The most interesting aspect about Fat Michael's (aside from its home made creatively concocted YUMMY food), is its interior design that evolves all the time. The articles of design are sold individually, which allows the owner to replace the items with one of his unique finds in the streets of Bangkal. Paintings, books, almost dilapidated lamps - it's probably there. Bangkal is a haven for thrift shops, especially for those who need to refurbish their homes. Read more about Bangkal's thrift shops here.
The last time I dined in Fat Michael's was the day I turned 17. I remember entering the establishment and feeling like it's a wonderful start to the grown up years. 7 years later, it incites the same feeling - partially because I am still a lot like a child, largely because Fat Michael's interior design has that kind of effect. Everywhere you turn, there is something engaging to look at.
Christmas lights all year long!
Notice the dividers, wooden cup boards at the back ground, the old school pitcher on the foreground.
And now for Fat Michael's homey food selection:
Fruit and walnut salad for Php 150
Kesong puti rolls for Php 120
Beef salpicao for Php 295
Rosemary herbed chicken for Php 145
115-A Rodriguez Ave. cor. Gen. Lacuña Street
Bangkal, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines
Tel: 632 843 1953