The Common Good united everyone with a shared love of food. They featured the best international cuisines with 9 different concepts under one roof.
For those who are adventurous: The Common Good offers unique experiences every time. With the intention of exposing guests to the best of various international cuisine, The Common Good is a food playground where guests are invited to indulge and interact with delectable eats.
We were invited to The Common Good to experience commonly found local and seasonal ingredients elevated in a display of true culinary mastery. The result is a delicious, yet accessibly priced menu with the freshest components.
The variety of dining concepts and dishes on rotation also ensures that no two visits are the same, yet each time, the quality of cuisine remains consistently high.
Parilla is the barbecue and and grill section that pays homage to the local term for grills, serving freshly grilled meats and seafood.
Al Dente offers rustic Italian classics with a Pan-Asian twist.
Paul & Ranuka is where the health conscious do not lose out on the social aspects of communal dining. This healthy instagrammable dining concept seeks to offer dishes catering to dieting lifestyles such as keto, paleo, and vegan individuals.
Empress Jade is rated one of the top few new restaurants in Makati in 2017. Focusing on modern authentic Chinese cuisine, with several famous Singaporean and Malaysian dishes.
Perfect Four, or in Chinese 完美 便当 (Economical Rice), allows guests to build their own rice bowl and pick the perfect combination of starches, protein, fiber, and healthy fat for a balanced and satisfying meal.
Tiffin offers authentic Indian cuisine crafted with love by their Sri Lankan Executive Chef.
One Bowl Wonder offers classic Japanese Donburi and Hong Kong roast meat.
Sucre, the French word for sugar, serves thick Shibuya honey brioche toasts complemented with homemade ice cream.
Fountain serves seasonal healthy drinks.
The Common Good Price Rates
Breakfast (Buffet): PHP 724+/pax
Lunch (A la carte): Nothing costs over PHP 400 pesos so dishes are very affordable.
Dinner (Buffet): PHP 1,367+/pax
For every main course, add PHP 100 for a drink from the Fountain or PHP 200 for a drink from the Fountain and Shibuya Toast from Sucre.
Location: 4th Floor, I’M Hotel, Makati Corner Kalayaan Avenue, Poblacion, Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating Hours: 6 AM to 10 AM and 12 PM to 10 PM Daily
Contact Number: (+63 2) 755-7888