Come Forth Kitchen

120 Jupiter St., Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila

Come Forth Kitchen
3.9
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Category:
Café
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:00a - 1:00a
Phone
+6324637655

Hours

  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 11:30p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 11:30p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 11:30p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 1:00a
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 1:00a
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 1:00a

Payment Options

American Express, Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Preecess P.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Portia D.
4.0 Stars
4

Must try for comfort food and desserts. They have generous servings and nice ambiance.

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Misty G.
4.0 Stars

I really like the ambiance and interiors of this new place in Jupiter. It's very 3rd wave. 128525 The place gets full at lunch hour though, so probably best to drop by earlier.

We tried the carbonara and beef pasta (I forgot the name), but both pastas weren't very impressive. I recommend the beef spring rolls and pork pulpog though. The latter is their own bestselling version of the pork sisig.

You should try their desserts as well. I recommend the strawberry creme brulee and the dulce de leche chocolate cake.

They're a little expensive, but still worth the try.

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Ron M.
4.0 Stars
2

Come forth kitchen that serves comfort food, i see what you did there 🙃 went insde their classy restaurant and the ambiance was quite comforting, place was a bit small that only caters utmost 20 persons, menu is the typical paper-clipboard 3rd wave restaurant menu, upon skimming through the selections i can say that they serve an array of comfort foods depending on what mood you have, from appetizers, barchows, down to all day breakfasts, classy main entrees, and desserts.

As for our comfort food, we chose bread basket and dips which was a basket of three varieties, the parker rolls, baguette, and onion seed focaccia with roasted eggplant dip and chicken liver pate on the side being a bread lover, i loved the parker rolls so much that i saved it for last, it was soft and light and even melts in your mouth, so good i would've bought a dozen if they sell it in packs 127838127838127838127838127838, dips were great and was well complemented by the breads, for mains we ordered their come forth pulpog which was a local sisig dish from la union, and paired it with tapa spaghetti with tomato, olive oil and topped with a perfetly poached egg 127837 ugh it felt good splitting the poached egg open and the yolk was oozing out which made the pasta creamier, the pulpog was also good, tasted exactly like sisig only it was in big chunks of meat instead of chopped, too bad we got so full we weren't able to order dessert, but at least we still have a reason to come back 128077🏻

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Elmer R.
4.0 Stars
5

The restos name is an invitation to try out what they have to offer. This visit did not disappoint. I sure did love their take on the pork belly sisig called pulpog, a visayan take on this iconic pinoy dish, but meat here was grilled almost perfectly and doused with vinegar with the right scale of acidity.

Hats off to the saucy good bangus belly too. There are so many dishes to try here and by my experience so far, am going back here in a jiffy.

Desserts are noteworthy too. Indulge on their strawberry creme brulee and chocolate dulce de leche.

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Jana Q.
4.0 Stars

Their dessert just taste wow!

Love their strawberry shortcake, but unfortunately, i did not have a photo of it since I was very excited to have it. 128522

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Dennis O.
4.0 Stars
3

After eating at siamaroi while we were walking in Jupiter st. we saw this new inviting place named Come Forth Kitchen. At 1st look you'll think that it would be another coffee shop. Reminds me of Tobys Estate. So the gang decided try out the following week.

The place got a nice interior. Shades of black and white tiles. The place got a little bar kinda vibe because of the dim light. But overall I like the looks of the place.

Come Forth Kitchen aim to serve ComFort food as the place playfully named. The server we got was uber friendly and suggestive on what to order to a point you want just to stop him hehe but in fairness to him he did gave good customer service. Maybe we were just tired of the traffic.

For the food I like my order the Pork Pulpog. In the menu it says that it was a porkbelly sisig. But for me it was more of a porkbelly ceviche/kilawin. It also did remind me of an ilocano dish the dinakdakan. This dish is delicious and was thinking it would be great beer pair. 128522 For the 40 cloves chicken, it didn't look presentable. It looked so plain. Lucky I did like the garlicky taste of this dish. Just a little expensive for a quarter chicken.

