Le Jardin

W Fifth Avenue, 5th Ave., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Le Jardin
4.5 Stars

9 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 6
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 1
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 9 Reviews
  • 3 Recommend
  • 9 Reviewers
Business Hours
Open: 4:00p - 11:00p


  • Sunday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 4:00p - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 7:30a - 11:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Kids Menu:
Take Out:
Outdoor Seating:
Lunch, Dinner, Dessert
Waiter Service:
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

Jayne Marie W.
5.0 Stars

Located in a penthouse level, Le Jardin is a good place to celebrate occasions or simply to indulge in fine French cuisine with lofty views of the city.

We enjoyed the food here when we were invited to celebrate my partner's niece for her first birthday. We have a menu choices for the 3-course meal which included Iced Tea or Coffee for the drink, 1 appetizers, 1 main course, and 1 dessert.

Lasagne d'agneau (Lamb Lasagna)
I enjoyed this unique lasagna. Indeed a different twist to the usual lasagna, and the flavors in your mouth is just divine! Very different from the usual lasagnas out there!

Forest Truffle Chicken
Braised chicken in red wine with creamy mashed potatoes, French beans, and black truffles. I'm lost for words on how to describe this dish, the fragrance of the Forest Truffle Chicken echoes the allure of the French cuisine. The sauce is the highlight of the dish which enhances the flavor of the mashed potato and the tender chicken. I couldn't stop dipping the chicken to the sauce which had an intense and pungent fragrance to the point that I even savored the sauce alone.

Apple Cheesecake Crumble
The ultimate dessert could well be this combination. A shortbread crust that is layered with a cheesecake filling, cinnamon-spiced apples and a crumb topping.

Le Jardin was unexpectedly great, all of the food we tried was great! Each had a very unique taste. I'm glad that I got to experience authentic French cuisine. You all should go to this resto! It's all worth it! Oh, this place is also perfect for romantic dinner dates because of the overlooking view of the city. Whatever the reason may be, you will definitely have a good time.

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Tommy T.
5.0 Stars

Located at the penthouse of W building, this restaurant has a very nice ambiance, food is superb. Appetizers is soup de cittrouille et foie gras poele and coquilles St Jacques Poelee, followed by palate cleanser. Main dish was filet de Beouf Rossini and seared foie gras , followed with cheese plate, dessert was profiterole au chocolate, paired with chanpagne, white and red wine .

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

Two weeks ago, my former colleague M messaged me to ask if I was free the following day for food tasting at Le Jardin. Since Le Jardin is one of the restaurants I wanted to visit, I quickly replied YES! Who am I to turn down free food anyway?

Hello, Le Jardin.

I’ve read about this fancy French restaurant befores. I planned to have brunch here one time with a few friends but it never happened. But thanks to M, I get to try some of its bestsellers.

When I arrived, I was the only guest there. I thought I was too early for dinner. But throughout dinner, only two to three other tables were occupied. (All were couples except for the group of baby boomers near the bar.)

M and I tried the five-course dinner (PHP3,200) which includes amuse bouche, three entrée aux choix (appetizers), plat principal au choix (main course), assortment de fromage maison (homemade cheese) and dessert au choix (assortment of one dessert).

First served were a plate of freshly baked bread and a small serving of amuse bouche (truffled scrambled eggs).

The amuse bouche was delightful with its soft and silky texture. It went well with the warm bread.

It took roughly 30 minutes before the first appetizer arrived.

The Saumon Fumé Maison or house smoked salmon was quite ordinary for me. It was also not as salty as the other smoked salmon I tried before.

The Tartare de Homard au Pamplemousse was served next and it was quite bland. The lobster was fresh though and the chilled pomelo was refreshing.

It took almost another half hour before the Lasagne D’ Agneau was served. But it was worth the wait.

Though small, this dish was oozing with flavor. This is one of the tastiest lasagnas I’ve tried. I also loved that the lamb had no after taste. It would have tasted better though if it was served warmer and al dente. But apparently, French pasta is made to be softer or so what the chef told M.

Now for the main course… the Pavé de Thon et Foie Gras Poêlé Sauce aux Truffes or Grilled Tuna Steak with Foie Gras and Truffle sauce. (Whew, that’s a mouthful!)

It sauce was divine! I loved the salty and slightly creamy sauce and it went well with the grilled tuna, mashed potatoes and asparagus. I also loved the thick slice of foie gras (though I’ve had better foie gras in Tagaytay Highlands). The only part I was a bit iffy about was that the tuna was medium well. It has some red parts but the server said that it’s really served like that. Oh well.

We were already full when the cheese platter arrived. But since it looked tempting, we gave it a try.

The homemade cheeses were infused with flavors such as olives, red pepper, truffle and chives while one was made with ash from French wood. My favorites were chives and truffle. Red pepper was so-so while ash and olives were unbearable for me.

Finally, after more than three hours of eating, we finally reached dessert.

The Dessert de Gils is said to be Le Jardin’s bestselling dessert so I had high expectations.

The beautiful mess was made of strawberry sorbet with frozen berries, crust and nuts and it was a lovely way to cap the night. I now get it why it is their bestselling dish.

I will definitely be back for more!

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Julienne Y.
5.0 Stars

I'm gonna work 2x as hard so I can eat here 2x as often. splurge (calorie and wallet) mode: get their set menu. Tipid mode: go ala carte and tell them to split the meals. For example, my mom and i ordered the grilled tuna foie gras and had them split it into two portions. The half portion is in my photo. My mom's plate was identical.

We did the same "split strategy" for the fish soup. It was more than enough. Some appetizers like the St. Jacques scallops are only good for one however. So i guess it depends. But the waiter will be there to guide you. Their service is terrific. Their food is wonderful as well.

Tip: go for lunch for bright airy views. Dinner time for a more romantic sort of experience.

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Jesusa A.
3.0 Stars

Had the four-course meal. Everything was just okay except for Gil's dessert, which was quite fantastic.

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Daffodil C.
5.0 Stars

Dined at this restaurant with my girlfriends, we had the 3-course meal which included a starter, main and dessert plus their homemade cheese. We also ordered a bottle of red wine that the manager recommended. Food was okay, nothing great.

After having our dessert we were so full already that we couldn't eat the cheese anymore, so we asked the waiter to wrap it up for us. When it came back, it's in a really nice, "very sosyal" take-out box. Haha!128522

Beautiful interiors. Nice color scheme. Very fancy looking and spacious.

  • No. of Comments: 5
Tara C.
5.0 Stars

Great food (foie gras, soupe de poisson, porcine and dessert de Gils). Super slow service, typical of any French restaurant.

  • No. of Comments: 1
5.0 Stars

Atmosphere was very nice!! And foia gras was very delicious. Wine was a bit expensive. It was my most expensive dinner in Manila, but it's so delicious!!

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The Food Scout N.
4.0 Stars

A newly opened French restaurant at the Penthouse floor of W Building.
One Saturday evening was perfect for O and I to come by for our dinner date. The room isnt packed, only 1/8 of the space were occupied that night.

The Food:
We were given the menu to choose among the courses, 3 course, 4 course or 5 course meal.
O and I opted for a 4 course meal each.
My favorites are their Lobster Salad, french duck liver in 3 ways, braised beef cheek with pan fried foie gras and their incredible desserts!

To be honest, it's really pricey! Like youre having a buffet in a 5-star hotel.
But I guess you have to count the view from the penthouse with makati and fort view plhs the upscale set-up of the restaurant.

Not a good place for casual dining. Ideally for occasions you have to celebrate.

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Pray, Eat and Love.

The Food Scout

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