Pardon My French Manila – Location and What’s On Their Menu



Here’s what to expect from Pardon My French Manila, one of the newest spots in the city.

PARDON MY FRENCH MANILA – The cozy new restaurant “Pardon My French” can be found in this location and here are their offerings.

Live music, creative cocktails, and unconventional global cuisines are among the things you will get to experience if you visit Pardon My French. Whether on a date or a get-together with family or friends, you will get to feast on French classics like escargot, baked aged camembert, duck confit, and the timeless steak.

They also have other international offerings like mussels in Thai chili sauce, lamb samosas, and nasi goreng. Apart from the music and food, you may also get to experience eclectic art in the place. The spot of this place was formerly of Strumm’s.

Its location is 110 Jupiter St., Bel-Air, Makati City.

Check out the restaurant’s schedule:

  • Tuesday to Thursday: 11 am – 3 pm; 5 pm – 12mn
  • Friday to Saturday: 11 am – 3 pm; 5 pm – 1am
  • Sunday: 11 am – 3 pm; 5 pm – 10pm

It is closed on Mondays and you may contact them through this number: 09178230091. Making a reservation is recommended.

PYC Foods Corp. president Jun Sy owns the place and was made due to his love for music and food. He has his own nine-piece band The Plug who performs in this place. They can play retro, ’80s music, new wave, latin jazz, and many others.

There’s a lot on their menu. For lunch starting at Php 850, you can choose one from Salad Parisienne, Tomato Bisque, or Pissaladiere Petite for the appetizer; Quiche and sausage, Chicken Basquaise, or Champignon Pasta for the entrees; and your choice of eclair or creme brulee for the dessert.

For a steak experience, they have grilled skirt steak, pepper steak, the chef’s signature steak, entrecote rib eye, and chateaubriand.

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