Cyma: Sounds Greek to Me

One of my earlier holiday gatherings this year, I met up with good friends from my first job (in a bank, 9 years ago!) at Cyma, which serves Greek and other Mediterranean fare.

Over laughter and good conversation, we shared Cyma’s fail-proof hits, such as…

Roka Salata (Family Size, Php680). Fresh arugula, romaine lettuce, sun-dried tomatoes, candied walnuts and shaved parmesan cheese in traditional Greek vinaigrette. Arguably one of the most delicious salads I’ve tasted so far. The candied walnuts may have done the trick.

Spinach and Artichoke Fondue (Php265). Tomatoes, spinach and artichokes in rich cream and cheese, served with pita triangles and grilled garlic bread. Me and cheese have had a long and consistent love affair over the years. And vegetables are good for you. Even more so when camouflaged in cheese.

Baby Clams Angel Hair (Family Size, Php600). Pacific baby clams, white wine, lemon, parsley and grated parmesan cheese over fine angel hair pasta.

Chicken Souvlaki (Php340). Tender grilled chicken and vegetables served with pita bread and yoghurt dip. Lightly flavored but very filling.

Cyma is located at the first level, Greenbelt 2, Makati City and is open daily from 11:00 a.m. – 10:30 p.m. (weekdays) /11:45 p.m (weekends).

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