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This is the list for every types of foodie. Whether you’re an early bird or a late-night owl, there’s a place for you right here. Check out these Metro Manila restaurants that are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to serve you, literally, whenever you get hungry.
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Kanto Freestyle Breakfast – Tomas Morato
Kanto Style Breakfast serves Filipino breakfast favorites 24/7. They are the modern and upgraded tapsihan/carinderia, which allows customers to build their own plates by the piece.
Recommended dishes: New Zealand Beef Tapa (₱125), Chocnut Champorado Topped with Tuyo (₱90), Oreo Cookie Butter Pancakes (₱110)
Since 1984, this 24/7 affordable restaurant has been loved by many for their Rufo’s Famous Tapa, their very own tapsilog with its signature sweet and creamy sauce. They even say that ‘sauce pa lang, ulam na!’. For only a small amount, you can order an extra serving of their famous sauce.
Insider Tip: Only selected branches are 24/7.
Señor Pollo – Eastwood
Señor Pollo Philippines is the home of the ‘Famous Latin Chicken’ and second brainchild of the team behind El Chupacabra. It specializes in tender roast and fried chicken plates served with lots of side dishes, as well as other bar bites. Eastwood is its only 24/7 branch.
Recommended dishes: Crispy Chicken Sisig (₱290), Grilled Chicken (₱199), Senor Pollo Roast - Half with 2 sides (₱380)
High Grounds Cafe – Tomas Morato
High Grounds Cafe is the Philippines ‘ first and biggest online gaming cafe. With over 100 computer units and up to 500mbps connection speed, it’s a great place for an all-nighter with your friends and family. Aside from the gaming arena, a cafe with free Wi-Fi is also open 24/7 for non-gamers looking for a place to work or study.
Notable dishes they offer: Pulled Chicken Nachos (₱280), Mini Burgers (₱350), Salted Egg Carbonara (₱320), Roasted Pork Belly in Apple Teriyaki Sauce (₱430)
Mister Kabab – West Ave.
Mister Kabab West Ave. is the only 24/7 branch. It is a Middle Eastern and Mediterranean restaurant most famous for their affordable kababs, shawarma wraps, yogurt shake and ox brains.
Recommended dishes: Beef Special Chelo Kabab (₱205), Chicken Barbecue (₱180), Sizzling Lamb Chop (₱320), Chicken Special Chelo Kabab (₱185)
Angus Tapa Centrale – Tomas Morato / Malingap St.
Angus Tapa Centrale is a popular tapsilog joint to its nearby residents and late night diners. They serve 100% pure imported USDA-Certified Organic Angus beef so you get the best quality at an affordable price!
Recommended dishes: Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies (₱15/pc), Classic Sansrival (₱195), 2 pcs. Fried Chicken (₱225), Bacon & Egg (₱185)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get Buy 1 Get 1 Bacon with Rice and Egg and a Glass of Iced Tea for ₱299. Also, you can get a Slice of Frozen Brazo and a Cup of Brewed Coffee for only ₱220.
Go! Kizip – Tomas Morato and Adriatico
Go! Kizip is a homegrown Korean restaurant that offers unlimited shabu shabu, side dishes, and vegetables along with your order of chosen meats. It’s become a favorite spot for night owls and late-night cravings in the area so expect full tables even after midnight.
Notable dishes they offer: Alive Uagi, Special Kimchi Stew, and Pork Cheek Meat
Tapsi ni Vivian – Cubao
Tapsi ni Vivian is a 24/7 bulalo and tapsi joint, which opened in 1986 for early and late night eaters. Enjoy unlimited soup refills, as well as exotic dishes like ostrich egg and soup #5, if you’re an adventurous foodie. The original branch is in Marikina.
Notable dishes they offer: Tapsilog (₱80), Kilawin (₱110), Pork Bicol Express (₱90),
Bulalo Fiesta – Regalado
Serving up Filipino favorites 24/7, at Bulalo Fiesta, you can warm up with 7 different kinds of bulalo no matter what time of the day.
Notable dishes they offer: Bulalo w/ Jackfruit and Dried Beans (₱286), Bulalo w/ Talbos Bulaklak ng Sampalok (₱275), Bulalo Steak (₱320)
Fun fact: In 2011, they were awarded by Sooo Pinoy of Unilever, Philippines Daily Inquirer and Philippines Star as the Best Restaurant that offers bulalo dish.
Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen – Eden Food Hall
Looking for a quick and casual meal? Then head on to Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen, a local food joint, carinderia-style and lugawan, that serves up affordable and delicious Bulacan and lutong-bahay dishes.
Notable dishes they offer: Calumpit Longganisa served with Garlic Rice, Fried Egg and Atchara (₱138), LTB (₱128), Paksiw na Pata (₱138 for ala carte)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get Buy 1 Get 1 Plain Lugaw for ₱68!
GoodAh!!! – Timog and Valencia
Serving up rice meals and all things with rice, GoodAh is the place to be when you want something filling, familiar, or for sharing.
Notable dishes they serve: TapsiMax (₱174 ala carte), The Original Tapsilog (₱129 ala carte), and Bulalugaw (₱89 for classic)
Fun fact: They have a rice to sawa option if you're a rice or die type of person.
Jiang Nan Hotpot – Bel-Air
Want to warm up with something other than sabaw ng sinigang, bulalo, or nilaga? Then it’s time for you to go to Jiang Nan Hotpot, a hotpot restaurant where you can cook a variety of meats, dumplings, and vegetables in five flavorful soup selections!
Notable things they offer: Article Taro, Oil Husk, Xiangu Mushroom, Mature Vinegar Egg, and Pumpkin Pie
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get up to ₱300 off your bill!
Padi’s Point – Cubao
If you’re looking for a great time and good food at , then Padi’s Point is the place to be. They serve pulutan, Filipino comfort food dishes, cocktail towers and a variety of smooth and strong beer.
Notable dishes they offer: Manggang Hilaw with Bagoong (₱135), Sinampalukang Manok (₱216), Crispy Pata (610), Crispy-Lapia (₱179)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get Buy 1 Get 1 Margarita Pizza for only ₱280!
Pares Retiro – Tomas Morato
Known for serving up “The Best Pares in Town”, if you want some traditional Filipino dishes which are simple and straightforward, then Pares Retiro is the restaurant you should go to.
Notable dishes they offer: Classic Pares (₱155), Bone Marrow (₱140), Bistek Tagalog (₱140), Beef Mami (₱120)
Tapa King – Sheridan/ NAIA 3/ RCBC Plaza
Tapa King is a restaurant that specializes in tapa since 1987 and serves up home-style Filipino food from silogs to sinigangs.
Recommended dishes: Tapa King (₱149) and Fried Chicken (₱79)
Insider tip: With Booky, you can get Buy 2 Tapa Prince for ₱199 and 2 Mix and Match Breakfast Rice Bowls for ₱99.
Good Luck Hot Pot – MOA Complex
Transport yourself to Old China with Good Luck Hot Pot’s 24/7 service offering high-quality meat, seafoods, and vegetable selections. Incorporating Chinese traditions through their historic dynasty-style interiors, also feast your eyes on their face-changing opera performance known as “bian lian” as well as their long-spout teapot show.
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