La Vie Parisienne

I went out with my high school friends for a dinner night out to celebrate a friend’s journey to New York to take up his master’s degree. It was a very random plan which pushed through and we ended up having wine night at La Vie Parisienne which is very near our area.

I have seen this place every time I pass by Tomas Morato area but I have never tried it there. I thought it was just a deli shop or bakery, haha. I didn’t know they have a cellar with a wide range of wines available. I loved the place! It looks homey and intimate which is perfect for a place to chill and have small talk with friends. The place is small though, they only have 5 tables to accommodate diners so we had to wait a while to be seated but I can say it’s worth the wait.

They have a variety of cold cuts to choose from. We had Rosette and then a variety of cheeses. They have a lot of wines to choose from and we kind of had a hard time to pick what we wanted. The server was kind enough to help us choose based on the taste we were looking for – we ended up getting a bottle of Prosecco. It was nice too because they have wines for as low as Php400. All in all, we had a lovely night.

La Vie Parisienne

Address: G/F Hotel Rembrandt, Tomas Morato, Quezon City

Store Hours: 7am-2am Daily

Budget: Php 500


About Elaine

interior designer | occasional bookworm | closet otaku | music lover | frustrated craftsman | lazy artist | part time bum
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