FOOD Restaurants in the Philippines
Mayas and Jony's are both an unmistakable duo in Boracay, situated along the White Beach Path in Station 1. With an al fresco dining setting, surrounded by palm trees and several potted plants, Mayas embodies the tropical island of Boracay and celebrates diversity with Mexican flavors to choose from!
Japanese restaurants springing all over the country speak volumes on how much people value Japan’s cuisine and culture. In fact, lots of foodies get thrilled whenever a new Japanese resto is set to open nearby. If you’re one of those foodies who are always on the hunt for restaurants offering classic Japanese eats, there’s one in Venice Grand Canal Mall (Venice Piazza) in Taguig you should add on your list. Namba Station at Venice Grand Canal Mall Namba Station instantly became a crowd favorite, especially among corporate workers around the Venetian-inspired mall, when it opened in February this year. The interiors are very Instagram-worthy As you may have noticed, the new restaurant is named after […]
When you dine in at this restaurant in McKinley Hill, you’ll find yourself transported to Mexico. At Cobalabamba, you can get your late night beer and taco fix to satisfy your Mexican cuisine cravings. Welcome to Cobalabamba where the neon is open from morning till night to light their equally vibrant dishes! Cobalabamba opened in August 2018, as the owners wanted to offer Mexican flavors with various twists to match the Filipino palate. It derived its name by combining the words Coba, a place in Mexico and La Bamba, a popular song. If you’re curious about what kind of eats can you try in Cobalabamba, here are some of […]
Nestled just a few steps away from Alona Beach is a minimalist restaurant that opened their doors last February 20, 2019. Ubeco is one of the many expat-owned establishments in Panglao Island. It is also a family business run by Yubin, a Korean nationality who is also the restaurant’s chef. Her sister, on the other hand, serves as the barista of the cafe. It was also Yubin who designed the restaurant, taking inspiration from the scenes of Thailand and a few local inspirations from the Philippines as well. The name of the restaurant, according to Yubin, was really a no-brainer. Two local flavors, Ube and Coconut, were combined together to create the […]