Grand Hyatt Manila sets the bar of dining and hospitality notably high with its newest concept--The Peak. It is a bar, a grill, and a restaurant on the 60th to the 62nd floor of the tallest skyscraper in the country. Inspired by penthouse living, The Peak, in general, flaunts a laid-back and cozy vibration of home, perfect setting for company’s desired night out.
Before, foodies in the Philippines would need to travel just to savor surely authentic food from different countries, but now they can experience it easily--all thanks to the never-ending openings of restaurants all over the metro offering various foreign cuisines. One such restaurant is the FatFook Kitchen in BGC, Taguig that only serves the best of Taiwanese food.
Nikkei Nama seeks to celebrate the food of both cultures, with ingredients that complement each other as if they were meant to be combined. And to give a new savor to Nikkei's frequent diners, Nikkei Nama is serving dishes one can only find in this branch--thanks to the collaborative effort of South American Chef Juan Barcos and Filipino Chef Richie Buenaventura.
Souv! By Cyma is a modern restaurant in BGC that offers everyday Greek food perfect for both meat and vegetable lovers. Opened in 2017, Souv! by Cyma 's unique concept came from Chef Robby Goco’s famous Cyma Greek Taverna restaurant which serves as its casual sister restaurant. It is inspired by a popular Greek grilled fast food called “Souvlaki,” thus the name Souv.
Yuca is a South American root crop known as cassava in the Philippines. The restaurant is named such as most of their ingredients contain the root crop. Yuca, located at the Venice Grand Canal Mall in Taguig City, offers a unique twist to the Latin American cuisine. It is owned by Mrs. Geraldin Mangudadatu and her husband Cong. Dong Mangudadatu.
What happens when Max’s Restaurant’s classic flavors meet the modern taste of Kabisera? The newest neighborhood stop for Filipino cuisine located at the heart of Bonifacio Global City now opens it doors for everyone to experience the ultimate Pinoy hospitality. Formerly named as Kabisera, now Max’s Kabisera relaunched its brand on October 18, 2018 and is set to present itself as a more high-end version of a dining and social destination apart from its individual roots. It is a perfect place for people not only to dine, but also to have a drink or two.
A great concept is born out of great memories from childhood and even greater experiences through time, and when these memories have anything to do with New York comfort food and the Brooklyn vibe, surely only good can come out of the ensemble! Gratefully, you can find just the right place at Borough, which channels the very heart of community and belongingness as they settle at Bonifacio High Street in Taguig. Try out their special Mom's Milk and Cookies, Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup, Borough Brewskie Burger, Cheese-Injected Portobello Pita Pocket and their array of sweet cakes and pies just for you! Visit them now at U/G, C2, Bonifacio High Street Central, 7th Ave. cor. 29th St., Bonifacio Global City, Taguig and enjoy their various meals for breakfast, lunch, brunch, merienda, and dinner. Don't forget, midnight snacks are also to be enjoyed!
Nomi Matcha now has Nomi, a modern Japanese bar covertly situated inside a modern Japanese cafe. Since it's hidden, you won't easily spot it inside Nomi--but if you're the curious type of diner who loves roaming around, you might just find yourself accidentally opening another door that's not a restroom, but actually a hidden bar.