It has been a long wait, but it has finally come to an end! Yes Please has reopened its doors to the public after almost a year-long hiatus! One of the metro’s favorite nightlife hangouts has been transformed into a quaint restaurant that aims to provide an all-new dining experience to its returning and new patrons.
While still retaining the hip and quirky vibe, complete with “clean graffiti,” neon lights, and infinity mirrors, Yes Please’s environment has now evolved into a more pleasantly cozy space for foodies and restaurant enthusiasts alike. Guests can enjoy the improved menu inspired by international dishes and flavors and cocktails created and themed after classic movies in pop culture.
The edgy and modern aesthetic and character of Yes Please has been retained while new elements have been added to alter the establishment into the next dining attraction in the city. Guests will find the familiar ambiance of Yes Please as soon as they enter, but they will surely notice its evolution as soon as they experience dining in.
Adapting to the demand for open-air areas for dining, Yes Please now offers its patrons the option to dine outdoors on the terrace that has been altered for the perfect al fresco dining experience.
Yes Please’s menu will showcase some of The Palace Manila’s Head Chef Mikko Reyes’ takes on international dishes that left a mark on him on his different trips like the Menchi Katsu Curry, Garlic Steak Rice, and Foie Katsu Sando. “The dishes I created with the help of my Sous Chef, Ron Cruz, are based on food that we both like to eat and have tried and tasted from other countries but just adding our own personal takes on them,” says Chef Mikko. The menu also features new additions like the Wagyu Smashburger, Crispy Duck Confit, Oil Poached Salmon, and many more that are sure to become crowd favorites as well!
Menchi Katsu Curry
Garlic Steak Rice
The cocktails and alcohol selection, best paired with their dinner dishes, will also still be available for ordering. In line with creating the perfect dining conditions for their guests, Yes Please has also implemented new health and safety measures to ensure everyone’s safety whilst inside the premises. New protocols are being followed, from food preparation up to area sanitation for a clean and safe environment for all. For more information on their health and safety measures, you can view their updated protocols here.
Yes Please is open from Wednesdays to Saturdays, from 5PM-12MN. Reservations are recommended for a fuss-free night. Walk-ins are welcome but are subject to table availability after reservations.
To make your dinner reservations, contact +63917 140 7777 / +63917 550 9999. Do note though that Yes Please is operating at a limited capacity in compliance with IATF and Taguig Safe City Guidelines.
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