September 19, 2015

Best Vegetarian Places to Go to in Manila

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    It may not look like it, but the city offers a wide-range of vegetarian options for those who prefer their meals without the meat. Gone are the days when vegetarian food is often construed as boring, bland and tasteless. The vegetarian grub of today is now infused with flavor, creative and truly mouth-watering. Below are just some of the best and preferred options when it comes to vegetarian cuisine:

    1. Corner Tree Café

    corner tree cafe

    One of the well-loved and most-lauded vegetarian resto in the city, Corner Tree Café surprises its patron with sumptuous meals coupled in a homey ambience.

    Corner Tree Café serves vegetarian comfort food, loved and appreciated by vegetarians and meat-lovers alike. This cozy restaurant – tucked in a tiny corner of Jupiter Street in Makati offers dishes that will appeal even to the pickiest eater. Try the popular Baked Tofu Walnut Burger, one of their best-sellers and pair it with a glass of wine or your choice of beer. Corner Tree Café is recognized as one of Asia’s Best Restaurants by the Miele Guide of Asia and considered one of the best—if not—the best vegetarian restaurant in the city by critics and fans alike. For more info:

    2. Bodhi

    bodhi vegetarian restaurant

    Fresh Chopsuey from Bodhi Vegetarian Restaurant (Photo grabbed from Bodhi Facebook page)

    Perhaps offering the most wallet-friendly vegetarian cuisine, Bodhi offers hearty, vegetarian fare at very affordable prices. The go-to place for vegetarians on the look-out for affordable meals minus the heavy price tag, Bodhi (sometimes known as Evergreen) is often found in SM food courts nationwide. They also have a free-standing restaurant located in Banawe, Quezon City. For more information:

    3. Chimara Neovegan


    Vegetarian food goes to the movies, courtesy of Chimara located at Greenbelt 3 (Photo grabbed from Chimara Facebook page)

    Chimara Neovegan serves a refreshing take on movie dining experience by offering vegetarian snacks and meals to patrons of the Greenbelt 3 cinemas in Ayala Center, Makati. With meals ranging from standard movie fares like popcorn and tofu chips, to vegetarian tacos, smoothies and even pita wraps. Chimara has a small dining space in front of its store in Greenbelt 3 and also accepts catering. For more information, visit

    Article by Melanie Suzon

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