Tuesday, April 17, 2012


Atelier 317, Stephani Zubiri's epicurean destination espouses the art of good food. 
Writer Christy Monastrial Photographer John Daniel Garcia

While Manila's dining experience scene has a propensity for trendy restaurants, oftentimes churning out similar ones within moments of each other, it's still home to some of the most unique and well-thought out dining experiences you will ever have the good fortune to come across.

On top of that list? Atelier 317. Even as establishments clamor for an address at the best commercial spots in the metro, Atelier 317 chooses to keep its exact whereabouts hush-hush, only letting slip that it's located in a private home in the heart of Manila's business district to entice future patrons to learn more.

Executive Chef and Managing Director of Modern Epicurean Kitchen Stephanie
Zubiri smiles for the camera.
The weathered dining tables give a shabby chic vibe, while the dark blue wall anchors
the collection of framed vegetable prints.
Flames Kesong Puti (white cheese made from carabao milk) Caprese Salad
Agli e olio with your topping of choice (Dried salted fish flakes or truffle paste.)
Aside from the good food and warm Interiors, guests would also fancy the beautiful tiny details found around the place.
Colorful glasses reminiscent of the beautiful gradient and feel of the Tropics

Tel. no. +632 384 7064, +63 917 830 8393
(by appointment)

Read more about the feature on Atelier 317 in our Spring/Summer issue with Maxims Hotel, Manila on the cover.
Cover Photo Kerwin Kaiser Yu

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