Bizu Patisserie & Bistro: A First Impressions Review

Early this month, I had the privilege of dining at Bizu Patisserie & Bistro. I have only tried their focaccia bread and some of their French macarons before, but none of their main meals. It took me quite some time to go through the menu that afternoon because I was distracted by all the beautiful pastries displayed at the cake display counter. I was also very amused with the interiors and all the colors and pieces of furniture were eye candies for me!

After some time, The Boyfriend and I have finalized everything and ordered three things off the menu. We were really stuffed after the meal! We didn’t find their food to be mind blowing, but it was still okay (albeit expensive). I might try some of their cakes next time since I don’t recall having them before. Anyway, here’s a look at what we had:


complimentary bread

We were served a basket of warm focaccia bread; this was complimentary. I ended up eating most of this while we were waiting for the food.

shrimp bisque

The Boyfriend ordered a bowl of Shrimp Bisque (Php105.00). This was just okay for us; we found it the shrimp flavor to be too overpowering. 🙁

cordon bleu

He also ordered a serving of Carbonara with Chicken Cordon Bleu (Php445.00). We didn’t expect the serving to be so big! He did have a bit of difficulty finishing the dish off. The pasta tasted delicious, but after a while, you start to get tired of the taste. The cordon bleu was a bit dry, so eating them along with the pasta sauce is recommended. It made them more enjoyable to eat.

sole burger

I decided to get the Sole Burger (Php325.00) with a serving of fries. The fish burger was good and very filling. The fries were a disappointment, though, since they were already served cold, making it a bit tough to chew on.

iced tea

The Boyfriend washed all the food down with Iced Tea, served in a carafe (Php95.00).

**Bizu Patisserie & Bistro can be found at the Ground Floor of Greenbelt 2 in Makati City.

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