Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Little Asia at Venice Piazza

One of the restaurants already open at the Venice Piazza at McKinley Hill is Little Asia. Little Asia started their first branch in Tomas Morato, then opened in Promenade Greenhills. Now, they're at The Fort, catering more to people from down south.

Since it had opened in Tomas Morato, our family has been a fan of their dishes and their unique ambiance, distinct from one branch to another. Owner Charlemagne Lim says that they wanted to achieve a different "Asian scene" among their restaurants.


(L-R/Up-Down: Pineapple Fried Rice, Boneless Tilapia with Honey Mayo Sauce, Little Asia's Crispy Chicken, Vietnamese Crispy Squid with garlic and Beef Tenderloin Rolls with Cheese in Teriyaki Sauce) My personal favorite was the Beef Tenderloin Rolls with Cheese in Teriyaki Sauce. The cheese is imported, fried to perfection with the beef tenderloin strip. Definitely a must try. :)


Besides having good food, they have great interiors. I already mentioned that they wanted to achieve different looks with Asian inspiration in every branch. In the Fort branch, these noticeable decors greet customers as they dine in. They're both imported and cost really expensive (6-digits). I'll leave you guessing how much it actually costs. ;)

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