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Champetre is located at Ground Floor, Net One Center Building, Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City. This is a French restaurant near the Bonifacio Global City.The average price range at Champetre is around ₱ 1,000 / Person,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Champetre is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the Bonifacio Global City area. There are different kinds of food in Champetre that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +6328158801.
Prompt, friendly service, odered the specials for both entre and mains, we loved every spoonful. Simply delicious, classic French, ticked all the right boxes. Very happy diners!
Dhea S Rana
This is a pricey French restaurant. But there is a saying that you get what you pay for, and what you get is good food from Champetre. I ordered the angel hair pasta with roasted shrimp and US Angus flank steak sandwich on separate occasions. And they were both perfectly cooked. The shrimps were not over cooked and the pasta al dente.While the sandwich had a crunch and the steak moist and juicy. The sandwich also had a hint of Wasabi and had a side dish of potato wedges.
A toast of champagne to ChampêtreTo good food, to a beautiful placeI love the charming ambiance it hasThis place has a lot of classThe food is French in strange wayBeautifully delicious as they sayThe service is attentive and kindPlaces like these are hard to find
We went to Champetre for lunch on a Saturday. I ordered the duck confit, while my mom ordered the sea bass with salad and fries. The food was very tasty and the sauces have an extra point there. French cuisine always has a highlight for their sauces, and Champetre makes honor to this characteristic. For dessert we had the dark chocolate nelusko, which was good, and the honey and almond ice cream that I enjoyed a lot for its freshness despite the fact of benig very sweet. The service was good too, we decided to seat outside they accomodated us very well. I just beleive that for the price you should still get a bit more. The dishes, though delicious, were a bit too simple and I guess that they can go that extra mile if they focus a bit more in adding value to the money you spend.
Chef Marc Aubry did the city a big favor by introducing his own style of French cuisine and sticking to it while culinary trends veered off in other directions (okay, okay, I meant Spanish). All I can say is, the French food remains solid and delicious - so much so that I wanted to eat here on my birthday. And so we ordered appetizers, followed by mains, with wild abandon: rich, garlicky escargots, whose sauce we sopped up with lots of bread; a thick, buttery slice of goose foie gras, which for me was already half the experience; and a delicious goat cheese and filo pastry salad. We then had veal kidneys in wine sauce - not for everyone, particularly if offal comes off as esoteric – and a very tasty duck leg confit with lentils. Wait, wait, we still had two kinds of dessert, including a berry souffle - my absolute favorite - for dessert. I will agree with one of the reviews of this restaurant and say that the ambience in Champetre has suffered since the name change. This is, after all, the revered Je Suis Gourmand, which had fancier interiors and perhaps some more intricately constructed dishes. There is also a pervasive smell of lavender that is distracting from the food. But I know I feel it more than others, because I am borderline allergic to it. Nonetheless, our dinner was filling, delicious, and unabashedly French. Now that the cuisine making a comeback locally, I'm sure Aubry knew he was right to stick to his guns.