Green Pastures

G/F Net Park Bldg., 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Green Pastures
4.3
4.5 Stars

10 Reviewers

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  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
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  • 12 Reviews
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Category:
International
Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 10:00p
Phone
+6322775592

Hours

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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Parking:
Parking Lot
Menus:
Lunch, Dinner
Diet Options:
Healthy

Most Recent Reviews

AlwaysHungryPh P.
5.0 Stars
6

One of my favorite restaurants is now here in BGC. It is located at a new strip of Net Park building. They started their adventure at Shangri-La Mall. Before I became a food blogger, I frequented that branch specifically for their Create Your Own Salad.

On this trip I tagged along a date. After a small feast here, she shared her satisfaction despite initially showing disinterest on organic dishes.

We started with the best Create Your Own Salad in town. Green Pastures gives you a big bowl of fresh greens and up to 17 toppings consisting of different fruits, nuts, vegetables, cheese, beans, spices, eggs, tofu and your choice of dressing. It’s Php 600 but serves up to 4 hungry people.

For another appetizer, I got my favorite Organic Mushroom Toast with Sous Vide Egg and two types of cheeses. If you’re reading this please try it too. It’s unbelievably flavor and texture filled. Try to have a big slice in one go.

We got Glutten Free Pork Chop next for our shared main. It was perfectly seasoned, so tender, a real melt in your mouth spectacle. It also came with well spiced cinnamon butter and sweet mushy guava jam to mix with the meat for taste variations.

If you found yourself in BGC and craving for a healthy fix for a change, this should be your stop.

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April H.
4.0 Stars
3

My friends and I went out to celebrate and we chose Green Pastures to be supportive to one of our friends who recently adopted the vegan philosophy.

When the five of us are together, we have a tendency to over-order. This night was no different (this is another very late post).

We started off with an order of their housemade ricotta and stratiatella, both of which were fresh, creamy and light. We shared 2 orders of Duck You! fries fried in duck fat, served with crispy duck skin & duck confit. So gooooood! We finished the orders in a jiffy. My friend also ordered the organic mushroom toast that was really good. We also ordered the Christmas salad to share. I don't really know why it was served in the middle of the year, but I'm definitely not complaining. It was great! Their large serving was huge btw, so keep that in mind when you order.

I don't know why we also ordered mains. The starters and salad alone were really filling. Not to mention the berry and mango kombucha teas we were drinking. These were amazing, by the way. I didn't touch my Blue Ribbon burger anymore and just took it home with me. It was just okay by the way, but that might also be because I didn't eat it immediately. Our vegan friend had the terra natura made of quinoa, beets, mushroom, squash and cashew for crunch. Green Pastures really makes healthy eating easy and delicious, as evidenced by this dish. It was really great and it didn't feel like you are being deprived. Other orders included the lamb ragu and the carbonara, which I no longer tried. The meal was divine, there was no dish we didn't like. Everything was yummy, healthy (except for the Duck you, but that was the best), and made of quality ingredients. We just ordered so much that we even used the table by the window as extra space. We were so full and had so much leftover for the next day.

One thing we didn't like: the store did not have its own bathroom. You have to walk around the building and use the one near Coffee Bean and Wildflour. For a really expensive restaurant (as in or maybe because we ordered too much), I think they should have factored their guests' comfort. Passion and Caravan Black each have their own restroom. On the other hand, though without its' own restroom, Wildflour is very near the building's comfort room even if they don't have their own.

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Marjorie G.
4.0 Stars
10

Net Park is a corporate tower from the Net Group. Aside from being home to some of the leading corporate businesses in BGC, its ground floor also serves as a food hub. From cafes, ice cream parlor, to high-end restaurants, Net Park offers lots of food options, which easily makes it as one of the favorite food spots of the young professionals.

Net Lima happens to be where my office is and as any true-blue foodies, it was only a matter of time before I discover the food establishments that surround it. Recently, I made a review of review of Wildflour. Today, I am sharing to you another restaurant that can also be found at Net Park, Green Pastures.

Green Pastures is a farm-to-table, restaurant that serves organic food from the chef behind the Greek resto, Cyma, Robby Goco. Staying true to its healthy theme, this resto claims to only use ingredients that were sourced locally and they do away with MSG.

