I first know this resto at the Terminal 3 of Ninoy Aquino International Airport. Now, with the syndication of world-class Chef Sau Del Rosario, Le Bistro Vert fortified their offerings via the fusion of chemical-free, local agricultural products with a twist of rich European style culinary culture. Environmentally-sound restaurants mushroomed in the metropolis, but seldom can you see one taking noble strive to help farmers by advocating their production for sustainability. That is the core value of this restaurant. Every diner becomes an ambassador of agricultural progress.
From being a coffee-based establishment(one that I am used to), they now metamorphosed into a restaurant incorporating organic ingredients into foreign dishes.
Located at the second level of Fraser Place Tower, Le Bistro Vert is a nice cozy hang-out for a warm talk without the feel of an overly commercialized cafe experience.
I was caught up in Valero without having a lunch yet last Saturday, so I thought of trying out at the Le Bistro Vert. The place is teeming with a distinctively indigenous theme with their virtually green-colored interior. The wall decor depicts aquatic motif, matching the overall design.
I had an Inch-Thick Grilled Porkchop(Php295 + 10% SC) for my meal as I was so hungry. It's a combination of mango topic salsa, garlic mashed potato, and a cup of brown rice. The meat was a bit hard though that I have to cut them with full force.
To conclude my gustatory session, and given a bit hard meat lunch, I had to grab a Le Bistro Vert Ceasar(Php210 + 10% SC) that contains salted egg, tinapa, and queso de bola. On top of the leafy greens were palatable twigs. The salad taste good, and is enough to aid in my digestion.
Le Bistro Vert is a unique concept of casual dining that is Earth-friendly, and is befitting for those trying to be fit.