- Restaurant specialises in Western and Filipino comfort food and cocktails.
- Feast on a selection of Western and Filipino comfort food like Adobo Overload, pork bagoong pasta, baby back ribs, chicken and waffles, roast beef pares, and bacon onion marmalade bruschetta.
- Price range from P25 to P475.
- Located on the 2nd floor of the RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Tower in Bonifacio Global City.
Valid from May 7, 2015 – August 7, 2015. Valid for food only. Max. of 2 vouchers for groups of 3, max. of 3 vouchers for groups of 5, and max. of 6 vouchers for groups of 10. May purchase multiple Groupons. Valid for dine-in only. Excess food may be taken out. Not valid in conjunction with in-house promotions and other discounts. DTI-FTEB SPD Permit No. 4904 Series of 2014. See the rules that apply to all deals.
Printed voucher is required upon redemption. Groupons may be redeemed at 2/F RCBC Savings Corporate Tower 25th & 26th Street, BGC. Valid on: Monday – Sunday11am – 7.30pm. Reservation is required and is subject to availability; call 1 day in advance: +632.865.5008 / +632.425.9621 / +632.9063569660 / +632.9192018927. Walk-ins will be accommodated upon availability.
Comfort food transports the stomach back to a time when dishes were home-cooked, meal-times were regular, and calories were completely insignificant. Revisit better times with today’s Groupon to Paprika: P300 for P500 worth of Western and Filipino comfort food.
ABOUT THE MERCHANT
The 2nd floor of the RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Tower may be an odd place to seek solace from bustling Bonifacio Global City, but patrons of Paprika can attest to the comfort food dished out by the restaurant and cocktail bar. Paprika takes pride in unapologetically decadent comfort food like their Adobo Overload – a hearty hunk of deep-fried pork adobo heaped upon adobo rice and drizzled with adobo sauce and adobo mayo – and their roast beef pares – slices of roast beef on a bed of garlic rice sprinkled with a generous dash of chili garlic oil. Paprika also serves cocktails ranging from familiar Cosmopolitans and Cuba Libres to their signature Bacon and Eggs, made with bacon-infused rye whiskey, fresh lemon juice, sugar syrup and egg white, served with a lighted cigar and a strip of bacon.
But if there was one particular dish I’d recommend, it would be their Adobo Overload with its twice-cooked pork that’s juicy, crisp and fatty. It rings true to its name with a heaping of adobo rice, topped off with tangy adobo mayo, and adobo sauce on the side. Just goes to show that you can never have too much of a good thing. – September 30, 2014
Bagoong Pasta (P220). This deceptive little dish was my favorite of the whole meal. Spaghetti tossed with sweet and salty bagoong, and tomatoes topped with a piece of fried pork belly. The pork belly might be the first thing that draws you in but it’s the tasty pasta noodles, well coated in the genius bagoong sauce that will have you go more-more. – December 18, 2014