Providore

G/F SM Aura Premier, McKinley Parkway cor. 26th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, Metro Manila

Providore
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Jae-t M.
4.0 Stars
9

Very pleasant ambience. 🔶🔶🔶🔶
Pleasant staff too 🔶🔶🔶🔶
Palabok - elevated 🔶🔶🔶🔶. Its a “soshal” version.
Chicken bbq plate 🔶🔶🔶🔸- tender, tasty (sweet) comes with garlic-java rice.
Pork steak plate 🔶🔶🔶 meh. Aside from the good size, forgettable. Im a pork fan. This isn’t even Pinoy style (maple and something else marinade). They could’ve marinated with key lime or something else instead. Comes with paprika fries.
Backyard mojito - 🔶🔶🔶🔶
Craft beer - 🔶🔶🔶🔸

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Zef A.
5.0 Stars
3

Satisfied and buchog lusog. 128077

Macaroni Pimiento Four Cheese Gratin (Php395)
Cheeseburger Classique(Php395)
Warm Brownie Skillet(Php250)

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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars
5

It was just a few months ago when Providore delighted my tummy with its superb Bone Marrow Burger. I had a quick chat with A, one of the owners of Raintree Restaurants and I got an insider info that they plan to open an al fresco dining area to serve early morning meals and after work drinks. And last February 8, Providore Backyard, finally opened.

Hello, Providore Backyard!

The chic white shed, faux grass and bar were the first things we saw as soon as we stepped out of the air-conditioned section of Providore. Not only does the set up recreate a “backyard look”, it also exudes a very homey and relaxed ambiance perfect for that well deserved nightcap.

Since we wanted to stick with some light snacks, R and I opted to go with Cali Dog (PHP295) and Steel Plate Nachos (PHP395). For drinks, we went with Red Sangria (PHP275) and Margarita Berry (PHP225).

First served were our drinks and both were pretty good.

The red sangria had a good amount of fruit chunks to make the drink sweet and refreshing.

The Margarita Berry was delightful too. Though it may not have the same punch as other margaritas you’d get elsewhere,

I liked that I could have a glass or two of this delectable drink without having to worry about wobbling home.

The huge plate of nachos was served next and it was packed with cheese, guacamole, onions, pickles and tomato bits guaranteeing each mouthful to tickle your taste buds.

What I loved most about this dish though was that the nacho chips remained crispy despite swimming in toppings for 20 minutes or so. (We had to wait for Cali-Dog before indulging in this great for sharing plate of goodies. Coz, flatlay.)

Though the Cali-Dog didn’t have what we’d call mouthwatering plating, it made up for its lack of Instagram worthiness with taste.

I love the snap I get from each bite of the hotdog and the generous serving of sauerkraut, mustard and bacon bits. The fries on the side were perfectly seasoned too and complemented the hotdog.

Though we were only able to try the casual snacks and bar chows, Providore Backyard also offers breakfast meals. And great news to early risers! This picturesque al fresco dining area is open as early as 8 am. Fret not night owls as you could still get your late night grub till 2am.

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AlwaysHungryPh P.
4.0 Stars
10

There is a not-so-secret haven in the SM Aura Premiere, which happens to offer such an impressive and well-rounded array of food and beverages. Providore, which is a play on the word “provider” is a restaurant that takes pride in their knack of pleasing people with the food rather than impressing them. Hold the thought, however, on the food, we are going to focus on their coffee.

New exciting promos are out in tandem with SM Aura Premier’s Art in Coffee. This 2 day affair highlighted our strong caffeine boost coffee, and Providore took part of this campaign. This occasion was a platform to feature notable names and neophytes in the local art scene as well.

Providore's main treat for you and me is their Ice Blended Coffee, 2 for the price of 1 at just Php 175. And this is available only until the end of this month.

Their Ice Blended Coffee selections come in three favorite flavors: White Chocolate, Salted Caramel, and Mocha. Each flavor comes in 3 ways too: regular, with chocolate chips, or with crumble.

