A Hearty Lunch at Floating Island Restaurant!

We were at Makati Medical Center last March 3, 2012 for my son’s and husband’s check-ups. It was past lunch time when father and son were done with their medical appointments, so we decided to just head to Floating Island Restaurant to have our late lunch.


Gambas al Ajillo, Php280.00

The naturally sweet taste of the shrimps blended perfectly with the slightly spicy oil-based sauce. We all loved this!


Beef Salpicao, Php375.00

We also highly recommend their beef salpicao. The meat was tender and tasty.


Kilawing Puso ng Saging, Php200.00

Our server said this was one of their bestsellers, so we ordered this. This was actually the first time I tried a kilawin dish. It took me a while to get used to the sour taste of this kilawin, but it was okay. It needed more salt, though.

We always enjoy eating at Floating Island Restaurant because of their delicious food. We’ll definitely come back again to try their other delectable treats.

Floating Island Restaurant
1st Floor, New Annex Building
Makati Medical Center
Makati City
Telephone No.: (02) 892-4356


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19 Responses to A Hearty Lunch at Floating Island Restaurant!

  1. Oh yummy naman ng gambas and salpicao!!! nakakagutom :D

  2. maiylah says:

    everything looks YUMMY! i haven’t tried kilawing puso ng saging before, but it looks like something i’d love to try!

    appreciate much your sharing over at Food Friday, sis :)

  3. love the pusong saging Sis….looks so delish :-) Returning from FF

  4. Dhemz says:

    wow! what a great experience lalo na when you like their food…kakagutom!

  5. Luna Miranda says:

    i also love their Molo Soup.:p it was all that i ate when i was confined at Makati Med a few years ago. my mom makes a delicious puso ng saging salad.

  6. Joyfulmom says:

    I’m suki at MMC but I haven’t tried eating here, tago kasi, tinatamad akong pasukin. I’ll take your word for it. Hubby likes beef salpicao, next time we’ll have our lunch there.

  7. I’ve always loved Floating Island, great food!

  8. Erwin says:

    I love beef salpicao! mouthwatering!

  9. mymy says:

    i hope you won’t think am a glutton, but i just LOVE all those dishes! :)

    thanks for visiting, sis

  10. Iska says:

    I think you order just the right combination. Mukhang ang sasarap talaga!

  11. Tito Eric says:

    The gambas al ajillo looks incredibly tempting.

  12. Leah H. says:

    Yummy, yum, yum especially the puso ng saging.. Miss it so badly:(

    Visiting for FTF- hope you can stop y:)

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  14. mommynuts says:

    I thought about floating island as a restaurant in Manila Bay.. :P I love kilawing puso ng saging and all other kilawin recipe..

  15. Adin B says:

    Oh girl, these food are delicious looking. I am hungry! I miss puso nang saging so badly. Hmmm.. Maybe I can find some at the Asian store. I so want some! Visiting via FTF.

  16. wow sobrang mahal naman ng beef salpicao but it looks like yummy though thanks for dropping by sis!

  17. cheerful says:

    wow, everything looks yummy at mukhang madami ng choices, i gave birth at mmc almost 3 years ago (may 2009) and then parang not so much choices, so we are buying food from outside…my hubby loves the dome resto at the back of mmc! visiting late from last week’s FTF, hope you can visit me back. thanks and have a great week. :)

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