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City of Manila Restaurants

  • Greenbelt and Glorietta

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Part two of My Umu Japanese restaurant tips with more pictures. Umu Japanese restaurant in Dusit Hotel Manila in Makati City is knowned for really expensive but very satisfying japanese cuisine and they have seasonal promotions for the different japanese regional cuisines with the japanese goodies flown strait from japan hence the amazing...

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  • Malate

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    One of the Popular Locally Owned Tex Mex Fast Food Chain is the Army Navy- Burgers + Burrito which is a relative newbie in the mexican and tex-mex fast food scene at it was founded only in 2009 but now has more than 35 branches around the Metro Manila Area and around the Philipines! the restaurant has a military barracks type of ambiance where the...

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  • Native Restaurants

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    ADO'S Panciteria or Pancit ni Ado has been pleasing Pasiguenos since 1952 and has become an iconic restos to the surrounding communities and anyone who happens to stumble upon it. Situated just down the road from the Catholic church of Pasig or Simbahan ng Pasig 126 A. Luna St. Bgy. Malinao in pasig. near sumilang. They really got their pancit...

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  • The Podium

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Part two of House of Wagyu Restaurant with more pictures! one of the most expensive steakhouses in Manila, offerring Australian Raised Wagyu Beef. (Wagyu is a generic term for cattle derived from wagyu cattle from tajima in kobe, japan. Wagyu is the cheapest japanese style beef, kobe is more expensive, matsuzaka even more expensive, ohmi very...

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  • Jollibee

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    The Jolibee at Robinsons in Laoag, the hamburger was cold, had to ask no pink sweet sauce, FF;s were cold had to ask for hot fries I dont think they are trained in proper holding times.. Chicken has a weird taste (not good way), BUT the staff was very nice & helpful.. I guess it depends on quality of food your used to.. coke was flat.. glass of...

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  • Greenhills

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    Crystal Jade is an international Chain of Shanghai style chinese restaurants which have branches in Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and here in the Philippines. It is one of the first restaurants to offer Shanghai type of Chinese Cuisine and the most famous of the shanghai food is the xiao long bao, a savory prok meat dumpling filled with...

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  • Rockwell

    4 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    This restaurant is located at the Rockwell mall. They mostly served Italian food, so if you want to add some Italian on your journey, simply go here. But I tell you, its not cheap! Infact, this should be considered as a one time treat! The menu ussually hit a wooping 5-15$ a meal! (does not include drinks) And the servings are kinda a small,...

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  • El Pueblo

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Manila Restaurants

    a lot of the japanese expats from the asian development bank eats here so i guess they approve about the quality of food, only is too expensive for me. total bill of 796.37 - tenderloin steak - 2 coke light - gyoza (8pcs)

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  • Cyma

    In my opinion it is the best greek restaurant in Manila. They have the best and most creative tasting salads, the serving are quite generous. Other than the salad the Lamb Gyro, Flaming cheese, Moussaka, and Red Snapper is also something to try. The atmosphere is casual and the service is prompt and friendly. I recommend calling ahead for...

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  • Night Food Market

    It’s a night food market that opens only on Fridays from 6PM to 3AM, Enjoy a culinary adventure at Levante with its mouth-watering homemade cooking straight from the kitchens of Eastwood’s promising food entrepreneurs, along with your favorite Filipino street foods. The fun part is you could do a free taste of everything. They have wide range of...

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  • Seafood Grill

    For authentic Filipino cuisine, the seafood selection at Gerry's Grill is quite extensive, and with so many choices, an all-seafood lunch can be a satisfying option. The place is recommended for a person who wants to try Filipino food. The sisig, adobo and the Kare-Kare is also a must try. The service is good and the price range is average, the...

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  • Bene Bene!

    This small simple Italian restaurant is located in Makati within the Petron gas station of Dasmarinas Makati along Edsa. Its a small clean place with a sitting capacity of 25 but always full of people due to its price, serving portion and quality of food. An authentic Italian resto run and owned by an Italian chef who used to work for Manila Hotel....

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  • Wine and Dine

    A very cozy restaurant, friendly staff, good service and affordable wines. You can bring a big group and share the food and the bottle of wine and its surely worth the money. Price of wines are reasonable compared to other wine bars in Makati. You can find good wines for 600/750 pesos a bottle. It is located in the heart of Makati Greenbelt but has...

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  • The Best Buffet Restaurant in Manila

    The experience is so memorable. A lot of delicious foods are everywhere. I enjoy all the foods and want to try it all. The desert is perfect. This restaurant is perfect for a groups. The deserts, their sweets are perfect taste. I enjoy the local halo-halo. I truly recommend this restaurant for everyone looking for unforgettable dining. experience

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  • Waiying is waiting!

