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    Zong: Chinese Fusion Restaurant at West Gate (2)

    by machomikemd Written Jul 16, 2012
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    part two of my tips with more pictures of the food.

    Zong is a Chinese Cantonese Restaurant in the West Gate Center part of Alabang that offers fusion Cantonese Cuisine by their famed hong kong chefs. the resto is easily the one of the most popular dining area in West Gate and it always packed with diners at lunch and dinner times. They have their own interpretation of classic cantonese dishes and other asian cuisines (like singaporean, malaysian, filipino) that tickles the senses. Among their best sellers are the hot and sour soup, steamed vegetable dumpling and caramelized pork loi.

    according to their website:

    Our kitchens are devoted to serving up familiar Chinese fare infused with modern style. We take pride in creating innovative dishes by seamlessly blending time-honored preparation techniques with exuberant, new approaches. We have on our menu, for example, bestselling signature reinventions like the Singapore-Style Fish Fillet and the Chicken with Salted Egg.

    Our guests can always expect an enhanced, alternative Chinese dining experience at Zong. We are constantly seeking ways to develop spirited and exciting recipes so you can be sure that there is always something new to try on our menu.

    Operating Hours
    Open Everyday:, Lunch 11:00am to 3:00pm, Dinner 6:00pm to 11:00pm

    Favorite Dish: they have an extensive collection of traditional chinese dishes and fusion dishes of filipino, singaporean and malaysian cuisines like the singaporean spicy fish fillet at 438 pesos an order, roast suckling pig at 1.300 pesos for a 1/4 order, steamed shrimp tofu at 450 pesos an order. drinks start a 80 pesos for a can of soda to 120 pesos for their in house iced tea.

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    Zong: Chinese Fusion Restaurant at West Gate (1)

    by machomikemd Written Jul 16, 2012
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    This will be a two part tip with more pictures of the food.

    Zong is a Chinese Cantonese Restaurant in the West Gate Center part of Alabang that offers fusion Cantonese Cuisine by their famed hong kong chefs. the resto is easily the one of the most popular dining area in West Gate and it always packed with diners at lunch and dinner times. They have their own interpretation of classic cantonese dishes and other asian cuisines (like singaporean, malaysian, filipino) that tickles the senses. Among their best sellers are the hot and sour soup, steamed vegetable dumpling and caramelized pork loi.

    according to their website:

    Our kitchens are devoted to serving up familiar Chinese fare infused with modern style. We take pride in creating innovative dishes by seamlessly blending time-honored preparation techniques with exuberant, new approaches. We have on our menu, for example, bestselling signature reinventions like the Singapore-Style Fish Fillet and the Chicken with Salted Egg.

    Our guests can always expect an enhanced, alternative Chinese dining experience at Zong. We are constantly seeking ways to develop spirited and exciting recipes so you can be sure that there is always something new to try on our menu.

    Operating Hours
    Open Everyday:, Lunch 11:00am to 3:00pm, Dinner 6:00pm to 11:00pm

    Favorite Dish: they have an extensive collection of traditional chinese dishes and fusion dishes of filipino, singaporean and malaysian cuisines like the singaporean spicy fish fillet at 438 pesos an order, roast suckling pig at 1.300 pesos for a 1/4 order, steamed shrimp tofu at 450 pesos an order. drinks start a 80 pesos for a can of soda to 120 pesos for their in house iced tea.

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    Giligan's Island & Restaurant Bar: Open until late

    by nixca316 Updated Jul 4, 2012

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    Everyone deserves a second chance. The last time I've eaten in this branch I was disappointed with the very bland oysters and the lackluster food. I compared this branch with the other branches, et cetera, et cetera.

    I was so glad to be back here and boy, was I glad to give them a try again.

    The food and service has improved a lot. Thank goodness!

    The steaks are juicy, the fish is succulent, the appetizers are really appetizing.

    They also serve with a smile. I know, I know...they are just doing their jobs, but still, not everyone does their job well.



    All major credit cards are accepted

    Sundays: 11:00 am - 12:00 mn
    Monday to Saturday: 11:00 am - 3:00 am

    Favorite Dish: Calamares Fritos

    Baked Mussels

    Crispy Crablets

    Kilawin Tanigue

    Yakitori

    Tenderloin Salpicao (Medium well)

    Mozzarella sticks with tomato salsa

    Grilled pusit

    Grilled Blue Marlin

    Kare-kareng gulay

    Oysters (Yes, at first we were disappointed, but now, we love them!)

