Salcedo Village Restaurant 2019
YJT Fantaste Restaurant located just in Salcedo Village, Makati, gives everyone the traditional and fresh serving of clay pot rice. The idea of putting up a restaurant serving single clay pot rice brand in the Philippines came from the couple who upon traveling, discovers a small restaurant that uses clay pot rice cooked under a charcoal. The idea soon became a reality and Fantaste, a Cantonese and Hongkong style cuisine from Hunan and Guangdong, was born.
The idea of Peppy Olive started with the owners' realization of how healthy meal options are very limited and a little too expensive. Thus, they thought of creating a fast-food type stall that encourages everyone to eat healthily, but with a very reasonable price. At Peppy Olive, they serve feel-good Mediterranean meals such as salads, pitas, rice meals, smoothies, falafel, kebab, and more.
A mature counterpart of 78-53-86 also known as the Whiteplains in Quezon City, 78-45-33 is a collaboration between the love for audio equipment and a concept of a Jazz bar. Back in 2017, owners Mr. Tonyboy De Leon and his cousin Mr. Jay Amante built what's like an extension of their living room or a bachelor pad with just an intention to listen to Mr. Tonyboy's collection of vinyl records.
The laid-back neighborhood of in Salcedo Village, Makati holds an exotic array of eccentric bars and bistros that draws people in not only for their fine dining but also for the many choices they offer. With this, Kite Kebab Bar, located in Salcedo Village, offers you a menu of Mediterranean cuisine and street food to choose from, if you want to experience the street life that Makati has up its sleeves.
Start rebooting your palate with greens and juices at this salad bar located in Salcedo, Village Makati called Juju Eats. It offers a selection of greens and salads with over 50 toppings and 12 dressings. There is a variety of signature salads to choose from as well as a Do-It-Yourself option that lets you customize and build your own original salad.
Locavore Kitchen & Drinks is undoubtedly one of Manila’s hottest and hippest local restaurants serving exquisite and contemporary Filipino fare with a trendy twist. This popular restaurant in Kapitolyo, Pasig prides itself on using locally sourced, grown and produced ingredients that are mostly organic. Locavore got its unique name from local + vore, which means ‘a person who makes an effort to eat locally grown, locally made, locally produced food.’