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.
It’s a chicken place for chicken lovers. For those who just can’t get enough of chicken, here’s a place to satisfy your cravings—Poulet Manille in SM Aura serves delectable and healthy chicken options that’s sure to be loved by its customers. Poulet Manille is one of the restaurants that serve healthier options for its health-conscious guests. Poulet means “chicken” in French, while Manille is for Manila. The restaurant uses traditional French-style rotisserie for its oven, where one can see the chickens being roasted because of its open-kitchen setup. Poulet Manille takes pride of their chicken, which they say are “healthy and happy.” For the restaurant, it means that […]
If you’re craving for a different kind of ice cream, then you should definitely try Honey Creme. This Korean-Taiwanese brand offers soft served ice cream levelled up with unique toppings, such as cotton candy, popcorn and honeycombs. Another unique thing is that, aside from the traditional cone, they also serve spiral bread for your ice cream. Honey Creme was first launched in Taipei Zhongxiau on March 20, 2014 with their newly formulated dessert treat using farm fresh milk and cream, and with the rich milk flavour as its base. Their all-time favourite is the “Honeycomb Soft Serve Ice Cream”, a cup of their specially formulated ice cream topped with a […]
UCC (Ueshima Coffee Co.) is known as one of Japan’s oldest coffee shops. Here in the Philippines, it is popular for its specialty shops and is known to be the pioneer of Japanese-style coffee making. UCC puts a premium on the beans it uses and the quality of the coffee it makes. Considered as one of the drivers of the Third Wave Coffee movement, UCC offers an exceptional coffee experience that has been well-received by Filipinos. Popular among the older generations, UCC has lately been drawing the young market as well. Since Filipinos are passionate food lovers, all of UCC concept stores have revamped their menu to cater to the […]
Bono Artisanal Gelato is a Filipino brand that boasts of serving authentic, artisanal Italian gelato that taste like no other. As their tagline suggests, all gelato is made from the finest all-natural ingredients, sourced from different parts of the world. They don’t add anything artificial and “unreal.” The process, however, takes days to finish. They use pozzetto cabinets as storage because it can preserve a constant temperature and ensure the least amount of air and light contamination. They make it daily and traditionally, like how it is done in Italy where the gelato originated. Now, there’s no need to go to Italy just to have a scoop of the […]
The Royal Touch was co-founded by Carolyn Robb, who served as the Executive Chef to The Royal Household of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana for eleven years. So expect only elegance in its interior design and only deliciousness to its treats. One of the most popular cupcakes is the Chocolate Biscuit Cake! It’s the cupcake version of Prince William’s Groom’s cake on his royal wedding. Chocolate Biscuit Cake (Php 120) Red Velvet Empress (Php 95) Mini cupcakes (Php 150/5 pcs; Php 270/10 pcs)
From New York City, Todd English Food Hall opened its first ever branch in Manila on the 5th Floor of SM Aura Premiere just March of this year. However, the queue of customers easily gets long. Not surprising, really. Todd English is the first food hall to ever open in the country. It is a 900 sqm dining area that’s able to fit 9 food stations: Salad & Charcutterie station, Sushi bar station, Raw bar station, Asian station, Flatbread pizza station, Wine & Tapas bar station, dessert & bread bar station. Here are some dishes you can order from their menu: Fig & Prosciutto (Php 530) T.E. Two Way […]
The first ever NBA Cafe is found in SM Aura Premier, Taguig. You might immediately think that this is a sports bar for basketball fanatics. However, when you go inside, the restaurant is very spacious and family-friendly. The interior is, of course, inspired by the prominent men’s basketball league in North America, NBA (or National Basketball Association). The chairs and sofas have the same texture of a basketball. They have installed flat screen TV’s in all corners which air sports events. They do not only display basketball memorabilia and replicas but also sell it to whoever is interested. At the opening of NBA Cafe just April of this year, basketball superstar Gordon Hayward […]
Yakitori One restaurant is set up in the food court of SM Aura which is at the 4/F. The store is like an open-kitchen style wherein you can see how the yakitori is grilled. They only grill the yakitori once it is ordered. Choose from Takoyaki (Octopus balls Php 88), Arabiki (Sausage grits Php 70), Quail Egg Pork Wrap (Php 60), Karaage (Php 60), Chicken Skin (Php 30), Chicken Thighs (Php 60), Cut Steak (Php 60). They also have a special sauce that is made from Japan. It is usually cooked with the Yakitori rice. You can also add on miso soup (Php 30) or Shouga soup (ginger soup Php […]
Nowadays, a lot of different cuisines from various countries have become in demand in Metro Manila, catching every heart of food lovers. One of Primer’s favourites is COCA, a Thai-Cantonese restaurant located in SM Aura. “COCA” was derived from the Mandarin word “kekou” which means “appetizing.” True enough, Coca has been serving authentic dishes since 1957. They are most famous for their own version of Thai suki which is a hot pot dish similar to shabu-shabu. It was first introduced when they open their first branch in Soi Tantawan, Bangkok. One of the things you need to know about their suki dish is that it always comes with their signature […]
“Once PAUL sits at the table the whole bread oven experience is in your plate.” Started in 1889 at Croix France, PAUL is a well-known French bakery and has been serving the freshest and handcrafted bread in the last 125 years. It happens to be located at the ground floor of SM Aura. It is hard not to notice PAUL not only because it is situated near the mall entrance, but also because of the fancy black wall outside and the well-designed interior. The interior speaks very French with its vintage lamps, high drape curtains, elegant chairs and tables. It has the cozy warm ambiance of a library. You can […]
Yabu is a restaurant that offers tonkatsu with very crunchy coating and soft meat. You can eat this without adding any condiments! If you are craving for a bowl of rice, fried pork cutlet and curry, then come and visit Yabu! This restaurant has a Japanese chef that supervises the dishes that are being served, maintaining a high-level quality to its food. Berkshire Pig (Black Pig) Premium Set is a dish with a crispy coating, chewy and soft texture, and rich gravy. This food is certainly like its name suggests. Yabu’s Katsudon will make you feel that you’re in Japan just by eating a grain of its rice. Hiroshima’s Deep Fried Oysters (P450) is […]