Hello people from the north!
One of the go-to malls for people in the North, SM North EDSA is a family-friendly establishment complete with all of the things you want and need – from food to clothes and furniture – as they they: “They’ve got it all for you!”
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Now open to the public, SM North EDSA also houses some iconic restaurants which are serving your favorite dishes for take-out or delivery. Here are 20 of the Reopened Popular Restaurants in SM North EDSA.
Best known for their wings and steaks, Blake’s Wings and Steaks is a best-kept secret that serves dishes which are worth a try. Their buffalo wings in particular has the right amount of spiciness and works perfectly well with their bleu cheese dip.
Must-try: Pork Ribs, BBQ Chicken Wings, Original Porterhouse Steak, and Spaghetti with Dried Tuyo in Olive Oil
Genki Sushi – UG
Genki Sushi is a restaurant that serves up a variety of fresh Japanese favorites from sushi to maki and even tempura. They’re known for “serving” their sushi via revolving conveyor belt.
Must-try: Kake Udon, Chirashi Don, Lobster Salad Roll, and Norwegian Fresh Salmon
Hawker Chan – UG
A famous Michelin-starred restaurant hailing from Singapore, if you’re craivng for some good soya chicken, char siew, or roasted pork, then Hawker Chan is the go-to Singaporean restaurant.
Must-try: Soya Sauce Chicken with Noodles Beef Brisket, Wonton Soup Noodles
Marugame Udon – G/F
A restaurant reminiscent of udon joints in Japan, Marugame Udon is a place wher eyou can get your fill of value for money udon, rice bowls, and favorite Japanese side dishes. Aside form those, you might also enjoy their unique self-service experience.
Must-try: Beef Ontoma Bukkake Udon, Chicken Paitan Udon, Beef Yakiniku Don, and Kakiage
Ramen Nagi – UG
A well-known joint in the country, at Ramen Nagi, get ramen “King” bowls in different colors and flavors: Red King (spicy), Black King (squid), and Green King (pesto).
Must-try: Original King (Butao), Black King (Kuroo), Green King (Midorio), Red King (Akao)
The Alley – UG
The Alley is a Taiwanese milk tea company that specializes in what’s called “Deerioca,” the brand’s hand-made version of tapioca pearls.
Must-try: Brown Sugar Pearl Milk with Cheese Brulee, Matcha Pearl Milk Tea, Chocolate Oreo Cheezo
Manam – L2
Manam Comfort Filipino specializes in serving up classic Filipino favorites Filipino dishes with a twist which are perfect for any occasion.
Must-try: House Crispy Sisig, Original Sinigang na Beef Short Rib and Watermelon, and Pancit Sisig.
Monga Fried Chicken – L2
Bringing the beloved Taiwanese Style Fried Chicken, a popular street snack in Taipei, Monga Fried Chicken prides themselves on their extra-thick chicken cutlets marinated with honey, dipped in batter instead of dry flour, fried to perfection, and topped with ooey, gooey mozzarella cheese!
Must-try: Chee-Z Signature, Taiwanese Style Popcorn Chicken, Fried King Oyster Mushrooms, Seaweed Fries
Bistro Remedios – GL
Bistro Remedios, formerly known as ‘Ang Bistro sa Remedios’ is a sister restaurant of LJC group’s pioneer bistro, Cafe Adriatico that serves authentic Kapampangan cuisine and specialties like sisig, crispy tadyang, and more.
Must-try: Home-style Binacol Soup, Knockout Knuckles, Liempo, and Lechon Kawali sa Gata
Hot star is a restaurant that serves burgers, chicken, pops, spaghetti and more. It gained immediate buzz in the past because of their huge chicken chops which are almost or even bigger than the size of our faces.
Must-try: Chicken Burger and Original Large Chicken
King Chef – GL
King Chef Dimsum Kitchen has aan extensive menu of dim sum ranging from steamed to fried, pork to seafood, chicken feet to raddish cakes. It is the place to get your fill of some good dim sum.
Must-try: Hakaw, Machang, Bird's Eye Dumpling, X.O. Siomai, and Steamed Egg with Soy Sauce
Ramen Kuroda – GL
Ramen Kuroda serves authentic and affordable tonkotsu ramen using home-made noodles and quality ingredients. Ramen comes in 3 kinds: Shio (salt-based), Kuro (milky base with garlic oil), and Aka (spicy).
Must-try: Shiro Ramen and Kuro Ramen
Yabu – L2
Yabu is a homegrown Japanese concept that specializes in all things katsu. They’re known for serving sets that come with unlimited rice, cabbage, miso soup, and fruits.
Must-try: Kurobuta Pork Set, Mozzarella Katsu Sticks, Rosu and Oyster Set, and their U.S. Beef Belly Gyudon
Papa Diddi’s – L3
Serving up a wide variety of your not-so-usual flavors, Papa Didi’s is an artisanal ice cream shop you’ll come back to time and again when you’re looking for a sweet, simple, flavor adventure.
A dessert shop that began at the Shilin Market in Taipei – the biggest and most popular night market in Taiwan – Puffy’s Souffle is the go-to dessert place you should head on to if you’re craving for a variety of sweet souffle pancake desserts.
Must-try: Milk Tea Souffle Pancake, Creme Brulee Souffle, Milky Marble Drink
A Filipino restaurant operating since 1936, Aristocrat by Lola Asian’s has been a go-to family favorite for family-friendly dishes you can share with a big group.
Must-try: Whole Chicken Honey and Crispy Pata
Craving for seafood but you’re on a budget? Above Seal Level is perfect for you! Above Sea Level delights their customers with an array of fresh seafood at affordable prices without compromising its quality.
Must-try: Butterfly Squid, Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp, Krispy Sizzling Pusit
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