Photoblog: Cu Chi Bar Makati

Cu Chi Bar Makati Review
If you are traveling to Vietnam, I really recommend that you go eat and enjoy Vietnamese cuisine. The food there is super delicious. So when I kind of took a break from traveling, I kept on wishing and hoping to find an authentic Vietnamese restaurant in the Philippines. Finally, I felt that my prayers were answered with the opening of Cu Chi Bar in Makati. Btw, I say authentic Vietnamese restaurant because the chef, Chef Tung “Ryan” Pham, is from Vietnam.

Cu Chi Bar Food

“My partners and I wanted to offer something healthy and cheap, and Vietnamese food is generally healthy but it doesn’t break the bank at all. People love [to eat in Vietnam] and there are a lot of night markets—it’s just chill, which is the vibe that we want to achieve here. That’s also why we have beer pong because we want everyone to have a good time,” said one of the owners, Mike M, to Spot PH.

Cu Chi Bar Makati ReviewThe ambiance is an artistic rustic, with cool wall graffitis. On specific nights, they have DJs and you can play beer pong here as well.

Cu Chi Bar Makati Vietnamese FoodFresh Spring Rolls (P195)Cu Chi Bar Makati ReviewFried Spring Rolls (P170/chicken or P180/pork)

When I think about Vietnamese food, Fresh Spring Rolls is the first thing that I think of. Cu Chi Bar’s Fresh Spring Rolls (shaved vegetables, heaps of fresh mint, light rice noodles, and shrimp) is really good and the peanut butter sauce that comes with it is like a match made in heaven!

If you’re like me who likes the crunch, the Fried Spring Rolls will be your best bet. It’s not that oily even if it is deep fried.

Cu Chi Bar FoodBanh Mi (P160)

What’s a Vietnamese Restaurant without Banh Mi, right? Let the sweet, sour and a bit of salty flavour play with your tastebuds with Cu Chi Bar’s Banh Mi.

Cu Chi Bar FoodCu Chi Bar is open from 5pm to 2am. Perfect place to have a healthy and affordable dinner and drinks after work.
Cu Chi Bar DrinksPho (P200)

With the rainy day season saying hello once again, you definitely should try Cu Chi Bar’s Pho. This Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup is super filling with a generous amount of thinly sliced tender meat.

Cu Chi Bar Makati PriceBun Cha (P230)

I don’t remember having Bun Cha when I was in Vietnam but I recommend that you try this here in Cu Chi Bar Makati. One of Hanoi’s signature dishes made of grilled pork, fresh herbs, and cold rice noodles that you bundle and dip in the sauce.
Cu Chi Bar Makati PriceBBQ Skewers (P180/pork, P170/chicken, P180/seafood)

These marinated BBQ Skewers are the bomb! Cu Chi Bar’s homemade spicy sauce completes the flavour for these but you can have it on its own too.Cu Chi Makati Bar

Cu Chi Bar Makati is a laidback venue where you can chill and enjoy great food and drinks with your friends. The staff and owners are very approachable and accommodating, so you won’t have any problems with the service here.

Cu Chi Makati BarVietnamese Iced Coffee (P130)

This is Cu Chi Bar’s traditional Vietnamese Iced Coffee, if you like strong coffee with a kick of oriental spices then this one’s for you.
Cu Chi Bar Makati PriceCu Chi Bar Makati isn’t a bar if they don’t serve drinks right? Their refreshing cocktails are worth a try! With a capacity of 200 people, you can organize corporate events, birthdays, parties here. Catering is available upon request too!Cu Chi Bar DrinksCu Chi Bar DrinksLook at those colors! So vibrant and refreshingly good!
Cu Chi Bar Makati

With Harvard of Always Hungry PH, Gaile of Gaile Palma Makeup and Janine of Pink Beautiq.

Cu Chi Bar

5767 Ebro Street, Poblacion, Makati City

Open from 5 p.m. to 2 a.m. (Tuesday to Sunday)

Website: http://cuchibar.com

Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/cuchibar/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cuchibar/

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