Feta

Annapolis St., Greenhills, San Juan, Metro Manila

Feta
3.9
4.0 Stars

16 Reviewers

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  • 2 stars 1
  • 1 star 1
  • 17 Reviews
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Category:
Mediterranean
Business Hours
Open: 9:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6327057238

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Reservations:
Yes
Kids Menu:
Yes
Take Out:
Yes
Menus:
Brunch, Lunch, Dinner
Waiter Service:
Yes
Attire:
Casual
Good for Groups:
Yes

Most Recent Reviews

Phantasm D.
4.0 Stars
10

I have tried Mediterranean dishes a couple of times and met some people who love it; but I haven't been well aware of their dishes. Dining at Feta with other foodies has given me not only a good eat but also a learning experience.

Here are the dishes that we tried:

Mezze Platter. Ghanoush: mashed eggplant, dry yogurt; Tzatziki: yogurt, cucumber, dry mint; Ezme: tomatoes, onions, peppers, herbs, olive oil; Eggplant Salad; Hummus: mashed chickpeas, blended with tahini, olive oil, lemon juice. My favorite here is the hummus.

Plain Bread. Could go with almost anything on the menu.

Puff bread. Works well with the mezze platter.

Vegetarian Moussaka. Sauteed eggplant and tomato baked with mozzarella cheese. I first I thought it was lasagna on the table. I was amazed that the eggplant and mozzarella worked well with this dish and I find it good.

Red Lentil Soup. Mashed lentils with carrots, potatoes, dry mint, rice, chili flakes. Tastes quite bland to me. Squeeze some lime for added taste.

House Blend Iced Tea. Good amount of serving in a huge flask. Quite creative; Yoghurt Shake-Sweet. Could also be served Aryan (salty) but I chose to go for the sweet one. It was good. The sweetness was a perfect balance for the meaty dishes that we had; Turkish Tea. The first glass served is free. Served in a small cup. I could not differ the Turkish tea from Chinese tea--tastes quite the same. Add lime for more flavor.

Turkish Coffee. The Turkish coffee was served on a really small cup. I learned that Turkish coffee was stronger than the usual coffee that is served here in Manila. As a coffee lover, I find it good and I love the strength of it. It's like having an extra shot of caffeine in a small mug.

Turkish Breakfast, served with Menemen with Ekmek (Turkish bread). Fresh tomatoes, cucumber, olives, and feta cheese. The menemen with ekmek is a classic omelette with fresh tomatoes, green chili, and fresh eggs cooked to perfection. Looks like a light meal but gives you a balanced breakfast that can give you a good start for the day. The feta cheese is addicting.

Vendura Sicilliana. Vegetable pasta spiced with anchovies. The vegetable pasta and anchovies is a perfect combination. It was my first time to try this dish and I loved it.

Pesto Linguine with Walnut and Feta Cheese. Pesto sauce with walnuts topped with feta cheese. The walnuts give a twist of texture to the pasta while the feta cheese give a different kind of saltiness to the pesto. Also a great combination of ingredients.

Beyti. Grilled ground beef or chicken wrapped in Lavash (a soft, thin flat bread of Armenian origin) topped with Iskender Sauce and Haydari Sauce.

Souvlaki Beef. Skewered meat kebab marinated with their secret recipe. The tenderness of the meat is just right

Adana Kebab Beef. Adana, Turkey is known for its best kebab. Long hand-minced meat kebab mounted on a wide iron skewer and grilled on an open burning charcoal. I find it just as good as the souvlaki.

Keftedes (Mediterranean Meatballs). Keftedes is a famous Greek appetizer and works well with the mezze platter, but in this case, it can also be served as a filling meal. Juicy and tender.

Grilled Moroccan Lamb Chops. 3 pieces of lamb chops marinated into secret ingredients. Served with choice of rice or mashed potato. I love how tender the lamb was on this dish.

Greek Pizza with Minced Beef. Mediterranean boat-shaped pizza. Thin crust. Good but I still prefer the Italian pizza. Not that tasty for me, and did not quite meet my expectations for a pizza.

Mixed Souvlaki Platter. Combination of different meats with Lahmacun or Mediterranean Pizza. Serves up to four persons.

Kanafeh. A Levantine cheese pastry soaked in sweet sugar-based syrup with a semi-soft cheese filling made of raw milk.

Profiteroles. A dessert of French descent, these choux pastry balls are cut in half and are filled with a cream filling topped with chocolate syrup.

Feta also has a corner which sells imported deli goods from Turkey.

Full details and photos on my blog.

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Inna A.
4.0 Stars

Ordered the Iskender, it was huge! Good food, garlic sauce is great! Probably one of the best I have had.

