15 Restaurants that Serve Foie Gras Dishes That’ll Make You Feel Fancy


Perfect for an after sweldo treat.

Foie gras is one of those ingredients that taste like luxury. It goes up there with truffle and caviar and you feel like a million bucks when you take that first bite.

While the process of acquiring these fattened duck livers has caused controversy in the past, producers and farmers have developed more humane ways of bringing foie gras to your plate. Now you don’t have to feel guilty about indulging in the foie.

If you want a taste of this fancy food, check out the restaurants below that bring out the best of what foie gras can offer.

An Eastern Take on Foie Gras

Although Foie Gras doesn’t usually take this route, it’s still interesting to try out how this special ingredient is incorporated into our favorite comfort foods.

Nikkei

Nikkei is Manila’s first ever Japanese-Peruvian sushi bar and restaurant serving curated specialties like ceviche, sushi, causa, tiraditos, and Japanese craft spirits. The restaurant, headed by Argentinan Chef Christian Cejas, serves Nikkei – a fusion cuisine culturally inspired by influx of Japanese migrants in Peru in the 19th century.

Must-try: Foie Gras Nigiri Sushi

Foie Nigiri from Nikkei
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Locavore

Locavore serves only 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.

Must-try foie gras dish: Duck Lugaw (Composed of: lugaw, duck broth, stirfried duck, chicken floss, soft-boiled egg, fried garlic, spring onion, ginger oil, and foie gras)

Duck Lugaw from Locavore
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Paradise Dynasty

Paradise Dynasty offers an innovative take on northern and southern Chinese cuisine. From appetisers to dimsum, you’re sure to get your fill of hot, savory treats.

Must-try: Rainbow Xiao Long Bao that has eight flavors – Original, Black Truffle, Foie Gras, Garlic, Ginseng Szechuan, Crab Roe, and Cheese.

Rainbow Xiao Long Bao from Paradise Dynasty
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A Western Take on Foie Gras

Incorporated into dishes from cuisines we know use this ingredient, enjoy what foie gras has to offer in the restaurants below.

Bar Pintxos Y Mas

A tapas bar from the South serving authentic Spanish food, Bar Pintxos specializes in serving different kinds of tapas and pintxos.

Recommended dishes: Ternera y Foie (tenderloin-foie-PX sauce) and Foie (seared foie gras-apple compote-PX)

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Ternara y Foie Pintxos from Bar Pintxos Tapas Y Mas
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Le Petit Souffle

Le Petit Souffle is a modern French-Japanese cafe that offers unique fusion dishes and desserts by Chef Mike Aspiras and Kristine Lotilla.

Recommended dish: Mac & Foie

mac and foie from Le Petit Souffle
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Rambla

Rambla is a Spanish-Mediterranean restaurant that applies modern techniques to create their well-loved specialties.

Recommended dish: Diced Premium Beef Tenderloin with Foie Gras & Onion

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Mamou

Mamou is a casual dining and award-winning restaurant best known for its steaks and pastas.

Must-try foie gras dish: RB Foie Gras Open-Faced Sandwich

RB Foie Gras Open Faced Sandwiched
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Wildflour

Wildflour offers international fare and specialty breads and cakes. It’s a bakery at heart and was the first purveyor of cronuts in Manila. It’s for people who enjoy the feeling of slow Sunday mornings. 

Recommended dishes: Seared Foie Gras

Seared Foie Gras from Wildflour Manila
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Pound by Todd English

Pound is a spinoff of Todd English Food Hall’s burger station. Its design takes inspiration from old school counter-style burger joints with a 1920’s speakeasy vibe. Everything is made in house from their beefy patties down to the toasted brioche buns.

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Foie Gras Burger from Pound by Todd English
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Amare La Cucina Restaurant

An Italian restaurant famous for its traditional slow, brick oven baked pizzas and wood-fired baby back ribs, Amare La Cucina is an Italian restaurant worth visiting because it stuck to its roots not only with regards to flavor but to cooking techniques as well.

Recommended dish: Foie Gras with Truffle Oil Pizza

Foie Gras with Truffle Oil Pizza
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Tomatito

Tomatito is a “sexy tapas bar” serving Spanish-influenced dishes like paella, pintxos, and montaditos. The fluorescent atmosphere was inspired by Spanish bars in the 80’s, hence the retro aesthetic. 

Recommended dish: Explosion de Foie (Foie Gras and Charred Apple Puree)

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G/F BGC Corporate Center, 30th St corner 11th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(02) 805-7840

Lusso

Lusso which means ‘luxury’ in Italy, is a French-Italian restaurant with charming and enticing interiors that evoke the Old World elegance as well as dishes that’ll make you feel like a hundred bucks.

Recommended dishes: Lusso Demi Pound Burger, Foie Gras & Portobello En Cocotte, Foie Gras Croque Monsieur, Seared Foie Gras on Fresh Taglierini, and Foie Gras Salad

Lusso Demi Pound Burger from Lusso
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G/F Greenbelt 5, Legaspi St, Legazpi Village, Makati
(02) 756-5893

Mireio – Raffles Makati

An upscale French brasserie reminiscent of a fine dining restaurant located at the 9th floor of Raffles Makati, Mireio offers up Provencal-inspired cuisine perfect for those who want to have a relaxed and luxurious night with a loved one or by oneself.

Recommended dishes: Roasted duck foie gras, Granny Smith apples and ginger chutney as well as Traditional Puff Pastry Filled with Chicken and Foie Gras with Poultry Foam and Mesclun

Foie Gras from Mireio
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9th Level, Raffles Makati, 1 Raffles Drive, Makati Ave, Makati
(02) 795-1840

Antonio’s Restaurant– Tagaytay

The most celebrated fine-dining food destination that features the best of international cuisine from top chef Tony Boy Escalante, if you’re planning to take a trip to Tagaytay, stop by at Antonio’s for an unforgettable experience thanks to their impeccable food, elegant interiors, scenic gardens, and great service.

Must-try: Roasted Duck Breast (Topped with Pan Seared Foie Gras with Braised Red Cabbage, Mashed Potato, Mixed Berries, and Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon Jus) and Duck Sampler (Seared Foie Gras, Pate de Foie Gras, Smoked Duck Breast)

Duck Sampler Foie Gras from Antonio's Restaurant Tagaytay
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Purok 138, Barangay Neogan, Tagaytay
(0917) 899-2866

Lemuria – multiple branches

A private French fine dining restaurant, Lemuria’s one of the best places to spend a quality night with your favorite person enjoying French and Mediterranean dishes that’ll whet your appetite and keep you coming back to celebrate even more romantic and special occasions.

Must-try dishes: Pan-Seared Foie Gras

Foie Gras from Lemuria
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Now that you’ve got the list, go and treat your self to a foie gras dish! You deserve the little luxuries in life.

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