Yoshinoya, a restaurant that serves beef bowls, was established in Manila in 2002. As of this moment, there are 7 branches in the Philippines that are flocked by countless of customers. This restaurant takes pride in its secret sauce that is full of flavour. Yoshinoya has preserved its traditional cooking style for years, and because of its exquisite beef bowls, Yoshinoya is now loved by the world. You’ll be satisfied by Yoshinoya’s beef bowl in the Philippines. It is recommended that you come here with your friends.
Located in Glorietta 1, Modern Shanghai is a restaurant that offers authentic yet affordable Chinese food. Take note that the taste of Shanghai dishes is not that spicy and is similar to Japanese cuisine. Braised Lucky Pork Knuckle (Photo 1) is steamed pork knee served with a sweet and spicy sauce. This dish is P800 and good for 3 people. Feel free to enjoy the creations of the veteran chef from China. Watch from the kitchen’s glass window how homemade noodles are created, too!
The only branch of the famous Hilltop Streetin the Philippines lies in the busy city of Makati. Inside the café, music fans will surely be amazed upon seeing the guitars of famous rock stars Keith Richards and Bon Jovi. The Hard Rock Café has 3 kinds of bars namely the Guitar, the Piano and the Sax Bar that can accommodate 800 people. Live performances are held in here every night! The ‘Hurricane’ (P360) is the signature drink of the Hard Rock Café that you can find in its every branch. This is a must try! Last 2013, it is said that Steven Tyler, the famous vocalist of the band Aerosmith, visited […]