What’s great about these drinks is they’re not executed like the usual coffee frappe. They actually come out like a milkshake. In this case, a coffee milkshake. They’re thick, just the right strength of flavor that’s enough to make you appreciate it, and the added crunch from either the chocolate chips or the crumble. There are also surprise coffee bean nibs at the bottom for a crunchy chew.

And if that’s not enough of a treat, Providore has just also launched their flavored cortado line. For the benefit of the non-coffee enthusiasts, a cortado is an espresso or coffee added with the same amount of warm milk to reduce the acidity. Providore came out with 4 flavors: regular, white chocolate, chocolate, and salted caramel. All these are served in the traditional cortado cup, which has a metal ring base and metal wire handle.

We were treated to see the head barista masterfully craft the latte art. We also got a few tips and new information on coffee in general.
It's always a welcome education to a start-up blogger like me.

You’ll also make many discoveries when you explore the storefront. On the left side, you have an aquarium for the tempting and indulgent pastries that Providore bakes, which is also attached to their coffee bar. And to the right are countless products from local brands. You’re sure to whip out your wallet for a jar or three from this section.

As cliche as this may sound, you really can’t miss out on their promo. Bring a friend or three to enjoy the Ice Blended Coffee drinks while enjoying the comforting escape that Providore provides (pun intended). Don't forget this ends along with September.

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars
5

Ikaw ba’y nalolongkot at walang makaosap?

Ang solosyon? Somolat ng rebyo o di kaya’y basahen and isinolat ko.

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Sa halagang humigit kumulang na limandaang piso, maaari mong malasap ang karneng iniluto sa sandamakmak na mantikilya at buo-buong bawang.

Nagkakahalagang P395 ang karneng hiniwa sa maliliit na tila parisukat na hugis. Malasang malasa ito at tiyak na magugustuhan ng kahit sinong mahilig sa karneng hindi matabang o makunat.

Para sa pinakamasarap na isteyk, imumungkahi kong ipaluto ang karne nang katamtaman (medium) at hindi katamtamang magaling (medium well).

Gayunpaman, malungkot kong ibinabalita na ang kanilang mabawang na kanin (garlic rice) ay tila nakawang kalsada (highway robbery) ang presyo.

Ipagpalagay na nating malaki ang isang plato nito, sa halagang isang daang piso - mas nanaiisin kong liitan na lamang nila ang sukat ng kaning ito.

Ang iyong ulam kapares ng higanteng kaning bawang ay paniguradong bitin. Madali mong mauubos ang karne subalit kalahati pa ng kanin ang matitira.

Tiyak na nanaisin mo pang kumain ng karagdagang karne subalit maalala mong apat na raan ang halaga nito.

Pagmamasdan mo ang natirang kanin at malinis na plato ng karne at magpapasyang simutin na lamang ang natirang katas ng karne at bawang.

Ito’y ibubuhos (mas nararapat na ipatak, kung tutuusin) mo sa ngayong malungkot na plato ng lutong bigas.

Ang serbidora ay lalapit sayo upang tanungin kung may nais ka pang hilingin. Mabilis mong kukumbinsihin ang sarili mo na busog ka na habang isinasalpak ang kutsa kutsarang kanin sa iyong bibig. Ngingiti ka at magalang na sasabihing, “Ay okay na. Thank you!”

Iiisipin mo ang malasang karneng ito kahit ilang linggo na ang nakalipas. Buwan na ang nakalipas at matatagpuan mo ang sarili mong sumusulat ng rebyu, habang inaalala ang masayang karanasan sa Providore.

Ngunit.

Ngunit maalala mo ang kalsadang nakawang presyo at magdadalawang isip.

Ika nga ni Abe C, ako ba’y magbabalik?

Pwidi.

Piro dipindi.

