Welcome to the Home of Traditional Spanish Cooking in the Philippines!
Alba Restaurante Español has been satisfying generations of discerning food lovers since 1952. It was founded by Señor Anastacio de Alba who is an origin of Avila, Spain. Alba continues to offer, not only its well-loved dishes, but a cherished tradition as well, the restaurant being an icon in the local dining scene. A celebration of life, a feast of flavors and a restaurant steeped in tradition for over 50 years – these are more than enough reasons to visit Alba and enjoy a memorable meal.
ALBA INTERNATIONAL, INCORPORATED
Miguel Angel L. de Alba
Main Branch and Head Office:
38 Polaris Street Bel-Air
Makati City, Metro Manila 1209
+63 (2) 8966950; 8966951
+63 (2) 8904399
Call Center Service:
+63 (2) 8434343 local 2202
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: Prism Plaza Branch
4th Level, Two Ecom Center, Harbor Drive
Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City
Telephone Number: +63 (2) 8088210; +63 (2) 8082326
Address: Tomas Morato corner Scout Lozano Quezon City
+63 (2) 9251912; 9287129; 4117052
Address: Westgate Center, Commerce Avenue
Filinvest Corporate City
Alabang, Muntinlupa City
+63 (2) 7712178 to 79
A visit to Alba is not complete without partaking of cold and hot tapas, bite-size appetizers that are big on flavor. There are about 55 choices available!
Sopas y Potajes
You don’t have to go to Asturia to taste this simple bean stew that has become one of Spain’s classic dishes. This hearty dish called Fabada Asturiana is one of Alba’s many specialties.
Ensaladas y Pastas
The restaurant also has light and vegetarian choices for the healthy eater.
Whether it’s the classic Paella Valenciana or the equally popular Paella Negra and Paella de Cordero, a paella with the original Alba’s touch is sure to satisfy anyone’s craving for authentic and soulful Spanish food. There are 18 different paella varieties at Alba’s, considered the widest array in town. Shown here is the Paella de Bacalao (codfish paella).
Solomillo a la Pobre or Steak a la Pobre is unknown outside of the Philippines; it is actually one of the many dishes invented by Señor Alba! If you’re a hearty eater, Alba has a lot of meat dishes available in the menu.
Pescado y Mariscos
Fish and seafood lovers can choose from a selection of dishes all made from the fresh bounty of the sea such as Alba’s Langostinos Thermidor or stuffed prawns.
Desserts are indeed heavenly at Alba. Take your pick from Canonigo (shown here), Flan al Caramelo, Tarta de Queso and other specialty cakes to name a few.
The convenient, ready-to-serve meals are packed in tin foil containers and are perfect for parties, potluck gatherings and as pasalubong for reunions and homecomings this Christmas. They also make ideal gifts for friends and loved ones.
Alba's buffet, comprised of a wide selection of authentic Spanish dishes, from appetizers to desserts and everything else in between, truly depicts what Spanish cooking is all about --- tasty, rich and satisfying.
Alba's homemade Spanish ham and sausages are freshly-made, premium quality meat products with that distinctive character that can only be the result of meticulous curing and smoking in the tue Spanish tradition.