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Cyma Greek Taverna

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Cyma Greek Taverna

G/F Greenbelt 2, Ayala Center, Makati City, Metro Manila
(02) 729-4837

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I was really excited when I learned that we will have our team dinner at Cyma.

Cyma is really one of the most popular restaurants in Greenbelt. It’s a Greek Restaurant and seemed to be a place where people would prefer to go to for dinner.

My boss ordered the ff. for all of us (except for the lemonade w/c I ordered hehe):

  • Lemonade (Php 95)
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We can choose either regular or bottomless. I chose bottomless. Very fresh drink & it’s good.

  • Saganaki Flaming Cheese (Php 330)
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OPA!! The waiters usually shout it when they serve something flaming & this is one of them. We ordered this Traditional Greek Cheese w/c is Kefalograviera cheese. Served with bread, nice way to start the meal.

Another flaming cheese you can choose is mozzarella, parmesan & evoo for Php 200.

  • Pastisado – Greek Osso Bucco (Php 650)
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Beef shank braised in Greek Tomato Sauce served over spaghetti. In short, this is bulalo in tomato sauce served over spaghetti hehehehe.

  • Horiatiki Salata – Greek Village Summer Salad (Php 470)
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Feta cheese, tomatoes, cucumbers, olives, capers, red wine vinagrette served w/ grilled garlic bread.

  • Souvlakia Souvlaki – Greek Shish Chicken Kabobs (Php 320)
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Chicken skewered with fresh vegetables. This is my favorite among the ones we ordered. Yummy yummy!

  • Souvlakia Souvlaki – Greek Shish Lamb Kabobs (Php 430)
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Lamb skewered with fresh vegetables. I didn’t try it, I was really full already

  • Cyma Roasted Crabs (Php 750)
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Roasted mangrove crabs with garlic, black pepper & evoo served with garlic pasta.
Don’t have much meat in the crabs but still OK.

  • Giant Shrimp w/ Dill & Ouzo (Php 550)
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served w/ tomato cream sauce & rice-stuffed peppers.

We can actually choose to side it with Greek roasted potatoes rather then the stuffed peppers.

  • Cyma’s Gourmet Hummous (Php 350)
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we can choose either steak, chicken or vegetarian. We chose vegetarian.
This is a unique dish. I like it.

  • Moussaka (Php 250)
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Greek’s national dish. Well it looked & tasted like lasagna heehhee.
description from the menu: layered seasoned ground pork & beef, roasted Japanese eggplant & Greek beechamel sauce.

  • Paidakia (Php 595)
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Char-grilled lamb ribs with Greek roasted potatoes.
Just like the other dish, we can also choose rice-stuffed peppers as the side dish.

  • Lamb Gyro (Php 220)

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marinated lamb w/ tomatoes, red onions, tsatziki & wrapped in pita.

We really are so full when we finished eating.

Just a lil vocabulary: EVOO is extra virgin olive oil hehehe.

I’m not that impressed with the food as I’m not fond of pasta, what I was really impressed on awhile ago was the service. Best service ever. Since I left early, I pretty am sure those waiters got a good amount of tip from us.

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3 observations on “Cyma Greek Taverna
  1. jun^_^

    OPA is a Greek Word that may be used as an ‘Exclamation’, or ‘Utterance’, or ‘Declaration’, or ‘Affirmation’ or a lovingly gentle way of telling you to ‘Stop’ … depending on the situational context. It is a word or pronouncement of celebration; the celebration of life itself. It is another way of expressing joy and gratitude to God, Life, and others, for bringing us into the state of ultimate wisdom; that all that really matters is health, family, and friends. Example:A group is drinking and as a form of Cheers : Opa ! www . urbandictionary . comin short, d ko alam meron na palang greek resto s makati. tpos pde pa magbottomless, lalo na ung mdyo malalakas kumain. ;P (kidding)

     

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