#loolooweeklychallenge

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Carla G.
4.0 Stars
3

My friends have been giving this glowing reviews but I only got around to trying this now.

I had such high expectations of the Winner Winner Chicken Dinner that I was a bit underwhelmed by it. I mean it was good but I knew I've had better, say, Bad Bird, Kettle or even freshly cooked KFC. I loved the side veggies but didn't fancy the bacon and cheddar cookie. The mashed po was different and interesting, but not my cup of tea. 110881108811088

The Warm Brownie Skillet on the other hand gets 1108811088110881108811088️. I can't even begin to describe how good this is. The brownie was really moist, warm, and had just the right sweetness. The mantecado ice cream, salted dulce de leche and dark chocolate syrup were incredible and the almonds sprinkled on it balanced all the sweetness.

Service was friendly, quick, and attentive. I'd give it 5 stars, along with the ambience. I like the layout and acoustics of the place (Does not feel noisy or crowded even when the place is packed). 11088110881108811088

I would still come back to try the Salpicao and have more of that amaaazing dessert. 🙂

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Ruth D.
4.0 Stars
2

🔹 Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
🔹 Salpicao

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Clarissa P.
5.0 Stars
2

My love affair with Providore isn't the "love at first bite" kind because the Bone Marrow Burger was good but too expensive with too little bone marrow, the Mac&Chesse wasn't wow and was pricey and their Halo-Halo version was meh - far from what the menu pic looks like. But since I believe in second chances, I tried it again with my daughter and she asked for Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. That's were it all started.

Almost 2x a week we had Providore for dinner last December and I haven't had any bad food experience since. I can list a lot and talk a lot about their food - Winner Winner, Waffle with Salted Egg Syrup, Cast Iron Dinner Rolls, Providore Salad, STEAK SALPICAO, Bicol Express, Dinuguan and their assortment of pastries and bread - but I'll save that for later.

Last night I had dinner with the hubby and we to Providore. He ordered Winner Winner and I got their Arroz Caldo coz I wasn't feeling so well. For 195Php, this Arroz Caldo is the bomb! It's so tasty, with generous toppings too! There's boiled egg, chicken, pork, ox tripe, bits of chicharon and garlic, caramelized onions and their special yellow sauce. Add a squeeze of calamansi juice to cut through the richness and enjoy! It's delicious and comforting. The warm rice porridge, the saltiness of the soup, the garlic kick and a potion of protein in every spoonful. So sulit!

Automatically added into our Providore family favorites!

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EJ B.
4.0 Stars
3

Final Stop in SM Aura Food Crawl: Providore.

This is not my first time in Providore. I already tried the Winner Winner Chicken Dinner and some pastry. But this time we had dessert.

Norman got a Warm Brownie Skillet for Php250.00, Marc and I paired it with Tsaa Laya's Lemon Ginger Tea for Php75.00 per pot.

Warm Brownie Skillet (Salted Dulce de Leche, Dark Chocolate Sauce topped with Mantecado Ice Cream) - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
"The dessert served in a hot skillet, the ice cream on top of it blends well with the dark chocolate brownie. Yummy!"

Tsaa Laya's Lemon Ginger (Ginger, Turmeric, Lemongrass) - 11088110881108811088️ 4/5
"We add sugar syrup to enhance the flavor of the tea. "Lasang pesang isda kung walang sugar syrup"."

#ilovetoeatph 12851510084

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Marijoe D.
5.0 Stars
4

Went here on a Saturday night. Love the ambiance. Nice interior. The food is good for sharing. 127860

We ordered Winner Winner Chicken Dinner. It's really a winner. The chicken is so crispy. Love the mashed potato too. Same with the biscuit. We also had Lechon Kawali Cracklings. It's really good, super crunchy. Their Bicol express is really delicious and spicy, you need to pair it with rice. Overall, love the food here. Worth the price. Will surely come back to try their other menu like salpicao, chicken ala kiev and laing 128523

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Peanut D.
4.0 Stars

I would have given this Impossible Cake 5 stars because it's honestly the best cake EVER for me but...

