FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
Ever wonder where top hotels get their European ingredients? Swing by at Santis Delicatessen's main branch at Yakal Street, San Antonio Village, Makati City, and you'll see where. With their vast array of cold cuts, European Sausages, wines, dairy products, and fresh vegetables, this gourmet shop is just about the best deli you may find not only in the metro but in over 12 branches in the country! Find out more about their products, services, and the new Gourmet Card only at Philippine Primer!
On the same floor as the observation deck is a restaurant with a 180-degree view of Hakodate. Genova serves Japanese and international cuisine perfect for tourists who would like to have both options. One of the must-try dishes is the Japanese Fused Spaghetti with Salted Cod Roe and Gagome Kelp. With the spectacular night view of Mt. Hakodate and delicious food, Genova is a great romantic place for a couple’s night out. First appeared in Philippine Primer Magazine January 2017 issue – “Welcome to Hakodate: A Complete Guide to Hakodate, Japan”.
Live Squid Sashimi (¥1,980) You cannot go to Japan and not try their izakaya, a typical Japanese tavern. During a windy and chilly night in Hakodate, Gyosanko is the place to be to get some grub. This izakaya is just a stone throw away from Hakodate Station. Try their Sashimi Platter that is good for 3-4 persons (¥3,500) and Live Squid Sashimi (¥1,980). Pair these up with a bottle of Asahi beer for ¥500 to ¥580. Most of the taverns close late, so you don’t need to hurry to have dinner. Sashimi Platter (¥3,500) Asahi Beer (¥500-¥580) Traditional inerior. Drink while sitting on tatami mats or drink at the bar. […]