My friends and I went here after we grew tired of waiting at the very jam-packed, Hey Handsome! None of us had any idea that Green Pastures is in fact an organic resto, though I doubt that the fact would have swayed our decision; we were that open to try something new.

And new is what Green Pastures is to us. It has another branch at Shangri-La Mall, which none of us were able to visit yet. So this is our first Green Pastures experience and despite not knowing what to expect, we were not disappointed.

The resto's theme is a fusion between a farmhouse and industrialized. I found the wooden tables accented with chair of different colors, interesting. The place is well-lit with contemporary lighting fixtures. On elevated part of the room there's a wall covered in potted plants. On top of this is wooden shelves with huge jars of what seemed to be some fermented concoctions on display.

The food serving is big enough for 2 people. We noticed that most customers ordered salad; not us, we wanted something filling and less healthy so to speak.

We ordered Carbonara (PHP 560), which I wasn't expecting to like because of the less than appetizing carbonara versions that I've had of late. I used to like carbonara when I was a kid; Green Pastures' carbonara reminded me why I did. It was creamy but not in a way that the pasta is swimming in sauce. Topped with two soft-boiled egg, this pasta may just be one if not the best carbonara that I've ever eaten.

We also had Meat-on-meat burger (PHP 650) served with fried sweet potato (or you may choose potato fries instead). The fried sweet potato is lightly salted that I found the taste to be a bit disconcerting at first bite (maybe because I am more used to eating the caramelized version?), but the more I eat, the more I like it.

The burger was good but nothing remarkable. The patty was medium rare, so it was a bit juicy, which I think is good because I noticed that the meat has become a little tough when I took another bite after letting it sit for a while.

To my delight they offer locally produced coffee. I have always preferred specialty coffee; local over foreign. I thought they only offer Cordillera coffee as in most cafes, so I was delighted to find coffee from other regions in the Philippines, such as South Cotabato, Davao, Cavite, and Bukidnon. My two friends ordered Benguet and Mt. Kitanglad. I followed the staff's advice and picked their bestseller, Hineleban from Bukidnon. We had them black and we were given balacutia, that Ilocano sweetener that is used as alternative for sugar. Out of all the coffees, Hinelaban stands out, which is probably the reason it's the bestseller. It is smooth, strong, with a hint of fruity taste, and smells really good. These organic coffees go for PHP 105.

The only improvement that I would like to see at Green Pastures is the attentiveness of the staff. They always seemed busy even when there were only a few customers at that time. We had to try very hard to get their attention.

But all in all it was a nice dining experience. Loved the food, loved the ambiance, and I loved the Hineleban coffee.

#Halloolooween2016

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Jonats P.
5.0 Stars
2

I love eating here during Sunday mornings. So far, most of the breakfast dishes that i have tasted have been great! Their roster of eggs dishes (picture above), power grain salad and breakfast sandwiches are all yummy and healthy.

I haven't tried their usual "not breakfast" menu tho.. but I definitely would recommend this place for Sunday morning breakfast!

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Kristin A.
4.0 Stars
2

I've dined here a few times and quite enjoyed it. This last time my friend and I were craving for pate, we were quite disappointed they were no longer offering that. Pro tip: they change some items on their menu every month, which makes for a unique experience every time you dine here 128521

127839 Duck You! - potato strips fried in duck fat and topped with fried shredded duck meat. Hello cholesterol. It's a generous serving, we had to take at least half of it home.

128044 Cecina - we picked two sides, one was tuna poke and the other I forgot. The pancake was large and heavy! We weren't able to finish it all and took some home too.

Kudos to the server who patiently ran us through our options and filled our water glasses.

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Maureen S.
5.0 Stars

For months, Mark O and I have been sticking to our favorite places; and Green Pastures is definitely one of them!

To quote Mark; "the salad is too good that it can pass as junk food" 128514128514128514 He narrates as we convince our friends who are not into salads.

