Agape French Cuisine food comes Due Coeur




Agapa is Greek for love in the highest form so what's that got to do with a French restaurant? It is all about the story behind the making of this quaint place. It really depends on which blogger you ask since owner Jane Urvero unveiled its sweet beginnings to all of us so I am going to try my best to explain it. It all began once a upon a time in a city called New York (not the one in Cubao) when Jane donated her kidney to her daughter who was suffering from a terrible illness. When they came back to Manila, they decided to open Agape as all the dishes are coming straight from the heart. Agape is a nice place to hang out too as it has cozy interiors and fast WiFi connection.



Green Salad with Pears (P150)

Just like any long meal, we start off with salad. Their Green Salad with Pears is a healthy person's delight or at least someone who is pretending to live a healthy life. Unfortunately, I am neither but I enjoyed it nonetheless.


Don McCune Panizza (P375)


Margherita Panizza (P290)


Three Cheese & Herbs Panizza (P320)

If there is anything better than a couple of Panizzas, it is THREE PANIZZAS. I loved all three panizzas served to us and my favorite is the Three Cheese & Herbs. The server tried to teach us how to properly eat a panizza but don't worry my good man! We already knew that. We were just too hungry to care.


Smoked Salmon BLT (P395)

Indeed, another dish that came straight Due Coeur or from the heart. With all the seafood dishes served to us tonight, it was a different type of seafood diet (when I see food I eat it).


Marie Gambasetti (P250)

This gambas pasta was so good that my only complaint is that it should have more shrimp. It had that flavor I was looking for in a pasta dish and that made me a happy camper.


Beer Battered Fish (P250)



Seared Salmon in Pineapple Salsa


In less than two weeks, it is Valentine's Day. For those who have a date (not me though =( ), this dish is available for a limited time only so choose to spend Heart's Day at Agape. The salmon was cooked just the way I liked it and it went perfectly with the potato wedges underneath.

Sardines in Oil (P200)



Dulce de Leche Tart, Choco Lava, Bon Bons


I thought it was Egg Tart but it was actually Dulce de Leche Tart as it became an instant favorite of mine. In fact, I ate two tarts by myself with the old trick of asking the other bloggers, "Gusto mo ba? Ay hinde, sige akin na lng".


Assorted Muffins


Agape Pastries & Tartines
Chimes Mall, Congressional Ave Extension


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Celestine Ocinar ayon kay ...

They really have some healthy dishes here.

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