10 Must-Try Restaurants in Metro Manila that Just Opened this Week!


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RECENTLY OPENED
June 12 to 18, 2017

Macao Imperial Tea – Quezon City

Hailing from Macao/Macau, Macao Imperial Tea serves an extensive menu offering coffee, milk tea, tea, cream-cheese based drinks, and many more. Read our full feature here

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780 Banawe St, Quezon City
(02) 251-8867

Hao Kang Hong Kong Dessert – Manila

Hao Kang Hong Kong Desserts offers desserts and snacks from Hong Kong like Mango Cream Pomelo, Mango Ball and more. 

Also read: 15 Popular Dessert Shops to Visit On Your Next Hong Kong Trip
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No reservations accepted
Reina Regente St, Binondo, Manila

Lobster Station – Taguig

At Lobster Station, you can enjoy sandwiches like lobster rolls, crab rolls, shrimp rolls, grilled cheese paninis, and more. 

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The Fort Strip, 28th St cor 7th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(0949) 995-7063

Ikomai – Makati

Ikomai is a meeting ground for conversations with good company over gourmet Japanese comfort food with kushiage twists inspired by Japanese street food

Also read: 18 Exciting New Restaurants in Makati to Try ASAP
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G/F ACI Bldg., 147 H.V. Dela Costa St, Salcedo Village, Makati
(02) 816-4588

Ramen Kuroda – Mandaluyong

Ramen Kuroda serves authentic and affordable Japanese tonkotsu ramen using homemade noodles and quality ingredients.

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TV5 Launchpad Bldg., Reliance St cor Sheridan St, Mandaluyong

Ramen Nagi – Makati

Ramen Nagi, from Tokyo, is one of the most popular ramen joints in the country today. It allows guests to customize their own bowls from the noodles, down to the soup, and the toppings. They’re known for their specialty gourmet ramen like the Butao King and Black King.

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G/F Signa Residences, Valero cor Rufino St, Salcedo Village, Makati

Chili’s Bar and Grill – Quezon City

Chili’s is an American bar and restaurant serving their signature Southwestern-inspired dishes like burgers, fajitas, steaks, nacho as well as margaritas.

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Level 2, Lower Veranda, Robinsons Galleria, EDSA cor Ortigas, Ugong Norte, Quezon City
(02) 747-0847

Blocleaf Cafe – Manila

Blocleaf Cafe is a neighborhood cafe in Manila that serves cups of Philippine specialty coffee, pastries, and more.

Also read: 13 Cafes with Beautiful Latte Art that Will Brighten Up Your Day
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1850 M.H. Del Pilar St, Malate, Manila

Persian Avenue – Quezon City

At Persian Avenue, you can enjoy freshly-baked soft tortilla wraps filled with 100% sirloin beef, grilled boneless chicken pesto, and their specialty sauce.

Also read: 12 Best Kept Secret Restaurants in Quezon City Waiting to Be Uncovered
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4/F Trinoma Mall, EDSA cor North Ave, Quezon City

Kazunori – Makati

The people behind Yushoken Ramen and Mendokoro Ramenba bring you Kazunori, a sushi bar/cafe/restaurant that offers dishes like omurice, katsudon, and more.

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2301 Chino Roces Ave, San Lorenzo, Makati

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