FLAME is Discovery Primea’s Modern European restaurant located on the 16th floor of the hotel. The newest creation under the partnership of General Manager David Pardo de Ayala and Executive Chef Luis Chikiamco, FLAME takes its name from the team’s burning passion and desire to create new experiences through food.
“Modern European cuisine is about cooking techniques, ingredients and flavor associations, rather than hard and fast rules. It is a style of cooking that experiments with ideas and influences from many different countries, reflecting the global palate of today’s diners. Restaurant FLAME balances familiarity and originality, comfort with surprise, local with global,” says Ayala.
The Culinary Inspiration
FLAME’s menu combines modern European cuisine with Asian flavors and contemporary culinary techniques, to create dishes that tantalize with every taste and texture.
The Design Inspiration
Conceptualized by Design Worldwide Partnership, the interior reflects FLAME’s unanticipated and inspiring approach to cuisine. Stunning yet comfortable, an expansive marble-top open kitchen surrounds the entire restaurant, while a panoramic view of the Metro Manila skyline envelops the guests in a welcoming ambiance.
Mondays to Saturdays
11:30 AM – 2:30 PM
6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
Power Lunch at FLAME
FLAME offers new, mouth-watering dishes served exclusively for lunch. FLAME’s feel at noon can be both relaxed and remarkable – making it an impressive spot for any kind of lunch affair meeting.
Dinner Tasting Menu
The Dinner Tasting Menu is highlighted by brand new, exclusive dishes from Chef Luis Chikiamco.
This inviting, five course affair will elevate your dining experience at FLAME
Available during dinner service, from Monday to Saturday.
Private Dining at FLAME
FLAME’s Private Rooms are now available for reservations for social, or corporate bookings. Take your family gatherings, business dinners, and high-end social events to new heights. The fantastic food, and breathtaking views make the restaurant idyllic for as many as 20 people at the Urdaneta or Ayala Room.