatta Rigatoni
1 Iced Tea Carafe

127829Option B (Good for 4 Persons) for Php1,400.00
1 Super Garlic Cream Pizza
1 Bolognese Pasta
1 Chicken Bites
1 Iced Tea Carafe

127829Option C (Good for 6 Persons) for Php2,400.00
2 Bacon Hawaiian Pizza
2 Truffle Mushroom and Bacon Pasta
1 Chicken Bites
1 Donut Holes
2 Iced Tea Carafes

You can save as much as Php315.00 for availing the CK bundle. My favorite is the Option B CK bundle. I like the flavor of Super Garlic Cream Pizza especially adding some honey chili oil on top of it. It enhances the flavor. The other one was the Chicken Bites. The chicken was very addictive during our eat up, adding some vinegar and gravy will make you eat more. Another favorite was in the Option C, you should try the Donut Holes, it's a deep fried dough with caramel syrup inside and seasoned with confectioner sugar and served with melted chocolate. Drools right? This is everyone's dying for... I think I ate 3 donuts. Hehe 128514

THE SERVICE

The service went well. Michele of Raintree Group accommodated us and the staff of Chelsea Kitchen provided excellent service.

The event was sponsored and paid by Chelsea Kitchen.

#ilovetoeatph 12851510084

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Odessa G.
5.0 Stars
3

The Looloo rendezvous paved way for me to meet new people who also loves food as much as I do. And one influenced me to try Chelsea Kitchen (Hi Mich M). 128522

Tried their best-selling Tapa. The serving is sooo generous. I think it is good for 2 persons. The tapa itself is delicious, it is not the usual taste you expect from a tapa. It is conveniently placed on top of the rice which allowed some of drippings be in the rice for added flavor. Egg cooked perfectly. It was served with Suka and Atsara on the side place in small cute baking cups.

I cannot imagine how full I am after this dinner. Looking forward to try their pastas. 128536

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Sandra Y.
4.0 Stars
4

Its been quite a while since I dine in Chelsea Kitchen. The last time was in Podium. And ever since they reincarnated in Megamall, its my first time... that's 2 weeks ago (sorry for the late post)

The place has maintained its homie feels though they are now located in an open space. Its fresh and modern as usual.The Raintree group has consistent ambiance128077🏽

Their menu is well thought of, not the usual dish we had. It has a twist, the kind that excites your tastebuds.

We had:

128076🏼Smoked Tinapa Aglio Olio -angel hair pasta,fresh basil, peperoncini, and cherry tomatoes. - looking at it makes me think twice if its good. Its not as colorful as other pasta that I normally tried. But the tinapa is the main ingredient that brings taste128522 plus the pasta is just enough not as heavy. All in all, I enjoyed it. Its simple yet flavorful.

128076🏼Bulalo Ramen- meaty beef bulalo, soup, cabbage and noodles. This was ordered by Lea A Its the usual bulalo, but instead of having rice. The

128076🏼Bottomless Iced Tea- so good!

Food: i enjoyed the pasta, the bulalo ramen is just okay to me
Price: for big serving, price is reasonable

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Shaine M.
4.0 Stars
3

I apologize for being a coffee snob but their coffee is bleh. It may be my fault too for ordering the Cafe Dulce de Leche, so I'll give the other offerings a chance.

Yellow Carbonara: creamy pasta with poached egg topped with Hollandaise sauce - what more can you ask for in a comfort food!

Peach Mint Iced tea: love it..!! Right amount of sweetness and mint

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Abe C.
5.0 Stars
4

The legend of Mr. Jones' US Beef Ribcap Tapa and Garlic Overload continues in Chelsea Kitchen! Ahhhh, the world is right again. I can, once again, hear Barney Stinson saying, that's gonna be, legeeeeeendddd-wait-for-it-tapa-oveload-daaaary!

Since the Raintree group closed Mr. Jones 3 or so years back, I've been missing what probably is the best tapa ever for me. Juicy, thin cut, soft, beefy but ever so fatty cuts of beef tapa, giving my mouth a burst of savory goodness with a hint of sweetness! Ahhhh, oh Mr. Jones Tapa Overload, how long has thee been missed by me!

Chelsea Kitchen, at a Glance:
> Food & Beverage: 127775127775127775127775127775
> Service (Dine-In): 127775127775127775127775 a few missteps by the trainee on denying me the tapa overload experience at the start was rectified. Service was friendly and fast.
> Kitchen Service: 127775127775127775127775127775
> Ambience: 127775127775127775127775127775 brilliant use of open space, different furniture yet coherently designed look
> Value for Money: 127775127775127775127775
OVERALL: 127775127775127775127775127775
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Worth a try - Yes
Worth a return - Absolutely!

