(SPOT.ph) After 26 years at EDSA Shangri-La hotel, Paparazzi closed its doors for the final time today, October 18. We'll always miss their exquisite Italian courses and charming, understated elegance, but
The local iteration of Chef Gaston Riviera's parrilla (steakhouse) in Palermo, Buenos Aires has Argentinian-style steak as its main star. The massive menu can be overwhelming especially if you're a first-timer, so we recommend having the Ojo de Bife, a hefty 500-gram slab of USDA Prime Grade rib-eye that can satisfy two, especially with the unlimited servings of sides like chimichurri, shiitake mushrooms, baby potatoes, and cherry tomatoes in a herb dressing.
Carlo Calma Lorenzana, who co-owns La Cabrera along with Bobby Tenchavez, hesitates to nail down the final date of their scheduled opening, explaining that they're planning a major renovation for Paparazzi's space. One thing's for sure: we're already beside ourselves with excitement.
La Cabrera is set to open at Mezzanine Level, Tower Wing, EDSA Shangri-La, 1 Garden Way, Ortigas Center, Mandaluyong City.