There’s more than just Starbucks at Greenfield District. The new development of Greenfield opened opportunities for more restaurants and cafes to re-locate their restaurants in the area. As I continue my food crawl, I now present to you the last but not the least stop – Le Miel Cafe.
A tie-up of Seoul Korea and Paris France together, the concept merged by Korean Chef Gayeon, one of the owners of Le Miel’s. According to John, Chef Gayeon’s husband and also one of the owners, his wife is a passionate pastry chef who studied baking in Paris. Because of Chef Gayeon’s background from two lovely cities, she opened Le Miel to showcase her flair pastry creations.
Le Miel, a french term for “honey” sweetens its Parisian cafe without using artificial flavors. Only natural and fresh ingredients are welcomed in the cafe.

The Food:

Gateau Fudge Chocolat (Php 150)
Rate: 5/5

A slice of sinfulness, Gateau Fudge Chocolat shouldn’t be forgotten at Le Miel, whether you’re on a diet or not. 100% pure Belgian chocolate, 100% flourless. With those two facts, you can conclude how extremely thick, moist and fudgy a chocolate slice is. This cake deserves its golden crown, winning hearts for its pleasurable taste.

Blueberry Cheesecake (Php 150)
Rate: 4/5
Even though Le Miel’s flourless chocolate had me already, I still had to give Blueberry Cheesecake a shot. I don’t regret every second of filling my palate with its full and creamy cheese texture. I’ve tasted better crusts. Other than that, there’s nothing else to complain with this cheesecake.
Red Velvet Cake (Php 140)
Rate: 4/5
I’m over with red cakes yet I still embraced the flavors of Le Miel’s Red Velvet Cake.
Caramel Macchiato (Php 135)
Rate: 4/5
Crossed to hot cups and let Caramel Macchiato fill my caffeine starvation. I followed John’s (owner) advice of trying out their Caramel Macchiato. The ‘used-to-be-barista’ owner really knows how to endorse and impress his customers. It wasn’t complicated to appreciate a cup of Caramel Macchiato. In fact, I loved it!

The Ambiance:

Dining in a Parisian-themed cafe may look intimidating at first. With its tea cups display, I would think the menu will scare an ordinary budget-freak person.
Accommodating big groups isn’t ideal for Le Miel. Limited space for couples to groups of 4. The cafe might turn exclusive if you bring your barkada. Oh wait… Did I just give out an idea? :p
Quick orders of freshly baked breads are displayed to entice customers for a snack. As a customer, I just want to take a seat and smell the scent of freshness all around.
Have you tried Le Miel Cafe at Greenfield District?
Share with me your thoughts! 🙂
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Location: The Hub, Greenfield District, Mandaluyong City, Metro Manila, Philippines
Operating Hours: 11:00AM-1:00AM
Contact: (+63 927) 543-8863
Budget: PHP150++

Food 9/10
Ambiance 8/10
Service 9/10
Cost 8/10
Overall 8.5/10