Pages Deli

G/F Shangri-La Plaza, EDSA cor. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong, Metro Manila

Pages Deli
4.0 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 1
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  • 3 stars 1
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  • 8 Reviews
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Business Hours
Open: 11:00a - 11:00p


  • Sunday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Monday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Thursday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Friday
    • 11:00a - 11:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 12:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

Most Recent Reviews

Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

I still can’t forget the oh-so-great Goat Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Breast with Tomato Vinaigrette from Pages Deli.

I told my sister how much I enjoyed my dinner at Pages Deli and she got so excited with my mouthwatering story that she needed to check the place out herself.

Sunday came and my sister saw it as an opportunity for her to ask our mom to eat lunch at Page’s Deli. My mom gave in and picked us up after her very long meeting (we thought that we were about to faint while waiting for her).

Finally, lunch time.

I browsed the menu again checking which ones to try next while my sister was looking for a rice meal. Unfortunately, Pages Deli is a deli shop thus there were only two rice meals on the menu.

I decided to order Measure for Measure (PHP450) as I am a sucker for anything salmon. My sister on the other hand played it safe and ordered Carbonara (PHP200) while my mom opted for Charlotte’s Web (PHP200). Since I can’t live without appetizers, I also ordered Pomodori di Michaelangelo (PHP150). For drinks, I asked for Mango Shake (PHP80) and my mom ordered Pages Signature Iced Tea (PHP75).

My drink arrived first and I’d say that it was a very refreshing drink. Nothing extraordinary but I like that it was not very sweet unlike the Pages Signature Iced Tea.

We had to ask for extra water to dilute it. It was really good after getting rid of the extra sweetness.

The Pomodori di Michaelangelo was divine. I just love anything that has tomatoes as I grew up eating it almost every day as my afternoon snack. It had a bit of tangy-sweet taste. When my sister tried it, she told me that it tasted like spaghetti sauce. True enough, it did taste like it only it was a bit watery. I will definitely order this again.

Next was the plain looking carbonara. It looked very creamy and it was really creamy. The sauce was quite thick and the dish was a bit bland as well (nothing parmesan cheese cannot solve). However, I’d skip this one on my next visit.

I wasn’t able to try my mom’s order, Charlotte’s Web because when I remembered to ask for a piece, she finished it already. She told me that it was an ordinary ham sandwich though. Well, the menu did mention that it was a humble ham sandwich.

As for my order Measure for Measure… it was great! It was definitely filling and the salmon was very flavorful. The baked salmon fillet was seasoned and cooked well and it went well with the sweet yet tangy sauce (which I’m not very sure what it was called). The mashed potato (again) was bland but it helped highlight the salmon’s flavor and lessened the intense taste of the sauce. It was simply delightful!

Since we were in our glutton mode, my sister and I decided to have dessert. I ordered the Classic Cheesecake (PHP150) while my sister asked for the Apple Crumble (PHP175) thinking that it will taste like S&R’s apple strudel.

My cheesecake was very plain but it had the addicting tangy taste that makes you squint your eyes a bit. The crust was also crunchy adding texture to the dessert. It was LOVE.

My sister’s dessert on the other hand was quite weird for her taste. It had real apple and some apple jam on it that she just could not take. Sorry, but it definitely was not S&R’s apple strudel taste-alike.

My mom and sister were not very happy with their orders but I was very pleased with mine. Chapter 3 in the making. See you again, Pages Deli! 128523

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

I used to ignore this place till I started to read good reviews about it. I wanted to try it myself but I don’t like eating alone in nice restaurants. Then a friend wanted to have dinner to celebrate her birthday. Perfect!

“Let’s meet at Shangri-la!”

“Sure! But where? (Thinking it has to be somewhere new or at least a place we have never been to before) Uhm, how about Pages Deli? Or Lemon Grass?”

“Pages Deli. See you there!”

That was how my friend and I decided to have dinner at Pages Deli.

