Spatzle Euro Market Café at Shangri-La Plaza Mall

I haven’t been blogging much since school opened last June for lack of time. Being without a helper for 6 months makes it really hard for me to juggle my daily tasks which include my online work, household chores, helping my grade-schooler with school work, and blogging. After 5 days, finally, I have a new food article. Yay! We tried Spatzle Euro Market Café at Shangri-La Plaza Mall last June 15. It’s a small rustic restaurant located at Shangri-La East Wing that offers European dishes. I’ve read from other blog posts that complimentary chips were served on the customers’ table while orders are being prepared, but we had none of those. I wonder why. Anyway, our lunch at Spatzle consisted of chicken and pork dishes.

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TGIF Chicken (Solo), Php320.00

This TGIF Chicken was not on their menu, but our server suggested we try it. She said unlike the Spatz Fried Chicken, this TGIF Chicken was marinated first before it was fried. So that’s the reason why it was so flavorful. It was also soft and juicy inside. It came with two dips (paprika gravy and oh, I forgot the other one, sorry!) and country fries. We all enjoyed this!

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Weekend Roast Pork Belly, Php685.00

This Weekend Roast Pork Belly is one of Spatzle’s house specialties. It’s half a kilo of slow-roasted pork belly with citrus and rosemary rub drizzled with peachy-pork jus and served with vegetable salad and garlic rice. As expected, the meat was tender, but it had a sweet flavor that overpowered the meat. Hubby and I liked the TGIF Chicken better than this.

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Spatz All-Natural Caffeine-Free Iced Tea, Php98.00

We also tried Spatz All-Natural Caffeine-Free Iced Tea. It was bland, but I finished my glass. Our son, however, took only one sip. He said he didn’t like it and just opted for a glass of cold water instead.

We’ll definitely order the TGIF Chicken again but will choose a different pork dish and drinks on our next visit to Spatzle.

Spatzle Euro Market Café
Level 5, East Wing
Shangri-La Plaza Mall
Mandaluyong City

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11 Responses to Spatzle Euro Market Café at Shangri-La Plaza Mall

  1. I like roast beef better than pork. The chicken sounds delicious!

  2. jo-anne says:

    Thanks for sharing, I’ve been thinking of checking them out, too. I’ll order that roast pork belly! It looks so delish

  3. Philip Tan-Gatue, MD says:

    Curious, how did the marination change the flavor of the chicken? What was it marinated in? Looks yummy!

  4. The pork belly looks sumptuous! That will definitely leave any meat lover’s mouth drooling!

  5. papaleng says:

    The roast beef belly is a thing for my tummy. seems deli.

  6. Eileen says:

    The pork belly is to die for. I would want to go there and try it out. And then try to re-create it at home. Haha.

  7. I would love to try that chicken dish. Oh really, so many food choices today, so little time (or budget)

  8. Oh my! that food looks very delicious 🙂 I am glad that I just had my lunch or else I am drooling like crazy 🙂

  9. Shengkay says:

    the pork belly really looks yummy!
    agree with mommy tere, so many food choices but so little money 😛

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