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Food Trip Friday: North Park


I met up with friends Last Saturday, December 2 for our annual Christmas get-together. We had late lunch at North Park in Glorietta 5 in Ayala Center, Makati City. We ordered their Set Menu I (Php2,780.00), which consists of the following: Yang chow Fried Rice, Sweet & Sour Lapu-Lapu Fillet, Stir-fried Beef with Broccoli Leaves/Flowers, North Park Chow Mein, Shanghai Chicken and Gabi Butchi. We also had additional orders of Pinsec Frito and Fresh Prawn Dumpling.


Yang Chow Fried Rice

What I liked about their Yang Chow Fried Rice is it wasn’t oily and it did not overpower the taste of the other dishes we ordered.


Sweet & Sour Lapu-Lapu Fillet

I absolutely loved this!


Stir-fried Beef with Broccoli Leaves/Flowers

Did you notice the yellow color of the broccoli flowers? It simply means that they’re not fresh anymore.


North Park Chow Mein

This was okay, but I like Mongkok’s Chow Mein better.


Shanghai Chicken

I regret not having tasted the spicy, tangy sauce of this Shanghai Chicken.


Pinsec Frito

Because I didn’t hear any negative comments from the group, I’m assuming everyone liked this.


Fresh Prawn Dumpling (Steamed)

I love shrimp, but because I was busy chatting with the girls, I wasn’t able to try this. Sigh!


Gabi Butchi

This one’s a must-try! It had just the right amount of sweetness and stickiness, and it’s yummy! This sure tickled my taste buds.

North Park
Glorietta 5, Ayala Center
Makati City
Telephone No.: (02) 501-3186

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10 Responses

  1. can i have some of the sweet and sour fillet please 😀 is the pinsec frito similar to crab rangoon? they kinda look the same. now, i’m gonna have to get a Chinese fix 😀

    thanks for the FTF visit!

    hope to see you more around 🙂

  2. we’re planning to visit north park in glorietta this month and we already have our foods to order haha. That fish fillet lapu-lapu is included in our list too. how about their braised noodles? have you tried it already?

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