Start the year right by trying new restaurants in the area!
Though it’s popular for housing one of the biggest malls in the metro – SM Mall of Asia – Pasay has a lot of restaurants to show up for from the restaurants located right in hotels to the undiscovered ones along the roads and sidewalks.
Not sure where you want to head on to this holiday season? Check out our list of the Top 10 Most Loved Restaurants in Pasay this month you should head on to!
10. Royal Indian Curry House – SM By The Bay
Royal Indian Curry House or R.I.C.H is a popular late-night sports bar and restaurant, offering authentic northern Indian dishes at an all-in-one hangout spot.
It’s for those who love curries and those who love eating with their hands.
It’s not for those who don’t like the smell of strong spices.
Recommended dishes: Butter Naan (₱149), Tandoori Chicken (₱399), Hydearabadi Biryani (₱569), Chicken Tikka (₱399), Non-Veg Samosas (₱199)
Get up to ₱100 off your bill!
9. Man Ho – Marriott Hotel
Last month’s # 7
Get a taste of authentic Chinese cuisine at no other place than Man Ho, Marriott Hotel’s signature Cantonese restaurant.
It’s for those who love Chinese food.
It’s not for those who want a variety of cuisines.
Recommended dishes: 24 Hours Poached Five Spice Thinly Sliced Pork Knuckle (₱480) and an Ancient Recipe of Braised Abalone (₱3,380)
Get up to ₱500 off your bill!
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8. Lola Cafe – S Maison
Last month’s # 9
Lola Cafe is a destination restaurant that offers specialty Filipino cuisine. Food is prepared fresh and locally-sourced. They’re ideal for private events and special occasions.
It’s for those who’re looking for a nice sit-down dinner with their close friends or loved ones.
It’s not for those who are looking for a quick meal.
Recommended dishes: Pasta Negra and Humba Glazed Belly.
Get up to ₱300 off your bill!
7. Brasserie on 3 – Conrad Manila
Brasserie on 3 is Conrad Manila’s main restaurant that doesn’t only have a lovely view of SM Mall of Asia but it also has open, spacious, and relaxing interiors as well as an extensive buffet and ala carte dishes from both Filipino and Western cuisine.
It’s for those who are looking for a sulit buffet perfect for their limited-ish budget.
It’s not for those who are looking for a more extensive buffet.
Rates: ₱1,450 to ₱2,100
6. Bangus Specialty Restaurant – SM Mall of Asia
Last month’s # 8
Serving Filipino dishes that are mostly seafood, Bangus Specialty Restaurant’s perfect for those who want the best of our own.
It’s for those who have balikbayan relatives or are balikbayans themselves.
It’s not for those who want a taste of different international flavors.
Recommended dishes: Spring Chicken (₱330), Sinigang na Hipon (₱446), Inihaw sa Bilao Special (₱1,150), Adobong Hipon sa Aligi with Quail Egg (₱446), and Daing na Bangus (₱399)
Get up to ₱200 off your bill or Buy 1 Get 1 Reyna Blanca, Buy 1 Get 1 Molo Soup, and Buy 1 Get 1 Pancit Luglug - all of which you can claim 4x/month.
5. Gogo Kitchen – Seascape Village
Last month’s # 4
An elevated “paluto” restaurant that serves up a variety of Chinese and Filipino seafood dishes, Gogo Kitchen is the restaurant you should head on to if you want freshly cooked savory food.
It’s for those who love seafood.
It’s not for those who are looking for something sweet or elegantly plated.
Recommended dishes: Gogo Fried Chicken and Salted Egg Buchi
4. Marriott Cafe – Manila Marriott Hotel
Now with a more spacious dining area, Marriott Cafe offers up local and international fare prepared at their open theater kitchen.
It’s for those who love meat and seafood because they have a meat overload feast and a seafood feast.
It’s not for those who want to treat a huge group of people.
Rates: ₱1,600 nett to ₱3,000 nett.
3. Four Seasons Hotpot City – SM By the Bay
Last month’s # 6
A buffet that offers more than the typical hotpot experience, Four Seasons Hotpot City has options for you and the whole family to enjoy.
It’s for a group of very hungry foodies.
It’s not for those looking for a light dinner.
Rates: ₱730 to ₱940
2. Spiral Buffet – Sofitel Philippine Plaza
Last month’s # 1
Sofitel Manila’s Spiral Buffet is one of the most lavish buffets in the country. It has 21 dining ateliers showcasing the best of international cuisines, which includes a L’Epicerie or the ‘cheese room’.
It’s for a grand experience and photo-taking opportunities with your family and friends.
It’s not for people who don’t eat much.
We recommend that you leave room for their cheese selections and foie gras station.
1. Ramen Kuroda – Double Dragon Plaza
Last month’s # 2
Serving authentic and affordable Japanese ramen made with quality ingredients and homemade ramen noodles, at Ramen Kuroda, you’re sure to get servings of chashu that are 300% larger than the usual.
It’s for those who love slurping hot broth.
It’s not for those who want something more cooling on a hot day.
Recommended dishes: Aka Chashumen, Kuro Chashumen, and Shiro Chashumen.
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