Be in the moment. Nothing is wrong with that, but being timeless, that’s another whole new classic level that anyone would probably want to be in. No matter what is in, you are always in, and that is exactly what NIC’S is all about as it is where #fashionmeetsfood.
Other than that, #tastemattersatNICS may it be taste in fashion, taste in music, taste in films, taste in whatever it is that you have in mind – it all matters at NIC’s.
Plus, with their first branch in UP Town Center and second branch here at Park Terraces, Makati, you would be thinking they are probably new, but sorry to burst your bubble, as they are actually a known commissary in regards to providing pastries to different famous cafes and restaurants since 2001, and NIC’s finally has their own grand dining space that could cater to anything and everything you want.
Now, enough chit-chat, although that is definitely a great pair to their food, let us first start digging into some of their delicious bestsellers and must-tries, shall we? Start with their Tuscan Tomato Soup (Php 145). This one is made with Italian tomatoes simmered in garlic, onion, basil, thickened with their very own ciabatta and grated parmigiana reggiano, and served with pesto bread slices.
With that yummy tease of an appetizer, you are in for more treat as their Protein Supreme Pizza (Php 375) is an absolute delight. It is a thin crust pizza topped with bacon, jamon Serrano, and chorizo which gives this delightful dish a bit of a spice in every bite.
Follow that one with their tasteful pastas such as the Meat Lasagna (Php 325) for added protein as well. This is a traditional dish of layered pasta, mozzarella cheese, and Bolognese cheese that would make any cheese lover fall in love.
Another pasta you could go for is their Carbonara (Php 245) which is a serving of lovely spaghetti tossed with bacon, ham, and cream sauce – such a delectable dish to gobble down with pals.
For more pasta goodness such as their Sapaghetti Ale Vongole (Php 245) which is undeniably a crowd favorite, this one is served with clams and light sauce of olive and garlic. This one has that pinch of spice as well that surely will be a treat to your palate.
Meanwhile, the Salmon in Tomato Cream (Php 275) is such a wonderful pasta dish as well that is certainly worth the shot. This one is a lovely mix of tomato and cream sauce, topped with smoked salmon.
If that one has got you craving for more delightful salmon, then good news, because NIC’s has Salmon Crunch (Php 425) which is a plate of baked salmon fillet with a hint of spice, and served with a side salad and parmesan mashed potato or plain rice.
Speaking of rice, of course we are not to leave NIC’s without having some of it. Their Tinapa Brown Fried Rice (Php 245) is brown fried rice with smoked milkfish, salted red egg, and cilantro.
With tons of European and Filipino comfort food that are homemade and fresh, even some being of family recipes, while others inspired from travels and based from tedious research and development, NIC’s also offer big platters of their delicious dishes which are great for get-togethers.
And you know what other tasty deal NIC’s has that is great for catch up sessions which your guests can take home? Their goodies! NIC’s has some fun and sumptuous treats to munch on and dips that go perfectly with each! You can try out their Sampler of Dips and Breads which may include NIC’s patented Parmesan Wheat Chips, Bruschetti Aglio Olio, Cinnamon Sticks, 7 Herb Cheese Dip, Tomato Basil Milkfish, and Parmesan Pimiento.
Truly, NIC’s has so much more up in their sleeve so better watch out. Their chic black and white interiors are no doubt of timelessness that any generation would appreciate over any dish. Other than that, the ambiance of NIC’s is all warmth and comfort which makes anyone dining with them feel at ease and at home.
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Featured Branch: Park Terraces, Makati City
Address: Unit 6 Ground Level Park Terraces, Palm Dr, Makati, Metro Manila
Contact Number: (02) 744 6427
Hours of Operation: Mondays to Thursdays, 10AM to 10PM, Fridays and Saturdays 10AM to 12AM, Sundays, 10AM to 9PM