    You might feel tired and hungry after wandering around Chinatown so if you’re looking for a place to eat delicious food at a very affordable price then Waiying is the place to be!Waiying is located in Benavides Street of Chinatown where almost all the best Chinese restaurants are situated. Waiying fasfood is a small place (very narrow) that has...

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  • Best Thai restaurant in Manila

    I've been to a few Thai restos/ fast food joints in Manila and I can honestly say nothing compares to 8 Spices Thai Cuisine. While the restaurant could be a little bit pricey for the average person, the dishes are definitely worth your money. We ordered the Spicy Tuna Salad (P320.00), Chicharon Bulaklak (P220.00), Chicken in Panang Curry (P330.00)...

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  • best vietnamese soup

    when i want something healthy i go to a vietnamese restaurant. there are plenty of vegetarian options from their menu - from spring rolls, to tofu to vegetable soup. they only have a small shop in SM, so it's naturally quieter than bigger restos. service is good. price is just right. vegetarian soup - it's hearty and healthy.

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  • Fried Chicken like you've never tasted...

    Max's Restaurant is my favorite chicken restaurant. Chicken is juicy and tender. Tasty up to the last bite! Each restaurant has a homey appeal with darkwood furniture, leather seats and brick walls. The original restaurant in Quezon City dates back to 1945. Most Pinoys celebrate baptismal parties and even hold wedding receptions and meetings...

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  • Bee Happy!

    The fastest and the largest fast food chain in the country. Jollibee has over a hundred stores in the whole Philippines and branches at San Francisco and Hong Kong. This food chain was established to be a burger chain, our country's answer to Mc Donald's.Funny, what started as a burger chain, now considers chickenjoy (fried chicken) to be its...

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  • MainStream places are Good!

    You can eat to your choice. I would not advise to go with local food right away. Can work with special diets. Great fresh foods, Seafoods, Outback for Steaks, BBQ on the Beach!I can put together your ideal vacation optimized to your needs. I know translotators and can be very helpful. Best food here is the food you catch yourself!Imagine off a...

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  • The food is excellent

    I didn't know about this restaurant at first but it was the restaurant that I will be having a VT meeting with Aida, Lara, Monina and TeAnne.It was raining cats and dogs in Manila when I got there so I asked the waiter if I can just wait inside the restaurant. He was very polite and led me to a huge table. He asked me if how many people will be...

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  • Local fares are the best here

    We were treated by our Korean boss to this place. It's sort of a high-end Filipino restaurant catered to foreigners (Adriatico's a tourism hub in Manila). We had the usual local fare. We had crispy crablets, shrimp, sinigang na bangus (milkfish cooked in sour broth and veggies), grilled fish, bamboo rice, alique rice, eggplant ensalada. The...

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  • New Favorite in Binondo

    Most people go to Ying Ying Tea House to see if its foods are comparable to the now gone President Restaurant in Binondo. Perhaps because it is being touted as the new President, expectations of diners are high...Well, we were not impressed. Food wasn't bad; it wasn't fantastic either. My family liked my cooking better than its Beef with Oyster...

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  • Yummy Chinese Dumplings

    Simple, small but clean restaurant. Diners can view how the dumplings are freshly prepared. Value for money! Only 14 pcs for P100. (It used to be 15 ps/P100) Chives/Kutchay Dumplings & Pork Dumplings

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  • Volunteer Fireman's Coffeeshop

    Cafe Mezzanine has a unique interior decoration, being a coffeeshop of Mr. Gerry Chua, President and Founder, and concurrent Communication Chairman of Filipino-Chinese Fire Brigade nationwide. The Cafe provides the funds for the needs of the brigade.Inside the Cafe, you'll see fireman's helmets, hose, etc. It is like a display of firemen's gear. It...

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  • Don't Miss The Fresh Seafood!

    You have to try DAMPA. This experience was really unique for me, and when I take friends there, they are astonished. What is Dampa ? Filipino small restaurants just next to a fish-market. You can buy any kind of fish and seafood in the fish-market and you give it to the restaurant of your choice for cooking it. They add the rest of the ingredients....

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  • good food with a harbour view

    Pier One is a local restaurant built on reclaimed land on the Manila harbour. It has a nautical theme and features music every night in addition to food. This was the site of the VT meet I attended in Manila.

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  • expensive tasteless coffee

    Well this needs description if u r from a third world, doen to earth tea loving country like india. This is a chain of coffee house that sells absolutely tasteless hot coffee at exobirant prices with a pretty decent service. Their food items and frap iced coffees r good though. Yea, I guess the only thing I'd call is worth the buck they charge is...

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  • Best Chicken in Manila

    Every saturday (6 AM to around 2 PM), there's a street market in the Salcedo Park in Makati. In general, this is a good place to have your saturday breakfast/lunch in. But rest aside, their barbecue chicken is the best i every had anywhere in the world!its a must have! I think its for PHP 120.

