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Restaurants in Prism Plaza: UP RICE Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City

UP Rice Prism Plaza Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

Thinking of going to The Prism Plaza at SM Mall of Asia Complex? Check out UP Rice! It is a new restaurant offering rice bowl meals, all-day breakfast meals and other delectable dishes that will satisfy your cravings.

UP Rice Prism Plaza Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

UP Rice is also one of the best places in SM Mall of Asia Complex to hangout, unwind, have buckets of beer paired with their wide variety of comfort food dishes in al fresco dining set-up.

Few weeks ago, we were invite by UP Rice to visit them and try their meals.

Here are the dishes we got to try:


UP Rice Prism Plaza Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

House Corned Beed Salpicao - made from tender and juicy beef, this dish is bursting with flavors.

UP Rice Prism Plaza Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

House Bacon - one of their specialties. It includes home-cured bacon, honey glaze, and egg. It's my favorite among all the dishes they served us.

UP Rice Prism Plaza Mall of Asia Complex Pasay City

Crazo - Brazo de Mercedes formed like a cupcake. I love its delicious tangy taste. This is definitely a must-try!

Overall, it was a delightful and very filling dinner at UP Rice! Check them out!


SEE ALSO: 5 Awesome Reasons Why You Should Visit The Prism Plaza

UP RICE

Location: Prism Plaza, Two E-Com Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City, Philippines
Operating Hours:
Mon-Wed: 11:00-14:00 / 17:00-23:30
Thurs-Fri: 11:00-14:00 / 17:00-01:30
Sat: 11:00-14:00 / 17:00-23:30
Contact Number: (02) 9869372
Facebook: www.facebook.com/UPRICEmnl





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