The Newest, Must-try Restaurants Now Open in Metro Manila!


International franchises and homegrown gems!

THIS WEEK:  Authentic Italian Restaurant, Crunchy Chocolate Chip Cookies from an International Brand, and a Café that Caters to both Art and Coffee!

RECENTLY OPENED
July 18 to August 9, 2019

Update: Check out our new Buy 1 Get 1 (BOGO) deals this week!

Salvatore Cuomo Café – The Podium

Renowned Italian-Japanese Chef Salvatore Cuomo has made another mark in Manila’s dining scene with his eponymous café. Catered towards a younger crowd, the Salvatore Cuomo Café is a more laid-back establishment that serves a variety of appetizers, entrees, and pastas. As it goes with all of Cuomo’s restaurants, his handcrafted Neapolitan pizza is a must.

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G/F The Podium, 12 ADB Ave, Ortigas, Mandaluyong

Abbiocco Alternative Filipino – Laging Handa

Abbiocco’ refers to the sleepy sensation you get after a satisfying mealan appropriate name for the Filipino restaurant. As the ‘Alternative’ in its name also entails, Abbiocco strives to craft dishes with a twist such as their Seafood Kare-Kare sa Gata, Shrimp and Salted Egg Fried Rice, and their thrice-cooked Lechon Kawali.

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G/F Metro Stonerich Bldg, 3 Scout Rallos St cor Mother Ignacia, Laging Handa, Quezon City
(02) 989-2350; (0917) 186-2350

Famous Amos – S Maison

Hailing from the city of Los Angeles, Famous Amos has made its way into the hungry hearts of Manila’s cookie lovers. Known for their crunchy, aromatic bite-sized chocolate chip cookies baked fresh on site, you’ll leave wanting more!

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2/F S Maison, Seaside Blvd, Pasay

Prologue – Laging Handa

Prologue offers a smorgasbord of dishes that provide comfort and satisfaction. From their Buttermilk Chicken, Fried Polentas, and pasta plates, Prologue hits the spot for a great dining experience.

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87 Scout Gandia, Laging Handa, Quezon City
(02) 692-2013

Arts and Beans – Kapitolyo

Arts and Beans is a sanctuary for both a relaxing ambience and the beauty of art. They aim to share the best quality of coffee made with premium blends of the best beans in the Philippines as well as showcase paintings made by talented artists around the country!

Insider tip: The paintings displayed in the café are also for sale!
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Photo from Facebook | artsandbeanscafe

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6 San Francisco St, Kapitolyo, Pasig

Pinot – Bonifacio High Street

Unlike many fine dining restaurants that exude an intimidating air, Pinot possesses a warm and inviting atmosphere alongside its high-class dishes. To provide an array of food experimentation for its customers, Pinot offers a 2-Course, 3-Course, and 4-Course tasting menu.

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The Spa Bldg, Lane P, Bonifacio High Street, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig
(0998) 586-4230

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Shaburi & Kintan – Glorietta 2

Love meat but you’re tired of KBBQ? Then perhaps, Shaburi & Kintan will tickle your fancy. Shaburi & Kintan is a Japanese restaurant that offers all you can eat Japanese Shabu Shabu or Yakiniku.

Yakiniku from Shaburi and Kintan
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Roofdeck, Glorietta 2, Ayala Center, Makati
(02) 719-5141 | (0917) 811-5625

Wrong Yakiniku – West Fairview

The ultimate go-to place for BBQ, at Wrong Yakiniku, you can enjoy eat-all-you-can Japanese and Korean BBQ Grill. Aside from those, they also offer hotpot, maki, and tempura.

Yakiniku and KBBQ from Wrong Yakiniku
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Vensu Place, 2 Pontiac cor Camaro St., West Fairview, Quezon City

Musashi Maru – Glorietta 2

Musashi Maru is a restaurant that serves up a wide selection of Japanese food – deep-fried, with rice, sizzling, raw, and even with soup and noodles. So, whether it’s sunny or rainy, you’re sure to find a dish that’ll pair with the weather.

Ramen from Musashi Maru Restaurant
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Roofdeck, Glorietta 2, Ayala Center, Makati
(02) 583-7060

Menya Kokoro – Uptown Mall

Created by Japanese Chef Takuma Ishakawa in Tokyo Japan in 2013, Menya Kokoro serves a unique take on ramen by offering mazesoba, literally translated as “mixed noodle” – or soupless ramen.

Mazesoba from Menya Kokoro
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3/F Uptown Mall, 9th Ave cor 36th St., Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Ben’s Cookies – The Podium

A bakery known best for offering cookies with chocolate chunks instead of chips, if you’ve got a sweet tooth, then you definitely have to try Ben’s Cookies.

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G/F Podium, 12 ADB Ave, Ortigas, Mandaluyong

Shari Shari Kakigori House – Serendra

Still sweating buckets despite the rainy weather? Shari Shari Kakigori House has got you covered with their kakigori – authentic Japanese shaved ice – with different flavors ranging from fruity to creamy and indulgent.

Matcha Kakigori from Shari Shari Kakigori House
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G/F Serendra, 11th Ave, Fort Bonifacio, Taguig

Sakura Hanami – Maginhawa Street

A milk tea shop with drop-dead gorgeous, Instagram-worthy interiors and drinks, find yourself in Sakura Hanami, and you’re sure to have quite an unforgettable experience – one that may just be similar to walking under the cherry blossoms in Japan.

Milk Tea from Sakura Hanami
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Insider tip: Get Buy 1 Get 1 Hanami Dream Tea, Fine Cut Lemon Tea, White Sakura Milk Tea, and Tokyo Wintermelon Tea!

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168 Maginhawa Street, Diliman, Quezon City
(0917) 872 5872

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