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    Melo's -Westgate: Scrumptious food, romantic ambiance, & gr8 service

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 30, 2012

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    We've been fans of Melo's since the late 1980's. I fondly remember the joint celebrations of my uncle and auntie in October...the mouthwatering beef and other delectable delights were favorites during the last of my teen-aged years. From Pasay Road, to P. Guevara, and Greenbelt (If I remember it correctly, Melo's Greenbelt was somewhere near where Starbucks Greenbelt I is), we loved our visits to Melo's.

    It's sad that I don't have digitized pictures of the first years and the more recent ones are with my friends(please send me copies). The others are in my files(something's wrong with the external drive, I'm still trying fix it...I was able to save a lot of pictures from different folders already).

    Anyways, I'm not here to talk about blasts from the past, but this branch at Westgate.

    This branch has a romantic setting and perfect lighting. It's a place where one could plan the perfect proposal or celebrate one's anniversary.

    Mom celebrated her 70 something year and we enjoyed everything.

    They even sang for her and gave her a chocolate cake with a lit candle to blow. The very, very delicious moist cake with a butterfly design was from Sweet Bella Cakes and Pastries, owned and managed by Melo's eldest daughter, Tintin(Cristina Santiago Rivera), who is also one of the managers of the restaurant chain.

    This branch, by the way, is managed and operated by Paul and Caron Macasaet. Caron(Ma. Carolina Santiago Macasaet) is also one of Melo's four daughters and was a playmate of mine, but we haven't seen each other since the 80's and Melo's was not even existing yet. If not for FB, I would just wonder how she is. I am very glad that she's doing a great job in all her businesses.

    All four Santiago sisters(Cristina, Carmina, Carolina and Camille) are making their father proud in handling the ins and outs of their businesses.

    Melo's-Home of Certified Angus Beef and Wagyu FB Page

    Favorite Dish: I think I can surely say that they have the best beefs in town. The way they cook them, prepare them, all the ingredients, and the love they put into it, would surely make the best steaks in this neck of the woods...the foie gras is to die for!

    The seafood is also cooked with the same love and effort, making them very, very "juicy".

    Sweet Bella creations (the desserts) shouldn't be missed.

    and The Waldorf Salad with Duck Breasts is divine.

    I'm so happy that they published the recipe so here it is:

    Waldorf Salad with Duck Breast

    This recipe makes enough for one large serving or two small servings. For a larger serving, increase the amount of ingredients proportionately.

    1 duck breast (or substitute chicken breast)
    1-2 tbsp cooking oil
    50 g mixed lettuce (assorted lettuce leaves such as romaine, bibb, etc.)
    2 tbsp roughly chopped walnuts
    2 tbsp raisins
    1red apple, cubed
    3-4 tbsp mayonnaise
    Cranberry salad dressing

    For the cranberry salad dressing: Makes about 1 cup
    1c canned cranberry sauce (see note)*
    1c water
    1 tbsp sugar

    Pan fry duck breast in oil then slice thinly into serving pieces. Arrange lettuce leaves in a salad bowl. Spread duck breast over lettuce. Scatter the walnuts, raisins and apples over lettuce. Add mayonnaise and toss to coat the ingredients.

    Drizzle with cranberry dressing. Serve with grilled lamb chops or with steak.

    To make cranberry salad dressing: Combine cranberry sauce, water and sugar in a saucepan. Heat while stirring, until cranberry liquefies and mixture is smooth. Drizzle as much as desired over the salad. Store any leftover dressing in a covered container in the refrigerator.

    Note: For its cranberry salad dressing, Melo's uses bottled cranberry sauce. However, this may not always be available. You can use the canned jellied cranberry sauce available at supermarkets and follow the recipe above to make the cranberry dressing.

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    Grams Diner-Alabang: The joy of feeling young

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 29, 2012

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    One of our guy friends highly recommended this place because of the serving and according to him, there was value for money. We were mostly girls when we visited the place so our views kind of differed from him.

    What I like most about it is the fact that it made me feel young. Maybe it's the way the interiors were decorated, the menu, and the place mats were designed. I felt like a tween.

    The service?

    Not really great, but they are nice.


    Grams Diner FB page

    Favorite Dish: There are no favorites because all the food that we've eaten here could be found in other diners and probably even taste better. Still, they deserve to be visited because of the atmosphere of the place.

    It somehow gives you a happy feeling just being there and food could be only secondary.

    The food tastes good, don't get me wrong, but the "wow" factor is sorta kinda missing.

    For a place to click, there should be something to memorable and for me, it's the Diner itself, because it's what brought a smile to my face.