Look at my photo. Why is it in a takeout container?

Oh that's right. It was 9:30PM when I came in and they wouldn't let me eat the cake in their restaurant because they're already cleaning up.... But I wasn't going to make a mess, I just wanted to eat it sitting down... 128524

I asked them if I can get the cake to go and eat it quickly at one of their tables. The two staff members looked at each other. "Uhhhh..."

So I took my cake and brought it to the food court... 🙄

Come on guys. It's one table.

The cake is good though I have to say. 128557 Soft leche flan, moist chocolate cake. WINNER.

Just don't get it past 9:30PM. 128514

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Mary Iralyn C.
5.0 Stars
3

2 days in 1 week! woohoo! it means I get to order Salpicao twice - first well done because a friend is preggy so she can't eat anything raw and 2nd time medium well! 128522

Their zucchini fries are the best! and I just added the warm skillet brownie ala mode - chewy, creamy and just perfect! to my list of fave desserts

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Inna A.
5.0 Stars

Providore had very nice interiors and ambiance.

They have all day breakfast, I got the longganisa set for 295PHP.

Serving is huge! I had to take away left overs.

Delicious! It was very well worth it for me. 🖒

Would definitely dine here again.

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Bella J.
5.0 Stars
10

Went to SM Aura last Sunday and I got to pick where to have our late lunch. Based on the good reviews I've been reading, I chose to go with Providore.

I liked how the place looked. It was bright and open and you're immediately greeted by the pastries on display and the kitchen essentials Providore also sells. These kitchen essentials include coffee from different places in Mindanao, atchara, chili chutney, and many other things! So I recommend that you take a look at the shelves in case something tickles your fancy.

Looking at the menu, I noticed how straightforward and simple the dishes are. Nothing elaborate and I also liked how under the name of each dish, the different components of the dish were listed so you know exactly you're ordering.

We ordered the Molo Mami. The soup was light and flavorful and the shredded pieces of vegetables were generous. I liked the molo as well. It was flavorful and cooked well. The molo wrapper didn't feel rubbery at all and nearly melted in my mouth.

We also got the Puto and Dinuguan. I didn't get to try this one since I don't like Dinuguan. But my sisters liked it and found the meat cubes flavorful because they had fat in it.

The star of the meal was undoubtedly the Steel Plate Cooked Garlic Butter "Salpicao" Steak. This dish is best paired with rice. Why? Because of the sauce. It was sooooooooo good and I made sure to always drizzle it over my rice.

If you don't feel like getting rice, that's alright. But make sure to include a slice of beef, an onion, and garlic with every mouthful you take. And don't forget to get some sauce on them too! The meat was cooked right and not rubbery or chewy at all! The onions were sweet and went well with the meat and the sauce. I just wish there was more meat because being the matakaw person I am, it wasn't enough especially since I had to share with my sisters and mom! :)

I also bought a chocolate chip cookie to-go. There were large chunks of chocolate, which I liked and had good texture :)

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April H.
4.0 Stars
10

The latest addition to the Raintree group was my friend's choice of restaurant for last night's get-together. The balikbayan wanted Filipino food, though I'm a tad confused if that is really the cuisine that the restaurant was serving. I guess it's very much like Chelsea in terms of that extensive menu...

The place was lovely and inviting-- pretty much expected from the group that brought us Chelsea (used to be my favorite hangout), Stella, and Rocket Room among others... I liked the chic interiors; I felt like it was a throwback to the now-defunct Mr Jones with the chosen color palette. The shelves and general layout brings Chelsea to mind... I am obviously a fan of their restaurants.

I tried their Calamansi Lychee cooler, expecting the usual Raintree flair for drinks. I was disappointed with this one, it was not as refreshing as I thought. I think the signature punch might have been a better order.