> TIPS: you can have coffee, brunch, dessert or have a full meal here. Well lit, great service, very good food, and a choice of at least 3 distinct areas, furniture and feel-wise. For dessert, I recommend the donut holes. Yummy with the thick chocolate dip. Coffee is great, too, though pricey.

> VERDICT: Obviously order the dammed tapa, right Peanut D??? And their Donut Holes are awesome good.

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More kwento, etc.

Chelsea Kitchen offers a great variety of food, but today, my objective was to see if their tapa carries on the Mr. Jones Tapa Overload and they did! 'Nuff said. I'm thankful to have met Raintree group's Chef Kalel Chan a year ago and haven't forgotten his tips to check 2 restos of this group where Mr. Jones' imprint is subtly still visible in the form of their Tapa Overload. Yummy.

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Kate R.
3.0 Stars
2

I was always intrigued with Chelsea, and finally I had a chance to have a snack here with my sister.

Well, I didn't enjoy their best seller Wicked Truffle Mac And Cheese. Too salty and I cant seem to enjoy the every bite of it. The aroma of the truffle is present however something doesn't adds up. 128533128529

We've also ordered chicken salad though, and it was way better than the mac and cheese... yes it was fresh and crunchy!

Presentation of food is good, so all in all I think it was okay.
Price is quite expensive too. 128566

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Annechile S.
4.0 Stars

I am a big fan of pizza 127829 and pasta 127837 . Had a late-lunch with a friend here a few weeks back.

We ordered:

| Yellow Carbonara: 127837127837127837127837 (320php) it was my first time to have a poached egg on a pasta, but I liked it it! Yum!

| Bacon Hawaiian 127829127829127829127829 (350php) the pizza was really flavorful. Di tinipid ang ingredients.

Service was efficient which is always a plus! 128076🏻

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Mica C.
5.0 Stars

My absolute favorite salad has to be the Sesame Seared Tuna and Mango for P350. I love the tangy dressing and mango. And I get so full with the Seared Tuna that they do not scrimp on. And its so inviting, light pink smack in the middle but charcoal black on the outside, a masterchef worthy prep for the Tuna. And the drama the waiters build on when mixing all the components together makes it more fun! Caveat though, expect to wait for a while. My bf ordered a burger and it took much longer before they brought it out. We had to call their attention a few times. But when it comes to Salad, Chelsea Kitchen knows their stuff!

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Tei A.
3.0 Stars

Had a quick lunch of truffle cheese mushroom pizza and iced tea! Nothing special.

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Steffhanie S.
4.0 Stars
6

Chelsea Kitchen is one of the most visually appealing restaurants in Mega Fashion Hall.

Located close to Zara, it's an outdoor restaurant that's actually open on all of its sides so if you're wanting some privacy while eating, this may not be the place for you.

This American-Italian inspired resto has very hip, modern and cool looking decors, furnitures and interiors. The open kitchen has a mixture of steels, woods and plastics in the designs making it look very eccentric. The colorful furnitures vary from large sofas to stools and regular chairs that really gave the resto its character and identity.

The menu has loads to offer -- from its appetizers to a selection of pizzas, burgers and sandwiches to pastas and even ramens, hot and cold drinks, Chelsea Kitchen won't disappoint.

So for our orders, we got the Mozarella, Tomatoes & Basil Pizza, Yellow Carbonara and the Seafood Cioppino.

I am not a fan of Carbonara but I got to appreciate this one given that the pasta was cooked well, the creaminess was balanced with the overall taste of the dish and I liked the effect and taste added by the poached egg on top of it. This one came with some ciabatta bread that I loved.

The Seafood Cioppino looked really well presented when it came to our table. The orange sauce mixed with loads of seafoods from shrimps, mussels, clams etc., looked visually pleasing altogether. The flavors and tastes went really good together and the texture was made even better by these soft crouton bites that gave the pasta a different aftertaste.

The pizza was the usual one. What made it a little bit different was the hot sauce that got the texture, look and color of the usual honey syrup. While I was pouring some sauce on the pizza, it got me thinking that the sauce would taste sweet and yeah, it did taste sweet with the spicy aftertaste so there's this weirdness factor. Nevertheless, I enjoyed it as it's something new for me.

There are still a whole lot more to explore from their menu and I am quite excited to visit the place again.

