Greek food at Cyma

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

13 Responses

  1. Julius Sinlao says:

    Your journal entry about your Greek Food is making me drool as well. I’ve had Gyros in the past but your article makes me want to find Greek Restaurants in my area and try out other Greek Food variations myself.

  2. Carol says:

    Hi, Connie! I knew it was only a matter of time before you discovered and fell in love with Cyma hehe. My family’s been Cyma fans since I first tried it in Boracay years ago. Our Cyma staples: Roka Salata, Vongole, lamb shoulder chops and the soupy mussels dish so yummy you gotta clean up your plate with bread :-)

  3. Nikita says:

    Sabi ko sa iyo, masarap dito eh! Going there this weekend; request ng kids. ;-)

  4. becky says:

    me too! i love the frills-free go greek and cyma! cyma’s skolatina – molten chocolate served with vanilla ice cream and roasted chestnut sauce. just heaven. it’s hot and it’s cold and sweet and chocolate-y

  5. Connie says:

    Carol, I almost ordered pasta but I was worried that the serving would be too large for me. I will though next time. Love vongole.

    Nikita, will that be a belated birthday lunch for you? Happy birthday ulit. :)

    Becky, okay, that reaaaallllly sounds like a wonderful dessert. hehehe I’m a chestnut fan.

  6. bluemargarita says:

    we go back to Cyma for their salads! our favorite is the Chopped Salad (with extra bleu cheese) and Roka Salata. we also love the pastas – the Osso Bucco and the Angel Hair w Salmon.

  7. agnesdominique says:

    Ms. Connie, what took you so long to fall in love with cyma ;)

    As everyone else here who has commented attests, the ROKA SALATA is fabulous, and as far as desserts go, SKOLATINA is just divine, and is probably one of the best desserts i’ve tried.
    you may also want to try their appetizers, i forgot the greek name but it’s pita bread dipped in eggplant paste with olive oil.

    Be back soon and enjoy! ;)

  8. Connie says:

    “what took you so long to fall in love with cyma”

    My bias in favor of Asian food. :)

  9. ana says:

    Hi Connie, My husband is a Greek and when we went home last January, we discover the Go Greek in Eastwood. My husband was disappointed with the food as it was serve cold rather than hot. I think the thing is when you know the traditional Greek food taste then you would not appreciate it. But since my Husband was craving for Greek food, we enjoyed it as well. We will definitely try Cyma on our next trip to Manila. Been in Greece several times and I fell in love with souvlaki since the first bite.

    • Connie says:

      Oh that’s so bad. The Go Greek! branch at Glorietta served us hot food. My kebobs were even freshly grilled.

  10. Joena says:

    Hi Ms Connie!

    I had dinner before at cyma with 2 friends and the foods are really awesome. We had roka salata for salad (the one one with candied walnuts–it goes well with the salad), Lamb Chops and Baby Clams Angel Hair for pasta. the pasta is good for 4 i assume since we still have leftover that we’ve decided to take home. I highly recommend for you to try these three. :)

  11. Allen says:

    Thanks for this post. I was wondering what Souvlaki looked liked as I was trying to identify some pictures I took at Cyma. :)