Palmeras Bistro: Malabon City

Sometimes, having fun doesn’t necessarily have to be a trip to a far off place. You just have to look around you to find wonderful places to stay at and chill. One of those is Palmeras Bistro in Malabon City.

ImagePhoto courtesy of Palmeras Bistro

Like most restaurants, Palmeras offers an open air and indoor dining for its customers.

Open-air is for those who want to smoke, and those who want to catch up on their long kwentuhans.

Indoor is for those who want air conditioning, of course. The ambiance is perfect for watching movies, or sports because Palmeras has flat screen televisions that shows these in HD. You can request for a movie you want and they’ll put it on if they have it.

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“The look is modern bistro with a contemporary twist. It will entail the creative use of old world 1 x 8 inch bricks planned for the huge walls of the interiors, clean line Zen touches and woodwork in African Wenge. The décor is definitely old world with reproduced photographs of the Old Malabon in sepia, framed and tastefully arranged inside the bistro. Bringing the bistro to the 21st century are three LCD units carefully placed inside to provide entertainment and visual appeal. “Banquets” or sofas will line the interior walls for that cozy feel. The chairs will be bistro style and in African Wenge finish. A huge wooden service bar will be located in the center and will house the actual wine selection and cocktail area before dinner. The bistro will be air-conditioned and will provide cozy piped in music to entertain patrons. Potted palmera plants will likewise give the interiors a homey look.

Palmera’s will form the central theme of the bistro. Huge palmeras plants will adorn the front of the bistro and will be lighted for that visual impact needed to frame the bistro. The front wall will be in brick and old wood will frame floor to ceiling glass doors. The change is needed for that visual impact the bistro needs. Brown and orange fabric umbrellas with outdoor seating will complete the bistro look. The signage will be in brass cut out and will be lighted for branding. The logo has yet to be finished but will look similar in font to the Great Finds logo with a Palmera’s leaf replacing the picnic basket.” – Palmeras Bistro FB page

Their food price ranges from 150-500 Php. There are many good tasting meals to eat here. For this particular night, we ordered nachos, calamares, tokwa’t baboy and partnered these with rice.

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Nachos with three dips

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Calamares with dip

The restaurant looked more welcoming with their Christmas decorations. They have a Christmas store where Christmas candies, cookies, and chocolates are sold. This is the area that kids will surely love!

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Palmeras Bistro is located at Paseo de San Antonio Commercial Complex, Gov. Pascual Ave., Bgy Catmon, Malabon City.
Mon – Thu: 11:00 am – 12:00 am
Fri – Sat: 11:00 am – 2:00 am
Contact No: (02) 441 4332

You can contact Palmeras Bistro through their facebook page here.

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