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The Raintree Group of Restaurants in Makati

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Makati is always dubbed as the New York of the Philippines because this is where you'll find most of our country's tallest skyscrapers and where the most prominent international companies choose to put up their office. I used to work in Makati for a couple of years also back in the BPO industry. I would say this is the best place if your business' target market is the corporate world. 

During our 2-day Makati Food Tour, I discovered a restaurant group called  the Raintree  Restaurants that aims to redefine upscale dining especially concentrated in the areas Greenbelt, Glorietta and Ayala Triangle Garden. They currently manage 10 restaurants located in Makati and The Fort under the branding name of "Raintree Catering.  I was one of the group of bloggers who did a food review of the 6 out of 10 ones that they have: Museum Cafe, Kabila, Mr. Jones, Simple Lang, Terraz and Saboten.

I noticed that they are very much particular about the overall experience that on their official website they talk about their services "Our innovative and high-quality menu creates an experience that exudes distinction and excellence in your preferred date and time."

They have a fantastic wide array of signature food selections to satisfy every diner a taste of delectable local or international cuisine. Each of these restaurants are created in such a way that the concept, taste and their target palates are very much different from each other. 

Raintree Restaurants really knew how to compliment a certain lifestyle of the diner. I had so much fun and my stomach much, much fuller during the entire food review. I will create a separate blog post to each of these 6 restaurants focusing on the ambiance and the menu soon.  For now let me give you a brief background of them.

1. Museum Cafe
Museum Cafe is 1 of the 2 restaurants sharing the same space to this double-height glass windows in front of Ayala Museum . It offers a modern twist toAsian cuisines that are perfect for balikbayans and expats who would like to get the best representation of Filipino dishes.

2. Kabila
Kabila shares the space with Museum Cafe.  Their dishes are proudly Filipino. They want everyone who dines in their place to explore the Philippines through their palates with different dishes from all over the archipelago.

3. Mr. Jones
Mr. Jones is all about authentic American dishes.  By October this branch will close and relocate to The Fort with a new branding under Junior Jones.

Terraz is the place for corporate events and private dining. This restaurant is located at the Zuellig building that is under high - security maintenance. Don't go there if you are only wearing flip-flops and shorts. You may only use digicams and mobile phones to snap a photo or take your selfie. They don't want DSLR's to be used while inside the premises unless you seek permission from the management.

5. Simple Lang
Simple Lang is the simplified version of all I mentioned when it comes to price. This is the most fit for corporate employees who are on a budget but still able to splurge a bit of fine dining.

6. Saboten
Saboten, as the name sounds offers Japanese cuisine. This is the only one from the six restos that are franchised by Raintree Restaurants. 

There you go! I am already working on the first one. Keep on visiting!

Raintree Restaurants official website:
Office address:  6/F Salustiana Ty Tower
104 Paseo De Roxas, Makati City, 
Metro Manila, Philippines 1226 
Contact numbers: +632-752-5678 / 5679 / 5680

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