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Alabang is one of those towns that’s relatively near Manila, yet so far in people’s minds. So we’re giving you 16 yummy reasons to finally push through with that food trip down South with your barkada. Some are classics, but most are new and are already our Prime partners.
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Milkbox – Alabang Town Center
Milkbox is a new dessert cafe that serves specialty coffee, ice cream, thick shakes, waffles and the newest dessert hybrid, the Wonut (Waffle + Donut). It’s the current ‘in’ place to be for over-the-top desserts and milkshakes.
The Black Pig – Commercenter
The Black Pig is inspired by a shared appreciation for two noble creatures: Spain’s black Iberico pig, known to be the finest ham in the world, and the Philippines’ own native lechon, widely regarded as our national dish. Each one has interesting origins and distinct benefits; both are delicious beyond compare and translated into each plated dish.
Ice Flower – Molito Lifestyle Mall
Ice Flower is a dessert cafe serving Korean bingsu or shaved ice garnished with fresh fruits, nuts, syrup and other toppings. Aside from the beautiful furniture, it’s the first to offer a small snow playground where customers can actually play with artificial snow.
Hog’s Breath Cafe – Filinvest
Hog’s Breath Cafe, one of Australia’s most popular steakhouses since 1989, specializes in 18-hour slow-cooked Prime Rib Steaks. Its diverse menu also includes a range of chicken and seafood dishes, ribs, burgers, pasta and more.
Neil’s Kitchen – Westgate Center
Neil’s Kitchen is a modern Filipino restaurant by Chef Neil Ramon and his partners. They serve dishes with a Pinoy twist such as their signature Sinigang and Bagoong paella and Crab Fat Palabok. Neil’s Kitchen is also home to My Father’s Bookstore, a curated Christian bookstore by Ardy Roberto and Miriam Quiambao-Roberto.
Burger Geek – Molito Lifestyle Mall
Burger Geek is a classic American cheeseburger joint that’s all about burgers, sides and milkshakes. It serves a custom blend of premium beef burgers pressed between 2 freshly baked potato buns with various toppings.
Bar Pintxos Tapas Y Mas – Don Jesus Blvd.
Bar Pintxos is a tapas bar serving authentic Spanish food. Pintxos and tapas are both snacks or small bites being served in a tavern or bar, the only main difference is pintxos is usually ‘spiked’ with a skewer or toothpick, often to a piece of bread.
Chairman Wang’s Prime Beef Noodles – Molito Lifestyle Mall
Chairman Wang’s is a casual dining restaurant from Vancouver, B.C. specializing in Taiwan-style hand-pulled noodles and other Taiwan specialties. Their noodles are available dry or with soup.
Mati’s Meat & Bread – Festival
Mati’s is a casual American steakhouse serving ribeye angus steaks, pizza, sandwiches, tacos, and signature starters. One of its most unique offerings is the Balut Aligue. Mati’s is the younger brother of Melo’s, owned by 2nd generation owners, Paul and Caron Macasaet. It is named after their son, Mateo.
Seoul Koreana – Westgate Center
Seoul Koreana is your typical Korean restaurant–simple interiors, wooden tables, smokeless grills, unlimited sidings and simple home-cooked style Korean dishes. Bulgogi, Dak Galbi, Yukgaejang (Spicy Beef Soup) and Haemil pajeon (seafood pancake), Grilled Pork Loin are some of its bestsellers.
Reservations are accepted
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301 Westgate, Alabang-Zapote Rd.,Alabang, Muntinlupa
+63 2 771-1104
The Boiling Seafood – Alabang Town Center
The Boiling Seafood is a shack of all things seafood–shrimps, crabs, clams, and mussels, all of which can be cooked in different sauces such as sweet chili garlic, butter garlic, cajun, coconut curry and crab fat (aligue). While all seem to be happy with the sauces, the most popular ones are the butter garlic and crab fat.
Caviar – Westgate Center
Caviar is a French fine dining restaurant that provides a serene and intimate space where guests can escape from the real world and relax, drink great wine and enjoy great tasting food.
The Belly Rub – Commercenter
The Belly Rub offers modern American comfort food that takes inspirations from Asian and Latin cuisine. Signature dishes include the Boneless Pork Belly, Salpicao with Blue Cheese. Peruvian Roast Chicken and Sous Vide Beef Brisket.
LASA Bistro – Commercenter
Lasa, meaning ‘flavor’, is a Filipino restaurant serving bold and flavorful Filipino comfort dishes with a twist. Kare-kareng Crispy Tadyang, Thai inspired crispy tilapia and sisig are some of its bestsellers.
Sushi Ninja – Westgate Center
Sushi Ninja is currently one of Alabang’s best kept secret restaurants. It remains quiet amidst social media frenzies, but consistently offers bold and authentic Japanese flavors in different forms of sushi and sushi rolls. Some of its menu highlights include: Spicy salmon salad, Mentaiko Udon, Okinawa-Toshi and Oedo-Toshi.
Mang Raul’s BBQ Haus – CRM Ave.
Mang Raul’s is the South people’s go-to place for barbecue and other Pinoy street food. Indulge in hot-off-the-grill pork BBQ, isaw baboy, isaw manok, tenga, hotdog and more. They even serve rice. P.S. Mang Raul’s doesn’t deliver but they accept bulk orders 2 days in advanced. (While it is not exactly in Alabang, it borders Alabang so we’re sharing it as a bonus!)
No reservations accepted
CRM Avenue (beside Holy Family Church), BF Almanza II, Las Pinas
+63 920 612-2150
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