Grace Park

G/F One Rockwell, Rockwell Drive, Rockwell Center, Makati, Metro Manila

Grace Park
3.8
4.0 Stars

115 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 29
  • 4 stars 50
  • 3 stars 22
  • 2 stars 13
  • 1 star 1
  • 127 Reviews
  • 255 Recommend
  • 115 Reviewers
Category:
Italian
Business Hours
Reopens Sun: 11:00a - 10:30p
Phone
+6325884095

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash

More Business Info

Attire:
Casual

Most Recent Reviews

Mr M.
1.0 Stars
3

Happen to pass by the area and was hungry. Looked at the looloo app and saw this. Heard about it before too. Since it had a high rating we decided to give this Tita Grace a try. The pictures of the food on IG and looloo looked delisheezy!

Honestly... The food was disappointing to say the least. Nothing special really. I ordered the chicken parmigiana ridiculously priced at 600+ pesos which did not even come with any sides! Even just one cheap ass side!? Please? You have to order the sides separately. For an additional 100-200 pesos depending on which one you get. I got the potatoes for 95pesos. The chicken parmigiana was bland, overcooked, and chewy AF! Just not worth the money they charge. My gawd! I hate overpriced bad food. We also ordered the pasta with shrimp. Again... Nothing special and freakin 550+ pesos! And the serving was so frugal! 🙄

I honestly won't come back or recommend this to anyone. Unless you like to throw money around then by all means check it out. 128076🏻

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Julienne Y.
4.0 Stars
4

Thoughts:

Ordered all the acclaimed favorites:
Truffle pasta - very rich. I enjoyed this. I would get rid of the egg though cuz i dont think it adds anything Taste-wise
Muscovado short rib - very very yummy!!!! Would come back for this alone.
Mushroom field asiago cream - glorified tempura. Skip.
Chicken parm - italian classic. Can't go wrong.
Squash soup (on the board not in menu) - just okay.

Wallet damage: Php2,750 for all this food shared by 3 people. Price would be my main issue with the place.

Also on a totally different note The interior's a little weird. Reminds me of a pirate ship. Not a fan.

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Mary Margaret M.
5.0 Stars
4

My boyfriend and I have been on a weekly dessert run to any place that has a good dessert. BEHOLD! Think I've just uncovered another hidden gem in the heaping number of yummy resto at Rockwell. The only place that serves a dessert you should never miss eating!

What brought me here is the "ETON MESS" that I saw on the instagram. A yummy dessert Pavlova on cream, topped with strawberries and mangoes. It is as good as it looks! I've had this 2months ago but I can still remember how my tastebuds got surprised on this heavenly creation. Absolutely loving the fact that it has a big guns of sweet fruits and cream but surprisingly never too sweet to eat. Pricey but worth every calories and penny! I sweeear!!

And since Im a sucker for yummy desserts, I can devour all of this lovely bunch in less than 3mins but I won't do that. I prefer eating it slowly, indulging every sweet bliss taste of it.

Grace Park is small on the inside, but big on personality. It seems quite a normal restaurant to visit but it's definitely more than that. They have this menu of interesting Items and it has that friendly vibe where you can hang out and have a chat with anyone, Sit inside where it’s cool and sheltered away from the city traffic. The service is great and everyone is really nice and friendly.

I promise to be back here to try their other offered food because we just had our lunch and went there just for the dessert. I can say that "ETON MESS" is the bomb, what more could it be if I have tasted their other food. #50ksummergiveaway

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Anna d.
5.0 Stars

To start off, the place, with its very cozy and rustic theme gives you a great sense of relaxation. Well the facade may look intimidating, but trust me, take a few more steps towards it and you will feel at home!

The food? We had Roasted Bone Marrow and Chicharon Cooked Three Ways for starters. Haha! Yup, hypertension in two plates! Both dishes instantly satisfied our palettes which made us all look forward to the main course. For mains, I recommend you try their Buttermilk Fried Chicken with Cauliflower Mash -- the mash itself is so rich and creamy that I end up finishing it before the chicken! We also had Paperdelli with Salted Eggs, Asparagus and Truffle Oil (which was also so sooo good) and 3-Day Brined Organic Porkchop.

For dessert, it was Avocado Pie -- to die for! And of course, Eton Mess! As the saying goes, "Save the best for last"... so we did!

To top it all off, the staff were all very friendly and accommodating. Definitely will come back to this place!

#loolooexplorerpackgiveaway

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Jenn N.
4.0 Stars

Grace Park used to intimidate me. Their prices are a bit steep, but then they're organic. And organic food here in Manila does not come with a cheap price tag.

This is probably my 3rd or 4th time dining here, and for mains, my staple order is their Muscovado Beef Belly. The meat is very tender and the flavor is perfect. 128076🏻

This time though, I got enticed by their squash flowers appetizer. It's stuffed with mascarpone, covered in light batter, then deep-fried. This is so freakin' good! I didn't want to share it with my friend!!! Even veggie-hating kids will love this!

Service is always on-point, and the ambiance is perfect for every occasion. 9786

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Paolo S.
4.0 Stars

Had lunch here with my family one saturday. It was my first time to eat, but they've been here a few times before so i let them take care of the ordering 128517. Heard that they put a premium on organic and natural ingredients in order to give their dishes a fresh flavor, so I was pretty excited to try it out.

