The next thing you’ll notice is its newly revamped design. In time for its 15th anniversary here in the country, they have upgraded to a more contemporary interior- suspended wooden panels for the ceiling, batik-inspired wall fixtures, an interactive menu at the front and a clear view of the kitchen area, right in the heart of the restaurant. With cozy, warm lighting and widely-spaced seats, guests can feel at home and as comfortable as possible.
A unique dining experience
The restaurant gets its name from the banana leaf that guests use to eat their meals. Originating from both Filipino and Malaysian traditions, this unique way of dining evokes a homey atmosphere that could be just one of the reasons why guests keep coming back for more.
Authentic Asian cuisine like no other
Banana Leaf has proven itself a strong brand in spite of the highly competitive restaurant industry today. After 15 years in the business, it continues to delight customers with its authentic Southeast Asian dishes. That means there’s no need to travel to Singapore for your hawker food fix!
A staff of expat chefs ensure that only the highest quality of Malaysian, Singaporean, Indonesian, Vietnamese, Thai and Indian dishes are served.
Roti Canai, dubbed “flying bread” by locals, is a street food staple. It comes with your choice of dipping – either curry sauce or condensed milk.
Southeast Asian flavors adapted to the Filipino palate
The restaurant also updated its menu to infuse flavors that are suited to the Filipino palate.
The gift of Southeast Asian food
Patrons can now bring the gift of Southeast Asian food at home with customizable catering packages for banquets, meetings, birthdays, functions.
Banana Leaf has branches in Powerplant Mall, Greenbelt 3, SM Aura, Century City Mall, Greenhills Promenade, Estancia, Trinoma, SM City North Edsa, UP Town Center, and The Terraces at Ayala Center Cebu.