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Vicky J.
5.0 Stars

The location of this restaurant at Megamall wasn't so inviting to me at first as it is in an open space at the mall's fashion hall. It lacked the privacy I always look for when dining. However, they serve very good food with a wide array of food items to choose from that the privacy issue didn't matter anymore even if passersby give you a stare as you have your meal. In fact, I have been to this place twice already and wouldn't mind going back to try the other interesting dishes they offer.

Commendable among the dishes I've tried at Chelsea is the CK Chicken Salad. It's an Asian coleslaw-type salad with char-grilled Asian pesto chicken, peanut plum dressing, fresh basil, cilantro, mint leaves, red and green cabbage, carrots with a nutty flavor from the generous sprinkle of peanuts and black sesame seeds. It is quite filling and can be shared between 3-4 people. It is very refreshing, too and unique from the other salads I've tasted.

Next time I visit, I will make sure to try their desserts. I always end up too full with my meals thar there's no more room for dessert. See you again CK!

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars
6

SM Megamall could be a city capital with the crowd it has. Seriously! Why is it crowded EVERYDAY?! What do those frequent shoppers do for a living??? Anyway, my college friends and I decided to have lunch here and since the restaurants we want to visit are packed, we settled with this quaint restaurant on the ground floor of Fashion Hall.

Hello, Chelsea Kitchen!

A good friend of mine told me that this place serves good food. And I believe her since Chelsea never fails me.

When I arrived, M and K already ordered the following: Smoked Tinapa Aglio Olio (PHP320), Three Cheese Pizza (PHP320), The CK Chicken Salad (PHP250) and Jones’ Tapa & Fried Egg (PHP320). I just added Crispy Pork Belly “Bagnet” (PHP395), Truffle Mac N’ Cheese (PHP295) and Sundrenched Freshly Brewed Iced Tea—Strawberry and Lemon (PHP195).

First served was our salad.

The server mentioned that it is best eaten with a bit of the dressings. True enough, I like the different flavors—saltiness of the grilled chicken, sweetness of the plum dressing and coolness of the herbs. It was a delightful dish to start the meal.

Next served was the tapa which was topped with a lot of fried garlic. It was loooove! It was tender and flavorful.

The smoked tinapa pasta was pretty good as well. The flavor was light and not overwhelming. The serving was good for sharing too. However, I find it a bit too oily. Then again, it’s aglio olio so I should expect that.

The three cheese pizza was delightful too. I loved that it tasted cheesy. I usually get disappointed with cheese pizza as I could just taste the dough but Chelsea Kitchen’s version was tasty. Yum!

I didn’t like my bagnet order. It was very dry. The sour apple onion jam helped a bit though.

The mac n’ cheese was pretty okay. The taste wasn’t overwhelming as well though it would have been better if it had a cheesier taste.

Upon finishing my iced tea, I realized that it was overpriced at PHP195. It was very refreshing and yummy but it didn’t last me the whole meal. 128529

Despite some misses, I would still visit Chelsea Kitchen again. I’ll try the desserts next time!

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Charlene J.
4.0 Stars

The placement of this restaurant amazes me because it's in this one little side of Megamall in the new wing, and I thought "Hmm...it must be uncomfortable to eat here because it's not enclosed. No privacy and all." Man, I stand corrected. The ambiance was actually pretty amazing because you forget that you're out in the open because of the amazing food. Although, make sure to bring great company as well to enjoy the place and food even more. Sharing *is* caring, right? Haha.

My sister and I ordered a half-half pizza to share which consisted of the flavors Chorizo Garlic and Three Cheese because they didn't have any Pepperoni and Fried Onions pizza. And we ordered a Yellow Carbonara which we decided to share as well.

The pizza came first, and man it looked so amazing. HOWEVER, I did find a strand of hair in the pizza which definitely did not please me. But...I was starving so I just decided to leave it be. Okay, here's a tip, eat your pizza with the honey chili sauce. IT IS THE BOMB DOT COM. It gives your pizza more flavor, giving it a hint of sweetness and spiciness at the same time to the already existing flavors of your pizza. With the Chorizo Garlic, you can really taste the flavors of both ingredients, and it's not too garlic-y which I like. The Three Cheese one might make you think "Eh, it's just cheese. So what?" Dude. It's cheese. AND IT DOESN'T TASTE BORING (especially with the sauce). But other than those things, everything else about the pizza was awesome. Who am I kidding? Pizzas are always awesome.

The pasta came shortly after the pizza. AND MAN IT WAS SO GOOD. I kinda wish I didn't share it...WHOOPS. Hehe. It was creamy, cheesy, and of course, yummy. You can really taste the egg yolk inside the pasta even if there was a lot of cheese which is good because that's how it should be. The flavors were balanced well, not too much yolk, not too much cheese. I definitely reccomend this pasta. And the hollandaise makes the pasta really stand out.