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    The Lobby-Acacia Hotel Manila: Good food, great service!

    by nixca316 Updated Jun 28, 2012

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    Efficiently served by very beautiful and courteous ladies named Abby and Mina, we felt like royalty even if we were casually dressed.

    One thing I liked about their service is, that even if they were very alert and attended to our every need, they gave us space and time to think.

    The lounge music is also world class. The ones providing them are respected musicians in the country, and not just some people pulled from the street.

    They are open from morning until midnight.

    Mode of payment: Cash and major credit cards

    Favorite Dish: No favorites yet, but we loved the ones we tried: The Fillet Mignon, the halibut, the Norwegian Salmon, the New Zealand Mussels, etc. We love the cakes, drinks, and even the Filipino favorites.

    Honestly, I've tasted better food and seen better plating, but they are competitive enough. Besides, they are still experiencing "birth pains" and are getting the hang of it.

    When service is great, food tastes better than it actually does, but I'm not saying that without the great service their food is bad. They are quite delicious too. Kudos to Abby and Mina! These girls have a bright future ahead of them.

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    North Park: Fast Casual Chinese Restaurant

    by machomikemd Written Mar 21, 2012
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    North Park is a chain of Chinese Restaurant and Noodle House that have several branches along the Metro Manila Area. It is easily one of the more popular Fast Casual Chinese Restaurant in the city that caters to both Chinese Filipinos and Filipinos Alike and the prices here are on the Easy side since they don't serve the Chinese Lauriat Meals like in fine dining chinese restaurants. They have a wide selection of fast chinese cantonese noodle, both the sacue type and the soup stock type and have a large selection of dimsums and dumplings and rice bowl type of dishes. Their assorted chinese fried rice are a hit. This is their branch in Makati Supermarket in Alabang.

    Opens 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday

    Favorite Dish: assorted dimsums and dumplings like the siomai at 80 pesos per order, hakaw at 100 pesos per order. Sauce type of noodles at 260 pesos for a large order. rice bowl type of meals like soy chicken at 160 pesos an order. fried rice like the yang chow fried rice at 190 pesos an order.

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    Teriyaki Boy: Fast Casual Japanese Food Restuarant

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 21, 2012
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    Teriyaki Boy is a fast casual type of japanese Restaurant in the philippines. It is easily one of the more popular fast casual restaurant and has several branches across the country. It's menu is typical Japanese and the price here is on the middle side since it doesn't serve kaiseki Meals or other high price japanee food items like fugu or wagyu. This branch is located at the makati south supermarket area in Alabang.

    opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday.

    Favorite Dish: A lot, their Teriyaki Chicken made of boneless chicken thighs with a big bowl of white rice is to die for and it costs 180 pesos an order. Shrimp Tempura orders costs 400 pesos for 6 and 750 pesos for 12 pieces. Gindara Teriyaki from cod fish will cost 450 pesos an order. Bento Meals cost from 250 to 400 depending on the type of viand.

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    Jelly G Drink: Thai Milk Tea and More

    by machomikemd Written Mar 16, 2012

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    Jelly G Drink (has it's special, the Thai Milk tea) is a chain of refreshment carts around shopping malls in metro manila that offers assorted asian and thai milk teas and bubble teas and coffee and grass jelly drinks. It is located inside the food court of Alabang Town Center at the third level in the atrium area.

    according to it's facebook page:

    JELLY G is the only drink brand in the market that serves authentic, creamy and perfectly blended THAI milk tea.

    Thai Milk Tea, which originated in Thailand, is the main product of Jelly G. It is popular for its deep amber color of the tea and its milk-tinted layer. The combination of strongly-steeped tea, dairy and sugar make it a perfect complement to refresh ones thirst.

    Apart from Thai Milk Tea, other variations of Tea, Coffee and Fruit Juices are also available. All these drinks are fresh and natural. Tea leaves and coffee grounded beans are freshly steeped, guaranteeing each customers of the drink’s vividness. Fruit juices are made from puree, preserving its natural flavour and fruitfulness. Each drink is then sweetened and blended to reach its creaminess. To enhance and heighten its taste and visual appeal, grass jelly is added that intensifies the richness of the authentic Jelly G drink.

    Consequently, each Jelly G drink has its own health benefits. Tea and coffee have been widely known to have valuable nutrients and health benefits. Since Jelly G is authentic, natural and fresh, customers would be assured that each drink would give their body good nutrients and proper nutrition.

