Resorts World Manila
Passion is an authentic Cantonese restaurant that is located at the second floor of the luxurious Maxim Hotel. The interior is very classy and spacious. The round tables are neatly arranged. This is the largest restaurant in Resorts World Manila; it can accommodate 400 people. This restaurant is, indeed, grandeur. Chef David Chu Wai Fung continues to protect the distinctive taste of the food that Passion offers. Most of their customers are patrons. Two of the most popular dishes are the crispy roasted pigeon (Photo 1) and the green crab dish (Photo 2). They also offer all-you-can eat dim sum for only P750 for adults and P500 for children 6 to 11 […]
Old Penang is a Malaysian restaurant in a casual atmosphere that fits the environment of the Resorts World. The menu is a fusion of Chinese, Indian and Malaysian cuisine. There are noodles that can be found in a Chinese restaurant and some curry is prepared Indian-style. But most dishes and spices are Malaysian. The use of coconut is unique to Malaysian cuisines. This is to balance the spiciness with the creaminess. The service is very quick and food can be served within five minutes. We recommend you to try the famous Penang Prawn Noodles. For dessert, try the Penang Ice Kacang with Ice Cream.
This restaurant’s theme and name is from Crisostomo Ibarra, a character in the famous Filipino novel Noli Me Tangere written by the Philippine’s national hero Jose Rizal. But this restaurant stands as a modern twist to this historical literature. The interior is modern and elegant, from the pale green walls, wooden accents to the grandeur chandelier and decorative paintings. They offer traditional Spanish and Filipino cuisines. They also have seafood dishes like excellent crabs and large crunchy tempuras. One of their most popular desserts is the Narcissa, a rich and yummy cheesecake. This restaurant’s theme and name is from Crisostomo Ibarra, a character in the famous Filipino novel Noli Me […]
Beurre Blanc is a restaurant that specializes in steaks and offers varieties of them, such as American Kobe beef rib eye (Picture 2 above: P2,300/250g), Australian T-bone steak (Picture 2 below: P850/350g), and Australian quarter house (Picture 2 on the right: P850/350g). Every steak in this joint is enough to satisfy every man’s appetite, so, if you want to eat a lot, this is the ideal restaurant for you! Other than that, this restaurant also serves oysters from Visayas, sea bass from Chile, salmon from Norway, and scallops from the United States. Pan Fried Goose Liver Salad (Picture 2) is one of the menus with full of originality that you […]
You could feel a luxurious ambiance in OPUS because of its high-class interior, giving you a taste of what’s it like to be a VIP. Customers can eat and drink in its dining area and dance freely at the spacious lounge area. You can also enjoy performances of top DJs in the Philippines regularly, listen to 90’s music on Tuesdays, dance with the beat of HIP HOP on Wednesdays, and listen to the Top 40 music on Thursdays to Saturdays. Opus is divided into three bars, and the most impressive among them is the ART BAR LOUNGE.