By Patricia Simone Dauz

Mati's Meat and Bread
Mati’s Meat and Bread Steak

If you like steak but you’re in a tight budget, no need to fret as Mati’s Meat and Bread offers the best value for steaks at affordable prices.

Opened in October, 2014, Mati’s Meat and Bread is located at the new extension of Festival Mall, which has a stunning view of River Park. The restaurant’s walls are made of clear glass giving diners a view of lush green landscaping.

The big and juicy steak sizzles on the grill

Catering towards yuppies, millennials and families, Mati’s Meat and Bread is a perfect place to kick back and relax with a nice meal of premium dishes and steaks at reasonable prices.

 

Steaks are the specialty of the house. They have different kinds of steaks that vary from burgers to Salpicao. There is a Certified Angus Rib-eye steak that can be “cooked table side” so you can control the doneness of it or the USDA Steak which is the best seller.

Aside from the steak, another favorite is the Balut Aligue. The balut or developing duck embryo is de-shelled and served in buttery aligue sauce on a hot pan.

 

Proprietor Paul Macasaet
Proprietor Paul Macasaet
The son, Mati...
The son, Mati…

Owned by Paul and Caron Macasaet, Mati’s Meat and Bread  was named after their son Mateo. The restaurant is a subsidiary of Melo’s Steakhouse, who pioneered Certified Angus Beef in the Philippines. They are  set to open a branch in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, before the end of 2015.

 

For inquiry, check them on Facebook www.facebook.com/matismeatandbread. [Photos by Trixie Dauz]

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