They just might be your mom’s new favorites!
Aside from being a fashion center, Greenbelt has proven itself to be one of the central foodie hubs, with exciting restaurants that you can only spot in this posh shopping district. From Japanese restaurants to Korean restaurants, and even Filipino and Thai – Greenbelt is the place-to-be for the Epicurious community!
Whether you plan to take your mom shopping followed by a really nice dinner date, Greenbelt is the one stop shop that can help make your plans of celebrating Mother’s day so much easier!
If you don’t know where to take her just yet, check out the newest restaurants in Greenbelt as well as some oldies but goodies. Who knows, they may just be your mom’s new favorites?
Newly Opened Restaurants in Greenbelt
Bench Cafe – Greenbelt 3
After being known as a lifestyle brand for 30 years, Bench is now branching out to food with their new restaurant, Bench Cafe! Now open in Greenbelt 3, Makati dwellers can now get a taste of Filipino with a twist from the interiors to the food.
Must-try: BENCH/TO offers (which is a play on the Japanese bento box), Tinapa Cones, and Street Food Platter.
Gong Cha – Greenbelt 3
A Taiwan-style drink shop franchise that’s been in the Philippines for over 7 years, Gong Cha‘s Greenbelt branch that’s now open is offering a variety of milk tea, fruit juices, coffee, and many more to coffee and tea lovers alike!
Insider tip: Get Buy 1 Get 1 Milk Ice Smoothie, Gong Cha Milk Brown Sugar, Banana Milk, and GC Milk Alisan Tea with Booky!
Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken – Greenbelt 3
Known for being one of the restaurants in Metro Manila to offer spit fire roasted chicken which you can pair with their customized sauces, Peri-Peri Charcoal Chicken is the
Must try dishes: Whole Chicken, Buffalo Wings, and BBQ Chicken.
Ippudo – Greenbelt 5
A newly opened Japanese restauarnt in Greenbelt, Ippudo is a ramen chain from Japan that specializes in Hakata-style tonkotsu ramen.
If you’re in the mood for cookies, then Mood Bake’s got exactly what you need. A pop-up store located at the ground floor of Greenbelt 5, get your fix of no other than the classic chocolate chip cookie at MoodBake.
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Ooma – Greenbelt 3
If you’re looking for Japanese restaurants in Makati, then look no further than Ooma, a restaurant that plays with both the traditional and the new.
Dine in their Tsujiki inspired interiors and don’t hesitate to try their creative Japanese dishes like their Spicy Tuna Taco-Maki and Salmon Belly Maki.
Ono Poke – Greenbelt 1
Serving poke bowls that have roots that are true to Hawaiian recipes but taken up a notch with the addition of Japanese flavors, Ono Poke will give you a filling meal prepared by them or built by you.
Insider tip: Get Buy 1 Get 1 Mini Poke Bowls with Booky! Choose from Shoyu Tuna, Crazy Regular Kani, and Spicy Tuna Crunch.
Tsujiri – Greenbelt 5
With their 5th branch now open in Greenbelt, Makati dwellers can now visit Tsujiri, a matcha brand that’s been around for over 155 years who specializes in authentic, premium green tea drinks, as well as matcha infused desserts.
Try their matcha treats like the Houjicha, the O-Matcha Cappuccino, and Yuzu O-Matcha.
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Propaganda – Greenbelt 5
Looking for Vietnamese restaurants in Makati that serve more than just pho and banh mi? Then, head on to Propaganda Bistro, a restaurant that’s filled with colorful interiors and flavorful classic dishes with a modern twist!
Choose from their menu filled with familiar and not-so-familiar dishes, you’ll enjoy their variety of spring rolls, rice bowls, and more!
Single Origin – Greenbelt 3
Single Origin is where coffee and alcohol lovers can find common ground. Their menu features a hefty menu and beverage list which includes specialty coffee and alcohol-based drinks. The addition of a skylight at this branch makes it especially cozy.
Urban Bread Hub by Nords – Greenbelt 3
Need a quiet place to work but also a new environment to keep you and your workmates inspired? Then head on to Urban Bread Hub by Nords!
It’s one of those cafes that doesn’t only satisfy your workplace checklist but also your sweet and savory cravings with their pastries, cakes, and all-day breakfast dishes.
Tapella – Greenbelt 5
Tapella is your best bet when you’re on the look-out for sangria and restaurants in Makati that serve Spanish dishes.
They’ve got classic tapas like Gambas al Ajillo and Basque Chorizo Sausage. For something with a twist, try the Sisig Sausage and Egg on Bed of Shoe String Potatoes – a take on huevos con
LUMU Beerhouse and Filipino Kitchen – Greenbelt 3
Are you and your friends #tomadors? Then, head on to LUMU Beerhouse, and enjoy some beers/cocktails paired with familiar Filipino dishes with recipes tweaked just enough to be the perfect pulutan to your drinks.
Recommended dishes: Lumu A-Banger Sampler Solo, the Hardcore Kambing Sampler, and the Sizzling Chicken Dinakdakan.
Ganso-Shabuway – Greenbelt 5
An international franchise from California, Ganso-Shabuway is a restaurant in Makati that serves Japanese style-hotpot and ready-made Japanese dishes for both meat lovers and vegetarians.
Some recommended dishes are the USDA Choice Angus Beef Set, Seafood Set, and USDA Choice Angus Beef Sukiyaki.
Cyma – Greenbelt 2
Serving up flavorful, flaming dishes that you and your friend can satisfy your bellies with, Cyma‘s authentic Greek comfort food recipes will whet your appetite and keep you coming back for more.
Recommended dishes: Paidaka, the Grilled Lamb & Watermelon Salad, Roasted King Crab Legs, and the Cyma Fillet Mignon.
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