A summary of all the hottest new restaurants that recently opened featuring 3 new restaurants in the UP Village area, a popular pub in Capitol Commons branching out to Fort and a whole lot more! Scroll down further to see the latest buzz on what’s opening soon.
Earth Kitchen – The Fort
Earth Kitchen is a joint project of the Got Heart Foundation and Hizon’s Catering, their mission: healthy, local and sustainability. This is their 2nd branch next to their flagship in White Plains, also, they also have a spin-off branch in Jupiter, Makati called Kitchen 56.
Eric Kayser – The Podium
Eric Kayser is a grab-and-go bakery and cafe serving French pastries, cakes and breads. Born from a family of bakers, the house of Kayser (or maison Kayser) was the ‘natural conclusion of its young founder’s journey’. From a small bakery in 1996, Eric Kayser has gone on to become an internationally known brand for high quality breads.
Anu’man Kitchen + Pub – Kapitolyo
The word “anuman” is a Filipino word meaning any or whatever. It is a place for everyone including the queer and non-traditional. Anu’man offers a mix of Asian and Western dishes.
North Wing MNL – Maginhawa
North Wing MNL is a wings joint serving western comfort food–pizza, pasta and wings. It is named after its specialty–the wings, and its location, northern part of Manila. It is the second restaurant in Maginhawa of GMA actresses Lou delos Reyes and Arianne Bautista.
Tipsy Pig – Burgos Circle
Tipsy Pig is a man pub most popular for its signature brews, extensive beverage list and good food. It’s from the same group that brought us Reserve, URBN, and Relik. It is surprising to see them branch out a pub which they haven’t really done. It’s a popular place for the after work crowd and weekend pub crawlers. The Capitol Common branch has been consistenly on our top 10 most loved restaurants in Pasig list.
Griddle – Maginhawa
Griddle is a travel-inspired restaurant adorned with travel photos, wall art, and even hanging airplanes on the ceiling. They offer modern comfort food with a twist including steaks, pork belly, curry stroganoff, wings, and more.
Fat Cousins’ Diner – Maginhawa
Fat Cousins’ is a small American diner serving a limited menu for now–steak, burger, roast beef belly and Hungarian sausage. There is limited seating capacity so make sure to come during off peak hours, if there is any right now since it’s new. Visit with a hungry belly so you can take advantage of their unlimited rice and soda.
Luau Hawaiian Grill – Mandaluyong
The name is a hint in itself as to what this place is all about. Luau Hawaiian Grill is a restaurant serving barbecue, burgers, and other Hawaiian-inspired specials such as Lau Lau and Kalua Pork. Bulk orders are available for nearby offices. Get a solo junior burger for as low as P50, what a deal.
PB Co. – Estancia Mall
PB Co. or Peanut Butter Company is a sandwich shop dedicated to peanut butter. Their unique peanut butter variants are not only used as sandwich spreads but infused into their pasta dishes and other meals. P.S. You can take home their PB spreads.
The Q-Pound Project – Sikatuna Village
The Q-Pound Project is a build your own burger joint serving affordable quarter pounders. Customers are given a cheat sheet and checklist of items to put into their burgers. Splurge on the toppings and even quadruple your patties.
Siamaroi – Jupiter St.
A new authentic Thai restaurant hidden in the busy and long strip of Jupiter in Makati. The menu is simple and forward, only serving original recipes from the Thai family that owns it.
Bono Gelato – SM Makati
Everyone’s favorite Italian gelato is opening its 4th branch in SM Makati by the end of the month. Bono Gelato only serves what’s fresh and in season. Their ice creams are handcrafted daily and in small batches only. No preservatives or any canned items are used. Bono, which is a word play on the Italian word ‘buono’, means good.
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