Cubao, we’re coming for you!
Cubao, as we all know, is full of hidden food crawls and unique shops for quirky finds. Whether you’re looking for new restaurants to try, cafes where you can sing your hearts out, or cuisine specific restaurants like Italian restaurants, Korean restaurants, or Japanese restaurants, Cubao is the place to be.
To sum that all up, here’s a list of the new restaurants in the area and a few of the oldie but goodie hidden gems for you to check out
Macao Imperial Tea – Gateway Tower
Another milk tea place that’s now open in the metro, get your fill of different flavors of milk tea, tea, coffee, and cream cheese based drinks at Macao Imperial Tea.
Mango Mama – Pinatubo St.
Craving for mango desserts? What about mango graham? Then check out Manga Mama now in Cubao!
Pancit ng Taga Malabon – G/F Ali Mall
Our all-time favourite pancit has now found a new home in Cubao!
In case you missed it, here are some oldies but goodies.
Dencio’s Bar and Grill – New Frontier Theatre
When Filipinos gather for a special occasion, their number one priority is to look for a restaurant to celebrate at. With Dencio’s Bar and Grill now open, celebrating has just become a whole lot easier.
Kumori – Gateway Mall
Wondering where to eat desserts in Cubao? Where else than Kumori, a Japanese bakery offering only freshly baked, handmade and quality bread as well as cakes and pastries.
Maxi Mango – Gateway Mall
Mango may be a seasonal fruit but thanks to Maxi Mango, you can get your fix of mango the whole year round! With its new kiosk now open, you can have mango in four interesting and sweet ways that’ll invoke both nostalgia and joy.
Putok Batok – Manhattan Parkview
Although Putok Batok isn’t necessarily considered as one of the buffet restaurants in Cubao, it’s still their unli sinful sisig offerings – liempo, hipon, bagnet – and their unli crabs that put them on the map.
Putok Batok menu
G/F Manhattan Parkview, General Roxas Ave, Cubao, Quezon City
(0906) 683-2516; (0948) 786-9964
Four Seasons Buffet & Hotpot – Manhattan Parkview
From the same group that brought us Vikings and NIU by Vikings, Four Seasons Hotpot City is one of those buffet restaurants that play on the hotpot/shabu-shabu concept.
Burgoo – Gateway
Founded in 1999, Burgoo is one of the best restaurants when you’re looking for two things: casual dining and American cuisine dishes like ribs, wings, kinds of pasta, and shakes.
You can enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 pasta or Buy 1 Get 1 Burgers!
Gumbo – Gateway
Gumbo, A Taste of New Orleans, a casual dining restaurant that provides an extraordinary atmosphere of fun, good recipes turned to quality dishes, good services, and clean interiors.
You can enjoy Buy 1 Get 1 pasta or 2 orders of Cajun & Creole for less!
Blackbeared’s Seafood Island – Araneta Center
Blackbeard’s Seafood Island brings seafood dining to the next level by serving their meals boodle-style. A boodle is actually already a surf n’ turf in its own form already, but they also have a particular surf and turf binalot, good for 2-3 persons.
Fred’s Revolucion – General Romulo Ave.
A self -proclaimed home of the sincere drinkers, Fred’s Revolucion is one of the bars in Metro Manila that’s become a go-to destination for artists and for those who want to drink good beer while chatting with their newly made friends.
Bellini’s – Gen. Romulo Ave.
Aside from being featured as the hang-out restaurant of Popoy and Basha’s squad in the movie One More Chance, Bellini’s is known as a hidden restaurant in Cubao that serves authentic al dente pasta and pizza!
Try out their best sellers: Ravioli Tartufo, Quinticco Pasta (5 pasta dishes in one plate), Parma Ham Arugula Pizza, and Bellini’s Special Pizza.
Did you know that with the Booky app, you can type “CUBAO” and search over 100 restaurants in the area. If you spotted a new restaurant near you, shoot us an email at email@example.com with all the details.
Featured image from Mango Mama.