This company or restaurant derived its name from the French word ‘bisous’ which means “kiss” or as what the Filipinos call it ‘beso-beso’  as they consider this to be one of their most endearing qualities and a way of showing gratitude, affection, happiness, excitement and love.

Aside from the inspiration, the story behind this company started with a dream of building a genuine patisserie serving a mixture of French pastries and European breads that can be served here in Philippines. Bizu is not just any other shop that people may think of it. They attend to every customers as a patisserie, a catering studio and as a bistro & café.

Bizu opens its branches here in Philippines at different locations such as Greenhills Shopping Center (Promenade), Robinsons’ Magnolia , Glorietta 4, Greenbelt 2 and Alabang Town Center. Included in their menu are all day breakfast, lunch, tea and dinner items, not to mention the pastries and Macaron de Paris, which this shop is known for.

*During my visit to Bizu Catering Studio (Makati) together with my mom, sister and cousins  for food tasting, we tried a number of dishes from every course. Some of them are  Pass Around Canapes (Truffle and Porcini Duxelle, Smoked Salmon and Caviar, Snapper with Rosemary and Bacon Skewer, Grilled Enoki Wrapped in Beef Tenderloin, Chorizo and Saffron Risotto Balls & Roast Beef, Stilton and Onion Relish Bruschetta) , Soup (Zucchini and Pistou Soup, Roasted Tomato and Pistou Soup, & Roasted Garlic, Potato and Leek Soup) ,  Pasta (Truffle Conchiglie, Wild Mushroom and Truffle Risotto & Spinach Lumaconi), etc.

Here are just some few photos of the dishes that we tried :

The way they presented their dishes are nice and I love it .


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