    At present, Jelly G has four existing branches:
    Food Choices, Glorietta 4
    3rd Level, Activity Center, Market! Market!
    Upper Ground, Main Mall, SM North Edsa
    2nd Level, SM City Manila.

    Favorite Dish: A large thai milk tea glass will cost 80 pesos an order and you can load assorted sinkers like grass jelly, seaweed jelly, tapiocal pearls and nata de coco. A Small glass will cost 60 pesos.

    opens 10:00 am to 9:00 pm everyday

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    P.F. CHANGS: American-Chinese Food Comes to the Philippines (2)

    by machomikemd Written Mar 14, 2012
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    Part Two of my PF Changs Tip with more Pictures.


    Typical American Chinese Food is now in the Philippines!!!!!

    Newly Opened (last January 19, 2012) PF Changs is a typical americanized chinese food type of fast service restaurant with a twist, having a full bar at the same time. PF Chang's is the most sucessful americanized chinese cuisine restaurant in the mainland and has more then 130 stores. PF Changs is the epitome of the American-Chinese Cuisine (differentiated from chinese cuisine by making veggies as garnishings instead of being the main draw as the same as meats. American Chinese food is also more sweet, fried and has more quantities of sauces and the ubiqitous Fortune Cookie, which is NOT AVAILABLE in CHINA!, hey it is a Japanese American invention) PF CHANGS is the number one Chinese Bar cum restaurant in America. The chain was founded in Scottsdale, Arizona in 1993 by Paul Fleming and Philip Chiang. The restaurants serve American Chinese cuisine from a menu originally conceived and planned by chef Philip Chiang. "P. F. Chang's" is the namesake of Paul Fleming (P. F.) and Philip Chiang (whose surname is simplified to Chang.). This Branch is their first in the Asian Region excluding the middle east.

    (see my san diego and boston pages of PF Changs for comparison)

    Hours
    Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
    Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
    Sun: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    It is competing with many authentic Chinese Restaurants in the Alabang area. The placed is packed full of crowds everyday since many people are curios about the difference between chinese food and Americanizd-Chinese Food!

    Favorite Dish: PF Chang’s chicken lettuce wraps are good, quickly cooked spiced chicken served with cool lettuce cups; crab wontons filled with creamy rock crab meat served with a spicy plum sauce on the side and it costs 285 pesos an order; and Sichuan chicken flatbread, Chinese scallion flatbread grilled with Sichuan marinated chicken, layered with melted cheese and served with a creamy Asian slaw but my favorite are the stir fried large scallops (not available at PF Changs Philippines, only the Stir Fried Shrimps) at 600 pesos an order. Wok Seared Beef at 895 pesos an order and the hot and sour soup at 300 pesos an order.

    No Fortune Cookie here since again, fortune cookie is not a Chinese Invention but a japanese american invention. The Menu of PF Changs Philippines and in the USA is about th same, save for my favorite scallops, which are not available in the philippines!

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    P.F. CHANGS: American-Chinese Food Comes to the Philippines (1)

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 14, 2012
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    Typical American Chinese Food is now in the Philippines!!!!!

    This will be a two part tip with more pictures.

    Newly Opened (last January 19, 2012) PF Changs is a typical americanized chinese food type of fast service restaurant with a twist, having a full bar at the same time. PF Chang's is the most sucessful americanized chinese cuisine restaurant in the mainland and has more then 130 stores. PF Changs is the epitome of the American-Chinese Cuisine (differentiated from chinese cuisine by making veggies as garnishings instead of being the main draw as the same as meats. American Chinese food is also more sweet, fried and has more quantities of sauces and the ubiqitous Fortune Cookie, which is NOT AVAILABLE in CHINA!, hey it is a Japanese American invention) PF CHANGS is the number one Chinese Bar cum restaurant in America. The chain was founded in Scottsdale, Arizona in 1993 by Paul Fleming and Philip Chiang. The restaurants serve American Chinese cuisine from a menu originally conceived and planned by chef Philip Chiang. "P. F. Chang's" is the namesake of Paul Fleming (P. F.) and Philip Chiang (whose surname is simplified to Chang.). This Branch is their first in the Asian Region excluding the middle east.

    (see my san diego and boston pages of PF Changs for comparison)

    Hours
    Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm
    Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 1:00 am
    Sun: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

    It is competing with many authentic Chinese Restaurants in the Alabang area. The placed is packed full of crowds everyday since many people are curios about the difference between chinese food and Americanizd-Chinese Food!

