Ricing Bowl

G/F Ponte Bldg., Chino Roces Ave., Makati, Metro Manila

Ricing Bowl
4.0 Stars

7 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 2
  • 4 stars 2
  • 3 stars 3
  • 2 stars 0
  • 1 star 0
  • 7 Reviews
  • 39 Recommend
  • 7 Reviewers
Business Hours
Reopens: 10:30a - 8:00p


  • Sunday
    • Closed
  • Monday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:30a - 8:00p

Payment Options

Cash, MasterCard, Visa

More Business Info

Street, Parking Lot
Take Out:
Good for Groups:

Most Recent Reviews

Heizelle S.
3.0 Stars

This place is few blocks away from my place and so i dropped by and tried. :)

The place looks cozy and vibrant.

For their menu:

The concept is to Make Your Own Rice Bowl, and you only have few choices to mix and match on your bowl. But i must say that you should try their satay sauce. Looks yummy and healthy, however, everything was in small portion. :(

The price is Php 149 per bowl. No dessert available. :(

  • No. of Comments: 2
Edessa T.
3.0 Stars

I love the ambiance and the food. I just feel like I don't have much of a choice. I think they should add more on their menu.

  • No. of Comments: 4
Vincent B.
3.0 Stars

Food was okay, no softdrinks available (wala pa daw kasing delivery) they were offering us coffee in 38 degree heat. Selections were few plus hindi pa available karamihan. Not worth the trip here if you are on a one hour lunch break.

  • No. of Comments: 0
Reich T.
4.0 Stars

The Ricing Bowl is one of the stalls at The Gourmand Market.  I've heard good stuff about em via the foodie universe,  I was even planning to swing by Chino Roces to do recon work.

No need to brave Makati traffic.  Ricing Bowl is within my reach courtesy of The Gourmand Market.  I was dead set of buying their famous rice bowls.  I was planning to gey the grilled liempo with salted egg sauce and veggie crunch.  The lady manning the store said that they ran out of pork,  the only have fish and fowl.  I picked fowl.   The dish is a perf
perfect combination of go,  grow and glow food.  You have carbs,  protein and veggies.  I specifically liked the salted egg sauce,  it is very subtle and will not leave an aftertaste.  The chicken is cooked perfectly and the veggies are fresh.  Mix em well together and Voila! Mixed rive bowl heaven.

Overall,  this is cohesive mixed rice dish.  Affordable and filling.

  • No. of Comments: 1
Dennis O.
5.0 Stars

One thing I love in makati is food adventure. Searching looloo for something new and just walk around makati. I saw review of ricing bowl late last year and been in my to try list. The place is in Chino Roces corner Ponte St. Need to correct the location in looloo map which is pindrop at Chino Roces cor. Yakal St. 128521
The place is quite far from ayala ave but for me it is still a walking distance. The place nterior is very clean looking with the large ricing bowl logo on the wall. The staff were friendly they explain and recommended best combination of rice bowl. The three of us choose a variety of combination for us to be able to taste different combination.
🔹Grilled Liempo with salted egg sauce and asian crunch - The grilled liempo was good a little bit of sweetness and charred flavor. The sauce was really good just subtle taste of salted egg. Veggie crunch was crunchy coleslaw to give texture to the ricebowl.
🔹Lemongrass Fish with Peanut Satay sauce and asian crunch- this one got a homemade fishball. It wasn't the typical chinese fishball this one is a fish fillet in shape of ball. The fishball got a strong good fish taste. They didn't use creamdory on this one not sure what fish they use but it tasted great!
🔹Pandan Chicken with Peanut Satay and charred corn carrots - the pandan chicken got a bit of juicy smokey flavor. Peanut satay gave it a crunchy texture.

Overall for 149php per bowl it was a great deal. Maybe this year ricebowl would be one of the trend!128518128076

  • No. of Comments: 28
Rachelle V.
5.0 Stars

Tried something new. For a very affordable price. There's only three steps to finished your DIY rice bowl. It just to creat your own rice bowl. They have varieants to choose. There interior is nice. Will reco to friends

  • No. of Comments: 2
Carla M.
4.0 Stars

Another DIY restaurant recently opened in Makati. You can create your own rice bowls with an Asian twist. 128523 The place is located a couple of blocks away from the Inquirer building.

My boss invited me and some officemates to try it out during their soft opening.

Step 1: Choose your veggie. You can pick from asian slaw, charred corn or eggplant. The slaw wasn't available that time so I opted for the charred corn.

Step 2: Choose your meat- Crispy Pork, Ginger Pork, Homemade Fish Balls or Pandan Chicken. I picked the pandan chicken. I was expecting it to taste like the pandan chicken in Thai restos, but it lacked that pandan flavor. It was still pretty good anyway. The portion of the chopped chicken was also generous.

Step 3: Choose your sauce- Peanut Satay, Pumpkin Gata, Sauce or Salted Egg. I had the satay since I thought it'd blend well with the chicken. And yes, it did. 128521 It wasn't overpowering nor cloying. I suggest you mix it with your rice too. 128513

They even gave us a free serving of kropek while waiting.

Nothing fancy, just good food with affordable prices. Your P149 will be really sulit! 128077🏼

  • No. of Comments: 6