FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
Cebu’s well-loved Vietnamese kitchen is in Manila! Phat Pho, a modern street style noodle shop with casual counter style quick service, caused a stir in Cebu when it opened in 2013, and the experience of its flavorful dishes and enjoyable vibe was brought to Manila by the Moment Group with Abaca Group concept. GOI CUON. Vietnamese rice rolls which you can choose from slow roasted pork (P175/3pcs), chilled shrimp (p195/3 pcs), or marinated tofu (P155/3pcs). P.H.A.T. Pho, meaning Pretty Hot and Tasty, offers exceptionally tasty dishes prepared with love. The menu boasts of classic Vietnamese flavors and ingredients that are simple, flavorful, and of the highest quality. Everything on the […]
Opened in May 2016, Soban K-Town Grill specializes in K-Town cuisine: a unique combination of traditional Korean cooking techniques and recipes with global ingredients and flavors. People who have been to Koreatown in Los Angeles, California will definitely be familiar with some of the dishes, while those who have tasted Korean food will be surprised at what else you can do with their recipes. AS KOREAN AS IT GETS. The 6-Flavor Samgyupsal Set is 540g of pork belly strips good for 3-4 persons and served with unlimited rice, soup and side dishes for Php1,420. One of the best dishes you can get at Soban K-Town Grill is their 6-Flavor Samgyupsal […]
Bars come in many shapes and forms. Each one has their own unique “thing” that sets them apart, from Revel at the Palace’s highest of high class to ABV’s extensive absinthe collection. The Red Light’s “thing” is not exactly its clientele or a unique collection: it’s what they do with ideas that make them stand out.
Now, Singapore is within your reach! The famous food market of Singapore has finally come to Manila! Makansutra by Singapore’s Pte Ltd can now be found at its home in SM Megamall which features 12 of the best stalls that offer 60 dishes coming from the cuisines of Singapore, Hong Kong, Malacca in Malaysia, and more.
Noche: Dine in the Dark Manila is the first and only restaurant that not only has its customers dine in total darkness but also, is served by the blind or visually-impaired staff. Noche will open starting October 14 (Friday), and will accommodate guests into a unique dining experience every Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays on two dinner services - 6:00 pm & 8:00 pm.
Japan’s best tendon restaurant in town is finally here, along with Ramen Nagi at NAIA Terminal 3. RAMEN NAGI X AKIMITSU TENDON. Your go-to Japanese restaurant in the airport! If you’re a fan of Japanese cuisine, particularly their heaven-sent battered seafood and vegetable dish popularly known as tempura, you totally need to get to this restaurant ASAP. GODAIME CHEF’S SPECIAL TEMPURA. A bowl consisting of Anago eel, prawn, oyster, fish, shrimp, bone cracker, and vegetable tempura. EBI TEMPURA. A plateful of prawn, shrimp, and seasonal vegetables tempura. Akimitsu Tendon, a restaurant that specializes in tendon or Tempura Donburi (rice bowl), has come to the Philippines. Sharing the same space with […]
Le Petit Souffle, a French-Japanese dessert haven by Chef Miko Aspiras might be your next go-to place every time you’ll crave for something sugary and savory. ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES in Le Petit Souffle Located on the 3rd floor of Century City Mall in Makati, Le Petit Souffle offers unique and beautifully served food you’ll love. Fans of sweets will have to celebrate as they serve the best desserts in town! Valrhona Grand Crus (P375) The interior will make you want to stay a little more for some photo op after finishing your food. From the chairs, couches and tables to its walls and ceiling – everything inside this restaurant is […]