The Collective, 7274 Malugay St., San Antonio Village, Makati, Metro Manila

4.5 Stars

4 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 0
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 4 Reviews
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Business Hours
Reopens: 11:00a - 9:00p


  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 7:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p
  • Saturday
    • 11:00a - 9:00p

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Most Recent Reviews

Mich M.
4.0 Stars

You wouldn't know there is a restaurant there unless you go in and look for it. It's in a small alley near B-side when you walk towards the restroom.

Place was small, cozy and still had a 2nd floor where you eat seated on the floor with Christmas lights. 10024Downstairs it was dimly lit and had a wash area if ever you'd eat a burger with your hands like a friend of mine did.

Their menu had a few pages and one of them were their specials, from which I ordered their Korean Bibimbap.

I already expected lots of tofu but all else I was excited to see what ingredients they used and it did not disappoint. The dish came with tasted a bit like bbq sauce but less sweet, spread a thin layer on my 'egg' and red rice 128069

The dish had breaded squash, cabbage, carrots, mushrooms, bean sprouts and cubed 'meat' that actually tastes good. I didn't mix all the ingredients but I guess I should've haha

The price of that plate was only P150 and I was really full after eating it all. Good choice to fill up before going to a gig. 128077🏼


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Christina R.
4.0 Stars

My truly green radically vegan Tita ordered a party tray of lasagna and sisig, and two cakes for my Lola's 85th birthday.

Sisig was good. Seemed like it was made of tofu and mushrooms cut into small pieces. It had a nice sour taste to it. It was pretty good with rice. The lasagna seemed like it was made of layers of potatoes and eggplant, with a sauce made with squash. I actually like both. Tasted clean with the guilt and extra calories from meat. We didn't miss the meat... until we had a bite of legit lumpiang shanghai made with pork128563

I try to eat healthy when I can. But I'm no vegan. I can go meatless, vegetarian or vegan once in awhile as long as the food is good. The food we had here seemed to be a good option for those days.

Tried only one of the cakes. Was curious as to how vegan this cake would be. The pink one is banana with some buttery icing. It was very dense. Liked this too. My Tita requested for a big cake. But they only have it that small so she bought two cakes instead. Too bad I wasn't able to try the chocolate.

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Elaine O.
5.0 Stars

Me, Dennis O , and Roland O had a spur of the moment after office eatup and we decided to explore The Collective in Makati since it has been ages since we last went there. As we were looking for a place to eat we stumbled upon Juicesabel, a café that offers vegetarian food. I think our discovery of this place was very timely since we were being encouraged by some of our friends to try vegetarian food.

âś…Tasty and flavorful
âś…Generous serving
âś…No animal meat, no cow dairy, no white sugar, no preservatives, no additives and no artificial colourings

Before, I thought that being a vegetarian here in the Philippines maybe hard because of the limited choices that we have and the usual expectation that vegan meals are expensive, bland, boring and uninspiring. But those days are gone since vegetarian cafés are starting to pop out and vegan communities are starting to have a following. Vegetarian foods are not so bad after trying Juicesabels’ Vegan Burger, Tofu and Mushroom Sisig and Sugar Beets Longganisa with vegan sunny side up egg. I will definitely come back. 128077128077

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Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

Never thought that Vegan food can be this good and at same time not too pricey.

Was in collective area the other day in Makati and we were looking around where to eat. When we found hidden very deep is Juisabelle. We saw the vegan and was very curious to try it out. This is their second branch after Kalayaan Branch. We met Isabel the owner who was very friendly and shared to us story about being vegan. She and her co-vegan boyfriend were very friendly and accomodating. The place is very small and not too neat as expected since it was located in The Collective area. The place was also a little dim lighted.

For the food we tried some of their best seller. We ordered all at single serving size which was less than 100 php each. But was surpirsed when the food was served because the serving was still good for sharing!
127793Tofu and mushroom sisig - this was so good and I love how she made a vegan sunny side on top of it. Felt and tasted like a true sisig. A sisig minus the guilt.
127793Vegan Longanisa - their vegan take on Vigan Longanisa. It was garlicky and instead of using meat she use beets as an alternative. Tasted like a true vigan linganisa. Just missing the texture of a true longanisa sonce this one was a little to soft.
127793Vegan Burger - I also love this. The patty tasted good. You wouldn't taught that there were no meat in the patty. The bread was also specially made to be vegan minus all the dairy product. Nice!
127793Cold pressed juice - got the green one that has kale, pineapple and some other veggies. Tasted great and the pineapple juice was the prominent taste.

Overall I think this might be one of cheapest vegan store in Manila. They also do deliver pack lunch for offices around makati and bgc area. Now you can go healthy without hurting your budget.128077

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