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Jayson J.
4.0 Stars
3

Feta is the national cheese of Greece. So to say we now know the theme of this restaurant. I actually did think that this place sells cheese and coffee lol. I went here quite sometime ago. Free parking here in front and it was not difficult to find one since this place does not have much customers.

This place is being frequent by Arabian diplomats, i've visited this place twice and there're always Arabian--muslims in particular. Well, Margarita the server told me that this place being frequent by muslims because this place is the nearest halal in the area. Halal, guys!

128204128525 Hummus @125PhP
Try this one. Compared to sultan, this one tastes better, less bitter than of sultan's. The lemon in it is tasted. Pita bread for

128204128525 Fajita @260PhP good for one
Served in a hot skillet, the chicken cutlets never dried up because it was bathing in oil. I hope they use healthy oil 128517. Well, tasty because the onions and bell peppers flavors were already in the oil. Sandwich it with the pita wrap served with it.

128204 turkish tea @35PhP
But the first cup is free! I did not go for the second cup because it's strong! Put some lime in it to make it a little less strong and a little more citrus.

Service here is great. I hear they cook good lamb here since pork is not allowed here. No wifi that time. It's nice to sit at the couches against the wall, you're not as expose to the outside as compared to the seats in the middle of the room.

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Butch G.
4.0 Stars
2

I liked the mediterranean pizza (150 pesos), the chicken with rice (300+) and the mousaka (150)I would like to ho back to try the donner Kebabs.

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Triggerhappyfoodie C.
2.0 Stars

My sister's love for Greek/Mediterranean food and unused Deal Grocer vouchers led us to this place.

On the Table
🔹Greek Salad, Solo - lacked flavor even after we seasoned this with salt and pepper. We're not used to seeing bell peppers in a Greek Salad. We're really glad we ordered the smaller portion.
🔹Chicken Souvlaki - chicken tasted great, the side salad had a zing which we weren't a fan of
🔹Mediterranean Pizza - there was a weird malansa after taste that made us think that they used lamb instead of beef
🔹Turkish Coffee - strong and with a weird after taste
🔹House Blend Iced Tea - good but pricey

We were too full and we weren't so happy with the food so we decided not to maximize the vouchers.

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Mary Love S.
3.0 Stars

Whenever I see new restaurants, I salivate. Okay, that didn’t sound so girly or proper but sadly, it’s true. I tend to be less picky when I’m hungry. Anywhere will do (as long as it’s a place I’ve never been to). And on our way back to the parking, we spotted Feta Mediterranean.

Hello, Feta Mediterranean!

The place is located a bit away from the strip of other restaurants so you could easily miss this one. But since we were walking, we spotted it.

There were only a few tables occupied when we arrived. We managed to get some couch seats and ordered Tomato Soup (PHP140), Grilled Salmon with Lime Butter Sauce (PHP490), a beef wrap I totally forgot its name and price, and a glass of their House Blend Iced Tea (PHP90).

First served was the tomato soup and it had bits of mozzarella to make it thicker. Somehow though, the mozzarella all clumped together making it seem like soggy and chewy bits of bread. It was served warm though and was quite okay as an appetizer.

The salmon was a bit too crisp on the outside. Thank goodness that the inside was still juicy (somehow). The mashed potato which served as the salmon’s bed was too salty for me. I found a solution though… to eat the slightly dry salmon and salty mashed potato with the diced tomatoes.

The meat wrap which will remain unnamed was pretty dry as well. Feta ran out of garlic mayo when we were there and only served hot sauce when R asked for sauce. He seemed to have enjoyed it though as he sees it as protein and if I recall it right, the wrap costs around PHP200 so it was value for money.

The iced tea was too sweet on the other hand. I had a hard time finishing it.

I’m not so sure if I should give this another try. 128533

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Mae A.
5.0 Stars

And that was my free shot of Turkish Tea. Yes, one's first serving of tea here is free. With some lime, I found their tea to be refreshing and relaxing. Aside from that drink, the food here is really good and authentic. Every dish was flavorful and lovingly prepared by their Turkish chef (yes, that's how legit the dishes are here! 128513). The place can get pretty smoky (probably a ventilation issue in the kitchen) but on top of everything else, this Mediterranean resto is worth stopping by for. 128522

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Julienne Y.
5.0 Stars

After traveling in Turkey a few summers ago, I must say Feta comes the closest to the food I had over there. While they cater to a generally Turkish clientele (partly due to their Turkish owner), their food is more accurately mediterranean. I have to say that It is delicious, generous and cheap!!!! Boyfriend and I shared a platter for P700 that came with food enough for three people. I recommend you order this too as it has a bit of everything. If we could pick our favorites, it would be the chicken souvlaki and the keftedes (meatball). It was a bit oily but oh so good. So good. I'm hungry now just thinking about it.

