We’ve found 11 new reasons for you to go to Megamall!
SM Megamall has nearly endless options when it comes to food. Restaurants, cafes, and food stalls left and right- you’d think that they would have slowed down on the foodie destinations by now, but the hits just keep on coming! In fact, one could argue that SM Megamall is home to the newest and best restaurants in Mandaluyong.
Need some convincing? Here is our list of some of the newest and hottest Megamall restaurants that you need to visit the next time you’re in the area.
Also, be sure to ‘ADD TO YOUR FAVORITES‘ on the Booky app so you never miss any new spots near you.
Newly Opened Restaurants
Ka Tunying’s is a bakery and all-day breakfast cafe that serves freshly baked breads and Filipino-inspired dishes, coffee selection, and healthy juices. It is a venture by Ka Tunying himself, radio/TV host, Anthony Taberna and his family.
Ambassador’s Ice Cream is a newly opened ice-cream stall that offers a selection of dairy-free, vegan ice cream flavors as well as unique toppings such chia seeds and cacao nibs which are perfect for a sweet but guilt-free dessert.
Known as the “little sister” of Wildflour, Little Flour Cafe brings the same all-day brunch that made Wildflour famous but adds a few locally-inspired dishes to the menu such as Filipino rice bowls and other familiar delicacies. This cafe is sure to become a fast favorite.
Insider tip: Get up to ₱250 off your bill if you book a table with Booky at Little Flour Cafe's branches at Fort Bonifacio and Salcedo Village!
A Korean dessert cafe that specializes in Bingsu – a shaved ice dessert with milk and fruit toppings – at Hobing Korean Dessert cafe you can choose from 10 different bingsu flavors as well as smoothies, French toasts, and coffee.
Must-try: Mango Cheese Bingsu, Strawberry Bingsu, and Choco Brownies Bingsu
If you’re looking for a new restaurant in SM Megamall that serves great Korean Barbecue, then Masil should be at the very top of your list. Already having proven its mettle with two very successful branches in Oranbo and Tiendesitas, Masil is a favorite spot of local KBBQ-lovers and actual Korean nationals craving a taste of authentic Korean cuisine!
If you’re looking for a portable snack and a drink then you definitely love Pepi Cubano – a restaurant that offers sandwiches, arroz cubano’s and even alcocholic/non-alcholic drinks you can pair with your savory treats.
Soban K-Town Grill is a Korean restaurant Inspired by “K-Town” communities in L.A, New York, and Hong Kong, Soban offers unique Korean-Mexican fusion dishes like Beef Korilog (similar to Tapsilog), Kimchi Fries, Korrito (Korean burrito), and Korean BBQ.
Serving up drinks and desserts made from our very own Philippine carabao mangoes, if you’re a mango fanantic, love fruity desserts, or simply want to relive your experience og being in Hong Kong and eating at this very dessert shop, then go and head on to Hui Lau Shan.
Sugarbee by Jenny Silayan is a home-based bakery popular for their sansrival chips, alfaores, and florentines.
Dohtonbori, the first and only authentic okonomiyaki restaurant in the Philippines, offers affordable okonomiyaki and Yakiniku party platters. With their unique Japanese ambiance and design, you and your friends will definitely enjoy drinking chu-high, draft beer and other varieties of Japanese beer.
At Maxi Mango, you can get a variety of cold mango desserts, including the nostalgic Mango-Graham (in a cup), all year round!
In case you missed it . . .
Serving up authentic Chinese hand-pulled noodles, Mey Lin is definitely a welcome addition to SM Megamall’s diverse roster of incredible restaurants. Friendly prices and an entertaining atmosphere make eating at Mey Lin an easy choice.
Wondering where to eat and bored of the usual options? Manam will definitely delight your tastebuds! Though newly opened, Manam is already a strong contender for one of the best restaurants in Megamall, largely because of their inventive and affordable take on Filipino comfort food.
Add K Bingsu Cafe to the long list of dessert spots that you can enjoy in SM Megamall. Serving up the famous shaved ice delicacy from Korea, K Bingsu Cafe makes bingsu their own by offering fun and delicious flavors that will have you coming back for more.
Pezzo isn’t exactly new to the SM Megamall food scene, but it has re-opened in a bigger and better location! The re-opening is a perfect excuse to try out Pezzo’s quirky brand of Singaporean, carnival-themed pizza. You can Buy 1 Get 1 whole pan with Booky in all 7 branches!
Insider tip: You can buy two whole pans for just ₱529 or a box of 3s for ₱279!
Genki Sushi from Japan is the pioneer of Kaiten Sushi, or sushi served on a conveyor belt. Genki innovates this concept with their made to order sushi that’s served on a bullet train conveyor belt. Menu includes a variety of fresh sushi, maki, ramen, tempura and more.
CoCo Fresh Tea & Juice serves freshly-made tea and juice drinks like CoCo Milk Tea, Matcha Tea Latte and many more.
DC Super Heroes Cafe – SM Megamall Fashion Hall
DC Super Heroes Cafe is the first themed cafe dedicated to the DC universe serving unique superhero inspired dishes like Pretty Poison, Crab Rangoons, and Aquaman’s Panna Cotta.
One of the largest Tonkatsu chain from Tokyo, Japan, Saboten serves the ‘best tonkatsu since 1996’ and has established several branches around the world. Some of their must-tries are the Pork Loin Karaage, Tuna Katsu and the Matcha Lychee with Almond for dessert!
Tokeru lets you create your own molten lava cake with cake base flavors like green tea or red velvet, ice cream, and toppings like birthday cookie, mango compote, or green tea sauce. This is their first branch in the Metro.
Kam’s Roast, one of Hong Kong’s most famous restaurants, is finally in Manila! A popular destination for foodies around the world, Kam’s Roast is a casual dining restaurant known for their signature roast goose and char siu.
Fat Fook offers Taiwanese cuisine serving dishes like xiao long bao, specialty Fat Fook chicken chop, and crispy fried intestines among many others. They now have several branches across the Metro!
Persian Avenue offers freshly-baked soft tortilla wraps filled with 100% sirloin beef, grilled boneless chicken pesto, and their specialty sauce.
Nara offers flavorful Thai favorites like shrimp pomelo salad, pad thai, tom yum and shrimp cakes. What they hope to offer diners is five-star worthy meal in a mall setting. We recommend the Pandan Chicken, Pla Gao Neung Ma Nao, (steamed lapu-lapu), and Prawn Ceviche.
Never again run out of ideas on where to have your next meal!
Just type “SM MEGAMALL” on the Booky app and search over 100 restaurants in the area. If you spotted a new restaurant near you, shoot us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with all the details.