There’s a Japanese curry house, a cupcake bakery from the South finds a home in the North, a make-your-own bibimbap restaurant, and more foodie favorites. Look at what you’ll find at the new Estancia Mall in Capital Commons, Pasig.
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Ba Noi’s – Estancia Mall
Ba Noi’s has made its new home in Estancia Mall, and with it they bring their famed authentic Vietnamese cuisine. Dig into their spring rolls, and a warm, fragrant bowl of pho.
B&B Burgers and Brewskies – Estancia Mall
Burgers, and burgers, and burgers – must we really say more? Breaking Bad fans, try the explosive Hector Salamanca burger if you dare!
Cafe Mediterrenean – Estancia Mall
While it’s the gyro wraps that most people go for here, you and your friends can try a little bit of everything with their Cafe Med Platter.
Cara Mia Gelateria – Estancia Mall
Beat the heat with Cara Mia gelato, and hope you’re in early enough for their cookie dough flavor ice cream. Their cakes, especially their salted caramel cake is also a delight with every bite.
CoCo Ichibanya – Estancia Mall
Japan’s famous curry house has now made its way to Manila. You can also choose how much rice you want on your plate, and how spicy you want your curry to be.
Eum-Ma-Ne Restaurant & Soju Lounge – Estancia Mall
Korean-born and Philippine based DJ and Host, Grace Lee, ushers in Korean modern cuisine with Eu-Ma-Ne. The ribs you see here are described as fall off the bone tender. Their Soju-battered Dory Tacos also sound mighty tempting.
Bibimbap bowls conceptualized by Chef Him Uy de Baron. Customers build their own bibimbap by choosing the ingredients they want in their bowl.
Ikkoryu Ramen – Estancia Mall
Ikkoyu brings more of its ramen closer to the ramen addicts, with their eighth branch at Estancia.
JiPan Cafe and Bakeshop – Estancia Mall
Enjoy their Japanese food, but don’t leave without trying Jipan’s desserts and breads.
The BF Parañaque favorite has finally made its way to the North. Aside from their scrumptious cupcakes and coffee, there’s also all-day breakfast and sandwiches on the menu. Don’t stuff yourself too much, leave room for their ice cream cupcakes.
Pancake House – Estancia Mall
While a familiar name, their pancakes and comfort food are welcome anytime and any day.
Wingstop – Estancia Mall
Choose from nine signature sauces, six dips, add a side, and a cold beer to go with it.
XO 46 Heritage Bistro – Estancia Mall
A meal at XO 46 Heritage Bistro Bistro Filipino isn’t just another Filipino meal. The restaurant prides itself into bringing a proudly Filipino experience to their diners, by speaking in very proper Filipino and calling them “Senyor” and “Senyora”. As for food, while they have your favorite Filipino dish on the menu, do give their modern take on Filipino desserts a try.
You don’t get full just by looking at those pictures. Let’s get eating, and tell us what your favorites are on Booky.