Eric Dee reopens flagship store in Greenbelt 5

After undergoing renovations to enhance dining experience, Mesa Philippines welcomes everyone back to its newly improved flagship store in Greenbelt 5, Makati City.

“Greenbelt 5 has always been a prime location for dining and leisure. We are thrilled to be a part of this vibrant community once again. The venue’s modern and inviting ambiance, coupled with our elevated dining concept, makes Mesa Philippines the ideal destination for family gatherings and social events,” FooDee Global Concepts chief executive officer Eric Dee shared.

To celebrate the reopening, special promos and discounts await loyal customers.

With the reopening, Mesa introduces its newest fish entrée — Pampano Dayap Chili, Pampano Ginger Soya and Pampano with Latik. The pampano is simmered in dayap chili sauce served with a lime wheel, wansuy and siling labuyo while the other iteration is simmered in ginger soya served with fresh onion leeks on top. The latter is pan-fried and simmered in butter topped with latik, fried garlic and fresh onion leeks.

“Traditional Filipino food with a twist,” MESA ambassador Dingdong Dantes   shared with DAILY TRIBUNE. “Of course, we want something exciting. I’m excited to try the pampano and spareribs.”

Dantes added that his kids love to eat vegetables especially laing.

Mesa also has a new pork dish called Grilled Spareribs. The meaty goodness dish is marinated, grilled and basted with a special barbecue sauce, garnished with fresh onion leeks. Locanton is an egg noodle dish sauteed with Baguio beans, carrots, cabbage, chicken liver and crispy pork. This new noodle is topped with fried tofu, boiled egg, fried garlic and spring onions.

“Since 2009, Mesa Philippines has been a go-to destination for Filipino cuisine lovers. Our commitment to delivering the finest quality food, coupled with warm and impeccable service has earned us a reputation as one of the leading Filipino dining establishments in the country. Our new dishes perfectly embody our passion for our homegrown food,” Dee said.