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NEW RESTO ALERT: Cafe Naci

Although not a necessarily new restaurant, Cafe Naci found its new home in Greenhills after moving from BGC.



Kani Mango Crunch.  This is a new twist to the famous kani salad and I think they quite pulled it off. 


Adobo Cannelloni. Meat is very tender and I love its cheesy-ness.


Smoked Salmon & Potato Pancakes.


Bacon Liempo w/ Garlic Rice.


Peruvian Chicken Rice.This is my favorite as I love paellas, risottos, fried rice .. well, anything that is rice. ;) A great and satisfying meal. Serves 4-5 depending on one's appetite.


Crispy Fried Chicken. Buttermilk goodness that's very comforting especially on a rainy day.


Chef Ed's Pork Shanks.The meat is so tender and flavorful.


Beef Caldereta Lasagna.


Braised Beef Ossobuco.


Mango Panna Cotta. I think it needs more sugar (I have a sweet tooth!). :D


Mini Pistachio Sansrival. This is definitely one of the best sansrival that I've tasted. Good for sharing, and best paired with a cup of coffee.




Cafe Naci
2F Fox Square Bldg.,
Connecticut Street
Greenhills, San Juan
(32) 726.7266

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