Starting the meal with their Zuccini Pecorino Fries was a great idea! I loved how the pecorino was generously grated on top and the dip was just the right complement to the fries. "Healthy" because of the zuccini twist but it didn't feel like veggies! I did like the Providore salad a lot! Great choice of components but it was a little expensive for the serving...

We had to order the Winner, Winner Chicken Dinner-- apparently a bestseller of the restaurant and a dish appreciated by kids. How did one of the little boys react to the dish? "Tita, why doesn't it taste like anything?" I must agree with the sentiment. Fried to perfection but bland, the chicken needed bolder flavors to make it a winner. The sausage gravy did not help that much and the biscuit served with it was tough to chew. Mashed potato was forgettable and was left unfinished.

My friends ordered the dinuguan with puto. Being the first time I have tried dinuguan, I am not the best person to ask about the dish. Yes, I don't eat dinuguan-- I have had to contend with blood in my job. I don't mind it but I don't actually need to taste it. I think it's an acquired taste and one that I will not acquire anytime soon. My friend weighed in, stating that it needed acidity to life the dish. She asked for vinegar and it came in a small silver container; she proceeded to dump the entire contents into the clay pot. I agree that it did improve the taste. They said it's the Ilocano style of making dinuguan-- with tanglad and sans vinegar. I wouldn't know, but two of them were Ilocanos so I defer to their judgement.

What we all loved was the Steel Plate Cooked Garlic Butter "Salpicao" Steak! That's one mouthful of a name... Cooked medium rare, this steak is flavorful and tender... The butter, roasted garlic, and onions just make it an unquestionably awesome dish! We paired it with java rice and it was just perfect! We ended up going thru two servings-- of the steak and the rice! This was the highlight of our dinner and the dish that I would recommend in this restaurant...128077🏻

I think they are still growing into their operations... Having that many dishes on the menu is very hard to manage... They immediately nailed the service though-- I liked it very much. The staff were both snappy and friendly. The food was served very quickly-- much appreciated all around... Plus the sell a lot of goodies including Sikat's Salted Egg Potato crisps. Sorry, shameless plug!128513

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Reich T.
3.0 Stars
2

I was so impressed with Providore... i had to go back. I was with Grams this time. This is where we had her birthday lunch. Sad to say, i was a lil underwhelmed this time around.

Palabok. One word - Bland. This is such a letdown. Razons is 100 times better.

Laing. Mediocore. I think they incorporated way too much flavor on the Bicol Express and forgot about the Laing.

Saving grace is the chicken.

Providore, you broke my heart. 128546

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Ruth S.
4.0 Stars
4

Was able to visit this place twice already (1) with my aunt and (2) with my homies 128514128513. And I was able to try the following dishes:

Bacon Clam Chowder
- served hot in a bread bowl, the soup was tasty and comforting. 9786

Warm Buffalo Bleu Cheese with Chicken Dip
- This was good! It may look bitin and konti but it was actually a lot. Served with potato chips, celery and carrots. Would be better if the potato chips was able to maintain the crispiness. 128530 Since it was soggy already, we tried dipping the fried chicken here which surprisingly worked well together! Sarap! 128518128525

Providore Salad
- Providore's salad was just okay. Usual salad. Nothing extraordinary. At 350pesos, this is way too pricey, imo.

Crispy Seafood Mayo Roll
- Hmm, this was just okay too. I was kind of expecting a lot from this one but sadly, it was not how I expected it to be. The bread was too big/thick. No buttery soft bun filled with seafood goodness. The seafood filling was a bit bitin and is lacking something I can't exactly identify. Parang kulang.

