Hole in the Wall


Late last year we kept on hearing about a new restaurant located at Makati and kept on hearing Hole in the Wall and first thing that popped up in our head, “sooo,what’s the name of the resto?” haha! But even before we heard of the place, we already discovered Scouts Honor and being such a sucker for cookies we had to go and try it out for ourselves.

Hole in the Wall is at the 4th floor of Century Mall, along Makati Ave., corner Kalayaan Ave. and yes, as we got there, we were searching for Scouts Honor and guess what? We were greeted by the sign “Hole in the Wall”!


The place has a homey and cozy vibe to it and it isn’t actually a food court nor a restaurant but more like a huge dining room with different dining table sets, each having it’s unique style to it.

To enjoy the food experience here, it be best to be in a group because the servings are enough for at least 2 people, unless you have a very big appetite. Plus, there are a lot of delicious meals to try and one visit isn’t enough to enjoy it all.



Sweet Chilli BBQ (Php 320)

Not really a fan of Vietnamese dishes but we could make an exception with their  Sweet Chilli BBQ dish. It’s a bowl with grilled pork strips, spring rolls, veggies and vermicelli noodles with a dash of peanut sauce. At a glance, it doesn’t look appetizing but as soon as all those ingredients are mixed together, it’s absolutely delicious. It has a sweet and nutty flavor with a meaty and fresh bite to it.

Mister Delicious


Classic Corned Beef Rueben (Php 420)

On our second visit, I had my cousins come along to try it out as well and to also try out the other food spots. My cousins opted to try out Mister Delicious that offers mostly stacks of sandwich slices with all sorts of delicious goodness added to it.




Bad Bird is a big hit with the foodie crowd, which meant delicious food awaits. Too bad, on our first visit the line already reached the other side of the world haha. The saddest part of it, was that we were willing to fall in line but it just had to be us who could no longer be accommodated huhu, tears fell right where I stood, feeling so envious of the person that was the last in line… hahaha just kidding!

On our second attempt, we went straight to Bad Bird and we were second to the last, what a sigh of relief haha. So, was it worth a tear? It sure was! A truly bad bird but a little pricy for fried chicken. The chicken was moist and juicy with a crispy and flavoful coating. You can choose from waffles, corn or dirty rice to partner with the chicken. We tried it out with waffles and had an additional plate of corn on a cob.






Last but certainly not the least, DESSERT! What we really came to try out. What caught our attention was the “make your own cookie mix”  and yes they offer a variety of flavored milk as well.



We got to try different variants of the cookie. You can have it soft and chewy or a little crunch to it as well. You also get to choose from a variety of toppings and up to two types of cookie dough. Some of what we tried were too sweet but then that’s why cookies are always great with a glass of cold milk.


If you want to make your own cookie, order their Craft Cookie set. You get to choose from a selection of cookie doughs and so far we’ve tried their basic chewy cookie, peanut butter cookie and even their molasses oatmeal cookie. Then next you get to choose three toppings and some of what we’ve tried were marshmallows, reeses peanut butter cups, white chocolate and peanut brittle (who would have thought that could be partnered with a cookie!).


We would recommend to partner it with plain milk but then that’s just how we prefer it but just to give it a try, we ordered their Salted Caramel flavored milk. It taste alright but it didn’t really go well with our cookie creation. Some of the toppings that we picked didn’t match the cookie dough hahaha I guess we suck at cookie combinations but then we did hit a few winners as well, basic chewy dough was our fave. To be safe, they also offer ready made cookies of different flavors.


Overall, we enjoyed what Hole in the Wall offers, a little pricey but some worth coming back for. There are a lot more food spots but our stomach couldn’t handle anymore mouth-watering dishes.


33 comments on “Hole in the Wall

  1. Mazino Oyolo kigho
    March 3, 2015

    I was wondering what is a hole in the wall. Why did a resturant adopt such a name?

    • timjuls
      March 3, 2015

      usually when we hear that phrase, its usually an unusual restaurant hidden somewhere around town. 🙂 They made their own version more high end and composed of different food finds 😀

  2. Raymond Vasquez
    March 3, 2015

    Looks like a cool place to dine. 🙂 I’d love to taste those food. 🙂

  3. Sim @ Manchester Mummy
    March 3, 2015

    What an awesome name for a restaurant – looks pretty cool too! The food looks absolutely amazing, I am putting on weight just looking at the images! Nom nom nom! Sim x

  4. Franc Ramon
    March 4, 2015

    This is near our office. Their food looks really tasty. One of these days, I’m gonna sneak a meal here.

