Once you cross the doorstep of Murphy’s Irish Pub, you might feel like you are in Ireland and forget that you are in the Philippines! Of course, it’s a must that you try the Irish ale that this pub offers. Guinness Draught (with which most of us are familiar with) and Murphy’s Irish Stout (which you might not be familiar with; see picture 3) are just some of the available beers in here. Beside from imported beers, Murphy’s also offers a great number of Filipino beers. Numerous British dishes that go well with beer are also available here. They serve Fish and Chips (Picture 2) in big servings. French Fries and […]
(UPDATE: This restaurant is closed.) BAR M is affiliated to MASSETO, a restaurant located in Salcedo Village. This bar is the perfect place to unwind, especially when you have just finished your meal in MASSETO. BAR M has a great line up of Japanese whiskey namely Yamazaki, Hibiki, Yoichi, Shirasu, and Taketsuru that you might want to try. It also has other prime spirits, such as Lagavulin, Laphroaig, and Talisker.
In Palladium, many of today’s young generation dance ’til morning. It is the biggest night club in Makati, with two floors and over 300 seats. It can accommodate 800 partygoers. Events, which usually need invitations to get in, are held in this club. Many Europeans also come to Palladium. You can enjoy listening to R&B and top 40 on Fridays and you can also have fun with electro and house music on Saturdays.
At the back of Bel-Air Soho is a charming building that seems to be from rural Europe. When you enter this place, there is actually a Spanish restaurant with red and white gingham tabletops! The wooden interior of this place gives off a warm ambiance. The dishes in La Tienda are just exquisite. Aside from serving great cuisine, their prices are more reasonable compared to other Spanish restaurants. Since its opening in 1998, La Tienda upholds the taste and quality of its dishes; thus, housing a lot of regular customers. Other than being a restaurant, this place has a bar, which is very popular once the sun goes down. Suggestions: Dinner with your friend or […]
Because cova means cave in Spanish, COVA Tapas y Sangria’s interior seems like an underground hideout, but with a touch of elegance. This restaurant is becoming a hot spot for celebrities in the Philippines. It was also nominated under the category ‘Best Spanish Cuisine’ in the MBKRS awards. COVA’s tapas has an authentic taste that you will surely love. This restaurant also offers the very refreshing summer white wine (P447),’ which is made from peaches and white wine.
Known for their nutritious and healthy beverages, Mondo Juice tops the juicing market all the way. – Smoothies – Mondo Juice creates their signature drinks from imported and fresh ingredients from their well-known places like Switzerland and United States to ensure the great taste and quality for anyone’s drinking enjoyment. In order to promote healthy living, Mondo Juice serves healthy drinks like Detox, a kind of juice that helps to remove toxins in your body and cold smoothies like Blueberries Bonanza and Super Pinatch, one of their best smoothies you can avail from them. – Sandwich – Afternoon snacks will never be the same as you can choose over Hash […]
One of the regulars of Yakiniku Sandaya is the former President Ninoy Aquino, who goes in here every month. It is said that even after his inaugural ceremony, the president went to this Japanese restaurant. The cuisine of Tokyo Yakiniku is so appetizing that you will surely feel satisfied. One of its recommended meats is the ‘King Sirloin Meat.’ Customers might get surprised with the reasonable prices of the first class Kobe beef (P1200/100g) and Black Angus Beef (P350/100g), which is used for boneless short ribs. If you felt like eating delicious Yakiniku, why not try and visit Yakiniku Sandaya?