6:00 - 10:30 AM Mondays - Fridays
6:00 - 11:00 AM Saturday - Sundays and Holidays
12:00 NN - 2:30 PM Saturdays to Sundays
6:00 PM - 10:00 PM Sundays to Thursdays
6:00 PM - 10:30 PM Fridays - Saturdays and Holidays
5:00 PM - 12:00 AM Mondays to Sundays
- Disabled Access
- Free Wi-Fi
- Alfresco Dining
High above the city, Raffles Makati presents Mirèio, a Provencal-inspired brasserie dining experience unique to Manila. Pronounced "mee-reyo", the refreshingly new dining destination takes its cue from the rich traditions of the French countryside with cuisine that is sun-drenched and created around the seasons, born of traditional French culinary techniques, and exuberant Mediterranean influences.
Chef de Cuisine Nicolas Cegretin, himself a son of Provence, has created an exquisite menu selection that is all at once nostalgic and yet sophisticated. Provence is experienced throughout the cuisine in Mirèio through highlighting ingredients rather than technique. The restaurant's signature dishes, notably the Beef Tartare with Goat Cheese, and the Herb-crusted Sea Bass with Ratatouille-stuffed Cannelloni, focus on the ingredients' freshness, each element carefully sourced, prepared in an almost lovingly manner to bring forth all the nuances of natural flavor in every bite.
Mirèio is named after the Nobel prize-winning poem by Frederic Mistral that tells the tale of young love and devotion through a journey of the famed countryside. Monsieur Mistral's own love letter to Provence. This love for Provence is prevalent not only in the cuisine, but also in the restaurant's art and interiors.
Aside from an a la Carte menu that changes with the seasons, Mireio offers an American Breakfast with a Continental Buffet, a daily business lunch set menu called Menu Dejeuner, and a family brunch on Saturdays and Sundays called Weekends in Provence.
Excellent service, great food and ambiance. Five stars all the way!
Very disappointed in service. After waiting for a server to refill champagne I had to get up, take bottle out of wine bucket and pour. Later after ordering desserts with liquors all my guests had finished their desserts but were still waiting for the accompanying liquors. Mireio is not a cheap restaurant. I expect to pay more for top service. I did not receive it.
This is one of our favourite restaurants in Manila. It has a superb rooftop bar which is a scenic venue to start with cocktails before proceeding down for dinner. The food is excellent, the wine list extensive (without being overpriced) and the service is friendly and informative. To top it all off, BPI card holders receive a 20% discount on food and 15% on wine.
The food was great. We all had fun. Thank you so much for your great service.
We admired the atmosphere, ambience, and interiors of the place. Very tasteful, elegant and relaxed. However, the food was really not at par to expectations. Not value for money.
Nice restaurant, fun terrace, good bread but bad food
The table service was not commensurate with the quality of the food and especially cost of the evening. The wait staff was awful. We kept asking for our wine to be poured, a Mont Redo. Our bill arrived 1/2 hour after it was requested (several times). One in our party had to take an international business call in the room because the staff couldn't produce it. I could go on but there is no more space for comment. A regretful evening despite a solid menu and meal. Train your staff better.
The food is great
Food was nothing special that night. The salad serving was only for a few bites. They gave us a side of lettuce after telling them their salad serving was too small. Then the mains took more than 30 mins to arrive at our table. We ordered the salmon and the cod. Again it was nothing beyond the ordinary. The dessert was the saving grace. We ordered the red berry millefeuille. The place is great. Especially at night. You get to see the wonderfully lit skyline. Don't expect much for the food. Price is high. But taste is just okay.
We expected a lot for the price of Mireio. The steak we ordered was not cooked medium rare as was instructed and it was tough like a medium well steak. It didn’t have the flavor of a good ribeye. The oxtail dish was also lacking. Service was a bit slow as well but the manager was nice. The lighting is too dark too. I did like the cheese and bread and the drinks but that’s about it. Hope they can improve. Was really disappointed. No tomahawk and lamb too.
We ate during valentines dinner, reservation took 3 days after a few follow ups, food was average. First course foie gras was good, Second course hokkaido scallop was just ok, Third course (ordered 2kinds) sous vide fish was over cooked, Beef lacked seasoning. Fourth course cheese, was just 1 kind of cheese , whole small wheel would have been better if they made small portions of different kind of cheese)last was a heart shape macaron, it was hard. Also our coffee came first, then dessert came after almost 10min, coffee was finish by then
The place was too hot like there's no air con.
A/C was a bit warm
What an evening to remember. Excellent food and wine pairing for our Valentine’s day dinner. Compliments to the Chef.
Requested for Roxanne to be our server as she is one of the best, if not the best server I have ever had in any establishment.
Your staff was excellent in providing a list of vegetarian options from your various kitchens. That sort of service is hard to come by in the Philippines.
food, ambiance, service.......perfect! ❤️
Good service, lovely evening views.
The sips and sunsets happy hour is a bit high in price. I think it would be more appealing if it was under a P1000 and until 9pm instead of 8pm. Also the Aperol spritz had no flavor..couldn't taste the prosecco at all it tasted like aperol and soda.
Service staff are well-trained and genuine. Quality of food is top notch. Don’t forget to end your meal with chocolate mousse for dessert.
Keep up the excellent food and service!
I loved our time here. My friend was ecstatic to be celebrating her birthday here.
This is my third time to have a large party there - 1st a table of 10. 2nd of 25, 3rd of 18. & about 6 times a table for 3 or 4 or walk in.
Great ambience and good value if you take the happy hour options. Outside of those, it’s as expected for a hotel bar. Food was ok. It’s a good thing we reserved a table a couple hours before, as all the tables were taken by the time we arrived at 5:30 on a Friday.