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner
- There must be a reason why this dish is named like this. You just can't say something's a winner when clearly, it's not. I was not that excited to try it at first since it looks just like any ordinary crispy fried chicken, but when you get to taste it, you'll understand why and know the reason behind the name. With a chicken this good, you just have to name it as a Winner. 128521128541

The first time I tried this, I liked it but on my second visit, it was so much better. I loved it! The chicken was really good. Crispy and was fried perfectly! And the mashed potato, biscuit/bread were also yummy. A must try! 128076🏼

Beef Salpicao
- Tender, tasty and oh so flavorful beef salpicao. Garlic goodness overload! This was another winner and we all liked this! 128076🏼

Bicol Express
- This was surprisingly good and tasty. Bicol express lovers will surely enjoy this. Sarap! 128076🏼

If you're planning to visit this place, you must order the CHICKEN. If you like beef, order the salpicao. Okay?? Okay!! 128521 And oh, heard and read good reviews about the burger so you might want to try that, as well. 128077🏼

SERVICE was just okay. First visit, service was fast and the servers were hands on, very helpful and approachable. On my second visit, it wasn't as good as the first but not that bad -- just different.

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Reich T.
4.0 Stars
5

This the first stop of our BGC x Winter Solstice x Welcome Back Jai Food Crawl.  The plan was to have dinner then part ways but things got out of hand and we ended up having a mini food crawl.  This is reminiscent of the first one we had a couple of months back.  Guys,  remember Kapitolyo?

I suggested Provide and everyone happily obliged.   I've heard good stuff about Raintree's new baby.  I've been planning to dine here for the longest time but my desire to go home after participating in concensus terrorism is way too high. 

(Concensus Terrorism - google Douglas Coupland and learn a thing or two about post modern literature)

We ordered grub for sharing.

Winner Winner Chicken Dinner.  I heard this catch phrase when i watched 21.  The Chinese dude dealing cards mentioned it when Ben got Black Jack.  This dish may seem simple as the infamous card game but this is the same card game that is responsible for the demise of great men. 

Alas,  i digress again.  Back to the chicken.  Well,  it is nothing but awesome.  The chicken is the shiz!  Crispy and flavorful outside,  moist and juicy inside.  This will not be a "winner"  dish without the creamy mashed potato and the biscuit.  And oh,  the gravy is awesome too. 

Salpicao.  Another crowd favorite.  Succulent beef is cooked in a steel plate and oozing with salpicao x garlic goodness.  I liked the fact that the meat is cooked medium rare as it retained all the meaty goodness.  Oh,  it is fall-off-the-bone tender too. 

Bicol Express.  I have an affinity with any type of food cooked in coconut milk.  I was really excited when the server placed this on our table.  I took a spoonful and let my tastebuds do the work.  Well,  it is flavorful with the right amount of spice.  After a couple of spoonfuls,  i raised the white flag... Cloying factor raised to the nth power.  I think the chef went a lil cray-cray and wanted diners to overdose in flavor.  I think they ought to tone it down a couple of notches to lessen the umay factor. 

We enjoyed dinner,  everyone is raving about the chicken and the salpicao. 

I shall return,  Providore.  Got my eye on the laing.

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Norman Lester T.
4.0 Stars
5

Brunch with your best buddies is always a good idea. Last Monday, Cindy S, Edison A and I decided to have our Holiday brunch at Providore.

As I enter the restaurant, I noticed that Providore has a section for goodies. Some of the interesting stuff that can be bought here are Jacob's Praline Peanut Butter, fragrances such as Alaala, Yakap, and Lambing, and items from Herman & Co. Providore also has a bakery which cookies, revel bars, and croissants can be bought.

Cindy S and I were the early birds and while waiting for Edison A, being the usual late he is, we ordered the following.

DRINKS

** Providore Punch (175php)
This was a bright red drink probably because of the cherry syrup and watermelon juice. This tasted a bit sour as it also contains pineapple and passionfruit punches. It was a refreshing drink perfect for a cool down after hours of Christmas shopping.

** Cafe Mocha (160php)
I don't think Providore specializes in coffee as their version of Mocha is disappointing. I was not able to find fusion of coffee and chocolate in this drink.

