Le Petit Souffle 

Last Sunday, we decided to go back to Le Petit Souffle to try the Kinoko Frites (mushroom made appetizer).While having an earlier food trip in the south (of Manila) on Saturday night. my friend Fiel texted me about how delish the Kinoko Frites is. In an earlier post, you know how addicted my husband is to mushroom fries. And because we just have to go to Century Mall to try some, we decided to drop by the following day to try it.

Le Petit Souffle is one of the instagrammable restaurants in Makati with Chef Miko Aspiras (of Scout’s Honor) as one of the owners. They have a unique type of cuisin which is French-Japanese. We had a few visits previously for their souffle’. This visit was different, it is because of their Kinoko Frites (Php 235) which we never tried before. For those who really know me, I am a hot choco lover. So yes, I also craved for their hot choco – Valrhona hot chocolate (Guanaja).  

While waiting for our orders, ofcourse I took some Insta story videos and pics of the place. Tip:  their souffle’ is prepared for 25 minutes so I have ample time to do this and savor the other orders first. Lol.

So, our Kinoko Frites finally arrived. Our verdict? Yes, we agree! It is yummy! Kinoko Frites is made of Enoki and Oyster mushrooms as mentioned my friend and also shared by the food server. It comes with Japanese mayo which made it more flavorful. It is that good that we ordered for another one. Haha. *covers mouth*

After sharing the appetizer with my husband, my Valrhona finally arrived. The hot chocolate is pricier than the average at Php 230 per cup. But, it is really good and chocolate is thick enough to give this full, more than satisfying taste. 

And the souffle’! It did not disappoint as usual. In fact, it will make you crave for the next visit haha. We ordered the best seller (and my personal favorite) Valrhona Guanaja (Php 350). Obviously, I like chocolates dark. 


Le Petit Souffle is located at Century Mall, Kalayaan Ave, Makati City. Go visit to try the Kinoko Frites, Souffle’s and other food with the cute interiors as the bonus.

16 Comments

  • Cykaniki

    January 24, 2017 at 4:33 pm Reply

    That hot chocolate is a game changer, though I admit it’s a bit pricey but the experience and the taste is priceless I think, I’m a chocolate lover especially choco drink, infact while typing this I’m eating chocolate, I hope I could grab some if ever I can visit the place, I haven’t tasted mushroom fries in my entire life and it looks delicious in your photo.

  • Jill

    January 25, 2017 at 12:08 am Reply

    The face on the tissue is so funny. And yes, you’re right it. It really is instagrammable. But I still have my doubts with the frites. It looks so weird with those green stuff sticking to it. But I’ll try that when I visit NCR next month. Thanks for the recommendations.w

  • Yan

    January 25, 2017 at 12:40 am Reply

    Oooh, place looks nice but mejo priecey! I hope they have a branch near QC so I can try too! My bf would love the mushroom fries, sounds unique!

  • Me-An Clemente

    January 25, 2017 at 4:35 am Reply

    I totally agree Le Petite Souffle is one of those great Instagram-worthy places. Celebrated my birthday here previously and ended up spending a lot. But it was worth it because their food was good. Would love to try their Kinoko frites. For souffle, I just prefer Chef Jessie’s.

  • kris

    January 25, 2017 at 12:56 pm Reply

    Ugh! I just love your photos! That’s the first thing that come in mind prior to the food. Haha! There are several restaurants that invest in interior design and aesthetics because most customers are not just after for the food. We want something that’s comfortable, and Instagram worthy corners because..millennials. Hehe!

  • Carmela Francel

    January 25, 2017 at 1:37 pm Reply

    The hot choco looks delicious! Too bad I don’t always get to roam around Makati, I’ve heard the place have a lot of instagrammable restaurants & cafes. The souffle looks inviting, too. Although they are a bit expensive, I think it does justice to the taste of the food.

  • erica

    January 25, 2017 at 2:39 pm Reply

    I agree with you ! 🙂 Le Petit Souffle is really among those instagrammable restaurants in Makati 🙂 I’ve been there once more than a year ago… I enjoyed dining with some other food bloggers… I like their Squid Ink rice 🙂 and the Foie Gras Mac and cheese most especially 🙂

  • Sam Coronado (@followyouroad)

    January 25, 2017 at 3:31 pm Reply

    I’ve been to Le Petit Souffle at Century Mall! It’s kinda pricey, but I have to say, great food! It’s also the place we met with bosses at the time, so it’s both Instagrammable, unique, but presentable. I’d love to try it again!

  • jared's mum

    January 26, 2017 at 5:56 am Reply

    Everything looks yum and the place looks really cozy for a lovely dinner or lunch with the fam. It is absolutely Instagrammable! That souffle looks divine and I am really interested in their mushroom fries. Hope we can try it out soon.

  • Kylie

    January 31, 2017 at 11:29 pm Reply

    I can see why you say it’s the most instagrammable restaurant, the decor is definitely unique!

    Japanese / French? I would love to try it one day.

  • Stella the Travelerette

    February 4, 2017 at 1:23 am Reply

    This restaurant looks amazing! It is definitely Instagrammable. And I also love hot chocolate. Those fries with the Japanese mayo sound wonderful too. Sign me up!

  • Sabine

    February 4, 2017 at 6:45 pm Reply

    Ah 25 minutes is ok when you’re with friends. Alone it’s a bit boring haha! The food looks good 😊 did you like the environment a lot?

  • Angelie Pangilinan

    February 21, 2017 at 8:38 pm Reply

    Uhm. Another type of fried mushroom! Haha! It seems like you have this incomparable love for mushrooms! Which one do you like better? The Oyster Mushroom Chicharon or the Kinoko Frites?

    • TheWonderfulKind

      February 22, 2017 at 2:22 am Reply

      Hahaha you noticed! My husband do! Lol. It actually depends on your mood. But just because of the dip, I liked the Kinoko Frites better. But, my husband would say otherwise hehe.

  • Louisa

    March 4, 2017 at 3:43 am Reply

    I like the atmosphere at Le Petit Souffle. I enjoyed the food. I have a salted caramel parfait and it was so yummy! Haven’t tried these fries yet.

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