Souv! by Cyma is Chef Robby Goco’s New Restaurant Serving Modern and Progressive Greek Food

Located at Net Park BGC, this bright and blue restaurant showcases its mastery in souvlaki (roasted chicken, pork, and lamb) and everything that complements their roast meats from mezzes, salads, down to a cup of refreshing Greek yogurt.

Located at Net Park BGC, this bright and blue restaurant showcases its mastery in souvlaki (roasted chicken, pork, and lamb) and everything that complements their roast meats–from mezzes, salads, down to a cup of refreshing Greek yogurt.

Now Open: Souv!, a modern Greek restaurant by Cyma's Chef Robby Goco, located at Net Park, BGC

Souv! is the newest food concept of Cyma's Chef Robby Goco, what he considers Cyma's hip little sister that serves up fresh, modern, and progressive Greek dishes. The chef explains that the food here is what is currently being enjoyed in Greece, his recent and frequent trips to the European country serving as delicious inspiration. Loyal patrons of Cyma can expect new flavors and fun twists at Souv!, as well as the top 12 dishes on Cyma's menu featured in the new restaurant. Souv!, like Cyma, still keeps to the Greek cooking philosophy of highlighting good fat, healthy grains, lots of fiber, and low sugar, in their food.

Souv! is short for souvlaki (skewered meats), and here, their menu revolves around spit‐fired meat, and everything that goes well with it, offering diners (including low-carb, paleo, and vegetarian foodies) a lot of variety, and fresh bright flavors to make this their new everyday Greek fix.

Raring to go Greek on your next food adventure? Here are some of the modern Greek dishes you can now enjoy at Souv!:


Also known as small plates of savory food, Greek mezze is similar to the Spanish tapas: an assortment of small bites best accompanied with some libation (which Souv! also has, from modern Greek cocktails to affordable Greek wine). With their slew of appetizers, dips, and spreads, you can already build yourself a filling feast without even moving on to their meaty mains.

Greek Nachos (P525):
housemade dip and pita of layered tzatziki, melitzanosalata, hummus, Greek pico de gallo, Kalamata olives, and feta
Clams and Spinach Fonduta (P530):
cheesy fondue of clams and spinach served with grilled bread
Strapatsada (P280):
Greek scrambled eggs, cherry tomato confit, feta, Greek oregano, grilled bread
Cheese Saganaki (P480):
Fried Kefalotiri with peppered fig jam and honey sesame, grilled bread
Grilled Sous Vide Octopus (P295):
Ladolemono, smokey paprika, Greek oregano, parsley salad
Sticky Chicken Wings (P495):
fried chicken wings, honey, oregano, lemon, pickled onions, harrisa yogurt


Leave it to Chef Robby Goco to serve up some of the vibrant looking and freshest salads in the metro — he is, after all, at the helm of farm-to-table restaurant Green Pastures, which features crisp and refreshing salad bowls. Salads at Souv! are flavorful and filling enough to be your main course, too.

Avocado Greek Summer Salad (P430/S, P580/L):
feta, tomato, cucumber, red onion, Kalamata olives, capers, bell peppers, sesame bread
Cranberry Grains Salad (P490/S, P690/L):
Puy lentils, bulgur, parsley, cilantro, red onion, capers, cranberries, cumin honey yogurt dressing
Salata Kinoa (P480/S, P680/L):
gluten-free salad of lollo verde, quinoa, arugula, pine nuts, sultanas, shaved kefalotiri, dijon herb dressing, grated walnuts

Best for Lunch:

Drop by by Souv! for lunch and you will get a quick yet freshly made and filling meal combo. You can order your main dish as a pita wrap, a salad bowl with kale and romaine, or a fiber-rich grain bowl served with one side dish of your choice. There's a vegetarian option for the lunch menu as well!

Lamb Bowl served with Clam Saffron Avgolemono Soup (P595):
a bowl of quinoa, brown rice, and spinach with harissa yogurt, pickled cucumber, pickled radish, pickled red onion, sprouts, and mizitra (Greek white cheese)
Pork Wrap served with Oregano & Feta Fries (P520):
minted tzatziki, cherry tomatoes, pickled red onions, pickled cucumber, sprout, feta; available as  wrap, salad, or grain bowl during lunch hours (10am to 5pm only)


As the restaurant's name suggests, roast meats here are a specialty, so try their selection beef, lamb, and pork off the grill, and for seafood lovers, fillet or whole fish is also offered in big plates to share. Or have the all-meat platter so you can try as much protein varieties in one go. Vegetarian options are available too, and all mains come with your choice of rice-stuffed pepper, juicy potatoes, EVOO fries, or briam (mixed vegetables in tomato sauce).

Grilled Whole Fish (P1,300/Grouper):
whole lapu-lapu served with clams and EVOO lemon emulsion
Angus Beef Short Rib (P1,050):
braised and grilled, with gremolata
All Meat Platter (P950/3, good for two):
roast chicken, pork, and lamb; served with garlic yogurt sauce, pita, juicy potatoes, pickles, and Greek coleslaw (lahanosalata); also available in Choice of 2 meats (P1,050) or all Chicken (P750), Pork (P970), and Lamb (P1,150)

Frozen Greek Yogurt:

Cleanse your palate with Frozen Greek Yogurt (P150) made fresh daily at Souv! Greek froyo here comes in assorted toppings, like Bukidnon Wild Flower Honey, Crumbled Baklava & Honey, Carrot Jam, EVOO and Sea Salt, Orange Saffron, and Feta Cheesecake.

Frozen Greek Yogurt (P150):
with Crumbled Baklava & Honey, Feta Cheesecake, Carrot Jam, and Bukidnon Wild Flower Honey

Have your #everdaygreek fix at Souv! located at Net Park on 5th Avenue, BGC, Taguig (beside Hey Handsome). The restaurant is open daily from 11am to 10pm. Call 0949-4819621, like Souv! on Facebook (/SOUVbyCyma), and follow on Instagram (@SouvByCyma). #souv #souvbycyma


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Souv! by Cyma
Greek | Mediterranean


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Beatriz Acosta

Beatriz Acosta

Bea is ClickTheCity's Features Editor and Head of Content Services, and gets into quite a number of food mischief due to her appropriately feisty appetite. Travel, food, and fitness go hand in hand for her -- this fitness fangirl enjoys working out to counter all the glorious food. Bea graduated DLSU with a double degree in Communication Arts and Advertising Management, and considers her Taft life to be her first formal education on street food. While doughnuts and ice cream are the known weaknesses of this self-confessed serial snacker, she also has a soft spot for puns.

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