Overall this is a good place to try out but need a little ump on their dishes for its price. I'll be sure to comeback since their menu are still in progress. 128522

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Marco L.
4.0 Stars

First of all, one cannot deny how the place itself makes you wanna 'come forth'. The mininalistic white walls dotted by trinket-filled shelves, the rustic bedside table and the simple mood lights make the perfect blend of classy and quirky.

Now, about the food:

Bacon Burger 127828

It was really good, I can taste the bacon and the beef they used was pure heaven. The burger has this ranch like sauce which adds a bit of kick to the burger, and its comes with a side of chips! The only downside is that the burger was so greasy, I tilted my burger and the oil was dripping like crazy! Nevertheless I wouls give it 11088110881108811088

Longganisa 127859

The lonnga was nothing special but the white sauce it came with brought the dish together. Its quite hard to describe but the garlic-y longga really went well with the sour-salty-sweet sauce. The salsa and the onions it came witg were also good especially the latter which i think are tiny onions simmered in vinegar. Fancy longga, basically.11088110881108811088

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars
4

From last time's visit at Jupiter, we have already marked this odd old english imperative action verb-named restaurant. We could no longer wait but to try what's in this relatively new restaurant.

Opened last March, this restaurant offers homemade comfort food-- come forth-comfort, come forth-comfort. Makes sense to me. Aside from that sense of naming the restaurant, server Joy mentioned that they like their customers to keep coming back to try more of their dishes.

It was really traffic, thanks to booky's waze navigation, instead of leading having us exit at amorsolo, it told me to exit NAIA from skyway... Epic fail adding one hour of travel so upon arriving there, we were soo famished. Good thing parking is not a problem, there's a space outside (could accommodate around 4) and a basement pay parking (accommodates upto 8; basic payment of 30php)

The ambiance was like of a cafe bar, a little dim, sossy feels. It actually did not feel homey which was kinda off with the resto's mission. Seats were comfortable enough though, i think they need to brighten up a bit cause 7/11 (beside them) is more homey and comfortable than them.

The servers were really upto the resto's "theme" though. They were really friendly and accommodating, the guy server was very jolly and entertaining. They were all out in answering and recommending us what's good.

128204 40 clove chicken @php280
Suggested to Elaine O . A quarter of light salted chicken that tasted like tinola with a strong garlic aftertaste on fluffy and moist rice. The sauce served separately gives extra garlicy sauce to it. It tasted ok, but the dish was not that presentable. Actually the picture there needed a lot of saturation fill to make it a bit lively 128521

128204128525 pork pulpog
Thinly sliced grilled pork belly with sisig-like toppings. Ceviche style! Dennis O also liked this and could not help but to finish all the rice that has to go with it. The poached egg on it added comfy taste (cant go wrong with eggs for comfort food). Include this in your order please.

128204 buttermilk bacon pancakes
Not so impressive pancake tasting, but the bacon and maple combination? It made the dish very good! Oh yeah, they include all day branch on their menu. Thank goodness for the bacon, made everything good. Love how the bacon were crispy sweet on the edges. This one also wasn't served beautifully. Have to do some work on it.

128204 bacon burger
All because Marco Jose L ate it all. Lol. We need to know how this tasted! 128566🤔

The CR! I love it! Homey and comfortable (yes the CR got their theme) LOL. Don't forget to see this. Lol.

Overall i think there's a lot more to work on the resto lighting and food presentation. It would be great to pair it with the good service they got. 9786

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Camille S.
3.0 Stars
3

A new restaurant along Jupiter with a witty name. From the outside, the place looks plain and simple but it was packed with people and the interiors were very intricate. Despite its intricacy, I got a little confuse with what it wants to depict - if it's a homey French restaurant or an American/Filipino go-to place.

I got their Aaaaahdobo which came in a deep plate with a pork belly slab, garlic rice, poached egg and tomato salsa. I immediately tasted a hint of soy sauce on my first bite but it wasn't that strong. There was a slight to no hint of saltiness on it. I got used to my mom's version of adobo so I was looking for that salty flavor. The meat was well-marinated, tender and soft. I just didn't like the tomato salsa with it because adobo and tomatoes just don't go well together (well, at least for me). I think it's a bit pricey at 250 pesos. After all, it's just one slab of pork and it's (semi) beautifully plated.

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