A summary of all the hottest new restaurants that recently opened featuring– plus a whole lot more. Scroll down further to see the latest buzz on what’s opening soon.
Taisho Ramen & Teppanyaki House – SM Light Mall
Taisho Ramen is a casual ramen house that serves Japanese ramen with authentic taste from Hakata, Fukuoka, Japan. Aside from ramen, they also serve bento sets, gyoza, donburi and onigiri.
Kanzen Sushi Roll – Marikina
Kanzen Sushi Roll is a healthy Japanese food delivery service that offers a broad selection of freshly rolled sushi and maki rolls. Limited seats available in store.
Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse – Marikina
Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse is a Southern USA-inspired smokehouse and barbecue restaurant made perfectly to satisfy your comfort food cravings. It is a passion project of four siblings sharing their love for all things smoked and grilled.
Hot Box Noodle Bar – Marikina
Hot Box Noodle Bar serves Asian fusion and Chinese cuisine specializing in noodle soup, dry tossed noodles, rice bowls and other Asian specialties.
No reservations accepted
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703 J.P. Rizal St., Lamuan, Malanday, Marikina
+63 2 910-1987
49-B Heirloom Kitchen – Tomas Morato
49-B Heirloom Kitchen features heirloom recipes from all types of cuisine–from Sinigang na Lechon to Chicken Yakitori to Osso Buco and more. Their street number address is the reason behind its name.
Happy Thai – Malingap
Happy Thai is the newest Thai restaurant in Teacher’s Village serving their own brand of delicious and affordable Thai cuisine.
No reservations accepted
22 Malingap St., Teacher’s Village, Quezon City
+63 917 813-4815
Reserve Gastro Tavern – Burgos Circle
A restaurant and bar in the current party central of Metro Manila serving classic bar chows such as wings and international comfort food like shawarma, soft tacos, panizzas and ribs.
Cafe Sanso – San Juan
Cafe Sanso is a small cafe serving Spanish specialties such as chorizo platters, paella, callos and churros. Cafe Sanso is an ode to Juvenal Sanso, an internationally-renowned painter. Just next door is the Sanso Museum, which is a showcase of the legend’s 65 years in art. It houses the artist’s personal collection with many works and award-winning masterpieces that have never been seen by the public.
Reservations are accepted
32 V. Cruz, San Juan
+63 922 894-6144
Ramen Nagi – Podium Mall
Ramen Nagi serves Butao (‘Buta’ meaning pork and ‘O’ meaning king), the rich signature tonkotsu broth used in every bowl they serve.
Bar Pintxos Tapas Y Mas – Alabang
Bar Pintxos is a cozy pintxos and tapas bar serving authentic Spanish food. Pintxos and tapas are both snacks or small bites being served in a tavern or bar, the only main difference is pintxos is usually ‘spiked’ with a skewer or toothpick, often to a piece of bread. It is set to open 3rd week of May.
Sunrise Buckets – Burgos Circle
Sunrise Buckets is a surfers’ paradise, a Hawaiian-themed joint famous for its bucket full of chicken wings and flavored beers. It was a contender in the top 10 most loved restaurants in San Juan and Mandaluyong list in February.
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