When Edison arrived, we browsed the menu and we had the following.

APPETIZERS

** Zucchini Pecorino Fries (175php)
I ordered this one as I found zucchini fries interesting. I'm not really a fan of vegetables as appetizer but these zucchini + malagos pecorino cheese fries were delicious. Really not salty, so better dip it in its buttermilk ranch dressing.

** Beer Battered Seafood "Cocktail" Platter (595php)
This was very instagenic. All those seafood were appetizing. My favorite was the mozzarella stuffed shrimp. I didn't know that cheese will go well with shrimps. Crab and corn cream balls, calamari, crispy baby tawilis, beer battered fish bites, and blue swimmer crab were also included in this platter. This is good for sharing. This also came with 2 dips + 1 small bottle of Louisiana hot sauce.

MAINS

** Crab and Avocado Egg Toastie (320php)
Tbh, this tasted okay but the bread was a struggle to eat. I'm guessing that they toasted it too much. Nevertheless the poached eggs on top were perfect! The avocado and crab meat were also good.

** Steel Plate Cooked Garlic Butter Salpicao Steak (395php)
Cooked medium, these U.S. beef slices with garlic, butter, onion and olive oil surely was the winner in this brunch! The beef was cooked perfectly as it's soft and tender. The sauce was flavorful and the butter + garlic combination made it all the more delicious. This order is made for that order of extra rice!

We didn't have dessert here but their Housemade Leche Flan and Warm Brownie Skillet seem interesting. The service was generally fast. I like that the restaurant is bright as this is perfect for foodie shots.

P.S. They are open as early as 8AM for breakfast.

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Cindy S.
4.0 Stars
7

I've been seeing Providore on social media and on various food blogs for a few months now, and this morning I finally had the chance to have breakfast here with Norman Lester T and Edison A! 10084

The place is sunny, spacious and very well lighted. I just love how the sun brightens the place with natural light. 10084️ This is something you rarely see in restaurants/cafès nowadays.

Our orders:
127839 Zucchini Pecorino Fries - 175 Php
I love this appetizer! The crispiness on the outside and the melts-in-your-mouth inside was amazing! I was tempted to order for another.

127859 Crab & Avocado Egg Toastie - 320 Php
Sourdough bread topped with roasted tomatoes, cucumber and avocado salsa, 2 poached eggs, crab meat, wild arugula with lemon vinagrette. I really tried hard to enjoy this but somehow I didn't and ended up eating just half of it. I know sourdough bread is meant to be a little hard but this one is so hard to the point that it's become a struggle to eat it. Aside from the "matigas pa sa bato" bread, the toppings on this were delish! The poached eggs were perfectly cooked as the yolk oozes out upon cutting it. 128523

127830 Steel Plate Cooked Garlic Butter Salpicao Steak - 395 Php
Sizzled U.S. beef, garlic, native onions, chili and olive oil. This one is just so delicious you'd wanna eat this with rice, no kidding. The salpicao steak was so tender and full of flavor. You can't help but drizzle the sauce on your rice! 128525

🦀 Beer Battered Seafood Cocktail Platter - 595 Php
Now this one, aside from being ridiculously instagram-worthy, it will leave you in a seafood induced coma! The platter includes crab and corn cream balls, mozarella stuffed shrimp, crispy calamari, baby tawilis, beer battered fish bites and blue swimmer crab. It is also served with potato chips, Louisiana hot sauce, classic tartar sauce and their "cocktail" sauce. Every bite was just sinful. So... Hungry yet? 9786

9749️ Cafè Mocha - 160 Php
Okay. This was just okay. Guess it's my fault ordering coffee and expecting excellent coffee on a restaurant that does not specialize on serving coffee.

The service was nice and I love the "sunny-ness" of the place. I'd probably be back just to try their pastries and desserts (Hello Unicorn Krispies wait for meee!), we were just too full by then to order more.

Overall... 11088110881108811088️ stars!

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