  5. hannah gee
    March 4, 2015

    I would have gone safe with the chicken….those dessert certainly look interesting. What a beautiful setting for a restaurant though, wow.

  6. papaleng
    March 4, 2015

    Wow! the place is just so inviting. The interior is so cool. Never mind the dishes, they all look so appetizing.

  7. Eliz Frank
    March 4, 2015

    I love their decor and the idea of having you create your own cookie treats. Your photos, as usual, are fabulous.

  8. Vanessa Ally
    March 4, 2015

    Hole in the wall seems like a very artistic place to chill out in a friendly company, I love the bad Bird and the craft Cookies, everything seems so neatly arranged and I love the creative atmosphere!

  9. Ron Leyba
    March 4, 2015

    The pretty unique name really lives up to what this place can offer. Love their foods, the ambiance and the overall interior appearance. Your images/article made them look even greater to the public’s eye.

  10. Kalliopi Sakellariou
    March 4, 2015

    I love your pictures and your writing!!!

  11. Fernanda
    March 4, 2015

    This place looks amazing! I love how the dishes are so well presented and your pictures are amazing!

  12. Fred
    March 4, 2015

    That hardly looks like the holes in the wall restaurants I know. Too bad you did not mention the prices. But I already feel these are expensive. I am sure the kids will enjoy the cookie thing, but how much is that?

  13. Kalliopi Sakellariou
    March 4, 2015


  14. martha preston
    March 5, 2015

    The food looks amazing I wish I lived near there I would eat there in a heartbeat.

  15. Yvonne Bertoldo
    March 5, 2015

    Does that Scout’s honor bottle contain milk or pressed juice? The food seems a bit pricey.

    • timjuls
      March 5, 2015

      Milk. It comes in different flavors. Yup it is quite expensive

  16. Clarisse
    March 7, 2015

    I LOVE Hole in the Wall! I always go there to get my dose of Scout’s Honor cookies. After reading this post, I think I’m going back there sooner than I planned 🙂

  17. Fatemah Sajwani
    March 8, 2015

    wow the entrence of this place looks so cool. the cookies lopk yummy, I was just wondering how i would’ve made my cookie =p

    • timjuls
      March 8, 2015

      probably just like how we did ours mix of everything and went for seconds just to give the others a try haha 😀

  18. May De Jesus-Palacpac
    March 9, 2015

    I’ve heard of this place and that cookie, too. It looks marvelous! We live nearby, perhaps we’ll soon fin d time to drop by. 🙂

  19. If there is one thing that I love to eat the definitely, it will the Phobobo. Napakahealthy!!!

    • timjuls
      March 9, 2015

      Healthy and really yummy! 😀

  20. Patty | MrsC
    March 9, 2015

    There’s always so many people at Hole in the Wall on weekends, which is a good sign, of course, but it has kept us from going and and trying the food out. Must plan a trip on a weekday. I am super convinced by your photos. Lol.

    • timjuls
      March 9, 2015

      Yup, better try it on a weekday. The place is super packed during the weekends, even at 10pm the place is still crowded, especially Bad Bird! haha

  21. theresa
    March 9, 2015

    I remember the name from an Xbox game. I wasn’t expecting it’s a resto’s name.

  22. Aisha Kristine Chong
    March 9, 2015

    Their meals are so tempting to me – Super drooling, I must say!

  23. Irish
    March 10, 2015

    I admit it’s a bit pricey but the foods are all worth the price. I’ve been here before and the sandwiches are my favorites.

  24. len
    March 10, 2015

    OMG the foods looks yummy!!! and the place looks cozy and relaxing, i like your big photos;)

  25. I’ve been reading about Hole in the Wall this past month and my mouth waters when I see food photos from the restaurants there. I hope I can drop by real soon.

  26. Sam
    March 12, 2015

    I love the eclectic look and feel of Hole in the Wall! It looks like a hipster place but with very dazzling interiors. 🙂

  27. Marie
    March 17, 2015

    When I ever visit Metro Manila again, will definitely drop by here!

  28. lee rosales
    April 15, 2015

    I wanna try those cornedbeef sandwich. Its a bit expensive i think.

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