Wolfgang's Steakhouse by Wolfgang Zwiener is known to serve some of the best steaks in the world. The restaurant recently opened their third branch in the Philippines (and 20th in the world) in One Bonifacio High Street in Taguig City and is a perfect spot for a lunch out with friends and co-workers or a well-deserved dinner after a long day.
The next time you crave for Singaporean dishes, head on to Nanyang and experience their brunch to dinner meals. They are located at the Lower Ground Floor of SM Aura, Taguig, City. Other branches of Nanyang are in SM City Pampanga and Greenbelt 5 in Makati City. They are open every day from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
The restaurant scene in the Philipines is very particular in catering to both the foreign and local community, but while most restaurants claim authenticity on its name, one cannot deny the fact that some have adjusted their dishes to the Filipino palate but not Nha Em Vietnamese Cuisine in SM Aura, Taguig City. A little bit of sophistication through assembling the foods is the art into eating authentic Vietnamese foods and at Nha Em, when you say authentic, you gotta keep the standards authentic so everything here is made from scratch and everything is fresh.
Serving Thai cuisine born from Northeast Thailand, with its fusion of the Laos and Vietnam gastronomy, Buddha’s Surf Resort and Restaurant stands out for their rich and rustic cooking care of Chef Suksa-Ard Wichaisri, better known as Chef Art. Visit them along the Tourism Road in General Luna and sample their Thai cuisine comprised of the Pad Thai, Tom Yum Gai, Khao Pad, and the Gaeng Ped! Plus, don’t forget to look for the “Buddha Thai Cuisine” sign that will welcome you before you enter this rustic abode.
La Carinderia in General Luna, Siargao: The Island’s Go-to Restaurant for Filipino-Italian Comfort Food
Born out of Italian Head Chef and Owner Stefano Tomasiello’s love for Filipino home cooked meals, La Carinderia was established together with his Filipina wife, Priscilla, out of Stefano’s passion for the concept of traditional dining at small local eateries in the country, where the restaurant took its name from.