Ravioli: A fresh idea

I’ve never been a fan of Robinson’s Galleria’s food court: it was dark and depressing. But not anymore. The mall is spruced up its food court with better lighting and tables and chairs that’s more pleasing to the eyes. Another great reason to vist Robinson’s new food court is Ravioli.

Making fresh ravioli
Making fresh ravioli

Ravioli serves nothing but pasta — fresh pasta at that! All the noodles and ravioli are made on site, and in view of Ravioli’s customers. There are four different kinds of sauces for spaghetti and fettuccine, and four different kinds of ravioli. Each ravioli dish has different fillings and savory sauces.

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Ham and Garlic Ravioli

The store’s best seller is the Chorizo & Tomato ravioli, but it was the Ham and Garlic ravioli that really caught my fancy. It’s a fresh new flavor for pasta lovers, with a taste that leaves you wanting for more. Ravioli prides itself for using the freshest ingredients for their dishes. Noodles and ravioli is made right there at the store, and is cooked immediately after. Each dish is freshly made — the beauty of using fresh pasta means that cooking time is reduced to just 2 minutes.

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Meatball Spaghetti

Another thing to like about Ravioli is that the serving size is decent. I’ve had ravioli in other restaurants and it would either be too hard (not cooked properly) or the serving is too small. Best of all, the prices of their pasta are budget friendly: a regular serving range from Php 78 to Php 130. They even have a merienda size portion for Spaghetti Bolognese and Bacon Carbonara, available between 3pm – 5pm for only Php 45.

Making fresh spaghetti
Making fresh spaghetti

Thank you so much for introducing me to Ravioli and the wonders of fresh pasta, Princess and Abbey!

Food court, Level 1 Main Mall
Robinson’s Galleria
EDSA corner Ortigas Avenue
Quezon City

8 thoughts on “Ravioli: A fresh idea”

  1. it was my second time to stumble upon posts about this foodcourt find in robinson’s galleria called ravioli.
    yours and the other blogger’s entries are really inviting to try this pasta nook. and we will whenever possible. thanks for sharing this post.

    btw, i linked your blog with mine for easy follow. salamat! 😀

  2. You are correct in stating that the lighting there was depressing. I am yet to visit again to confirm your new review of the site. I guess the reason why the place is too crowded is because it’s like the mall highway that connects EDSA with Ortigas. Ravioli? Thanks for the suggestion. I will check it out next weekend.

  3. Hi Nina. Thanks for visiting us at Ravioli. Hope to see you again soon.

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