Restaurants at the Ayala Triangle Gardens

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Restaurants at the Ayala Triangle Gardens

The Ayala Triangle Gardens was then just a garden behind the business-heavy Makati Stock Exchange within the Makati Central Business District. But in the recent months, Ayala Land developed it further and now morphed into a leisure park complemented with a line of restaurants and dining places to enjoy – chat with a friend, nourish oneself after a healthy jog, or simply binge to your heart’s content. 🙂

Ayala Triangle Gardens

Ayala Triangle Gardens

And indeed, I got the chance to somewhat ‘binge‘ a few weeks ago with friends. This was actually my second time at the Ayala Triangle Gardens. My first was a dinner of authentic Hainanese Chicken Rice at the famous Wee Nam Kee from Singapore. And after that night, I swore to be back and try the other restaurants.

And so it was. This time, I made sure I came earlier, which was in the afternoon.


Similar to a famous food blog, dessert comes first. We took it the other way around and first indulged in Banapple. Aside from the usual Banapple Pie, we also had their in-season cake – Banana Starry-berry Custard Cheesecake.



BonChon Original Chicken

Next stop was Bon Chon. We got a small order each of the Korean chicken wings in soy garlic (non-spicy) and of course, the ‘Hot & Spicy one. They took care of the latter while I feasted on the former.

BonChon Chicken

BonChon Chicken

A small order of 6pcs. cost P185 while a medium order (12pcs) is P365. They also have drumsticks, chicken combo and chicken chops. In any variant, you’ll love the different crunch of the interestingly-breaded chicken skin.

Pho 24

It’s Vietnamese food, and I am most delighted with the traditional Vietnamese Pho Noodle Soup served to us. Complete with condiments served on the side, it included beansprout (taw-ge) and lemon slices, among others. The soup was both filling and internally refreshing as common in most oriental soup.

PHO 24

PHO 24

If you want to make it more exciting to taste, you can also add some Sriracha Hot Chili sauce by the table side.

* Expect a dedicated blog post on what else we had on each of my Banapple, BonChon, and Pho24 experiences. 🙂

Almost all the restaurants offered an open al fresco dining experience facing the greens of Ayala Triangle Gardens.

MOMO Cafe & CBTL Soon!

MOMO Cafe & CBTL Soon!

Chef Laudico's BFast

Chef Laudico's BFast

Other restaurants include Amici, Cara Mia, Omakase, and Chef Laudico’s Bfast for an all-day breakfast menu. There were some shops which are stilll under construction though. But it won’t be long before we can try Momo Café, my darling Kanin Club, C.B.D., and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf (CBTL).

Golden Spoon

Golden Spoon

Next on my restaurant list when I come back at the Ayala Triangle Gardens is Golden Spoon for their frozen yogurt delights. I’ll be bringing a ‘golden fork‘ to complete the pair. 🙂

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12 Responses to “Restaurants at the Ayala Triangle Gardens”

  1. Madz says:

    Believe it or not I haven’t been to ATG! I wanna go there so bad and do a major pigging out. 🙂

  2. Madz says:

    Don’t know if my first comment pushed through. After I submitted there was an error.

    Can’t wait to go to ATG to do major pigging out 🙂

  3. iya says:

    i’ve only been to wee nam kee and banapple in ATG. i also plan to try the other restos. next stop is BFast (though i have not heard good reviews about it :() and bonchon.

    happy new year, jonel! *mwah*

  4. armie says:

    wow, new restaurants at ayala triangle gardens!

  5. LARIZA GARCIA says:

    Since I’m going there tonight for a music, i might as well try the resto, thanks

  6. jared's mum says:

    i promise to swing by these places the next time i go to makati, thanks for posting 😉

  7. lariza garcia says:

    been there, ang ganda talaga ng place, relaxing

  8. mom3love says:

    Not so familiar with Makati area. I was wondering if their is a designated parking area for ATG diners. If none, where is the best place to park?

    • nomnom says:

      Hi mom3love,

      The parking entrance for the ATC is along Paseo De Roxas.

      Coming from Edsa at Ayala, turn right to Paseo De Roxas and shortly from that corner is the gate to the basement entrance / parking in Ayala Tower 1 building.

  9. Mrs. Kolca says:

    I might visit this place on Tuesday. Sana! 🙂

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