At first, I was hesitant to order after receiving my friend’s message saying, “I’m so hungry!” since deli shops have limited menu. But since I was already dizzy due to hunger, I gave in and decided to order.

I thought of ordering salad, pasta, soup, and a sandwich. But then I realized that it was a bit too much for two.

So, with a calmer tummy, I decided to order Goat Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Breast with Tomato Vinaigrette (PHP250) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (PHP320). I stopped at that since I wanted my friend to choose her own dinner. I was craving for mango shake that night but they were out of mangoes so I ordered apple shake (PHP80) instead.

My friend arrived before the orders came in and she was quite dizzy so she decided not to order anymore and just share the dishes with me.

The first dish that arrived was the Goat Cheese-Stuffed Chicken Breast with Tomato Vinaigrette salad (whew, that was a long name). My friend said, “Eww, greens! I’ll just get some of the chicken.” But, upon tasting the chicken, she enjoyed it. Really enjoyed it to the point of munching on the “greens” as well.

The chicken was seasoned really well. There was this tangy taste from the vinaigrette and cheese and a bit of saltiness. It was one great tasting chicken. It was also quite tender complementing the crisp lettuce. I will definitely order it again on my next visit.

As for the A Midsummer Night’s Dream—Grilled Grouper Fillet topped with Tomato Vanilla Sauce—was one delightful dish. I’m not fond of vanilla on savory dishes but I wasn’t able to taste it at all. *Goodie!*

The fish fillet was a bit crisp as it was grilled yet the inside was very tender. A bit salty as well. The mashed potato on the other hand was very creamy and smooth making it a perfect partner for the fillet. Even the asparagus was blanched well. I love this dish.

Even the apple shake was good! It was not very sweet as it seemed that they wanted to highlight the natural sweetness of the apples used. And look at the glass! Isn’t it adorable? (Well, it looked really cute to me.)

Before heading back home, my friend decided to try the Belgian Chocolate Cake (PHP175). It was her birthday celebration after all.

It was quite moist and indeed chocolatey. Though my friend said that she couldn’t finish one slice of it. Perhaps, it was not meant for those not really into chocolates. (But I loved it as well!)

I will definitely be back for more! 128523


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Mark L.
4.0 Stars

nice place to hangout

beautiful view specially the passersby

good grape shake, nice ice cold beer, flavorful coffee

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Camille T.
4.0 Stars

Pizza for sharing can be shared by 3 people. Sandwiches named after famous books (and are huge and aren't not that bad either). Cozy location. Will try the cheese, cold cuts and wine next time ;)

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Pau G.
5.0 Stars

Enjoying some peace and quiet. Perfect place to work outside the office while having a cup of coffee and a slice of cake. For a change? 128521

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Nessa C.
3.0 Stars

The place, though quite small, had fine touches of whimsy to it. They played music and dressed their staff in a way that reminded you of kingdoms you've only made up in your head as a child. Needless to say, the ambiance was great....if only there was more space.

Chairs are comfortable enough to distract from claustrophobia and the servers were chipper and attentive to say the least. Thumbs up for the service!

Sadly, the food was mediocre at best and definitely did not provide value for money. I got the cream of mushroom soup which was a bit like Campbell's (only less creamy and salty) and the Peter Pan (smoked salmon w/ BLT) which tasted like a do-it-at-home sandwich and definitely should not have cost Php 400 had it not been for the semi-generous serving of smoked salmon in it.

The only redeeming factor of that meal was the tiny scroll that came with my sandwich - an excerpt from the book Great Expectations. I think that made up for the less than stellar meal (sort of).

Ambiance: 4/5
Service: 5/5
Food: 3/5
Value for Money: 2/5

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Marga D.
4.0 Stars

the food's ok, but the concept is fairly novel. meals are named after classics from english literature, making the bibliophile in me squeal with glee. it alone makes up for the "pwede na" food.

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Lawrz L.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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