    Favorite Dish: PF Chang’s chicken lettuce wraps are good, quickly cooked spiced chicken served with cool lettuce cups; crab wontons filled with creamy rock crab meat served with a spicy plum sauce on the side and it costs 285 pesos an order; and Sichuan chicken flatbread, Chinese scallion flatbread grilled with Sichuan marinated chicken, layered with melted cheese and served with a creamy Asian slaw but my favorite are the stir fried large scallops (not available at PF Changs Philippines, only the Stir Fried Shrimps) at 600 pesos an order. Wok Seared Beef at 895 pesos an order and the hot and sour soup at 300 pesos an order.

    No Fortune Cookie here since again, fortune cookie is not a Chinese Invention but a japanese american invention. The Menu of PF Changs Philippines and in the USA is about th same, save for my favorite scallops, which are not available in the philippines!

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    Misato: Japanese Restaurant in Molito Commercial Center

    by machomikemd Updated Mar 14, 2012
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    Misato is a casual Japanese Restaurant that started in Metrowalk Mall in Pasig City. It has branched out to the Chic Alabang area and I heard that it is one of the more popular restos in the mall and is opened for 5 years already. They serve the usual japanese fare like the assorted sushis and sashimis and the assorted bento boxes and the teppanyaki and other japanese dishes.

    According to Their Blogpost:

    Misato originates from a japanese word which means "a beautiful place". Misato has been operating for more than 5 years now and has been known for its world-class service, clean, cozy and beautiful japanese ambiance and most of all, for its delicious japanese foods that will keep you coming back.

    Favorite Dish: assorted sushi orders like the tuna sushi will cost 300 pesos an order, A Shrimp Tempura order will cost 400 pesos an order. A bento box will cost 350 pesos an order.

    Opens: 11:00 am to 10:00 everyday

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    Old Spaghetti House: Spaghetti & More!

    by cyndymc Written Nov 19, 2011
    Spaghetti With Carbonara Sauce
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    The Old Spaghetti House is one of my hubby's favorite restaurants. He likes their spaghetti and other pastas in specialty sauces. I like the ambience of the restaurant, their cozy couches, the beautiful glass-stained lamps, their quaint interior decor and more importantly, their service. When you enter the Old Spaghetti House, it's like coming home to a relaxing kitchen nook, looking forward to freshly cooked food.

    Favorite Dish: caesar's salad, spaghetti with carbonara sauce

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    Bistro del Cielo: Friendly Staff, Great Food Choices

    by AusPinay Updated Nov 16, 2011
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    This place serves buffet brekky which is a bit different from what i have seen in many hotels and cruise ships I've tried. The food is not so over the top that you get overwhelmed with choices. But then the food are nourishing enough, with soup, rice and/or pasta dishes with choices of seafood/fish, meat like chicken, pork and beef and even lamb with a variety of cuisines and style of cooking catered for- Filipino of course, continental and western style with pancakes, made to order egg dishes, Indian style basmati rice, and many more.The ingredients are freshly sourced and their baked goods are soem of the best I'ved tasted especially their pandan flavoured coconut and ube muffins and the chocolate and walnut cupcakes which are good also not just as dessert but for snacks.

    Favorite Dish: I love the soups and the muffins! The dishes are okay but the baked goods stand out. The many hotels and cruise ships I've been to (cruises to times so far) have very different styles and great variety but Bistro del Cielo's homely and cosy ambience probably make the difference!At the buffet brekky though it will really be nice to vary the soup menus- like serving healthy minestrone, asparagus, pumpkin, and other healthy soups not just mushroom soup (I had this a few times in the brekky buffet in three separate occasions).

    The menus are also satisfactory in my opinion but they can do with seasonal changes and probably can add other cuisines like Korean or Japanese cuisines which I missed terribly in my trip. I love ramen and soba noodles and would have wanted some noodle soup dishes in the menu and more salad dishes for the health conscious -fresh garden salad, plain potato or even caesar or nicoise salad, etc.

    I wish to thank the staff headed by Des Manalo the Food and Beverage Manager of Parque Espana and also the wait staff at Bistro del Cielo- Eric and Josh especially and the chefs and other workers there for a job well done! You are the reason why the hotel is a success! Keep up the good work!

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    Cafe D' Asie: Chic Restaurant Buffett of Bellevue

    by machomikemd Updated Apr 18, 2011
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    it has an international assortment of foods and digestifs and also have steak specials hence it one of the best restaurants in Manila According to Philippine Tatler. buffett prices start at 1,600 Pesos at lunch and dinner.

    Favorite Dish: the USDA Boned in Rib eye steak! and a way lot more!

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