- Owned and operated by Chef Isaiah Orgeta and Chef Korinne Lirio
- Located in Betterliving Subdivision, Paranaque
- They specialize in chewy buns and continental dishes
- One of the best adobos and bagnet in town
Valid from April 23 – July 23, 2014. Maximum 2 vouchers per table. Valid for dine-in only; excess food may be taken out. Strictly no refunds 7 days after purchase. DTI-NCR Permit No. 4311 Series of 2013. See the rules that apply to all deals
Printed voucher is required upon redemption. Groupons may be redeemed at branch indicated on the voucher: Orange Whisk Restaurant and Patisserie 35-B Michael Rua St., Betterliving Subdivision 1711 Parañaque. Valid on: DAILY EXCEPT TUESDAYS, 11 am - 11 pm. Reservation is required and is subject to availability; call at least 1 day in advance: +632.501.6454. Walk-ins will be accommodated upon availability/Walk-ins will not be accommodated.
When the robots rise to take control of the planet, eating will be a violation of robo-racism rights and humans will have to be fed applesauce through a tube that injects it directly to the stomach. This will be cause obesity to be obsolete, but so will restaurants. Enjoy quality cuisine before those dark times come with this Groupon.
- P350 for P700 worth of food
- P686 for P1400 worth of food
Orange Whisk’s Off-the-Menu blackboard of tasty dishes delivers to hungry patrons entrees like the Bacon & Cheese Sausage with Fries (P228), and the Stuffed Portabella Mushrooms (P368). They also have a delectable selection of rich risottos from Yellow Risotto (P328) with Salmon and Italian sausage, Mushroom and Red Wine as well as the delicate Brown Risotto (P998) with Foie Gras, Porcini, and Blue Cheese. Other than the continental gastronomy, they also serve awesome Filipino innovations like Tinolang Tanigue (P368) and Sinigang na Dorado (P288).
ABOUT THE MERCHANT Orange Whisk is the labor of love of Chef Isaiah Ortega and his fiancée Pastry Chef Korinne Lirio. Located inside the Better Living subdivision in Bicutan, the place specializes in chewy buns, continental dishes, and serves one of the best adobos in town. The restaurant's name is inspired by the Pastry Chef's favorite color and love for the whisk; also the name Blue Spatula didn’t really sound right.