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Malcolm's Place

I love going back to this place all because it makes me feel relaxed after a very busy work day. The place is very intimate as well as it can only accommodate around roughly 30 (to 40) people. Lights are often dimmed but can be adjusted as well just in case you want it really bright. Plus, it has free wifi for customers which makes it a great hangout place for working peeps.

The food...

Food price range from around 200 (for the rice dishes, pasta, soup) - 1000 (for the steaks) and they have wide variety as well from seafood to expensive Wagyu beef.

Here are our orders:

Fish and Chips - P295
Serving can definitely be shared by two. You're given an option to choose rice or chips as well.

Wagyu Beef Salpicao - P480

Shrimpy the Best! - P250
I must admit, I like the name. :)

A few of us ordered soup as well. I think it was Pumpkin soup (P110) and they liked it.

Malcolm's Place
+632 844 0000
108 HV de la Costa Street corner Tordesillas St.
(Salcedo Village Makati, City)

This is definitely the kind of place you'd like to take your family and close friends to. Good food, nice ambiance, great company. :)

I'm out.


ALiNe said…
parang namiss ko malcolms... kaso medyo naging inconsistent na sila in terms of quality nun food e.
princess_dyanie said…
haven't been there! ayos, free wifi :)
Calvin said…
parang ang mura nung wagyu salpicao nila. would you know if their wagyu steaks are from Japan or US?
Panaderos said…
I love fish and chips. But in my opinion, it is better served with fries instead of rice. Very nice pics! Thanks for sharing. :-)

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