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Piazza Serendra slowly coming to life…
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1. Chelsea, Chelsea by the Market Market!
2. Abe means good filipino food!
3. Duo of Serendra: Chef Mao and Larry Cortez
4. Breakfast at Portico’s
5. Mezzaluna-First Night High!
6. Cupcakes+Sonja: Opening Nights and Creating the Cupcake Craze in the Philippines?
7. Balducci Birthday Bash
8. Aloha Polu Kai!
9. Thai at Silk @ Piazza Serendra
10. Oh My Guava!
I visited Serendra last Friday night and still only a few people know that Guava (Aug. 11) and Gaudi (Aug. 15) are opened already. The white balls are in place and my son, Aidan had fun playing hide and seek between them. There are still a lot of construction happening in the place and my estimate that it would be fully operational in September. The ground floor of Piazza is all restaurants so Imagine my delight in seeing all the new names exclusive only in Serendra. The second floor are mostly services for the Serendra community. Parking is still free and the place is not too crowded yet.
Let me give you an early preview of Piazza at Serendra.
This is the center of the entire compound. The architecture is nice and upscale. I’m curious on who designed the entire place and what is the inspiration behind it.
Check out my post: Oh my Guava!
This is Gaudi’s second branch after Greenbelt. I’ll try it out one of these days.
Gaudi, Serendra: +632 854 0474 (for reservations)
Portico seems to be opening soon, maybe in a weeks time.
Rumor has it that the Chef Miguels will be here and I can’t confirm that yet. There is a Mezza Luna also near Legaspi Park and I’m not sure if this is the same. (would you know?)
The much awaited, Sonja’s Cupcakes!!
Xocolat Dessert Place — woohoo!
The second floor hallways are very attractive in this photo.
Even the rest rooms are designed very well.
Piazza, Serendra is directly across Market Market and basement parking is available for free (so far).
13 thoughts on “Piazza Serendra slowly coming to life…”
it’s the same mezza luna.
xocolat is also opening at the piazza serendra, both in september.
i cant wait for sonja’s store to open!
hey anton! i accidentally found your blog as i search for dining places for my family this coming weekend. just dropping by and sure will drop by more often :). your dining escapades are really awesome! i like the photos too. And I cant wait til serendra brings more night life to the fort area. keep writing.
Out of curiosity, how long will it last ’til the restrooms get trashed?
Hi Anton, great blogs…one of those that I read everyday, for tips and tricks! thanks for all the info!!!
One question, do you have any idea when exactly will Ms. Sonja will open her cupcakes to the public? thanks again and more power!!
Hi Anton! GREAT blog! Good thing I found it! I’ll be a frequent visitor! 🙂 Sonja’s cupcakes eh? Hmm.. I wonder what the fuss is all about.. 🙂 Will link you up! 🙂
I’ve been looking forward to the cupcakes too, about time! We need our own Magnolia Bakery in these parts.
And if the Miguel brothers are opening other outlets, that’s always a good thing.
Thanks for keeping us updated. Your son looks like a toy in the first picture sitting by the fountain. 🙂
hi, i was just surfing when i found your blog. i was actually looking for advice regarding malapascua. but your blog was so well written that i ended up reading it through the whole night 🙂 i noticed that you did not continue your blog regarding malapascua. my friend and i will be going there for the first time. i will consider it a great honor if you could give me a few pointers/tips how to get there/where to stay/what to do. thank you in advance 🙂
It is amazing to see what is happening in Fort Bonifacio. Only a year and a half ago this was just an empty lot with grass…
You really have an awesome blog.. Congratulations and please please don’t stop blogging..
Im wondering kung kelan ka mag fe-feature ng thai restaurants(hopefully soon). Im really a fan of thai cuisine..
Serendra was designed by the son of Leandro Locsin, Andy. He also did the Ayala Museum and the new PETA Theater.
It was inspired by the traditional Bahay na Bato. Stone on the lower level and overhanging latticework and wide windows on the top.
I have always wanted to live in Serendra if I HAD to live in Makati. Too bad it’s too friggin’ expensive for mere mortals like me.
that boy is soooo cute!
can’t wait for Piazza Serendra to open with new restos!
keep up the good work on updating us with the developments there at serendra.
Was wondering who we can contact if say we were interested in renting a space in serendra. Are they open to children’s boutiques also. Would really appreciate a reply. Thanks a lot.