Foo’d (pronounced foo-doh) has been making waves since late last year. With a Michelin star to his name, Italian Chef Davide Oldani decided to expand outside Italy and chose Manila and Singapore as the new outposts for what he calls Pop Cuisine.
The menu at Foo’d is easy to navigate. There are two tasting menus, one for 3 courses at P 800.00 and one for four courses at P 1200.00. These are extremely friendly prices as in most places aspiring to fine dining, your entree alone will cost you the price of the four course menu. There are, however, upgrade options for each of the courses which follow the usual Italian progression of Antipasto, Primo, Secondo, and Dolce if you opt for fur courses.