This newly renovated restaurant made me happy when it opened its doors again. I was saddened by its closing near my area. I can still faintly remember the “opa” moments I had with my family at that branch. So when this one finally opened, it was a welcome sight to my eyes.
I can’t remember how this one looked like before but it has this modern Greek chic feel. Blue and white details were everywhere. That row of empty bottles was a nice addition to the décor. With the Greek gods and goddesses watching over us, it felt regal to dine here.
Their iced teas are freshly mixed which makes it inconsistent at times. If you get the darker kind, it tends to be too sweet or having that strong tea flavor.
This is my absolute fave pasta of theirs. And I will never, ever, ever, EVER get tired of ordering this. It’s just really GOOD. This simple pasta dish was cooked in white wine with lemon, parsley, parmesan and loads of clams. You can taste the clam in every bite.
Considered as Greek Chicken Adobo, the chicken was so tender that it could fall off from its bone. It was very easy to slice and debone. Braised in lemon and oregano, these additions pop out to make for one very delicious dish.
I’m always used to having cake as a dessert or even ice cream. So when we ordered this, I found it very refreshing and cultural. Made with mixed nuts, namely, walnuts, pistachios, almonds and cashews, and drizzled with warm orange honey syrup, it was naturally sweet. The outer crust was flaky which provided that good balance to the nuts layer. In my opinion, this is a healthier alternative to the usual sweet desserts.
This restaurant will surely fill you up with its healthy and delicious Greek dishes. Though it may be a bit pricey, it is worth it as you get not only good food but good service too. So if you’re looking to dining healthy, have an affair at this resto.
1/F Greenbelt 2,
Ayala Center, Makati City
Official website: http://www.cymarestaurants.com/