Atoda Madre offers whole Mexican experience and definitely a perfect place for tequila lovers as they have the most extensive tequila bar in the Philippines.
For me skulls are creepy but Atoda Madre made them to something festive and instagram worthy! These artworks symbolizes the “Day of the Dead” in Mexico where they honor the dead with festivals and even lively celebration.
Atoda Madre has enough tables and seats around the bar which is suited for a more intimate atmosphere. They have few seats outside if you want to enjoy the night with matching stars above your head.
According to their menu Atoda Madre has three kinds of tequila:
Tequila Blanco (silver) colorless, aged in steel tanks for two months, taste bold, sharp pure agave .
Tequila Anejo (aged/vintage), well aged whiskey, dark amber in color, aged it for one to three year in small oak barrels, taste rich and ultra smooth.
Tequila Reposado (rested), aged for two months up to one year in oak barrels, smooth, mellow and lightly sweet.
See that impressive collection of Tequila? Your eyes may feast on them while you’re chilling at the bar counter. They also have collectible tequila bottles for sale and the most expensive one is the Patron Burdeos amounting to P55,000.00. That’s a huge amount of money right?
Atoda Madre is not all about good tequilas, their dishes will not fail you when it comes to Mexican food. We had Elotes (P120.00) for appetizer, buttered corn grilled to perfection as it was not dry, mixed with chipotle mayo, feta cheese and spices. It is surely addicting!
Nachos Gigante (P450.00) was two thumbs up for me. Big chunks of jalapenos, black beans, chopped tomatoes , sour cream and cheese over fresh fried chips, I completely surrendered to this plate.
For the upcoming days Atoda Madre x Locally will cater these exciting fruity flavors namely Vitamin Sea (Calamansi), Island Fever (Guyabano), Sweet and Sour (Kamias) and Tamarita Guyabano (Tamarind) to their customers.
Among the four cocktails, Island Fever (Guyabano) stands out for me, the alcohol added to this drink did not overpower the taste of Guyabano.
Atoda Madre offers different fillings for Burrito and Tacos. They have Chili Verde (P400.00) braised pork in green tomatillo-jalapeno salsa, Pollo de Chipotle (P400.00) for slow-cooked chicken in chipotle sauce, Carnitas (P450.00) braised pork, then fried in spiced oil or if you want beef for your corn tortillas take the Barbacoa Taco beef (P450.00).
I usually hate squid because sometimes it’s tough to chew but this Calamari (P480.00) made an exception the sauce adds a special taste to the squid.
Plan to visit Atoda Madre soon? I included their address below! See yah!
Ground Floor, Sunette Tower, Durban Street Corner Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati City
5:00 PM – 2:00 AM