Le Cheat Kitchen + Bar

Arellano Ave. cor. Estrada St., San Andres, Manila, Metro Manila

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Le Cheat Kitchen + Bar
3.0 Stars

1 Reviewer

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Business Hours
Reopens: 1:00p - 1:00a


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

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

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Most Recent Reviews

Isha S.
3.0 Stars

The bf and I decided to visit this place for dinner yesterday. It's located on a corner a few blocks away from Vito Cruz Taft.

The place is relatively new, operational for only about 3 months now. The place is kind of small but it makes up for it with strategically placed mirrors haha. They have this modern grungy theme going on with fake bricks on the wall, neon light signage and the stairs are alternately fake grass and concrete? Haha. There are regular chairs and tables as well as high tables and tall stools.

Some of the items on the menu are still not available since they're still sorting stuff out while others were already sold out by the time we got there for dinner at 7 PM. Their menu offerings are pretty varied and they include shawarmas, sisig, pasta, rice meals, breakfast food, etc. For dessert, they have crepes, waffles, etc. They also offer beer, alcoholic and non-alcoholic milkshakes and popsicles. Prices range from 100+ to 200/300+ pesos, depending on the serving size which you can pick.

I got their Corona beer-battered BBQ ribs while the bf got Persian beef. We each got them in the medium serving. They each came with a couple of sides you could also customize. The serving was kind of small, which made me wonder how small the smallest serving size could be! 128556 Flavor-wise, the dishes were fairly good. What I was disappointed in were their milkshakes. They were 145 pesos each and were served in small mason jars and they were like all ice with a bit of flavoring thrown in 128534. Not worth it imo.

Service was good and fast, though. The waiter who attended to us was also very friendly.

Overall, I think they have good potential, but still plenty of room for improvement. They could be an established hangout place in the future.

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