If you’re not a fan of crowded restaurants, particularly those that are too noisy and have too many things going around, it’s time for you to discover Purple Yam. PURPLE YAM. A homey restaurant that serves sumptuous Filipino food Purple Yam is an ancestral home turned restaurant that is a local branch of the popular Filipino restaurant Purple Yam NYC. Only takes reservations, Purple Yam is described as something different compared to the usual Filipino restaurants in Manila. NORI TACO, which puts smoked fermented fish, minced meat, mackerel and layered vegetables FRESH LUMPIA ROLL, made up of minced pork and palm tree pickles, egg roll, and […]
It’s not just another buffet. A great market-style buffet Market Café ceases to be an ordinary buffet. In this restaurant at New World Manila Bay Hotel, you will see an extraordinary kind of buffet as they serve food through a market-style presentation. All the ingredients here are fresh from local markets as chefs make a great dish out of all these. Cozy ambience plus delectable food! Each station serves a variety of food selection you will enjoy, as they serve Japanese, Chinese, and Korean food. They cook fresh food through a live-show kitchen which guarantees that the food is served fresh and delicious. For their buffet stations, they have […]
GYUMON is an authentic Yakiniku restaurant that has branches in Makati and Pan Pacific Hotel, Malate. Here in GYUMON, meat imported from America and Australia is charbroiled. Gyumon’s beef rib eye is nice and tender. This, together with their prime short rib, is said to be two of the most popular among the suggested dishes. —- Yukhoe (fresh meat top with egg and sesame sead) -Yukhoe Yakiniku If you are wondering which dishes on the menu you should order, check out the Bestseller 3 (P1,100). If you still have room in your tummy after that, try the Yakiniku (prime short rib, cow tongue, and outside skirt) which has a flavorful taste and an affordable […]
Ukokkei Ramen opened in 2007 and it has become one of the most popular ramen joints in Metro Manila. The source of the delicious soup is a rare kind of chicken, the Ukokkei. A long time ago, it has been used in Chinese medicinal cooking because the nutrients were effective for stabilizing blood pressure, revitalizing the liver, and preventing aging and other stuff. Since the soup is stewed for 12 hours, it gives it the golden colour and makes it so flavorful. They serve three types of ramen: miso, soy sauce and salt which are all ordered from Japan.
Since its opening in 1979, this well-established café is loved by many patrons and is considered as Manila’s original bistro (a restaurant for the masses). Filipino cuisine, Western cuisine and rich liquors is enjoyed in here. The wood interior of this restaurant gives off a classical feel, making it a perfect place to just chill out with friends. Its refined atmosphere has attracted many college students and artists, which actually led in nurturing the youth culture of Manila. You can find Cafe Adriatico at the open space café, which you can’t overlook. It faces one of the landmarks in Malate District and Remedios Circle.
Since its establishment in 1973, this traditional Filipino restaurant has been in business for over 40 years. The authentic Filipino cuisine that Zamboanga Restaurant offers, such as fresh seafood, lechon, pinakbet, and lumpia, are loved by many generations. Aside from its food, the traditional dance of Visaya and Mindanao performed in this restaurant’s wide stage is also a highlight of the said establishment. The dance company showcases their talents from 10:30 pm for about 1 hour. Their show is worth a look, so make sure not to miss it. To celebrate weddings and other events, dancers who are under the contract with Zambanga Restaurant are dressed in traditional costumes such […]
Gokizip is an authentic Korean restaurant you can find in Adriatico Street, Malate. This restaurant’s chef is actually the one in charge of the meat department in the Hyundai Department store (a famous store in Korea) for 25 years. This makes Gokizip’s chef an expert in choosing the best meat for the customers. So, if you want to eat Korean cuisine with good quality meat, then this is the place for you. Aside from its appetizing meat, this restaurant also gives importance in delicately seasoning all of its dishes and appetizers.
Tao Yuan is a restaurant in Malate. It has an aquarium full of seafood fronting its store. Chinese local customers confirm that the food served in this restaurant is truly authentic. Tao Yuan’s menu focuses more on Singaporean food. One of those dishes is the Hainanese Chicken (Photo 1), which is actually a dish that you can order without any hesitation. The classic Singaporean Chili Crab is the restaurant’s featured menu. Private and VIP rooms are also available to customers who want to hold important meetings and parties while enjoying delicious Singaporean cuisine.
GYUBOU YAKINIKU is an authentic Yakiniku restaurant located along Nakpil Street, Malate. Because of its authentic wagyu, this restaurant is very popular among expats. The reason behind Gubou’s popularity lies with the ingredients it uses. Not only does it use fresh wagyu but also a special sauce, which has miso and soy sauce, and rice that comes from the Chiba prefecture. So, why don`t you spend a wonderful moment eating quality meat here in Gyubou Yakiniku? From the left side: Chicken (P150), boneless short rib (P380), shrimp (P200), prime beef tongue (P300), top loin (P380), squid (P180) There are also set menus: Set A (P1, 350) short rib, rice, miso soup, and […]