Restaurants in the Philippines
La Cocia de Tita Moning is a Spanish restaurant that is only available to those who make reservations. This restaurant is actually the renovated Legarda house, home of Mr. Alejandro Legarda and his wife. La Cocina de Tita Moning’s sophisticated design, which includes antique cameras, radio, and other ornaments, exudes a very nostalgic mood. When you step into the hallway facing San Rafael Street, you can see the museum that is filled with paintings and antiques. When it comes to food, this restaurant’s pumpkin soup showcases the sweet and mellow taste of a pumpkin, while the typical national dish of Spain, paella Valencia gouna,’ has a colorful taste of paprika and […]
Beso Cucina Vinoteka started its business in April 2012 and has a reputation of serving modern Spanish cuisine. Paella, tapas, and many other dishes are seasoned by Beso Cucina to have a refined yet out-of-the-ordinary taste. The paella (photo 1), has a lot of pork and seafood (shrimp, squid, and mussels) and it only costs P580, which is good for 2-3 servings. Its most bestseller, though, is its Angus beef rib (P 1, 480). The restaurant’s interior has an eye-catching red and white motif, giving out a very Spanish vibe. Moreover, Beso Cucina has a calm ambiance so it is a perfect place to hold business meetings or a special date.
GYUBOU YAKINIKU is an authentic Yakiniku restaurant located along Nakpil Street, Malate. Because of its authentic wagyu, this restaurant is very popular among expats. The reason behind Gubou’s popularity lies with the ingredients it uses. Not only does it use fresh wagyu but also a special sauce, which has miso and soy sauce, and rice that comes from the Chiba prefecture. So, why don`t you spend a wonderful moment eating quality meat here in Gyubou Yakiniku? From the left side: Chicken (P150), boneless short rib (P380), shrimp (P200), prime beef tongue (P300), top loin (P380), squid (P180) There are also set menus: Set A (P1, 350) short rib, rice, miso soup, and […]