Don’t sleep on Eastwood!
Caught between Quezon City and Pasig, Eastwood might not have the nightlife rep that it used to- but you better believe their still bringing the heat when it comes to some of the best places to dine in the Metro!
From authentic Indian dining to perfect places to go before, after, or during your barkada inuman, rediscover Eastwood and find some underrated gems just waiting to be discovered!
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Royal Indian Curry House (R.I.C.H.) – Eastwood Citywalk 1
One of the most known and frequently visited Indian restaurants in Poblacion, Makati has now made a home in Quezon City! Also known as R.I.C.H., they serve ultimately authentic Indian cuisine and their menu is extensive. You can read our full feature here.
Recommended dishes: Chicken Tikka, Samosa, Mutton Biryani
Get P100 off your bill at their Poblacion and SM Mall of Asia branches!
Livestock Restaurant & Bar – Eastwood Citywalk 1
Livestock Restaurant & Bar specializes in pork dishes inspired from various cuisines like Balsamic Lechon Paksiw, Coffee Bourbon Ribs, and Pork Tenderloin with Charred Chimichurri. However, they’re best known for their Melts-in-Your-Mouth Crispy Pasta — the crispiest, most tender crispy pata you’ll ever taste. You can even slice it with a popsicle stick!
Recommended dishes: Melts-in-Your-Mouth Crispy Pata, Crackling Pork Belly, Grilled Lamb Ribs
Locavore Kitchen x Drinks – 1880 Building
Locavore serves locally grown and produced Filipino dishes with a French touch from Chef Mikel Zaguirre, former head chef of La Regalade. The open kitchen and industrial interiors adds to the modern hipster vibe of the restaurant.
Recommended dishes: Pho Lalo, Sisig, Kare-Kare Wings
Señor Pollo – multiple branches
Señor Pollo is a Latin American restaurant and bar, from the same team behind El Chupacabra, specializing in fried and roast chicken as well as bar bites.
Recommended dishes: Crispy Chicken Sisig, Grilled Chicken, Senor Pollo Roast
Salamangka – Eastwood Citywalk 1
Offering coffee and drinks no matter what time of day it is, Salamangka offers a Filipino twist to both the cocktails that they offer as well as the dishes that go well with the drinks.
Recommended dishes: Vegan Nachos, Corned Beef Mac and Cheese, Pritong Tapa
Katsu Sora – Eastwood Mall
Katsu Sora is the master of everything katsu and curry. Specializing in tonkatsu, breaded pork cutlets, deep-fried to perfection, they offer 4 types of premium meat: Iberico, Kurobuta, Simofuri, and Sakura, all are promised to be marbled, textured, and tender.
Recommended dishes: Kurobuta Pork Tonkatsu Set, Chicken Katsu Set, Ebi Furai Curry Set
Johnny Kahuku’s Hawaiian Shrimphouse – Eastwood Mall
Owned by restaurateur Raymund Magdaluyo and celebrity chef Peter Ayson, this is a Hawaiian-inspired restaurant that invokes a fresh and laidback vibe, as if you’re out hanging by the beach.
Recommended dishes: Special Seafood Poke, Classic Kahuku Shrimp Truck, Crab Palabok, Conchinillo
Get P100 off your bill!
Soban K-Town Grill – Eastwood Mall
Inspired by K-Town communities in the US, leave it to this modern restaurant to come up with exciting fusion dishes like Korean Tapsilog, Kimchi Fries, or Korean burritos— dubbed Korritos. More importantly, they’ve set out to put bold, new and delicious flavors in traditional K-BBQ using only the choicest cuts of beef, pork and chicken.
Recommended dishes: 6-Flavor Samgyupsal, Korrito, Kimchi Fries
Ippudo – Excelsior Building
Ippudo is a Japanese restaurant that serves up simple Japanese dishes as well as specializes in Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen. Their ramen bowls are globally acclaimed and their specialty bowls are known to be more delicate and creamier than other kinds of ramen broths.
Recommended dishes: Okonomiyaki, Nanban Karaage, Karake-Ramen
Sambo Kojin – Eastwood Citywalk 1
Can’t choose between Korean or Japanese grill and dishes? Don’t worry and enjoy instead at Sambo Kojin, an eat-all-you-can restaurant that offers up Japanese Yakiniku, Korean BBQ, and Japanese/Korean appetizers.
Recommended dishes: Menchi Katsu, Beef Enoki Rolls, Assorted Sushi
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Eastwood Citywalk 1, Libis, Quezon City
(02) 421 0145; (02) 421 0146; (0917) 316 0144; (0939) 934 0144