New food awaits at the ever-growing Eastwood City!
One of the first lifestyle hubs established along Libis, Eastwood City has continuously given us new and exciting things to keep us coming back for more.
From new cafés for brunch with the girls, more cinemas for movie dates, new cuisines so us North people don’t have to travel far for good grub, the list goes on… Eastwood is definitely still at the top of our hang out list.
In case you’ve missed it, we’ve rounded up all the new eating spots you should try when you’re in the area! There’s a certain favourite Indian restaurant from Makati, a well-loved ramen chain, and a Singaporean favourite!
Royal Indian Curry House (R.I.C.H.) – Eastwood Citywalk 1
One of the most known and frequently visited Indian restaurants in Poblacion, Makati has now made a home in Quezon City! Also known as R.I.C.H., they serve ultimately authentic Indian cuisine and their menu is extensive. You can read our full feature here.
Locavore Kitchen x Drinks – 1880 Building
Locavore serves 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.
Maxi Mango – Eastwood Citywalk 2
Your favorite fruity dessert just got better! Maxi Mango puts a delicious deconstructed twist on the classic Mango Float and offers a variety of mango-tastic dessert items with their signature mango soft serve at the forefront.
Ramen Nagi – Eastwood Citywalk 1
A well-known ramen chain from Tokyo has finally made its way to Eastwood. It’s one of the most popular ramen joints in the country today that doesn’t only offer a variety of dishes but also allows their customers to customise their own bowls from the ramen noodles to the broth and even the toppings!
Hui Lau Shan – Eastwood Mall
Hui Lau Shan is a popular dessert shop from Hong Kong and is best known for their mango creations. They have Mango Sago, Mango Mochi, and many more variations of the delicious fruit!
Tiger Sugar – Eastwood Mall
First opening their doors in Taiwan, Tiger Sugar has become famous for their brown suga boba milk, among all the other milk teas we’re all crazy for. Opening in Hong Kong and Singapore, we finally have the opportuni-tea to try out their Brown Sugar Boba Milk with Cream Mousse!
Cha Tuk Chak – Eastwood Mall
Craving for Thai Milk Tea? Enjoy Cha Tuk Chak’s original blend and their other fresh and bold signature drinks! Sip into an exciting world of flavour.
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Café Mary Grace – Eastwood Mall
Technically not entirely new to Eastwood, Café Mary Grace now has their own enclosed space at the ground floor as compared to the narrow open area in the 2nd floor of the mall. A well-loved café that serves breakfast, mains, and oh-so-good desserts, it’s finally time for Café Mary Grace to have a bigger space in the mall for their patrons!
Tendon Kohaku – Opening Soon
Singapore’s favourite tendon is now finding its way to Eastwood! Tendon Kohaku is best known for their donburi bowls and tempura with their specialty (and top secret) sauce!
Popeyes – Opening Soon
Following its epic comeback in Manila, Popeyes is set to open yet another branch in Eastwood Citywalk 1. They’re best known for their iconic Southern-style fried chicken paired with their famous biscuits.
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Featured image from Tendon Kohaku.