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  • Gr8 chicken barbeque

    Their chicken barbecue is a must and really great. Order the half-chicken barbeque, comes for PHP 250 and is good enough to last one fully meal. I won't call it the best though as that title goes to the one found in the Salsedo Market in Makati on Saturday mornings. But yes, may be the 2nd best. Chicken barbecue

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  • Great Pizzas

    the name says it all. they got the best pizzas in town. their other menus is also good. they are the upmarket chain of restaurants but just like italiannis their food is also worth the buck.they have the best ice tea in town!

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  • Best Italian Place in Manila

    Everything italian about them. great quality, outstanding italian food. one of those places where you would definately want to eat out. Pizzas, Pastas or other Italian stuff - all very good. their wine is also nice. they are on the expensive side. good for the occassional weekend dinner type of places. But the quality and size of their portions is...

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    well i would guess that i started with a bakery went on to add some italian meal items like pasta, lasania etc. good food if you are in this city for long and just want some regular carbonara etc. they have a few filipino dishes as well like caledreta.Their cakes and pasteries are very good and also the local filipino bakery items. it is a popular...

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  • Best chicken curry

    This is a "one of its kind" place in Manila. Why? Cuz its great food, not the run-of-the-mill manila fast food chain like mcdonalds, jollie bee, kfc etc and still open 24 x 7! its a hit even with the locals (filipinos) due to its swarma and the fact that its a different place to go to at late in the night. Apart from that its location is very near...

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  • bad location good food

    on Del Pillar street in Malati just a few meters away from La Cafe. so the address, if you know Manila well speaks for itself. Do not go there with a family! its the shadiest area of town. The restaurant itself is shady. primarily run by Pakistani punjabis. the 2nd floor of the restaurant is actually a boarding lodge for all the freelancing hookers...

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  • Good chole bhature

    In Makati near Dela Rosa. The best is their chole bhature. they are like the ones cooked at home and not the typical street side heavy ones. everything else is not that great. Rates are ok, not that expensive but then food portions are also kinda small.

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  • good location not so good food

    In Greenbelt 3. Hit and Miss stuff. Their seekh kebab is the best and one of its kind in Manila. Apart from the seekh kebab, I havnen't found any other dish worth its buck. thhe buck i am talking about is also on the expensive side even with Indain food in Manila standards.

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  • hit and miss

    Three branches in Manila. Absolutely different taste for similar dishes, but that's the story of Indian food. it ain't no mcdonalds. But the thing with Prince of Jaipur is that even the quality is significantly different in the three branches. the best one is in the main Prince of Jaipur in Fort Bonifacio. The you have one in Eastwood and one in...

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  • Decent Indian food

    OK food. Actually depends on which branch you are eating. The thing with Indian food is that it can't be standardized like McDonalds that wherever you go the same dish will taste the same. It just doesn't work like that. In fact the same dish in same restaurant can taste a little differently every time you eat, even with the same bloody cook! Its...

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  • Great Spanish Food

    The best Spanish food you will find in Manila. You can find one in the basement of the Podium Mall. It also has a wine shop attached to it and so you can order wine from there and have it with your food.This is one of the fine decently priced dinning experiences you should have if you in Manila for a few days and not willing to spend a fortune but...

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  • Best beef burger!

    The best beef burgers you'll find in Manila. Its an Australian chain and their "The Outbacker" and "MadMax" are the best cheeseburgers I ever had. The two outbacks I know can be found in Gloriatta 4 and Alabang Town Centre

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  • Filipino Restos

    Jot down the specific food you'd like to try and visit the ff:if you prefer restaurant buffet style- go to kamayan restaurant (one in edsa, makati and megamall) if you prefer restaurant a la carte ( for snacks or merienda)- via mare is your choice (in greenhills or makati) if you like grilled filipino food - dencio's or gerry's grill(mother...

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  • japz fOOOOdilcioussszz!

    the sushi shoooss my my mouth from chattin'raiRaiKen serves the best seafood ramen and susheeeess (ebi bacon, kani, tuna, unagi..and all the.. aakiiisss..). their fried rice, too, could hypnotize your sense..loL! seafood ramen and susheeeess (ebi bacon, kani, tuna, unagi..and all the.. aakiiisss..)

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  • TGIF

    Food here may be expensive but its great. The staff are friendly.One memorable here for me is our vt meet with cielo_algaeed when she was here for a brief visit. She came with her husband Abdul. Try the chicken fingers, the hand-battered chiken tenders, golden fried & served w/ french fires & coleslaw.

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  • Harbour Square

    Harbour Square is a nice area with many restaurants (e.g. Western, Japanese, Chinese etc) located at the area of the Cultural Centre of the Philippines (near to Roxas Boulevard). In fact if you are going for a trip to Corregidor Island, this place is just next to the CCP Bay Terminal where you are supposed to take the Suncruises ferry to Corregidor...

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