Greenhills doesn’t hold back with its food game.
Known for its good bargains and for being a foodie’s paradise, Greenhills has been a go-to place for those who want to dine and shop their weekends away.
Whether you’re a first-timer or know the area like the back of your hand, there are still new restaurants in Greenhills that are lurking around each corner that are waiting to be found by no other than you!
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By the way, to save you the hunt, Booky has compiled a list of the newest food spots in the area that you might’ve missed. Feel free to bring your friends on your trip! After all, as the saying goes, the more the merrier!
Más is one of the few Spanish concepts in the San Juan area and the only one of those to offer unlimited tapas. Serving croquettas bombas, pintxos, gambas, paella, and rib eye steak, they’re not afraid to give a little more to stand out.
From the word karne meaning ‘meat’, Karnevore is a meat house that offers a wide range of filling and fairly-priced meat dishes including steaks, burgers, and chops.
Pizza Grigliata specializes in grilled artisanal pizza that uses fresh ingredients and hand-made flat bread. This is their first branch in the Metro.
We get it. When you’re walking around a cold mall, sometimes all you want is a hot bowl of soup or broth. If so, these restaurants below offer the perfect dishes!
Home of the best Sisig in Manila, Manam specializes in serving up comfort Filipino food in classics and twists. It’s for eating in groups. Order portions available in small, medium, and large servings. We recommend their signature House Crispy Sisig and the original Sinigang na Beef Short Rib and Watermelon.
Tsukada Nojo is a farm-to-table shabu-shabu brand originally from Japan and is known for its Bijin Nabe or golden chicken collagen hot pot. Tsukada Nojo also serves other popular Japanese dishes like Chicken Nanban and Onigiri.
Fun Fact: "Nojo" means farm and "Tsukada" is the name of their private farm in Miyazaki, Japan.
Known for its modern fusion Japanese cuisine, Ooma is the popular collaboration between The Moment Group and Chef Bruce Ricketts. Serving playful dishes like taco-makis and uni udon, you can always expect a creative twist on all your favorites.
Bulacan Lugaw Kitchen is a casual eatery that offers Bulacan regional food such as lugaw, tokwa’t baboy, and bopis.
Moshi Koshi is a Japanese noodle house that is known for their affordable ramen bowls. They also have donburi, curry, teishoku, and even bento meals.
If hot dishes aren’t your thing, here are establishments that offer the exact opposite in forms of ice cream, milk tea, and even coffee.
A popular Italian dessert brand, you don’t have to go to Italy to get a taste of Italian ice, frozen custard, blendini, and milkshakes, all you have to do is go to the nearest Rita’s branch.
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Tim Hortons is Canada’s world-renowned coffee house established in 1964 in Ontario, serving a diverse roster of coffee selections and their famous donuts. They also have the famous Timbits – their version of doughnut holes.
CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice serves freshly-made tea and juice drinks like CoCo Milk Tea, Matcha Tea Latte and many more.
So, now that you have a bucket list of the new restaurants in Greenhills, why not bring your friends along to these places or even better, add them to your “MUST-TRY” list on the Booky app so that you never miss any new spots near you.
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