Capricciosa is an Italian trattoria restaurant that originated in Japan. This restaurant uses ripe tomatoes that are imported from Italy. This is the reason behind the sweet and rich taste of its dishes. 30% of Capricciosa’s customers in Greenbelt 3 are mostly Japanese. The classic appetizer, Sicilian Meat Sauce over Rice Croquette (Photo 1), is a popular dish in this restaurant. If you’ve already been in Capricciosa’s branch in Japan, then you should visit its branch in the Philippines.
Associated with a popular restaurant chain in Hong Kong Maxim’s Caterers Ltd., Peking Garden has been serving the expats as well as the Filipinos for 18 years in Makati. The high-class Chinese restaurant has this elegant setting and serves food that focuses on Northern Chinese cuisine. They have invited 4 Chinese chefs who are actually very popular with a wide range of businessmen around the world. Try out this restaurant’s Peking duck as it is one of the finest! Do try Peking Garden’s shrimp with chili sauce, xiao long bao, and Fortune Chicken as well. Their pan fried stuffed fresh scallops combines the flavor of scallops and shrimps into one delectable dish. The chinjaorousu is actually the recommended dish for Japanese customers. […]
Nu.Vo (or nouveau) means “new” in French and this is the name of the restaurant that has captured the eye of many Filipino celebrities and foreigners. The interior of this restaurant is mostly wooden. White cloths are draped over its tables, creating a chic and warm atmosphere. Nu.Vo also has a bar in the center where customers can relax and enjoy a drink or two. Nu.Vo’s menu is extensive in seafood and mainly focuses on Southern French, Italian, Greek, and North African cuisine. High-quality ingredients are imported from different parts of the world, too. This restaurant’s recommended menu is the Chile’s Grilled Sea Bass, a dish that is lavishly stuffed and that […]