All in all, the food here was amazing. I already want to go back here this weekend and try more food Chelsea Kitchen has to offer. And don't forget to use the honey chili sauce for your pizza if you're not a huge fan of spicy but still wanna try it out!!! 128521

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Michelle Ann Y.
4.0 Stars
5

After our delightful lunch at Peperoni Pizzaeria in BGC we went straight to Megamall just because we want to shop HAHAHA shopping day with the cousin :) After our shopping sesh we decided to eat at Chelsea Kitchen and good thing it’s just infront of H&M. 

We ordered the Mozzarella Stuffed Mushroom Risotto Balls with Mushroom Cream (195php) YES! goodness in every bite :) The mushroom cream is so flavorful and perfect with the risotto balls! :)

Next up is the Crispy Hot Wings (295php / 6pcs) Served with carrots, cucumber and jicama on the side. The wings itself is good but the flavor is not that spicy for me, well I understand because I have a very high tolerance with spicy food and ohhh I love the sidings! 

For our thirst quencher, I had the Strawberry Temple (160php) Shirley’s other side! with ginger ale, strawberry puree and sprite and the Cousin tried the Raspberry Rosemary Lemonade (195php) It has fresh lemons, lime soda, and raspberry syrup which is also good! It’s very refreshing.. 

Final Verdict: Food was good, prices were reasonable and served fast! Since every restaurant in Mega Fashion Hall are always full you can also consider Chelsea Kitchen since it’s not that crowded unlike the other restaurants. 

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Pia R.
5.0 Stars

We were feeling super hungry-- too hungry to even consider lining up for Din Tai Fung, so we stumbled upon Chelsea Kitchen. The location isn't the best (it's right beside the mall entrance), but the overall vibe definitely makes up for it.

Their menus are huge and everything seems so. Freaking. Good. I wanted to taste everything, to be honest 128556 But I settled on the spicy arrabiata with ricotta cheese rigatoni, and I wasn't disappointed. It was spicy but not too spicy, and the pasta was cooked al dente. I wish I could've ordered more but we were still planning to have dinner at a relative's place. Looking forward to coming back! 128076🏼

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Choi C.
4.0 Stars

Good, but definitely overpriced. I mean, don't take me wrong, the food was great. All I intend to imply is that the quality didn't live up to what the restaurant charged for it. I don't mind paying a premium for sublime-quality food, clothing, shoes, bags, anything at all. But if you aren't going to serve up a storm, or give me what I'm paying for, might as well be honest with your pricing. However to be fair, the concept is adorable and the food was nothing short of delicious. The only issue I had was the disparity between the price of the food and the quality.

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Jown P.
3.0 Stars

Light pre-game meal thanks to Chelsea Kitchen. We were in for a big dinner at Maginhawa but we can't stand our hunger anymore so we gave in to a small amount of fries. 128076🏻

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Anch B.
4.0 Stars

I always see this around Megamall, but i never had the urge to try eating here. Today is a different day, i guess! No regrets though!

Here's what we ordered:

▫️ 12" Stone-fired pizza THREE CHEESE //
As me and my friends were newbies, we wanted to be "safe" with the food that we choose to eat, and as far as i'm concerned, you can never go wrong with the resto's best seller. (USUALLY)
But here we did pretty great.

Their pizza is very flavorful. Every bite melts in your mouth. Plus the cheese is not overbearing. Officially one of my fave cheese pizza now. Though nothing beats the one in Tagaytay (Amoroma Ristorante) pa rin cause the cheese pizza there is legit. Luh?

▫️Truffled Mushroom Cream and Bacon Spaghetti//
This one was an easy choice. Anything with truffle and bacon just gets me, + my friends feel the same way.. So..

Loved that the pasta was cooked aldente. It was creamy and flavorful.. I LOVE IT!

▫️ Truffled Mac n' Cheese//
I am one of those people who are highly obsessed with mac n' cheese, and considering that i've never had a bad experience with ordering one before, i decided to give it a go.

Oh wow, this one is disappointing :-(
Not that it tasted horrible, but it was BLAND. I didn't taste any cheese AT ALL. A hint of truffle maybe, but dang. I expected more since it's 300+ What a waste of money... *sigh*

Oh and the service here is great! Everyone's nice!!

Overall, i liked it here!! (Well except for the overpriced drinks that is) I have yet to try their Calamari and their Smoked Tinapa Aglio Olio! You'll hear from me again as soon as i try both! Meheh

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