I really like how everything seems like it was made to be shared on instragram. 128247 The lighting was so perfect, each shot of either the food or the ambience came out so well and was definitely post-worthy!

From what we had, one thing stuck with me the most was the squash flower with mascarpone cheese appetizer. Coated in batter and topped with creamy yet light mascarpone, 2 thumbs up! For the mains, i enjoyed the duck ravioli and the salmon. The salmon sat on its own skin that gave it this crispy and salty dimension that i always look for.

For dessert... the eton mess! Its a mess of pure deliciousness... cream, graham, and fruits all mashed into a jar. A sweet ending to a good meal.

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Paulina L.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Jong L.
2.0 Stars

The good:
Service was pretty good. Our server was attentive.
Presentation/plating was also good.
Cauliflower mash was great. The salad (I forgot the name, first item under the salad category) was alright.

The bad:
We ordered this dish called tuna toro and the salmon dish with zucchini. The salmon dish was fine. However, the tuna had an off taste (sour and made my lips tingle). We asked the server to send a piece to the chef and check if it was fine. He came back to say that it's fine, that the sourness is from the tomato sauce of the dish and that the fish was freshly delivered.

We said alright. We took the word of the server and finished most of it off.

The ugly: massive LBM post meal (about 2 hours after) for my friend and I who shared both dishes. No plans to eat there again.

Please find another restaurant for farm- to table food. Or just avoid the seafood. Terrible. So terrible.

Plus it's pretty pricey for the quality.

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Michelle R.
4.0 Stars

My go-to place for organic farm-to-table comfort food (both sinful and heavenly)! I usually order their 3-Page Salad, River Prawns in Anchovy Butter, Meatballs in Creamy Polenta and Duck Rice. But the reason why I keep coming back is their dessert selection! My favorites are their Quattro Leches (fluffy cake iced and soaked in four kinds of milk, topped with strawberries) and Eton Mess. I'm really hard to please when it comes to desserts cause I'm not a big fan of sweets but these are just divine. The rustic-industrial mismatched interiors are just lovely and homey (perfect for a catch-up dinner with friends or a laid back sunday lunch with family) And oh, another thing I like about Grace Park is that they provide you with a list of the local farmers / farms from which they get their produce 128522

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Jov P.
5.0 Stars

Our Sales Director brought us to Grace Park here in Rockwell where we ate many veggies, beef, pork chop. I really loved their food, sobra! A bit pricey but worth the money. Avocado cake is the best!!!!

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Zel G.
4.0 Stars

Ordered the lamb adobo rice last night for dinner because a friend highly recommended it, it did not disappoint, found a new twist to a favorite meat viand. Place has a rustic and swanky vibe that is very welcoming.

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Pia R.
4.0 Stars

We came in at around 8:30 and the server seemed hesitant to give us a table - he said he'd check if there were tables upstairs. Turns out the entire upstairs area was unoccupied except for one table. (They weren't even closing yet, closing time was at 10.) Weird? Haha anyways moving on..

I ordered the organic duck rice with eggs, my sister had the meatballs with spaghettini and my mom ordered the Norwegian salmon with fish roe and scallops. (It turned out to have like 2 scallops lol)

We all enjoyed our dishes, but they weren't spectacular. My organic duck rice was quite filling, I was only able to finish half of it. Tasted like a beef salpicao but with duck meat. Haha. My mom's french beans were a little undercooked, though, and her salmon seemed dry.

For dessert we had cuatros leches, pound cake in a pool of four kinds of milk. It was soooo sinful and heavy!!! 128523 I feel like it needed more strawberries though, to counter the richness of the cake itself. I swear, this is not something you have everyday. Next time I'm trying the Eton Mess! 128076127827

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Ledz L.
5.0 Stars

Don't mind the price, just enjoy the food! The truffle fetuccini is to die for. The lamb adobo is insane. Pretty sure Eton Mess is my new favorite dessert. I'm not a foodie but I know when I love a place and I definitely love Grace Park.

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Noelle A.
4.0 Stars

My mom and I really enjoyed Grace Park's desserts! We ordered the Pastillas Chocolate Lava and the Eton Mess. The Eton Mess was an amazing mixture of mangoes, strawberries, cream, an meringue! I haven't tasted anything like their Pastillas Chocolate Lava. Both desserts tasted heavenly!

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Farrah E.
5.0 Stars

ONE WORD: Burrata!! <3 If you love burrata, this is one of the few places you can get it. So good. Their pastillias chocolate lava cake is a must try!!! The service crew is accommodating. The place is picturesque. Everything was good! Worth coming back!

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Jiena D.
5.0 Stars

The fish roe sprinkled on the Norwegian salmon will not soon be forgotten. The muscovado beef belly was so tender and flavourful. Cuatros leches was so-so.

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Rodney O.
4.0 Stars

1st time to eat here. Yummy but pricey. Beef belly Muscavado is a must try. 128077128077128077

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Jialing H.
5.0 Stars

Avocado Pie!!!! Grand party in your mouth! 128069128069128069

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JC M.
3.0 Stars

My boyfriend and I had dinner here. For starters we had asparagus wrapped in bacon, for main we had spaghetti uni & lamb tagine and for dessert, we tried eton mess. The food was okay, the eton mess was the highlight of our dinner. Nothing so special but would love to try the rest of their menu.

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