Imagine two very different cultures from different parts of the world came together to make an entirely new cuisine, well that is what Le Petit Soufflé is all about. The combination of French and Japanese cuisine that we never knew we needed has now come to the Philippines! The fusion of both cuisines makes this restaurant very unique and I bet you’re really curious as to what kind of foods are sold here. Well continue reading to find out more.
Le Petit Soufflé offers a wide range of French-Japanese inspired dishes that will make your mouth water. Dishes such as the Porc Bourguignon, which is a red wine-braised pork served on a bed of squid ink rice, making it the new and perfect comfort food that your taste buds never knew existed. They also have their very own Mac and Cheese with a Japanese twist! Making the al dente pasta even more exciting with sharp cheddar, mozzarella, Hungarian sausage and shimeji mushrooms.
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Le Petit Soufflé also specializes on desserts. They have some of the most delectable desserts in town! Desserts such as their Matcha Soufflé, Pistachio Sans Rival, and Classic Basque Burnt Cheesecake will make anyone’s sweet tooth dance in joy.
You may refer to the images below for their menu:
For the full menu, you may visit their official Facebook page which will be linked below.
Located in Century City Mall, Makati, Le Petit Soufflé is also available for dine-in but on a limited capacity only due to the current restrictions. Don’t worry though because you can always enjoy their food at the comfort of your home via delivery using GrabFood, Foodpanda or Pickaroo.
Do note that delivery coverage may vary from different locations and that some items and prices may differ on the said delivery apps.
Location: Le Petit Soufflé
Third Floor, Century City Mall, Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion 1210 Makati, Philippines
Monday to Sunday: 10:00 AM – 8:00PM
Visit their Facebook Page for more information:
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Disclaimer: Credit to the rightful owners. We do not intend copyright infringement with these photos.
Pio Angelo Despi
De La Salle College of Saint Benilde Antipolo Campus
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