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Rica T.
5.0 Stars

Went here for lunch today. Good thing, it conveniently sits on the first floor of the Intrawest Center, where The Archery Academy is located.

During my first time to dine here a few weeks ago, i got the Moussaka and it was awesome. Second time around, got the platter for two for only Php700 (can be for three). It's their sampler that came with turkish rice and bread. Loved everything from the meats to the sauces! Meat was seasoned and cooked very well. Everything was fresh even the bread!

Having visited Turkey already, I must say this place is legit - well-captured flavors! Plus the chef looks like he's Turkish.

I think this place is so underrated. Whenever I go to Intrawest, I don't see a lot of people in Feta. So sad! People have yet to discover this secret gem on Annapolis!!!

Parking: available in front, free

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Jaspher C.
1.0 Stars

Tried the one at Festival Mall Alabang. Service was bad. Waited for 45mins, without apologies, just for a meatball spagetti. Some meals are not abailable. When order arrived, wrong serving was given. Manager was ms hannah. Food was promising, service was aweful.

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Gracie C.
4.0 Stars

Love the cozy interior and relaxed vibe of this place! The indoor brick oven also adds a certain charm. :) good food and reasonably priced. We had hummus (comes with around 4 pieces of pita) - loved the consistency, texture, and quality of this! We also had the Adana Kebab, you can choose between chicken or beef, we went for the latter and it didn't disappoint. The meat was really tasty and cooked just right, not too dry nor rubbery. Pene Arrabiatta was good but forgettable. Quattro Formaggi Pizza was really good but sinful! Their yogurt's one of the best I've tried! Looking forward to visiting this place again! 128536

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Alisa B.
5.0 Stars

Feta is just our neighbor. So I always go there. This time, they have summer package meals. It's awesome cause you get a complete set -- salad or cacik (bits of cucumber in yogurt), iced tea, soup, main course, and dessert. All of these for less than 500 pesos. So here's what I got: Tomato soup (really good!), Cacik (a little bit weird but still alright), Beef on Rice (beef was soft and fresh and good! Rice was turkish rice that I love), and Rice Pudding. All the food that I got tasted delicious. Plus they serve big amounts so you'll really feel bloated afterwards. Must try! That time there were lots of people but the servers were still able to prioritize us!

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Bae G.
5.0 Stars

Legit Mediterranean food!!! Must tryyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!! Woooohoooo!!! 128522128522128522

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Ivy Suzarah O.
5.0 Stars

Aaahh, mediterranean food, I missed you!

Some dishes were not as good as some Israeli food I've eaten but they're pretty much up to par. It's rare to find mediterranean food, in my opinion, so I was really looking forward to this.

There were already a lot of people when I arrived so it looked like people have already heard of this place. A bonus of the restaurant is you could see the chefs bake the bread and pizza esp if you're seated near the kitchen. I had good impressions but it looked like the AC was broken then.

The winner dish for us was the Shawarma Pizza! I can't wait to come back esp since the baklava wasn't available since they were having Ramadan.

June 27, 2014

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Leslie C.
3.0 Stars

The Iskender was the only dish I liked. Cut up shawarma meat over crisp bread and covered w tomato sauce. It was served with thick Greek yogurt. We ordered their mixed platter and all the meat was very dry. Even the rice & Turkish pizza was dry.

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Candice C.
3.0 Stars

Feta has potential, whether we're talking about food or dining experience as a whole. The place is cozy with a casual cafe feel to it mixed in with curtained booths for a little romance and privacy. The free Turkish tea is a nice touch (with every succeeding small cup at P10, still reasonable). The menu is a mix of predominantly Turkish and Greek dishes with lots of sauces, meats, dips and breads. Hands will be your best allies. I thought with a few Greek places in the Metro serving pretty legit fare, a full Turkish menu would have been more interesting. We wanted to try a few of the meat preparations but were unavailable. The pizza was not bad, a little reminiscent of Chef Chris' roll-up pizza. The eggplant dishes - baba ganoush and moussaka were okay. The Adana kebab a bit on the dry side and not as tasty as it smelled. Also noticed a shortage of lamb dishes.

I still hold to Feta having potential. They are still in their soft opening. The food can still improve and the service was polite and accomodating. Maybe let it run another six months and it might just turn out to be another hot spot.

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Alisa B.
4.0 Stars

Feta Mediterranean replaced Bistro Miyazake along Annapolis Street. It's a new and upcoming Mediterranean restaurant. Think a legitimate version of Mister Kabab. The chef is turkish and their ingredients are all legit. 100% halal meat if any of you are concerned.

The food is definitely delicious and affordable too. They also serve 1 round of free hot tea with 10 pesos charge for the succeeding ones. It's a good restaurant!

Downside, since it's only the soft opening, servers were a bit slow and the exhaust from their oven isn't that fixed yet. But it's still a great place to dine!

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