Ala-bang may gusto sa Alabang? – South peeps to North peeps
Friends who don’t travel to the south aren’t friends at all . . . just kidding, half kidding . . . but seriously, a quick trip to Alabang isn’t that bad?
Looking for more restaurants in the area? Check out Our Ultimate Guide to the Places to Eat in Alabang
If you don’t believe us, check out this list we’ve curated of the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Alabang for this month. There are definitely more good eats but here’s some so you can have a clue with what you’re missing out on!
10. Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar – Westgate Center
Last month’s # 9
Serving up a variety of set courses and ala carte dishes featuring international cuisine, Caviar Restaurant and Champagne Bar is the place to be if you’re also in the mood for different kinds of caviar which you can pair with the number of both red and white wines.
It’s for those who love the salty, luxurious taste of caviar.
It’s not for those who are on a limited budget.
Notable dishes they offer: Pan Seared Foie Gras (₱580), Braised Beef Shortribs (₱950), and Oscietra Caviar (₱9,500/30 g)
9. Butamaru – Westgate Center
Butamaru is a ramen house that specializes in serving noodles with fresh vegetables and tossed in black sesame dressing.
It’s for those who are hardcore ramen fans.
It’s not for those who want to choose from a wide array of Japanese dishes – not just ramen.
Recommended dishes: Tantanmen, Shoyu, and Shio
Get up to ₱300 off your bill!
8. Antonio Uno – Festival Supermall
Last month’s # 4
Located in the heart of Alabang, Antonio Uno is an authentic Italian restaurant that knows that true Italian cuisine is more than just the food they serve on a plate. Serving up handmade and handpicked dishes, treat yourself to a sincere celebration of Italian flavors, creativity, and passion at Antonio Uno.
It’s for people who are craving for some traditional and even modern Italian dishes.
It’s not for people who are on a tight budget.
Recommended dishes: Aligue Shrimp Pizza, Beef and Marrow in Bourguignon Sauce, Pulled Pork Sandwich, Seafood Lasagna, Steak Breakfast, Hot Chocolate, Bulletproof Coffee
Get up to ₱500 off your bill!
7. Burger Geek – Molito Commercial Complex
Last month’s # 4
Burger Geek is a classic American cheeseburger joint that offers all things burgers, sides, and milkshakes. What sets them aside is their burger; it’s a custom blend of premium beef patties pressed between 2 fresh potato buns baked daily and added with various toppings.
It’s for those who love eating classic American food.
It’s not for those who don’t like getting their hands dirty.
Recommended dishes: B+ (₱255), Umami Chicken (₱295), and The Geek (₱210)
6. Mr. Roboto – ATC Corporate Center
Last month’s # 7
Mr. Roboto is a retro-themed restaurant with graphic anime artwork and interiors. They serve traditional Japanese dishes with a modern twist.
It’s for those who love sushi and maki rolls but are a bit more adventurous.
It’s not for those who are avoiding rice or those who prefer minimalist Japanese interiors.
Recommended dishes: Nori Nachos (₱350), Dirty Corn (₱195), and Mr. Roboto Chirashi (₱695)
Get Buy 1 Get 1 Ika Nigiri for ₱220 and Buy 1 Get 1 Hot Chocolate with Toasted Marshmallows for only ₱85!
5. 8 Cuts Burger Blends – Alabang Town Center
8 Cuts Burger Blends is a make-your-own burger joint serving handcrafted and 100% pure beef patty burgers. The name “8 cuts” is a reference to the 8 cuts of beef used in its custom burger blends.
It’s for those who love customizing their burgers.
It’s not for those who want carbs in the form of noodles or rice.
Recommended dishes: Piggy, Hangover 2.0, Four Cheese 2.0, The Falafel
4. Da Gianni – Westgate Alabang
Da Gianni is a restaurant that serves Italian dishes like seafood risotto, four-cheese and truffle pizza, as well as tiramisu.
It’s for those who love good ol’ Italian food. This restaurant is as close to authentic as you can get.
It’s not for those craving for something a little closer to home such as Asian food.
Notable dishes they offer: Minestrone Zuppe, Mushroom Truffle Pizza, Grilled Lamb Chops, and Osso Bucco di Gianni
3. Ramen Yushoken – Molito Commercial Complex
Last month’s # 1
Ramen Yushoken serves tonkotsu broth ramen using a recipe from famous ramen master Yamagishi Kazuo. It’s a casual restaurant with traditional Japanese sensibilities like fast fast service and not offering any eating utensils other than chopsticks.
It’s for those who love rich, pork-based broths.
It’s not for those who can’t handle using chopsticks.
Recommended dishes: Shio Tonkotsu Ramen (₱370), Shoyu Tonkotsu Ramen (₱400), TanTanMen Tonkotsu Ramen (₱420)
2. The Nest Dining in the Sky – Vivere Hotel
Last month’s # 10
A restaurant located on the 31st floor of Vivere Hote, The Nest Dining in the Sky offers familiar international comfort food, exemplary service, and a breathtaking view of the south.
It’s for those who are planning to take their bae on a romantic date complete with a view.
It’s not for those who are afraid of heights and those who are on a limited budget.
Recommended dishes: Creamy Mushroom and Steak Pasta (₱660) and Crispy Binagoongan (₱610)
1. Melo’s – Westgate Alabang
Last month’s # 2
The first restaurant in the Philippines to offer Certified Angus Beef, Melo’s doesn’t just offer Angus Beef and Wagyu Steak but also an array of pastas and seafood that you can indulge in.
It’s for those who like to personally select and customize their steak because they’re the only restaurant that has a steak cart.
It’s not for vegetarians.
Recommended dishes: Foie Gras (₱780), Baked Oyster Rockerfeller or Florentine (₱580), and their Ribeye Steak.
Get up to ₱500 off your bill!
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