Speaking of "junk" or unhealthy food, we ordered duck fat fried chicken with sweet potato fries to balance our oh-so-healthy autumn sunrise salad. Also tried their 3-melon shake which was super refreshing 128515

This place is definitely one for keeps (on our fave list) 10084

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Ruth S.
3.0 Stars
3

2nd Avocado place to try is Green Pastures. 128154

Avocado season's about to end and I must complete my list! It's my first time eating alone in a restaurant 128563 but I can eat alone in a cafe (i.e., SB or CBTL) but that's very seldom. I just find the idea of eating alone super sad. 128517 But for avocados, I will. Just once! 128518

Before entering the place, I asked first if the Avocado toast is available, when they said YES, I immediately replied with "Table for one, please! 128513".

AVOCADO TOAST (250)
- extra virgin olive oil, rock salt, sunflower seeds, sweet paprika and micro greens.

Since I enjoyed the Avocado sandwich from Wildflour, it's hard not to compare the two even though this one's a different version. The taste was interesting. Huge slices of fresh and not too soft avocado w oil and seeds on top of a crunchy bread. First few bites were good but eventually, it was not as good anymore. I prefer Wildflour's sandwich version. This is good but the other one's better, yummier and mas sulit. 128518

But serving size was generous. When this was served, I was surprised with the size. It was HUGE. Divided into 3 pcs, I was only able to eat one. Best to share w someone and eat/finish all because it's not so good anymore when it's already cold.

Also ordered a side salad for a complete healthy meal. The salad was just okay. Lettuce + Onions + Tomatoes. A bit too sour. Would be nice if you can choose the dressing. Also, I prefer Wildflour's side salad.

The toast was good. I'm giving it a 4/5 star rating. But the main reason why this is only a 3-star review was because of the SERVICE.

I ordered just the side salad which is 90 pesos according to the menu but what was printed on the receipt was "Side Salad, P150". I asked and all I got was a "Ma'am regular salad po pala yon, okay lang ba.". The way she said it, she was not asking (at all) but was just informing me that I'm still paying 150 pesos no matter what. 128527

Also, since I was alone, I had the time to watch everyone around me. The servers were nicer and warmer with the other customers. Bakit ganun? 128530

PS: Surprisingly, eating alone isn't so bad (and sad) after all. 128518

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars

CHICKEN FRIED BACON Salty. Fatty. But oh so good! And healthy! 128525128563128513128077🏼

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Norville L.
5.0 Stars

The restaurant already offers innovative farm to table organic food in their regular menu. I tried out their breakfast this time and once again they don't disappoint. The arroz caldo with quinoa was superb.

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Denise R.
4.0 Stars

I've been a bit intimidated to try this restaurant out, ever since it opened near our office. From what I know, the place served organic, healthy food, hence the notion that it would be outrageously expensive.

A friend and I had dinner here one night, and I'm glad we gave Green Pastures a chance 128522 Since we're still testing the waters, we just tried out their to-share Carbonara. We were served a large plate of the dish after a few minutes, which is actually good for 2-3 people, especially if a side/complementary dish would come with it.

The pasta was quite good 128077🏼 The nicely cooked poached eggs gave a creamy, tasty flavor to the dish. Small salt and pepper dispensers were available in each table, so I was able to put more seasong to the dish, as needed.

Ended up paying around PHP300 each for a satisfying meal. Still a bit pricey, but totally worth it.

Ambiance wise, the place was very relaxing and roomy.
A perfect place, whether you want to eat out with friends or colleague, or dine for personal meal time.

Will be back! Can't wait to try out their other dishes 128522

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Maureen S.
5.0 Stars

Really love the salad selection here 128523 this time Mark O and I had Autumn-Sunrise salad which has bacon, pear, squash, greens, candied walnuts, cheese.. We also ordered Duck Fat fried chicken which comes with sweet potato fries. Love the fries, chicken was also good - though tasted really sinful 128513128513128513

Would definitely come back for more of their salad!

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Odell R.
4.0 Stars

If you love bacon, try this delicious appetizer, the Chicken Fried Bacon.

Four strips of bacon in chicken breading and fried in duck fat. I was expecting it to be greasy but the texture, while crunchy, was surprisingly light. The taste? Well, it's bacon.

Not sure if the duck fat actually makes a difference in the taste department, but according to the internet, duck fat is low in saturated fat and high in unsaturated fat, making it one of healthiest animal fats you can eat. So I guess this dish makes a great substitute for a salad. 128522

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