FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
Established by Carmelo Santiago in 1987, Melo’s, dubbed as the home of Certified Angus Beed and Wagyu, is the first restaurant that introduced Certified Angus Beef to the Philippines. MELO’S in Burgos Circle Aside from being known as one of the best places in the country to savor authentic Wagyu beef, what’s more exciting about this restaurant is the complete freedom they give to their customers. Clients get to choose their preferred cut and thickness of the meat from the steak cart that is presented to them before grilling. There is a variety of steak arrangements that the owner makes for the clients to choose from. There is a chef’s monthly special, too. With branches in […]
Nothing compares to a fine, tender and innovative organic beef at Wagyu. Serving only Japanese-made Wagyu with bovine highest grade A5 ranking, everyone can splurge on each part with a reasonable price. Hida Beef Sirloin (100g／P1,940） Founded by Chef Seiji Kamura, Wagyu only uses organic “oura pig” carefully raised on pig farm. They use their own breeding method, meaning no chemical substances such as antibiotics and vitamins, to minimize the odor. Along with the selling of meat on the first floor, there is also an eat-in space where you can enjoy your fresh meat on the spot with your cooking method. For an intimate and private dining area, head over […]
Filipinos and Japanese have a shared love for food, especially grilled food and table cooking. It’s quick, easy, and very social: another thing that Filipinos and Japanese have in common. Whenever you’re in Cebu, make sure you visit Kushiyaki Chikuzenya, where you can enjoy great-tasting grilled food and table cooking.
The best dipping noodle house is now in town! Mitsuyado Sei-men’s secret lies in the refreshing acidity and careful stewing that creates depth in flavor of their broth and the sticky and consistent elasticity of their noodles. Hiroshima Spicy Tsukemen (P280) Nagoya Tan Tan Men (P340) From more than 10 kinds of tsukemen (dipping noodles), the bestseller is the Marutoku Tsukemen (P400, regular; P440, large), but another popular kind is the Cheese Sauce Tsukemen (P350, regular; P390, large). There is also the Karashi Tsukemen (P280, regular; P320, large) for those who love spicy dishes. Watch out for their Miso Tsukemen, which they have recently added to their menu this year! […]