Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Pasay for May 2018


Pasay can’t get enough ribs.

Check out the top 10 most loved restaurants this month in Pasay, based on user favorites from Booky, the #1 food app in the Philippines.

10. Tori Ichi Yakitori and Bar – SM Mall of Asia

238 Favorites
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Tori Ichi is a Japanese restaurant offering a wide variety of authentic Japanese yakitoris grilled with the use of Japanese Binchotan. It’s for people who are craving some grilled Japanese goodness. It’s not for those who have a disliking for Japanese food. We recommend their yakitori sets to get a diverse set of sticks to really get your fill. Our insider tip is aside from yakitori, Tori Ichi offers other authentic Japanese food like sashimi, sushi, and ramen.


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2/F Ayala Malls The 30th, 30 Meralco Ave, Ortigas, Pasig
(02) 573-9708

9. Elait – SM Mall of Asia

245 Favorites
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Elait, which came from the word “lait” (milk in French) and “elate” (to fill with joy or pride), offers artisanal rolled ice cream and yogurt. It’s for those who love the novelty of ice cream cylinders. It’s not for you if you prefer ice cream by the scoop . We recommend any of their best-selling and unique flavors like Salted Egg, Strawberry Trifle and Bacon Brickle. Insider tip: With Booky, you can enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Chocnut Dinosaur worth P180!


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Level 2, North Wing, SM Mall of Asia, Entertainment Mall, Pasay

8. Yabu – SM Mall of Asia

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Yabu is a homegrown Japanese concept that specializes in all things katsu. Their Kurobuta Pork set is the most popular item on the menu and comes with unlimited rice, cabbage salad and fruits. It’s for people with huge appetites, good All You Can Eat strategies, and a taste for Japanese food. It’s not for people who don’t eat a lot. We recommend the Kurobuta Premium set. Our insider tip: Enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 Mozzarella Katsu Sticks with Booky!

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2/F Corte de Las Palmas, Alabang Town Center, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(02) 521 – 4091

7. Four Seasons Hotpot City – SM by the Bay

267 Favorites
Last month’s #4

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From the group that created Vikings Luxury Buffet and NIU by Vikings comes a new hotpot buffet concept. Designed with a lavish and modern market interior, Four Seasons Hotpot City serves a wide assortment of fresh and healthy ingredients, and a number of appetizers, mains and desserts. It’s for foodies looking for a unique hotpot experience in a grand buffet style setting. It’s not for people who easily gets full. We recommend you visit on your birthday to dine for free, but you must bring a friend. Our insider tip is the VIP rooms give each customer a personal hotpot to cook with. Get more insider tips at Four Seasons here.


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Bldg E, SM by the Bay, SM Mall of Asia, Pasay
(02) 831-7777

6. Gumbo – SM Mall of Asia

279 Favorites
Last month’s 6

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Gumbo, A Taste of New Orleans, a casual dining restaurant that provides extra ordinary atmosphere of fun, quality food, best service and cleanliness. Fill your senses with the authentic taste of Cajun and Creole cooking such as freshly caught seafood’s, tender and juicy steaks and ribs, a variety of pasta and pizza dishes and whole lot more. It’s a place for big group get-togethers. It’s not for people who are on a diet. We recommend the Bourbon-style Baby Back Ribs, Cajun Fried Chicken, Seafood Jambalaya and Seafood Gumbo. Insider tip: It has 6 branches in the Metro which offers up to P500 off when you book through Booky!


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2/F SM Mall of Asia, Entertainment Mall, Seaside Blvd, Pasay
(02) 556-0092

5. Llaollao – SM Mall of Asia

278 Favorites
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Llaollao (pronounced as ‘yao yao’) is a Spanish frozen yogurt brand, which started in 2009 and now has over a hundred branches in Spain alone. llaollao is best known for their Sanum cups topped with fresh seasonal fruits, sauces, and crunchy toppings. It’s for people craving a quick sweet with a lot of topping options. It’s not for savory eats or big meals. We recommend the Split Smoothie and Golden Plus Smoothie.

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2/F Alabang Town Center, Alabang Zapote Road, Alabang, Muntinlupa
(0917) 708 9614

4. Burgoo – SM Mall of Asia

568 Favorites
Last month’s #5

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Founded in 1999, Burgoo is a casual dining restaurant that specializes in American cuisine serving comfort food favorites like ribs, wings, pastas and shakes. Fun fact: The name ‘Burgoo’ refers to a spicy stew dish from Kentucky that is often served with cornbread or corn muffins. It’s for big groups, serving sizes are for sharing. It’s not for people watching their calorie intake. We recommend their shrimp and ribs platter, Pasta Diane, Seafood Jambalaya and famous Mississippi Mudpie. Our insider tip: Despite being an American bar, Burgoo is actually kid friendly. Crayons are provided to keep everyone busy and creative while waiting for their orders. Read our full feature here.


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2/F SM Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay
(02) 556-0092

3. Dohtonbori – SM Mall of Asia

444 Favorites
Last month’s #9

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All the way from Tokyo, Dohtonbori is Japan’s #1 okonomiyaki restaurant chain that offers the first cook-your-own okonomiyaki experience in Manila. It has over 300 stores in Japan, with branches in Thailand and Taiwan and this is its second branch in the Philippines. It’s for foodies who enjoy DIY meals, don’t worry the servers can also cook for you. It’s not for people who prefer American-style pancakes. We recommend the Ultimate Cheese Okonomiyaki, Deluxe Okonomiyaki, Four-Cheese Pizza, and their premium yakiniku. Our insider tip: You can also book and get discounts at their Greenhills or SM North branches.

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2/F SM Mall of Asia, Entertainment Mall, Ocean Dr, Pasay
(02) 889-0587

2. Vikings – SM by the Bay

509 Favorites
Last month’s #6

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Vikings Luxury Buffet opened its first branch in the Mall of Asia complex in 2011. Five years and 9 branches later, it is now considered the Philippines’ largest luxury buffet chain. This homegrown brand has expanded all around Metro Manila, the Visayas and Mindanao (full feature here). It’s for families and groups who are looking to celebrate special occasions affordably. It’s not for people who prefer the quiet and relaxed ambiance of a hotel buffet. Our insider tips are (1) Visit on your birthday month for a free meal. Don’t forget to bring a valid ID. (2) Avail P500 off any day at SM JazzSM Marikina, and SM BF branches when you book a table thru Booky.

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SM By The Bay, Mall of Asia Complex, Seaside Blvd., Pasay
(02) 656-3888

1. Gringo – SM Mall of Asia

516 Favorites
Last month’s #3

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Gringo is a homegrown restaurant serving Latin American and Tex-Mex specialties such as ribs, chicken, burritos and more. It’s a quick and casual concept brought to us by the same group behind the Tokyo Bubble Tea franchise. It’s for office goers’ lunch breaks, quick bites and afterwork drinks. It’s not for foodies looking for many rice meal options. We recommend the Southern Spice Chicken, Gringo Baby Back Ribs, Truffle Queso Quesadilla, Crispy Taco. Our insider tip is they also have kids menu for the little ones.


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G/F SM Mall of Asia Annex, MAAX, Pasay
(02) 807-6122

Your buds count so remember to cast your votes by adding restaurants you love to your ‘Favorites’ list. Each favorite equates to one vote! For restaurant owners, email support@phonebooky.com for any update or changes in your restaurant page information.

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