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Casa Armas

The story of Casa Armas is steeped in a rich Spanish tradition of food, life, experience and love.

In the heart of it all is the late Senor Jesus Armas, passionate chef, devoted owner and a friend to all who enter the Casa doors. In 1995, he opened the restaurant most dear to his heart, Casa Armas.

Success came quickly to Casa Armas, its familiar brick walls and antiquated interiors soon becoming a favourite among locals and foreigners. Critics raved about the food, Spaniards vouched for its authenticity, and customers loved the consistent quality.

Contact Info

Casa Armas
G/F Greenbelt 2
Esperanza Street, Ayala Center
Makati City
(02) 757-4961
(02) 757-4996

Redemption Hours:
Daily, 11AM to 9PM

They have never failed in serving me good quality paellas. It has always been cooked just right, not too wet nor dry and has that toasted crust which everyone in the table fights for. Not to mention the other scrumptious dishes they offer.

My go-to Paella place has always been Casa Armas. On the first bite, the chicken was rich and flavorful. The taste was clean and simple, yet different. The meat was moist, and the roasted potatoes and garlic cloves went very well with each and every bite I had.

Katherine
My Fresh Crumbs

After that dinner at Casa Armas, I felt a little bit foolish that I hadn't been there before.

Call me strange, but when it comes to Paella, I think the beauty of it lies in the rice, especially the "crust" (tutong). The Valencia had an impressive collection of Seafood and meats, as well as an assortment of vegetables. I loved how the rice was wonderfully moist, and with all the fresh ingredients mixed into it, every bite was like a different adventure.

Richie Z
The Pickiest Eater

Highlight of our night? Paella Negra + Pulpo Ala Gallega. Not a single taste changed ever since.

Unlike many fancy restaurants where you can’t decide which countless knife to use to stab yourself, Casa Armas has a more festive and casual touch with dishes requiring the use of bare hands and sharing food platters. I like how much open space and light there is in the restaurant which gives a very comfortable and free feeling. The large glass windows also let in a lot of natural sunlight, making lunch and dinner settings very different.

Janix Lo
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