At Mirèio, a new French restaurant helmed by Provençal-born Chef Nicolas Cegretin, French Mediterranean cuisine is elegantly prepared, making this new spot a must-try for date night.
Pronounced “mee-reyo”, the French restaurant is named after a celebrated poem by Nobel Prize winning poet Frederic Mistral written in 1859. Mireo is a story about forbidden love between Mireo, a daughter of a rich farmer, and Vincent, a basket weaver. The poem is Mistral’s tender tribute to his beloved Provence, and the restaurant is another avenue where Raffles carries on their tradition of honoring great writers.
With a Provençal-inspired poet taking the lead in the ambiance, Mireio's Chef de Cuisine Nicolas Cegretin masters its culinary offerings, the elegant brasserie-style restaurant serving specialty dishes born of traditional French-cooking techniques and Mediterranean influences.
Mireio currently offers an a la carte menu for dinner, while breakfast has American buffet and lunch offers a more streamlined menu. Here are some of the dishes that await the dinner crowd craving for a refined French dining experience:
Mirèio is now open on the 9th floor of Raffles Makati, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Avenue. Open daily for American Breakfast, Weekend Lunch (12pm-2:30pm Saturdays to Sundays), and daily for Dinner ( Dinner ( 6pm-10pm Sundays to Thursdays, 6pm-10:30pm Fridays – Saturdays and Holidays). Mireio Terrace (bar) is open Mondays to Sundays from 5pm-12mn. Contact +63 2 795 0707, visit mireioatraffles.com and follow Raffles Makati on Facebook (/RafflesMakati) and Instagram (@RafflesMakatiHotel).